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4-01-2012 @ 12:10PM
I really wish all those people using the Beta forums for feedback and bug reports would learn to use the simple and smart SEARCH function at the top to put reports together in fewer threads--instead of making a new one whenever they don't see their particular issue on the fast-moving front page. Every issue I've wanted to report, I've found multiple related threads and chosen what seems the best (most replies, a green poster, intelligent typing up of the issue, etc) to post my own experiences to as well.
4-01-2012 @ 1:57PM
that video was AWFUL, and it is NOT the Lovefool video that I grew up with!This is the one I remember: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9zpnLBtwwg
4-01-2012 @ 4:24PM
Your relevance to the person you were replying to was AWFUL, and is NOT the way you should comment on posts.
4-01-2012 @ 4:35PM
I remember the beta forums for Cata. There was a span on a few days that it wouldn't allow you to post on there. (Right around the time I had issues with character transfers.) But at any rate, when the forums were working, they never bothered to search for topics then and there was A LOT less people in the Cata beta. Who says 100k+ people would be any better?In the same topic, they really should limit what people can post on the forums. Instead they should bring back the feedback system. Someone, hopefully a team is monitoring what feedback is given. It would be a great tool to weed out the people that's just there to play the game before anyone else. If Blizzard notices you don't provide feedback, they revoke the beta key and let the rest of the million people in. Their way, we'll get to see when the beta servers break. And I'll find it hilarious when people log into the beta server and they have to sit through a queue. Someone on the server is disconnected because of an actual bug, they try to log in again to recreate it and then they have to sit through a queue. The plan is genius!
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