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catnipdreams wrote:I accidentally did something to "Begin turn" in one of my team games today when I only wanted to leave notes in team chat, and I strongly suspect I inadvertently accessed the clickable maps begin turn option in some way... I (and undoubtedly my poor teammates!) would really appreciate some kind of (optional) double check option for starting a game... Like a pop up box that says "do you really want to begin turn?" I'm sure this would not be something that everyone would want, but it would be great for fumble fingered folks like me who play team games...
paulk wrote:In my mind the best solution would simply be to copy the way the greasemonkey script works as much as possible. If it's not broken, why fix it? Why implement a new "language" where the first one obviously works?
iamkoolerthanu wrote:I use greasmonkey CM and my brother uses the sites built in CM.. both are different but both work fine. It just depends on what you like more.. he never used clickies except for the sites clickies, and he hasn't ever had a problem with it. Maybe you guys are all just so used to the greasemonkey CM.. and if that is the case, use it! I haven't used the sites clickies ever, except for one game. CM still works from greasemonkey, yet everyone only complains..
Thanks for the update lack
Gogatron wrote:I think the clear solution is just to make an option in game settings that is initially set to off..
one click and you don't ever have the check the box again if you want it on...
no clicks and it's worked same as ever.
EDIT - Can we get some mod feedback on if this can happen since it's clearly ticking people off...
Maert wrote:I just screwed up a clan war game because of thesr fucking shortkeys (was typing in the chat to my team and it caused me to end the turn prematurely).
So once again: make this rubbish OPTIONAL. Great ideas for improvement, but dont force them upon (paying) members. They are doing more harm than good!
FIX THIS ASAP PLEASE!
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