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  • Linken.6345Linken.6345 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited August 28, 2018

    @derd.6413 said:

    @Just a flesh wound.3589 said:

    @derd.6413 said:

    @Just a flesh wound.3589 said:

    @derd.6413 said:

    @Just a flesh wound.3589 said:

    @derd.6413 said:

    @Just a flesh wound.3589 said:
    I can see the first and third but why ask to disable smilies? It’s not like they make you use them and if you’re asking to disable for others, that’s not your decision to make.

    🤓

    Some ppl prefere emoticons over emojis, some hate looking at smilies because they are annoying

    /shrug
    It’s still not their decision to make to decide whether or not a forum feature is useable by others.

    What are you on about? He wants ppl to be able to block smileys, not remove them. blocking them would mean the person that blocks them can't see them, ppl can still use/see them if they choose not to block them

    Actually he didn’t say block he said disable and he didn’t specify whether it was disable his ability to see or if it was disable the ability of the other posters to use.

    2 - please let us disable smilies.

    I hope you're not a native english speaker if his wording confused you on his meaning

    Block and disable are not the same words. Block on the forum means to make a person unable to see something. However disable, which I've never seen anyone ask for before doesn’t have a usual forum definition. A formal definition is “Disable : to make ineffective or inoperative.” If he meant block he would have been best served to use the word block. Not a word that means “make ineffective or inoperative”.

    Now if he meant block on his side then that’s fine. However I did ask in the original quote whether he meant block or if he meant disable, since as I’ve noted, he didn’t say and neither of us actually know.

    If he simply said "disable smileys" you might have had a point but the context of the word makes the diffrence

    "Let us disable" means that the community as individuals should be able to disable it and no person on earth is stupid enough to give an unorganized group of individuals the ability to disable something for everybody undemocraticly when it's entirely possible to disable said thing for each individual on their request.

    No he could disable it in threads he crate making it unusable for everyone in that thread so your context here dont help at all.
    Edit
    Reread and I understand you as a person think its unreasonable to ask for all smileys to be disabled but you cant say that this is not what the OP is asking for unless they state it themselfs.

  • @derd.6413 said:

    @Just a flesh wound.3589 said:

    @derd.6413 said:

    @Just a flesh wound.3589 said:

    @derd.6413 said:

    @Just a flesh wound.3589 said:

    @derd.6413 said:

    @Just a flesh wound.3589 said:
    I can see the first and third but why ask to disable smilies? It’s not like they make you use them and if you’re asking to disable for others, that’s not your decision to make.

    🤓

    Some ppl prefere emoticons over emojis, some hate looking at smilies because they are annoying

    /shrug
    It’s still not their decision to make to decide whether or not a forum feature is useable by others.

    What are you on about? He wants ppl to be able to block smileys, not remove them. blocking them would mean the person that blocks them can't see them, ppl can still use/see them if they choose not to block them

    Actually he didn’t say block he said disable and he didn’t specify whether it was disable his ability to see or if it was disable the ability of the other posters to use.

    2 - please let us disable smilies.

    I hope you're not a native english speaker if his wording confused you on his meaning

    Block and disable are not the same words. Block on the forum means to make a person unable to see something. However disable, which I've never seen anyone ask for before doesn’t have a usual forum definition. A formal definition is “Disable : to make ineffective or inoperative.” If he meant block he would have been best served to use the word block. Not a word that means “make ineffective or inoperative”.

    Now if he meant block on his side then that’s fine. However I did ask in the original quote whether he meant block or if he meant disable, since as I’ve noted, he didn’t say and neither of us actually know.

    If he simply said "disable smileys" you might have had a point but the context of the word makes the diffrence

    "Let us disable" means that the community as individuals should be able to disable it and no person on earth is stupid enough to give an unorganized group of individuals the ability to disable something for everybody undemocraticly when it's entirely possible to disable said thing for each individual on their request.

    After what I’ve read on the forum I’m not about to dogmatically say that someone means something when they haven’t said so themselves. If you feel confident in your ability to know exactly what other people meant when they didn’t specify then have a round of applause.

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  • Alga.6498Alga.6498 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @Illconceived Was Na.9781 said:

    @Alga.6498 said:
    Make a block system.

    They won't. Gaile's already written about this and it's not something they will consider.

    Pity.

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  • Stand The Wall.6987Stand The Wall.6987 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited August 28, 2018

    @Just a flesh wound.3589 said:
    I can see the first and third but why ask to disable smilies? It’s not like they make you use them and if you’re asking to disable for others, that’s not your decision to make.

    🤓

    no, im asking for the option to disable smilies in our post. like we had in the past.

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  • Danikat.8537Danikat.8537 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @Stand The Wall.6987 said:

    @Just a flesh wound.3589 said:
    I can see the first and third but why ask to disable smilies? It’s not like they make you use them and if you’re asking to disable for others, that’s not your decision to make.

    🤓

    no, im asking for the option to disable smilies.

    But are you asking for them to be hidden on your end, so if someone else uses a smiley you don't see it, or only see what they actually typed? So :) becomes : )

    Or do you want to stop everyone using them in your topics? Or on the whole forum?

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  • Stand The Wall.6987Stand The Wall.6987 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited August 28, 2018

    @Mourningcry.9428 said:

    @Stand The Wall.6987 said:
    1 - please let us add more poll questions after we've published the poll.

    Skews the results.

    Better to learn to take the time to structure the poll before posting.

    Granted, given the kitten-tastic quality of the past polls, that'd be asking too much.

    so if someone makes a mistake, god forbid, they have to make an entirely new poll or live with an incomplete one? wouldn't you say living with an incomplete poll is a lot more skewing then adding a question half way through? whats the big deal. its not like people cant go back and vote for what they want if they didn't vote already.

    @Mourningcry.9428 said:

    @Stand The Wall.6987 said:
    3 - please let us delete our own posts.

    Same as above.

    Take the time to structure a post before posting. And accept the consequences of whatever you do post.

    so what ive been doing is this since I cant delete my post:
    sdgdfhdfjdfhdjsfd
    is this necessary?

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  • Stand The Wall.6987Stand The Wall.6987 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @Danikat.8537 said:

    @Stand The Wall.6987 said:

    @Just a flesh wound.3589 said:
    I can see the first and third but why ask to disable smilies? It’s not like they make you use them and if you’re asking to disable for others, that’s not your decision to make.

    🤓

    no, im asking for the option to disable smilies.

    But are you asking for them to be hidden on your end, so if someone else uses a smiley you don't see it, or only see what they actually typed? So :) becomes : )

    Or do you want to stop everyone using them in your topics? Or on the whole forum?

    I rephrased the OP. didn't think it was that confusing but hey that's me from time to time.

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  • Mourningcry.9428Mourningcry.9428 Member ✭✭✭
    edited August 28, 2018

    @Stand The Wall.6987 said:

    @Mourningcry.9428 said:

    @Stand The Wall.6987 said:
    1 - please let us add more poll questions after we've published the poll.

    Skews the results.

    Better to learn to take the time to structure the poll before posting.

    Granted, given the kitten-tastic quality of the past polls, that'd be asking too much.

    so if someone makes a mistake, god forbid, they have to make an entirely new poll or live with an incomplete one? wouldn't you say living with an incomplete poll is a lot more skewing then adding a question half way through? whats the big deal. its not like people cant go back and vote for what they want if they didn't vote already.

    No I wouldn't say that.

    At the very most basic level, poll results are a reflection of the questions posed, the answers offered, the population queried and the time conducted. It should be pretty clear how altering any of those basic attributes whilst the poll is being conducted can skew the results significantly.

    As far as going back and changing a vote, I don't know what functionality these forums offer, but usually it's a one and done vote. No take backs. It would also assume that if a person didn't vote they would be inclined to revisit the poll, or somehow could be made aware that options had changed.

    Simple example:
    Q: Which ice cream do you prefer?
    A - Chocolate
    B - Vanilla

    Joe actually likes Cherry Garcia... but since the questions asked which of the two he prefers, he answers Chocolate, since he does truly prefer chocolate over vanilla.

    Now you add Option "C - Other (please specify)". Now, it's no longer the same poll, and no longer reflects the true opinion of it's population as Joe would not have ansered the way he did.

    Or how about if you added "D - None of the above"... How would Joe have answered now?

    Simply put, put the time upfront to understanding what you're asking, and then take the time to understand the results of the question asked.

    @Mourningcry.9428 said:

    @Stand The Wall.6987 said:
    3 - please let us delete our own posts.

    Same as above.

    Take the time to structure a post before posting. And accept the consequences of whatever you do post.

    so what ive been doing is this since I cant delete my post:
    sdgdfhdfjdfhdjsfd
    is this necessary?

    The better questions is was the original post necessary? Obviously if it needs to be deleted it wasn't.

    If you're finding yourself constantly needing to delete posts, perhaps it might be worth considering why and what's causing that, rather than having to "sdgdfhdfjdfhdjsfd" all the time. No?

    Edit - Grammar

  • Mourningcry.9428Mourningcry.9428 Member ✭✭✭
    edited August 28, 2018

    Double post.

    Funny eh? Guess there is some justice in the universe.

  • Stand The Wall.6987Stand The Wall.6987 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @Mourningcry.9428 said:

    @Stand The Wall.6987 said:

    @Mourningcry.9428 said:

    @Stand The Wall.6987 said:
    1 - please let us add more poll questions after we've published the poll.

    Skews the results.

    Better to learn to take the time to structure the poll before posting.

    Granted, given the kitten-tastic quality of the past polls, that'd be asking too much.

    so if someone makes a mistake, god forbid, they have to make an entirely new poll or live with an incomplete one? wouldn't you say living with an incomplete poll is a lot more skewing then adding a question half way through? whats the big deal. its not like people cant go back and vote for what they want if they didn't vote already.

    No I wouldn't say that.

    At the very most basic level, poll results are a reflection of the questions posed, the answers offered, the population queried and the time conducted. It should be pretty clear how altering any of those basic attributes whilst the poll is being conducted can skew the results significantly.

    As far as going back and changing a vote, I don't know what functionality these forums offer, but usually it's a one and done vote. No take backs. It would also assume that if a person didn't vote they would be inclined to revisit the poll, or somehow could be made aware that options had changed.

    Simple example:
    Q: Which ice cream do you prefer?
    A - Chocolate
    B - Vanilla

    Joe actually likes Cherry Garcia... but since the questions asked which of the two he prefers, he answers Chocolate, since he does truly prefer chocolate over vanilla.

    Now you add Option "C - Other (please specify)". Now, it's no longer the same poll, and no longer reflects the true opinion of it's population as Joe would not have ansered the way he did.

    Or how about if you added "D - None of the above"... How would Joe have answered now?

    Simply put, put the time upfront to understanding what you're asking, and then take the time to understand the results of the question asked.

    @Mourningcry.9428 said:

    @Stand The Wall.6987 said:
    3 - please let us delete our own posts.

    Same as above.

    Take the time to structure a post before posting. And accept the consequences of whatever you do post.

    so what ive been doing is this since I cant delete my post:
    sdgdfhdfjdfhdjsfd
    is this necessary?

    The better questions is was the original post necessary? Obviously if it needs to be deleted it wasn't.

    If you're finding yourself constantly needing to delete posts, perhaps it might be worth considering why and what's causing that, rather than having to "sdgdfhdfjdfhdjsfd" all the time. No?

    Edit - Grammar

    I suppose the only way to have the ability to add another poll option would be to add the ability to revote, which would be cool I guess. would that skew the results? I dunno. its nice to be able to correct a mistake.
    about being able to delete a post. "The better questions is was the original post necessary?" no that's the whole point. im not finding myself constantly needing to delete posts. it happens every once and a while and it would be nice to remove it entirely so people don't have to deal with the clutter.

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  • You can find Gaile's (Dev) responses (and reasons/explanations) on both topics (editing polls, and deleting posts) in previous threads, if not this very one.
    To summarize, the answer is "no" to both, and no plans to change it in the near future.

  • I find myself squinting a lot of the time. Heck, even the whole forum is made of bright white. Perhaps the ring is corrupting me, and my soon my light sensitivity will force me into the roots of the world where I hunt Gobbo children, and they don't taste too nice. smack No, they do not.

    But Vistas ending with a flash of white light as if I just died, drifted off to heaven, and immediately got there with 1st degree burns on my retinas? No me gusta. Is this a thing for others?

  • @The Night Fox.6018 said:
    I find myself squinting a lot of the time. Heck, even the whole forum is made of bright white. Perhaps the ring is corrupting me, and my soon my light sensitivity will force me into the roots of the world where I hunt Gobbo children, and they don't taste too nice. smack No, they do not.

    But Vistas ending with a flash of white light as if I just died, drifted off to heaven, and immediately got there with 1st degree burns on my retinas? No me gusta. Is this a thing for others?

    As we have a lot of forum members, you can imagine that opinions vary wildly about the whole forum presentation. Some say "too bright" and some say "not bright enough" and some say "just right." Ok, all Goldilocks and the Three Bears references aside... ;) You are definitely not the first person who's shared such thoughts, although few do it with such clever cultural references. ;)

    At the present time, we're not able to offer alternative options for viewing, but if I recall correctly, one of our forum members posted about a way to switch colors to a dark background. I believe you'll find their posts in this thread.

    Gaile Gray
    Communications Manager: ArenaNet
    Fansite & Guild Relations; In-Game Events; Community Showcase Live

  • @Gaile Gray.6029 said:

    @The Night Fox.6018 said:
    I find myself squinting a lot of the time. Heck, even the whole forum is made of bright white. Perhaps the ring is corrupting me, and my soon my light sensitivity will force me into the roots of the world where I hunt Gobbo children, and they don't taste too nice. smack No, they do not.

    But Vistas ending with a flash of white light as if I just died, drifted off to heaven, and immediately got there with 1st degree burns on my retinas? No me gusta. Is this a thing for others?

    As we have a lot of forum members, you can imagine that opinions vary wildly about the whole forum presentation. Some say "too bright" and some say "not bright enough" and some say "just right." Ok, all Goldilocks and the Three Bears references aside... ;) You are definitely not the first person who's shared such thoughts, although few do it with such clever cultural references. ;)

    At the present time, we're not able to offer alternative options for viewing, but if I recall correctly, one of our forum members posted about a way to switch colors to a dark background. I believe you'll find their posts in this thread.

    Thanks, Ms. Gray.

    I currently use a chrome extension app called "dark mode". No problem with visibility, but some sites' aesthetic freaks out. Not trying to hash on the devs or forum, just expression.

  • hugo.4705hugo.4705 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited August 31, 2018

    Would be nice to see warns deleted in profile -> moderation after a certain time. Also would request sometimes, where it's clearly not an infraction, to have our comment removed without warn. Got mine removed recently and warned whereas was perfectly in the subject and helping another player, moderation is awful. Please, check the comments before removing them and adapt the response. Really discourage me from helping people, everytime I tried, got a warn.

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  • StinVec.3621StinVec.3621 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited August 31, 2018

    @The Night Fox.6018 said:
    I find myself squinting a lot of the time. Heck, even the whole forum is made of bright white. Perhaps the ring is corrupting me, and my soon my light sensitivity will force me into the roots of the world where I hunt Gobbo children, and they don't taste too nice. smack No, they do not.

    But Vistas ending with a flash of white light as if I just died, drifted off to heaven, and immediately got there with 1st degree burns on my retinas? No me gusta. Is this a thing for others?

    If you are interested, I have a dark theme for the forums that is available in multiple colors that does more than just change the colors of the forums - it also re-organizes/re-designs/re-structures nearly all of the forum pages.

    I noted my theme over in the Players Helping Players sub-forum with some images and links to the full Imgur galleries (also available via my signature). The theme is completely done using CSS to change how the forum pages look, so you can use the Stylus add-on for Chrome and just create a theme in it for the forums using the theme's CSS code.

    WOW - Done with forums for good now! - Someone creates a thread about Pharus's light on crit effect asking if it is a bug - I get warned for being "off topic" for commenting how to use the search and pointing out threads discussing Pharus and it being an intended effect... Goodbye all. Happy gaming.

  • Vavume.8065Vavume.8065 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited September 1, 2018

    @Justine.6351 said:

    @Vavume.8065 said:

    @Gaile Gray.6029 said:
    some say "not bright enough"

    I've never seen anyone say that.

    I had a vampire break into my apartment last night. Thankfully I was on the gw2 forums at the time and so I just turned my tablet at them.

    I see what you did there, the forums are as bright as the sun, I actually have a sun tan yet I never go outside.

  • So...the first anniversary for the forums, and those who joined 'at launch' has come and gone. What other requirements are necessary for the 1-year Badge?
    @Gaile Gray.6029

  • The Dev post Carousel is broken, yet again. It's eaten most of the posts, and just left a few random ones.
    Sigh.

  • Another seeming bug: The 'Views' count on the KFT thread suddenly dropped from around 60K to 3.7K.
    What gives?

  • Any way to get rid of the 'Announcement Banner'? There used to be an 'x' to dismiss it, except on the redirect page, but it seems to be missing now.

  • Thanks for the fix. Much appreciated. (Or thanks to my browser, or the forum Djinn...)

  • If the Moderators are going to give warnings, and remove comments, at least indicate which comments have been removed.
    One can hardly learn from one's mistakes if there is nothing to contemplate. Thank you.

  • hugo.4705hugo.4705 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @Inculpatus cedo.9234 said:
    If the Moderators are going to give warnings, and remove comments, at least indicate which comments have been removed.
    One can hardly learn from one's mistakes if there is nothing to contemplate. Thank you.

    Yeah but also allow the poster to revendicate the warn and speak with the "moderator" I feel like they are bots and not human at all. Got several removal due to only 1 person that felt offended/ simply giving opinions.

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  • When this new forum first came out, responses seemed more “polite”. Now it has turned into the “old” forums. People right away being disrespectful of the ops opinion “ another post of l can’t handle this part of the game so make it easier”. This arguing back and forth, I find really disappointing and not helpful. Good luck to everyone in the game, I won’t be posting nor reading any longer.

  • Please consider adding forum aliases to go with our avator like every other site allows. Having my account information visible makes me worry about abuse.

    Consider this in light of the recent Reddit bonfire about golden mail. (Even if you only leave off the numbers to start the process)

  • Still getting messages/moderation from Moderators with no accompanying copy of the offending post, notice of which thread, or notice of infraction points (if any).

  • Inculpatus cedo.9234Inculpatus cedo.9234 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited November 6, 2018

    I'm wondering why I get this notice on my Profile page each time I've created a thread:
    You do not have access to any discussions on this page.

    Yet, there is this:
    https://en-forum.guildwars2.com/discussion/58799/path-of-fire-and-guild-wars-2-collection-now-50-off#latest

    Is it some kind of punishment we aren't aware of? Same question with no Moderator messages when infracted.

    Edit: I found the Discussion mentioned above; I'm not sure why I had to go to a 'second' page to see it, as it's the only one listed now.
    Weird.

    @Gaile Gray.6029

  • geist.4126geist.4126 Member ✭✭✭

    Can we talk about the forum moderation in general?
    I got this in my inbox today from a forum moderator.

    Please refrain from creating off-topic posts or posts that derail the subject of a thread. We have removed your comments to ensure the thread can continue on its specific subject. If you wish to share your thoughts, you may join an existing thread on that subject or start a new thread on any constructive topic. Thanks for your understanding. Please do not respond to this message. You may direct an appeal concerning a forum suspension to [email protected] We do not accept appeals for minor infractions.

    First: Why doesn't it show me where this "post" of mine was created? It's completely useless to me, when I can't see where I have "derailed" a discussion or an "offtopic post"? How can I avoid it if it's unclear what I did wrong and where?
    Second: Don't you think your moderation is by far too strict for a gaming forum when you punish very minor things like that?
    Third: Is that forum moderation completely automated? I ask this because I just get an automated response and I'm not even allowed to "ask" what I did wrong.

    I don't see this as a good system. If you don't want discussions going on the forums, which by definition won't stick exactly to the topic, why have a forum then?

  • @geist.4126 said:
    Can we talk about the forum moderation in general?
    I got this in my inbox today from a forum moderator.

    > Please refrain from creating off-topic posts or posts that derail the subject of a thread. We have removed your comments to ensure the thread can continue on its specific subject. If you wish to share your thoughts, you may join an existing thread on that subject or start a new thread on any constructive topic. Thanks for your understanding. Please do not respond to this message. You may direct an appeal concerning a forum suspension to [email protected] We do not accept appeals for minor infractions.

    First: Why doesn't it show me where this "post" of mine was created? It's completely useless to me, when I can't see where I have "derailed" a discussion or an "offtopic post"? How can I avoid it if it's unclear what I did wrong and where?
    Second: Don't you think your moderation is by far too strict for a gaming forum when you punish very minor things like that?
    Third: Is that forum moderation completely automated? I ask this because I just get an automated response and I'm not even allowed to "ask" what I did wrong.

    I don't see this as a good system. If you don't want discussions going on the forums, which by definition won't stick exactly to the topic, why have a forum then?

    Well, you are allowed to ask about forum moderation by sending an email to the address provided.
    I often get no accompanying post/thread information, as well, but I've found that you may be able to ascertain which post was moderated by checking the 'Moderation' page accessed from the link at the bottom of the main Profile page, instead of just the in-forum Mail message.

    Good luck.

  • Tyger.1637Tyger.1637 Member ✭✭✭

    @hugo.4705 said:
    Would be nice to see warns deleted in profile -> moderation after a certain time. Also would request sometimes, where it's clearly not an infraction, to have our comment removed without warn. Got mine removed recently and warned whereas was perfectly in the subject and helping another player, moderation is awful. Please, check the comments before removing them and adapt the response. Really discourage me from helping people, everytime I tried, got a warn.

    Yep, forum moderation is woefully inconsistant. I've had enough of the official forums. I was once cited for saying 'pester' support.

    @Inculpatus cedo.9234 said:

    @geist.4126 said:
    Can we talk about the forum moderation in general?
    I got this in my inbox today from a forum moderator.

    > > Please refrain from creating off-topic posts or posts that derail the subject of a thread. We have removed your comments to ensure the thread can continue on its specific subject. If you wish to share your thoughts, you may join an existing thread on that subject or start a new thread on any constructive topic. Thanks for your understanding. Please do not respond to this message. You may direct an appeal concerning a forum suspension to [email protected] We do not accept appeals for minor infractions.

    First: Why doesn't it show me where this "post" of mine was created? It's completely useless to me, when I can't see where I have "derailed" a discussion or an "offtopic post"? How can I avoid it if it's unclear what I did wrong and where?
    Second: Don't you think your moderation is by far too strict for a gaming forum when you punish very minor things like that?
    Third: Is that forum moderation completely automated? I ask this because I just get an automated response and I'm not even allowed to "ask" what I did wrong.

    I don't see this as a good system. If you don't want discussions going on the forums, which by definition won't stick exactly to the topic, why have a forum then?

    Well, you are allowed to ask about forum moderation by sending an email to the address provided.
    I often get no accompanying post/thread information, as well, but I've found that you may be able to ascertain which post was moderated by checking the 'Moderation' page accessed from the link at the bottom of the main Profile page, instead of just the in-forum Mail message.

    Good luck.

    That email suggests it's for suspensions only not for intermediate issues (no appeals for minor infractions). But no matter; I'm done with trying to figure out what's behind the choices made.

  • It may be just me, but the forum pages no longer refresh upon use of the 'back' arrow. One must manually refresh each page to update the 'New' or 'X(number) New' indicators.

  • rabenpriester.7129rabenpriester.7129 Member ✭✭✭
    edited December 27, 2018

    linking to a deleted post is really not helping, guys. ;)

  • Inculpatus cedo.9234Inculpatus cedo.9234 Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited April 30, 2019

    Today, I've noticed that clicking the 'ArenaNet' tag on a thread on the front page of a sub-forum does not take you to the first (or any) ArenaNet post. In the instance I tried, it took me to the first post on the 3rd page, where the ArenaNet post was the first post on the first page.

    Just tried it again, on this thread. It took me to the first post on this page: page 24.

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