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[Not A Bug] Deletion Is Not Collection

Discussion in 'Addressed' started by lemur, Aug 7, 2017.

  1. lemur

    lemur Well-Known Member

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    When a an uncollected production building is selected for possible deletion, the program collects from it. That should not happen. Deletion and collection are entirely different actions. A player should be able to investigate possible deletion without being forced to collect.


    EDIT:
    Why is this "not a bug"? Dismissing this issue without any explanation is disrespectful on the part of InnoGames. Is there a place where InnoGames has defined what it considers a "bug" to be?
     
    Last edited: Aug 9, 2017
  2. Stephen Longshanks

    Stephen Longshanks Forum Moderator

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    Surely you're not serious. What bizarre set of circumstances would make this an issue? Never mind, I don't want to know.
     
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  3. lemur

    lemur Well-Known Member

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    I am sure of at least two things:
    1. I am serious, and
    2. You felt free to clutter the board with a clueless reply.
     
  4. ardak kumerin

    ardak kumerin Well-Known Member

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    Ever find your way out of the Middle Ages yet?
     
  5. Stephen Longshanks

    Stephen Longshanks Forum Moderator

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    Makes us even. You felt free to clutter the Forum with a completely pointless thread. "Forced to collect"? Get real.
     
  6. Manda the first

    Manda the first Well-Known Member

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    How is this a bug? I do it all the time when I'm replacing houses. I was waiting for the collection to pop before I replaced them and the game required one less click from me to do it. Isn't less clicking what we all want?
     
  7. Konrad the mediocre

    Konrad the mediocre Well-Known Member

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    Can you collect if you disconnect it?
     
  8. lemur

    lemur Well-Known Member

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    Certain expressions are hallmarks of the left side of the bell curve.

    Have you ever heard of fulfilling repeatable quests? Timing collections? From your remarks, it would seem that such concepts are "bizarre" to your simplistic perspective on playing the game, which is unfortunate.
     
  9. lemur

    lemur Well-Known Member

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    Not when it disrupts the timing of repeatable quests.
     
  10. Stephen Longshanks

    Stephen Longshanks Forum Moderator

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    They're called recurring quests, not repeatable. And if you're so wise in the game, why would you need to click on a production building to "investigate possible deletion"? (Which, by the way, is actually selling, not deleting.) Either sell it or don't, what's to investigate?
     

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