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6-19-2009 @ 11:43AM
It figures.You are assuming that the problem is Blink, and that Blizz programmers are idiots. What the dev team is saying makes sense. The problem is not Blink per se, but in the data it uses (i.e.: the terrain).OTOH, fixing terrain issues into spells is awkward, and dangerous because you aren't cleaning the data. Other spells, either now or in the future, might benefit from cleaner data. None would benefit from baking the solution into Blink.It's dangerous to put the solution into Blink because: 1) old data doesn't get cleaned, 2) it will introduce new bugs, 3) any similar spell will need the same treatment, increasing development, debugging and testing time.
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