But without the existence of the lock feature those people would still have TTed the item and made a support case, so having the lock doesn't increase the number of support cases.Ulf does take the effort to mention what MA think is a consequence of having the lock option - people who make support cases after tt-ing saying they are 'sure' they had the lock on. I think this is actually a valid argument, so why not turn the tables (in a way some have already suggested)...
I don't think the lock system is the right decision. I think being able to buy back the last 5 items or 10 items sold to trade terminal for the tt value and a fee is better. Maybe even an opportunity for both options... but as it has been said, the lock feature does have complications with the crowd that would be even more careless with this safeguard than without.But without the existence of the lock feature those people would still have TTed the item and made a support case, so having the lock doesn't increase the number of support cases.
Support reply.....you should never TT an item you wish to keep
There is hope after all !!It is now possible to “protect” equippable items and attachments, preventing them from being traded, dropped, placed on auction, exchanged with NPCs, or sold to the Trade Terminal. To protect an item, toggle “Protect Item” icon in the Item Info panel. Items that are protected will show a “P” on the item icon status bar.
Nice one Angel 02 Mercer - you got your wish after only 4 years.
You ought to be aiming at PP instead of at MA itself. Cyrene made the L hammers UL for me, and just recently made em lighter weight just a couple of days after request put in...Nice one Angel 02 Mercer - you got your wish after only 4 years.
I waited 7 years:
They are getting faster!