[10F] Hornblower wrote: »
@Shan, your statement that this is a violation of the Terms of Service is completely incorrect. There is link to the ToS at the bottom of this screen. Nowhere does it say I cannot re-push a button that is broken. It only forbids using SOFTWARE OR DEVICE exploits. The ToS provides no basis for taking disciplinary action against someone who re-pushes a button. Also, in my case, this disciplinary action also included taking away over 2K of ISM that I had built up before pushing that button. This is exactly the kind of thing that will cause you to lose my business.
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Lord Summerisle wrote: »
A ban for clicking a bug is exactly the sort of thing that can sour faith and support of a product. I haven't been banned, but if this is their response, seeing other people be treated like that is probably enough to make me walk away.
I clicked "buy again" and after each of several goes, checked my credits and dilithium to see what it was costing me.
Exploit my **tsk tsk**. Y'all **tsk tsk** up. And you're doubling down on that.
BarnBurner wrote: »
Yup. Clear case of someone in charge having an ego trip and refusing to accept the responsibility of testing their products before release.