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10-09-2010 @ 12:34AM
The 'professionals' can already use hacks and probably already are using hacks, so this change really won't affect them or necessarily increase their numbers. What I think the change is designed to do is stop the activity where one person dominates a market just because he has enough stuff to post thousands and thousands of glyphs, automatically cancel them if they are undercut, and then post thousands and thousands of glyphs again to keep anyone else who doesn't have as much product as he does out of the market. Unless he puts his account at risk by using bots (and if he posts thousands of glyphs in 10 minutes it will be obvious) then he'll just have to post the most profitable ones. Then the more casual player can still make a few gold from what's left. I play the AH casually but don't use automating so I certainly don't have a problem with it, in fact I'm looking forward to the change.
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