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    posted a message on The new wowace, fail..
    Well, first error:

    [PHP]
    #header {
    position:absolute;
    left:-92px;
    width:1196px;
    [/PHP]

    1196 pixel width is to big.

    And then we got the this:

    [PHP]
    #nav-endcap {
    position:relative;
    top:21px;
    right:-1078px;
    [/PHP]

    Change the right attribute to -1060 and then rearrange the location of the search box.

    Should pretty much do the trick.

    There's a general poor layout of the boxes the way the site is coded.
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    posted a message on The new wowace, fail..


    Should show the issue. (Simple block-element outside using Webdeveloper Toolbar in Firefox).
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    posted a message on The new wowace, fail..
    Fixing the horisontal-scrolling issue on 1024x768 would be nice.

    Having a scrollbar for blank blue space is annoying, and just says something about the person who designed the page.
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    posted a message on Curse Client auth servers down?
    Still down, and the Curse.com seems to suffer from extreme slow issues as well.

    I'm not impressed. How can Curse even have ANY form of downtime at the time they should KNOW the majority of WoW's playerbase will update their addons.

    If there's any time I would want to pay for a premium account, shit like this shouldn't happend.
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    posted a message on The New Curse Client
    Hey, as mentioned on IRC, there seems to be a problem with the version of addons one download from the CC.

    We figured it would be because of the addons could be marked Beta or Alpha, but getting versions like Atlas v1.10.0 from the CC, instead of the current v1.12.0 seems rather strange.

    Also is it a requirement to press Get List to get the latest addons ? In such case, you might wish to inform the users about that, lol.
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    posted a message on The New Curse Client
    My opinions:

    First of all, terrible installer. Why is a installer even needed for such a extreme simple application?

    Secondly, the interface is poorly made, hopefully not intended to be anywhere near finished (otherwise, get a designer and a interface specialist to look at it!).

    Not loading the addon list by default sucks. And when you load it, the available information is seriously lacking.

    I can't see when a addon have been updated last, a date would be nice so I don't install 4 year old addons (that Curse still have!) on my computer.

    Then I spot a "Category" column, but no option to select a category, what's the point in that? Who cares about the author's name, it's about addons!

    The description for the currently selected addon don't disappear when I change my search, so the addon I did select aren't in the list anymore.

    As said before, the use of Ctrl+Click to mark several addons is such a large failure, and a HUGE setback from the WAU client.
    Also this bugs if you change the search it keeps the SelectedIndex relative to what available addons is in the list, not in what you had listed in total.

    So basicly you cannot install say "AutoPoison" and "Titan Panel" at the same time, because the selected index is going to mess up when you use the search. Something that did NOT happend in the WAU.

    Searching more, I find options as "Auto-Install Premium Updates" and "Reinstall New Addons" , why in gods name are these enabled by default?!?

    It's surposed to be a addon client right? not mal/spyware that automatical can install things you actually don't want.

    Also, what's this "Screenshot" key for? screenshots and addons, WHAT?!?

    Sorry but Kolie, haven't you learned anything from the WAU ?
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    posted a message on German payment options (Was: Curse ownership discussion) (Was: The New Curse Client)
    Pretty much everyone besides some old people(my grandma got forced now aswell Sad ) and paranoid people get their money at the ATM with normally a Bank card combined with EC-Card.

    I've been writing debit card since the first post. You ARE aware that the EC-Card you describe IS a debit card, right?

    I got a "Dankort", a countrywide debit card, COMBINED with a Visa , so I can use it on the internet / foreign countries.
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    posted a message on German payment options (Was: Curse ownership discussion) (Was: The New Curse Client)
    I happend to be living in Denmark. And yes, not using debit-cards is in my opinion, just plain stupid.

    Debit cards you can block if you loose it, while you can't make the money in your wallet unuseable if you gets it stolen. I would waste several hours a week getting cash from a machine, rather than simply paying directly with the card at the store.

    I assume you use some form of card at the machine... if you go inside the bank, wait, and get it from a real life person, you're indeed wasteing your life.
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    posted a message on German payment options (Was: Curse ownership discussion) (Was: The New Curse Client)
    Just get a Debit/VISA then.

    And it's never risky, it's the most safe way you can pay, because you can just go talk to the bank and tell them to withdraw the payment, if you got scammed.

    That's the advantage of using Credit/Debit-cards, it's 100% safe.

    Also, not having a debit/credit-card in a modern work is serious slack. How can you live without one is beyond me. You go to the bank and get hardcopy cash every time you need to buy anything?!?

    Live yourself into the modern world -- and you won't have issues with your gamecards running out and the website being down for WoW :p
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    posted a message on Curse ownership discussion (Was: The New Curse Client)
    Quote from Net »

    Let me know if you have any other questions.

    Best regards

    Hubert
    Not at this time, thanks alot for the answers.

    I'm sure alot of people (atleast the communities I normally hang around in) is unaware of how widespread the Curse Network is (I was as well, untill I clicked the link).

    With such a large back benefit, besides from supporting our local addon-dealer (read: wowace), it seems much much more interesting to buy the premium membership.

    Regarding payment, I'll be happy with VISA support. Personally I cannot stand paypal and their expensive fees.
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    posted a message on Curse ownership discussion (Was: The New Curse Client)
    So, let me see if I got my facts strait:

    1) http://files.wowace.com will cease to exist

    2) The current WAU will cease to exist (stop working basicly)

    3) To install addons on the WowAce repository we need a client called "Curse Updater"

    Now the questions:

    1) Will the CurseUpdater be shared repository with CurseForge.com ?

    2) Who will we pay to? Curse or WowAce ?

    3) Will the "premium" membership for the CurseUpdater, be shared with Curse's other services? or be explicit for WowAce.com and not CurseForge.

    4) Can we ask, that Curse clarify themself more as a buisness, before we give them our money?

    I really dislike paying to some company where I cannot find who's the director, I cannot find what city/country they got headquaters in, and I cannot figure out who to call regarding Billing support.

    Basicly, you want our money, that's fine. But then I expect as a paying customer, to have all the legal rights I need.

    Now, alot of your users, soon to be customers, are located in Europe.
    You ready for handling this? You ready for handling billing support cross ocean, without being able to relay on US scrub laws?

    Important issues, I really think needs clarification before you start the show. WowAce is being turned into a something professional, thus we expect it to behave like so.
    Posted in: Updaters
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