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10-30-2009 @ 3:19PM
I've always wished that Blizzard would implement some kind of form to fill out in order to post in trade chat. It would have options like "buying or selling", "item", "count", "amount".Taking away people's ability to type free form in trade chat would solve a lot of issues.Then they could just create a new channel called "ChuckNorris" that all of the nuts could use to flame each other.
10-30-2009 @ 4:03PM
Sorry but if you are truly, in your heart, bothered by people goofing off in trade chat... then I think whatever Blizzard does or doesn't implement are the least of your worries.
10-30-2009 @ 4:16PM
my only wish is that people would use general instead of trade or LFG. That way if i want to see all the dumb stuff i would turn on general, and you know use trade and lfg to trade or lfg.
10-30-2009 @ 4:18PM
My point is that Trade chat is meant for trading, not chatting. It's frustrating to post something to trade, just to have it scroll off the screen in 2 seconds because 10 people are discussing what they did last night to each others mom's.I'm just saying it would be nice for the majority of messages in the trade channel to actually be trades.As for my heart, it's doing just fine. But thanks for caring. :)
10-30-2009 @ 5:49PM
The problem with General is that it's only City-wide, and people are looking for something as close to Global as they can get. I suspect (OK, at least I hope...) that if General were made cross-city, people might actually start using the intended channel for joking and fighting instead of misusing Trade.
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