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10-09-2010 @ 3:48AM
The whole thing about "these addons are not against the rules" thing is bunk, the addons themselves might be fine, but if you're using them to dynamically post auctions while not at your computer and a GM comes looking, you'll get banned. I don't think QA3 is a huge issue by itself, but the plugin for it that was advertised on this site a few weeks ago clearly crossed the line, and I would say that's what forced Blizzard's hand.
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