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  • Option to turn off global chat

    Been playing the game for just three days and I'm already sick of the spamming that goes on by alliances!

    Surely it's not to hard to have the option of switching the chat box off? Or atheist minimising it - maybe add a recruiting chat

  • #2
    Originally posted by Fluffychainsaw View Post
    Been playing the game for just three days and I'm already sick of the spamming that goes on by alliances!

    Surely it's not to hard to have the option of switching the chat box off? Or atheist minimising it - maybe add a recruiting chat
    I simply declare war on everyone who spams in global. Seems to help quieten things down a bit Seriously though it would be great to turn off global. It is full of abuse, racism, sexism and other various sickening behavior.

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    • #3
      Agree. Withouth GM, global chat is just a waste of time and a mess.
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      • #4
        They need an additional ignore function.

        Right now all you can do is ignore the abusive player. They need another step in the process such as MUTE.

        MUTE will not allow that person to see you talking in chat either. Basically once enough people ignore and mute that players they will see nothing in global chat except their 'friends'. And they will go away. If they dont then they will only be talking to themselves.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Farmer Bob View Post
          They need an additional ignore function.

          Right now all you can do is ignore the abusive player. They need another step in the process such as MUTE.

          MUTE will not allow that person to see you talking in chat either. Basically once enough people ignore and mute that players they will see nothing in global chat except their 'friends'. And they will go away. If they dont then they will only be talking to themselves.
          That is a great idea. Ignore could be expanded so it just works both ways and achieve the same result. So when one person ignores another then neither can see each other any more. Both would have to remove ignore in order to see each other chat again. Dont care how it is implemented as long as it is

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Farmer Bob View Post
            They need an additional ignore function.

            Right now all you can do is ignore the abusive player. They need another step in the process such as MUTE.

            MUTE will not allow that person to see you talking in chat either. Basically once enough people ignore and mute that players they will see nothing in global chat except their 'friends'. And they will go away. If they dont then they will only be talking to themselves.
            I personally don"t think additional ignore functionality or the ignore button that exists now does anything to help the situation. I have a 10 year old nephew who plays this game, and I'd rather see all the garbage that comes in through global so I can report these people...if not in game, then through the forums (I've made 1 complaint of racist remarks from other players in this section before). the ignore function just makes you not see the problem anymore, but it still exists for others...like my nephew. For instance, I read and complained about one player using the word n****r in Global (worked around the curse word monitor by purposefully misspelling the word, like n*****h). Riccardo responded to my post but said that because of "privacy" concerns, Kabam wasn't allowed to disclose the result of their investigation. In any event, players who use this kind of language should be banned outright. there's no reason why a word like n***** should ever be used in game. If I said something like that at work, I'd be fired without any hesitation.

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