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11-22-2010 @ 11:33PM
Is this blizzard's hint at something happening in the last hour pre-maitenance, or just them saying "YOU DIDN'T SAVE YOUR CITIES ENOUGH!" also, how do i make it so i can just type a password in to this and it will put the comment up straight away?
11-22-2010 @ 11:36PM
Honestly, I don't think so. We haven't heard *anything*, and normally we hear at least something before a major thing happens. I gather it's possible that Blizzard has something up their sleeves for the next few hours, but I highly doubt it.
11-22-2010 @ 11:42PM
I'm pretty sure they're only hinting at the fact that the Shattering is tomorrow. I don't know why they would ever want to have an event at 2am Pacific Time, and I'm sure as heck not staying up until 4am local time just to find out.
11-23-2010 @ 12:40AM
Use your browser's password remembrance feature. Firefox and Chrome both ask automatically.
11-23-2010 @ 3:04AM
"how do i make it so i can just type a password in to this and it will put the comment up straight away?"You mean instead of needing to go to your email and validate every comment? You need to register for an account and your password needs to be correct. You can change your password at joystiq.com if you don't remember the original one that was just random numbers and letters.
11-23-2010 @ 6:36AM
alternatively, they're just sick of trying to fix bugging citizens not being able to be saved, resulting in a vast amount of complaints and QQs.Just wish I had anything left from the bosses to get.
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