how do i make a blizz tracker post ? like to complain and whatever lol(laugh out loud) i wanted to suggest they fix a few things, bugs and whatever on the ptr. Not the terminating games issue but a few bugs with new sets and suggest a few things anybody know how to do that?
That being said, when posting there you should work on your grammar a bit (use punctuation and do not post five sentences without any dots or commas to begin with as it makes it really hard to parse what you're trying to say). Presentation matters to get your point across.
i wasnt going to complaini was using that as an example and no not in my experience but i was onna comment on how they need to rework falling sword and add a rune to ep on the new ulianna set so there wont be a dead key and ask that rimehart be reworked
grr here we go again.(period) every post i get slammed for grammar even when i use it.(period) No I am not 10 but it is just not a habit for me when i am typing unless i am doing school or something I just type like this.(period) I apologize for anybody offended. By the way that post with the i like to cook my family and pets was very funny.(period)
Also, Blizzard community managers are gathering feedback from a lot of sources, not only their forums. While they might not be active here, I'm pretty certain they read these forums too, so you probably already got your point across (assuming Blizzard CM had the patience to decipher your babble).
Moreover. Use the god damn punctuation. No one asks you to be perfect, but as the image above says - punctuation sometimes REALLY CHANGES THE WAY YOUR POSTS ARE UNDERSTOOD. Also, it's harder to read something without punctuation because your whole post becomes a messy stream of words. Remember, the whole point of writing on the forums is not to write something, but it is for someone to read what you wrote and learn your opinion or engage you in a discussion. If you want someone to read your posts, try to be nice to that person and start by editing your posts in a way that makes them easier to read.
I could go on, but you're probably one of those people that won't care, so I'll just stop by saying - no, writing on the phone or other mobile devices is not an excuse for not using any punctuation at all. I've used such devices myself and I know that using the basic punctuation while writing on them is absolutely not hard or time-consuming.
i do care in fact it makes me feel very happy that you care too and took the time to help me out i thank you very much.