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5-02-2011 @ 2:30PM
My biggest complaint about the system is really more of a technical one. You still cannot invite people unless they are actually online at that moment. My guild currently has several requests I'd love to approve of, however cannot actually send an invite since the user is not online. Such a shame, but with the system like this I'm forced to simply hope they are online at the same time as me so that they can actually join the guild, as opposed to accepting them and letting them join whenever they are next online.
5-02-2011 @ 4:15PM
I'm experiencing the same problem. Some seem to be low-level toons who "applied' without actually saying anything but there are quite a few I'd like to invite - but can't. I can't even leave them a message. I'm going to have to send in-game mails to people before they think they're being ignored and that annoys me. I shouldn't have to go through that just to respond to someone who isn't on when I'm on - and asking my officers to spend a bunch of their in-game time looking for people doesn't sound fair.
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