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Where are the commas for when typing the cost to sell?
Where is the option to see your bid set amount?
Without these it's is REALLY easy to make a mistake on what your bid price is. With so many 0's the 0's start to blend. Come on it's basic formatting when writing. You do it on other pages why can't you do it here?
Only the stack size has changed for gold listings (increased from 100,000 to 1,000,000); all other numbers have stayed the same. The minimum price per stack is still the same, and you will still be limited to 100 total stacks. I've updated the main post slightly to make that bullet more clear.
What does this mean? 100 total stacks? Maximum auction house listing is $250, so 250/100 = $2.50 per stack... meaning 2.50 per million?
but this contradicts the rest of your statement....."minimum stack price stays the same" which makes us wonder if 100 was a typo and stacks will be sold at 0.25 per million
Please be more clear, when patch 1.0.4 comes how, what is the smallest dollar amount that I could sell one million gold for on the RMAH?
There are still lots of improvements that can be made, many improvements are listed in this thread: http://us.battle.net/d3/en/forum/topic/6307801324
I have no idea what your random quotes are about, but it seems you are trying to say a solution to the problem I mentioned.
If that's the case, you misunderstand my post and what people are complaining about when they talk about items being "sniped" off the auction house. The problem is not that someone posts an item with a starting bid of 10k and a buyout of 100k, one person makes a bid for 10k and the seller only gets 10k because nobody else bid on it or bought it out.
The problem is that when you make a bid on an item, that bid is the winning bid for however long, and then you are checking up on the bid in the final minutes and when time remaining is <1m, someone makes a slightly higher bid, and before your screen updates to say the amount of the new bid, time has expired and you were winning a bid for however long and got beat out at the last second.
In the thread I previously linked to (here it is again: http://us.battle.net/d3/en/forum/topic/6307801324 ) I posted two possible solutions to avoid this from happening. Here they are.
Ah, I see. Forgive me as well for not wording that better.
lol the whole 100 stack....maximum stack size now 1mil, price per stack not changing is so confusing.
Why can't they just word it in plain english?
Is it so hard to answer the question as simply as, gold is now .25 per mil?
Or just say the price of gold has not changed?
These changes are sooo goood! xD
One change I would like to see one day though is being able to set a price range when searching for items.
In particular, I would like to set an upper limit where I do not want to see any items listed on AH that has a buyout or a current bid more than 10M or 100M or 1000M etc. for frugal players! :P
Some of us aren't that rich to afford 100M+ items and would appreciate if we could filter them out... >.<
What about overprize items?
If there is a law for that in real life why shouldn't there be a law for that in D3 Auction House. I mean how many times have players paid for an overprize items and reallize in the end that the items they bought is worst than the items they already have.
I think each items or gear stats should have a prize cap. To prevent other players for taking advantage of buying and selling in AH. Players might be buying low prize items with good stats to keep the prizes from going down.
If prizes keep going up and players get tired of farming and don't want to pay for gold anymore. Chances are people just stop playing.
I mean why not.
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