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6-28-2009 @ 9:59AM
You fail to realize that DB will only endorse the software they are PAID to push, which is KEYCLONE and everything else is secondary. Yes they might appear to be 'protecting' the community but what they are really doing is thwarting any growing of it in favour of its own software and own marketing to wit, their website and forum thus banning any other solution seeing as a threat to this.I have picked apart the DB forums under a pseudo-name the past week, and I can find quite a few posts about how great KEYCLONE is and very little information about anything else.If you were truly at your word, I would find more information about ALL multiboxing software and not just what you are paid to sell; though you might be in the guise of suggesting other solutions there really aren't any.Until now.Thus, we have two products, both with their own closed marketing strategies and lots of misinformation on both sides it seems, though I think Tim is more transparent then anyone on DB or Keyclone since neither a top lvl programmer or user has made an online stream promoting the software nor asking questions about multiboxing in general as Tim has done.Once again, the fact you bring up that Tim's software COULD be in violation of Blizzard's UELA when clearly there is NO WAY this is true as he is using it, has used it in the past, and Blizzard is perfectly happy for him to do do (otherwise his accounts would be immediately banned - they are kinda on the ball in this regard!), shows you are just trying to stir things in your favor.It could be said the very same things about KEYCLONE, to wit, that it violates aspects of Blizzard's UELA on such things as multiboxing and it is up to the USER how such software is to be used in the game, no less than any other addon I point out.At NO point does Tim show that his software can be used in an illegal way, but you have already shown that KEYCLONE can in fact but configured to add functions that would detract from the multiboxing experience, indeed, that it can be used for botting purposes.Feel free to keep posting, I will add further retorts as they come in. BTW - I have tried KEYCLONE, it sucks and it was extremely annoying to configure. Watching Tim's easy UI, well within the bounds of Blizzard's rules with NO POSSIBLITY of being against any rules nor breaking any while allowing an easier gameplay while multiboxing for those that choose to - see the live stream even tonight at 9pm CST on justin.tv.com. :)Once again, I am not affiliated with justin.tv.com, DB, pwnboxer or Tim Sullivan in any way, I simply state some relevant observations that people should understand.Multiboxing is PEFERCTLY LEGAL by Blizzard's OWN RULES under the agreement you signed when you become a subscriber. What software you use to do it, is what is in question here.
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