08-02-2011, 01:48 PM
I have a card marked as have=2, keep=2, yet in the trade dialog it shows as available for trade. I keep multiples of several players, so this is potentially a big hassle. Anyone else noticed this?
(08-02-2011 01:48 PM)aflorimonte Wrote: [ -> ]I have a card marked as have=2, keep=2, yet in the trade dialog it shows as available for trade. I keep multiples of several players, so this is potentially a big hassle. Anyone else noticed this?
(08-02-2011 02:22 PM)aflorimonte Wrote: [ -> ]Oh, that's @!*&! brilliant. Now I get to revisit my entire collection AGAIN to make sure everything is correct.
Why is there a keep and want column then? When are you going to finalize the rules? And why have I been paying for for a broken site for 8 months? Ridiculous.
(08-02-2011 03:32 PM)jacobystealshome Wrote: [ -> ]not everyone is here to trade, the majority of folks use org for inventory. that's why there is keep and want, and why it is separate from trade for etc
(08-03-2011 12:12 PM)jacobystealshome Wrote: [ -> ]so wait....because they have a system that is set up for multiple kinds of collector', and you couldnt figure it out...that's a bug?
sounds like PICNIC to me
(08-03-2011 01:24 PM)aflorimonte Wrote: [ -> ]I figured it out just fine. I set up my entire collection on the old site, and it worked, if slowly. Then they upgraded the site and the have/keep/trade were all screwed up, so I went through my collection again, and set it up as I was told it needed to be set up, which worked until Beckett changed it again.
And regarding your first point, I didn't say it was a bug except in my initial post. If what you described is in fact the reason for it, then it's a poor design decision. You don't need those extra fields, and here's why:
First of all, each collection can be either public or private, which would already control whether those cards show up for trade or not. Secondly, if you had users who really wanted a public collection and needed to be able to set their "have" without setting their "keeps", that could be controlled by an opt in/out for trade.
(08-03-2011 11:21 AM)aflorimonte Wrote: [ -> ]If that's the purpose, they should create ONE flag for each account, saying whether you're trading or not. That would control whether your cards show up for trade or not. To create one flag for each of a bazillion db entries seems pretty inefficient.
But the bottom line for me is that I've been through the exercise of marking all my cards correctly... twice! And now I have to go through a third time. All this time paying for a service that doesn't work right and keeps changing.
I have no problem with growing pains on the new site, but I do have a problem paying to be a alpha tester.