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Discussion in 'Suggestions' started by Insanity, Dec 11, 2013.

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  1. Insanity

    Insanity Active Member

    Mar 2, 2013
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    When posting suggestions or commenting on suggestions, it is important to follow these guidelines so that the development team can understand the suggestion clearly.

    Posting New Suggestions

    Before posting a new suggestion, you should do a proper search for your suggestion. Believe it or not, original ideas are rare these days...so chances are, your suggestion may of been suggested already. If you properly title your suggestion thread title, it will auto search for similar threads for you (Note: You should also check the closed suggestions forum, to ensure your suggestion doesn't exist there also.)

    Making the process easier for you, and helping us keep the number of duplicate suggestions low. If your suggestion exists, you should like the first post in the thread and show your interest in the existing thread so the development team can see how popular particular suggestions are.

    You should also keep to ONE suggestion per thread. This allows the development team to more accurately gauge the response to a particular suggestion.

    Commenting On Suggestions

    Most importantly, if you like a suggestion that a person has already made. You should like the first post. If you have suggestions to further change the original suggestion, you should still like the first post in the thread and then post your suggestions in the thread.

    Highly liked threads will get the attention of the development team faster, which may give your suggestion a chance to make it into the official project. However, even if a suggestion is highly liked. That doesn't mean that it will be implemented.
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