I’ve heard that some matches in DM are not taken into account and others are considered as abandoned when it’s your opponent who left.
This problem within the code is very difficult to locate that’s why I’d like you to give me as much details as you can.
The details I need:
Detailed description of what you were doing (during the match but also if you were doing something else on the site, if you were downloading something, etc.)
A screenshot, during the forfeit if it’s possible.
In which mode you were playing.
Your connection : wifi or ethernet and what was its status at that moment.
All information you have.
No off-board comments please.
Thanks for your help
UR is running like molasses today and actually cost me pts in an event where there are no redos.
Will you ppl please buy more servers or something?
It's not an issue with my internet. I checked that.
If you're gonna run an online game where time is of the essence, you shouldn't let your loyal customers down. Especially not when you can afford it. lol
13:45 ..you lost by timeout against JUGGERNAUGHT_ (12-12) – your wins: -20 points and -1 Clintz
didn't leave the room until several minutes after 13.45 . never saw this player . was waiting for quickbattle to find me an opponent (which it didn't). Type 1 , during DT
I can not play in Fight Club. If I hit fight now, it says I have already been challenged, then it says 0 hasn't responded so you are free to challenge someone else. Problem is this repeats every time I try to hit fight now or challenge someone. Never ending.
I can play in other rooms just not that one. What do I do to fix it and play in that room?
Well Junk Destoryer it doesn't sound like a glitch. It sound's like you are playing in normal mode. When you're in a game room click no random at the top. With this clicked highest attack always wins.
I've got one that's been happening in ELO - but I don't know if it's a glitch or not. I've been fighting opponents who take FOREVER to play. I watch the timer as it counts down 5 seconds... 4... 3... 2... 1... 0... 0... 0... and then they play. (There is a good three second lag between the timer reaching zero and my opponent playing in which the match really should have timed out.)
But the REALLY annoying thing is the effect it has on me. When it flips over to my turn, I have less than 15 seconds to play my card. I lost an ELO match this way because I was forced to rush my decision.
I am running a Windows 7 platform, and have never encountered this problem before. Has anyone else?