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Language chat.

Napisany przez scaftz, 29-10-2017, 09:51


Language chat.

Offline scaftz

#1
I would like to suggest some changes to the current Language chats.

1. Remove English channel
Everyone who chose the English game language will understand this struggle. So whenever you logged in to the game, you will get to this "English" channel, which is not English at all. It's just a channel with like 5 different languages blend in one channel, which causes chaos at some point. I don't see any reason of having Global and English language channel both together since they both have a same functionality and one will just kill the other's purpose and leave the other one useless. Sure only 5K RP above players are only be able to talk in Global channel, but they can also use Local or talk on their own language channel and ask for something they don't understand, or alternatively they can read the tutorial just in case they skipped it.
This is also inconvenience for us because there's a chance of the players being separated by the language channels. Example: Polish players who use English game language got separated with the others who chose Polish game language, and then these players can only talk to fellow Polish players who is in the English channel simply because he have no idea how to set their language channel. This often happen with Spanish, Portuguese and some other languages as well.
So whenever user chose English as their game language, on the welcome messages it will says "You are not in a Language channel, use type /clang to see options". If you send a message to the empty channel, it will simply say that message as well. This way people will less likely getting separated by multiple language channels.

2. Save/Remember channels
Please make it or give us an option to save or remember Language channels. It can be automatically put you in the last language channel you were in last session, or a command to set user's default channel (like /clang setdefault [LangID]) for the server to put you on the corresponding channel everytime you come online. 

3. Language only server notices (optional)
This is not really important but i will put it here as well. We can have some server notice to be specific to only some channel. Example i don't have any idea with "[User] have been muted by [Moderator] for 10 mins (przysięga)" and i am sure i have nothing to do with it. I am aware it would need some additional command for this to be done and it will complicate our moderators on their jobs. Therefore it's not really a priority and optional.


Give me your thoughts about it.
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Online Akamataa

#2
1 idk anythink about english language channel
2 u can /bind [button] clang set [your language]
3 we dont need this, Moderators have to USE ENGLISH language when they write mute cause.
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Offline scaftz

#3
(29-10-2017, 10:02)Akamataa Wrote: 2 u can /bind [button] clang set [your language]

Actually i have a bind to set my language channel, but i am always being a forgetful dumb and forgot to press it most of the time. Therefore i need an automatic one.
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Offline susis

#4
You can't put your language if there is no on the server
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Offline scaftz

#5
There's a lot more language channels available in game, those which is not available as game language exists.
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Online Akamataa

#6
Btw server language not affect channel language, its based on your IP, i many times swith server language and i always be in polish chat.
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Offline susis

#7
well I'm always in English since there is no Lithuanian language
SpaceCats
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Offline Snix

#8
Number 1 is a must, it's useless to have it because it's NEVER actually in English, it's just annoying

Rest would be nice, but not really mandatory
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Offline scaftz

#9
(29-10-2017, 18:16)Akamataa Wrote: Btw server language not affect channel language, its based on your IP, i many times swith server language and i always be in polish chat.

On my case, using Polish game language makes the server sent me right away to Polish channel. Same with other languages.

(29-10-2017, 18:49)susis Wrote: well I'm always in English since there is no Lithuanian language

You can use [/clang set lt] for Lithuanian channel, i tested it and it's there.
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Offline susis

#10
It says Lithuanian channel but actually it's still english
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