greenoaks wrote:i don't think the site should be coding features to protect players from their foolishness or clumsiness.
JudahsLion wrote:You would simply disable the 'undo' feature for Freestyle games. I dont think that the existence of freestyle games should convince anyone that this 'undo' feature isnt desperately needed, cuz it is.
JudahsLion wrote:Metsfan, I rarely make the mistake, but when I do it is incredibly frustrating (as it is for anyone). So theres no need for your snarky-ass "re-evaluate my turns" comment.
As for the programming, if you really expect people to pay money for this site, then you should try to make it as good as you can.
tarcellius wrote:I think this feature would be cool, too. But I'm not really posting about that. I have observed that in this suggestions forum it is all too common for the people who seem to be speaking for CC to belittle the suggestion. I recognize that these people are probably volunteers (at least that's my assumption), but come on, you're in Consumer Relations!
"You don't need an undo feature, just don't make mistakes". Or whatever the quote was. That's just inappropriate.
The refrain about prioritizing feature requests is fine, and should have been used first instead. However, it can be used *without* saying how this request is so obviously a low priority. That prioritization should, at least partly, be in the hands of the consumers (there was a thread about that earlier).
The opinion of one consumer relations person should matter very little (or as just one vote).
Lastly, implementing undo may indeed be tricky, depending on the current architecture. But conditionally turning off the undo feature for freestyle games would be trivial. I'm pretty sure your technical people would agree.
Metsfanmax wrote:tarcellius wrote:I think this feature would be cool, too. But I'm not really posting about that. I have observed that in this suggestions forum it is all too common for the people who seem to be speaking for CC to belittle the suggestion. I recognize that these people are probably volunteers (at least that's my assumption), but come on, you're in Consumer Relations!
JudahsLion wrote:Qoh, why would I pay for it when I can do it for free? My point was that they WANT people to buy the subscription, yet they dont make the simple changes like the one I suggested. Its not worth the money.
I dont understand why you pricks come on here and make this pissy little comments like a bunch of school-girl bitches. I was just making a suggestion. Go to hell, QoH.
Metsfan, I certainly hope you consider these remarks from Tarcellius because whether or not my suggestion was good or bad, or whether or not I made my suggestion in exactly the correct forum, youre still representing CC to potential customers.
If responding to these kinds of threads is bothersome to you, then why would you volunteer to do it?
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