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6-27-2009 @ 10:04PM
That is probably the funniest thing I have read in a long time. At no point does dual-boxing.com make money on software, and you know why? Because they do not make software! Like I stated there are many kinds of software packages prominent on the site and all are welcome with one condition...they do not break the Blizzard TOS/Eula. And I am sorry but where did I slander anyone? I only stated known facts, I am in no position and have no desire to participate in flame wars. It does nothing for the community. And for full disclosure, Keyclone is the most visible on the site because he also contributes financial backing for the monthly expenses. No different than any other company paying for advertising on a site. He also participates positively to the community on multi-boxing support, as due ISBoxer and HKN authors. Please understand that the community needs the efforts of everyone to make it a positive and worthwhile endeavor. We are here to play a game and have fun doing it. If someone wants to make a buck while doing it, fine all for it. As long as it is done within the TOS/Eula of Blizzard and within practical limits of the community. That is all that really matters. And when that doesn't happen that will impact the whole community. I for one do not want to see the same person posting as 3 different user accounts advertising the same thing. Lastly I am not recommending any method for multi-boxing and have no opinion on Tim's latest software. The facts are facts, he broke the TOS/Eula previously and I would be cautious because of that fact.
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