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2-09-2010 @ 8:06PM
I don't see myself having the time to chat while playing a Starcraft 2 online match. Single player, maybe. But it might just become annoying to have popups in the middle of a crazy cutscene or fight sequence.We'll see.
2-09-2010 @ 8:39PM
"Will you use the Real ID system?"Yes.However, like Doc Tea Bag, there will of course be caveats to its use that concern me.If I'm in a 25-man raid, or on a Mt. Dew-induced monster SC2fest I am really not going to want to be interrupted.So long as there is an invisible, or DND feature of some sort, then I'll enjoy it very much.((Back in DAoC, wouldn't it work in a fashion that if you went /dnd, then if people /who'd you you wouldn't show up? Also, if you logged in after logging out as /dnd, then it wouldn't alert your friends that you had logged on. THAT's the kind of privacy I would like to see.))
2-09-2010 @ 8:41PM
EDIT:Oof, it was /anon in DAoC.For those of you that have played DAoC and are familiar with what I'm talking about, can you back me up?
2-10-2010 @ 9:08AM
Yeah, I wouldn't like being interrupted by friends who want something from me when I'm trying to have a little play time for myself. Sadly, I have some nice friends, but at the same time they can go overboard with the annoying, bugging me factor.But I hope if they do include a DND feature which actually works and make it so that I don't see the pages coming in from other players. Because as it is right now you still see the actual pages from another player so you're still being disturbed.
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