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    not likeing

    don't like the option of yes / no every time you refine something... it can be repetitive.

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    Not to troll, but I enjoy the repetitiveness and the dialog every time you go to craft or scavenge. There's a reason this game isn't WoW, as if it were WoW, we'd likely be whining over PvP and PvE play.

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    Re:not likeing

    EmyLightsaber wrote:
    Not to troll, but I enjoy the repetitiveness and the dialog every time you go to craft or scavenge. There's a reason this game isn't WoW, as if it were WoW, we'd likely be whining over PvP and PvE play.
    So not having a yes or no option makes a game WoW? I suppose having quests makes the game WoW too? Probably shouldnt have leather boots either, or leather belts...hell there shouldn't even be leather as it too closely relates to leather in WoW.

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    Re:not likeing

    EmyLightsaber wrote:
    Not to troll, but I enjoy the repetitiveness and the dialog every time you go to craft or scavenge. There's a reason this game isn't WoW, as if it were WoW, we'd likely be whining over PvP and PvE play.
    This is a really poor excuse for a cumbersome UI. And completely irrelevant.

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    The flip side of this coin, people ask for confirmation, so they dont accidentally use something for a completely different purpose.
    There is the high level design of a gameplay mechanic. Then there is what everyone does in spite of it.

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    I'm not arguing against the confirmation. It just needs to be less of a chore to use. Either make it pop up right next to the mouse cursor or else have it respond to the keyboard (like "Y" or "N"),

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    I donít see anything wrong with automating the crafting UI as long as the time needed for the action is realistic. Just like the way we chop down trees, we donít need to keep clicking to perform a repetitive action. If I have the mats I should be able to choose say make 5 and then just wait.

  8. #8

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    That could promote mass production and afk macro crafting.
    There is the high level design of a gameplay mechanic. Then there is what everyone does in spite of it.

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    Diocletian wrote:
    That could promote mass production and afk macro crafting.

    So,

    The complexity of the crafting system should not come from a cumbersome UI. The complexity should come from controlling land for gathering and an economy. You canít mass produce without materials.

    Look at the way EVE does it.

    Edit:

    Oh and I could very easily write a macro to mass produce even with the system we have now so keeping it overly clicky only promotes macros

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    Re:not likeing

    Paradox wrote:
    Oh and I could very easily write a macro to mass produce even with the system we have now so keeping it overly clicky only promotes macros
    Agreed, all the current system does is make me want to write macros to save my wrist.

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