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Angelo

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  1. 1) Check spam/junk folder

     

    2) Ensure info@xat.com is not blacklisted on your email

     

    3) A common solution may be to try triggering the email to be sent multiple times, as you mentioned. (4-5 times)

     

    4) Ensure you’re checking the correct email address and not an unrelated one

     

    If all 1-4 fails, one of two things may be occuring

    A) You need to wait a couple of hours. Normally emails take up to 30 minutes to arrive, but a safe number to wait is 24 hours. This may be that the email server is just slow. If after 24 hours and multiple attempts to send the email, and you have no email, ==> Switch your account email to G-mail to ensure no further issues.

     

    B) Your email provider filters out emails it may think are malicious/irrelevant, and thusly may not be receiving all mail from info@xat.com. Fix ==> Switch your account email to G-mail.

     

    These are the tips/fixes I know, and generally don’t leave much room for error.


  2. So what happens when someone buys (NOPC) for 100 xats on trade, then resells the power back to xat for 200 xats? 

     

    One idea would be to make the (px) power somewhat expensive, to try to mitigate the idea of profitting off of unlimited power.

     

    (For example, (dx) costs 7 days/90 xats, and can convert 180 days into xats. If you were to buy 180 days for 13 each, you’d spend 2340 xats. Once you convert them for 13.5 each, you’d make 2430. This is 90 xats profit, which is the cost of the power.)

     

    Another idea is to make it so that whenever you use the (px) power, it only refunds you a percentage of the power’s store value. For example, if you refund (bot), you would get 750 xats instead of 1000 xats (75%).

     

    The point is, there would be very restrictive mediums put into place to ensure you do not profit off this power. I fear the limitations would make users less likely to use the power. 

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  4. I don’t know if you should be able to remove the ability to allow people to dunce them (because what if everyone does that? Now we have a useless power!)

     

    But I think there should be a cooldown as to how many times you can dunce a person in a specific period of time, similar to how one may get a Limit when sending too many messages. 

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  5. 20 minutes ago, Laming said:

    I just think if it be added to HTML5 also needs to be added to the mobile and Flash, since nobody uses HTML5, well, atleast I can see.

    I'd agree with this statement heavily. Especially since I'm sure adding a small edit as simple as a check mark isn't going to take much time to implement on all three platforms.


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  7. Please send me a private message with the following information:

    • Username and ID
    • E-mail associated with the account that you have the problem
    • Also mention if you still have access to this e-mail.

    I can then open a ticket for you.


  8. I actually really like this idea, but I can't think of a way to streamline going back and making this work with every smiley ever created. As far as I know, once the smiley is finished, all layers are merged and become one. (This is not always the case, like the hands on (flip), or the camera on the (photo) smiley).

    But as far as I know, all the frames on the (random) smiley are merged, so it'd be difficult to go back and make it so you could isolate one of them. Possible, but tedious, and I'd imagine the work being put into it would not be enough to warrant the power being made.

    But here's to hoping!

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