06/12/2012 01:21 PMPosted by ChickenneckSoftware does not work the same as your car. You do not own the software. You purchase the right to use that software. I am not disagreeing with you, but your analogy of software to a car/big mac is not quite true. You cant put a stereo in your rental car!!
06/10/2012 01:23 AMPosted by BoffoIf they did allow add-ons, I'd love to see English translation subtitles for those stuck with an alternate language edition.
06/12/2012 04:32 PMPosted by PhaydenI would be happy with a simple printable two page character sheet with gear info. So when I am hunting in the AH I can better track my toon's needs. There is a comparative popup bubble that shows up when you look at items, but only for the toon you are actively searching for. if you change the toon in the pull down the list resorts. It is highly unlikely that Blizzard will want the headache of creating a useful and printable character sheet for a player's toons. Perfect ground for an external third party app. It is a shame the graphics would probably be a bit of an issue tho.
06/05/2012 05:19 PMPosted by TwiztedFREEKi was more or less looking at outside of game calculators mainly as useful tools to help novice players learn how to best build their toons or get a rough estimet on how long they would have to farm for a specific peice of loot
06/11/2012 06:44 PMPosted by GnomebiterSo...why are addons a "no-no" if it's something simple like WoW's Auctioneer? If I've already paid the money for the game, I should be allowed to tweak it how I want within reason. If I buy a car, I can add a multi-disc CD changer if I want. If I buy a McDonald's Big Mac, I can remove the pickles if I want. So since I bought a digital copy of Diablo 3, I should be allowed to add on something like Auctioneer if I want. It doesn't change the gameplay in the least, it just changes the way I interact with the auction house.
12/02/2012 01:44 AMPosted by Stannisit would be nice if they had something that calc the stat change when looking in the AH. i've been unfortunate a number of times to win an item only to have it turn out that what i had was actually better in one way or another
It's not just Blizzard, it's with any kind of software you use! the license explicitly tells the person what he can and cannot do with the software.07/11/2012 02:34 PMPosted by MourtimerOwnership is always a mis-understood idea when it comes to Blizzards MMO games. None of us "Own" the game. We may possess the box it came in, the manual, the actual DvD that its installed with, but all we really have is a license to play the game that Blizzard "Owns". Its all in the Eula and such..... You know that part that we all just scroll down to get the "Accept" button to light up, and we never actually read. Its all in there. Sorry to break it to ya.....
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