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Thread: More Problems With New Rating System

  1. #11

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    Over-rating is impossible as steam only counts one vote per user per content item. You can change your vote at any time, simply by voting again. It still only counts as one vote from you on that piece of content.

    So vote till your hearts content, whether you finish the scenario, save and resume, or quit it before the end. The system cant be abused and it is getting far better results than any previous arrangement for the workshop providers.

  2. #12

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    Hi Adam !

    Good to see you post, proof that you and DTG are keeping an eye on what is being reported in this forum, sadly not much lately, everybody waiting to see what comes next !

  3. #13

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    They don't want feedback on scenrios that are not sold by DTG, and they have never allowed players to rate the scenarios DTG did create.

    Ironic that they cannot figure out why their business isn't doing better.

  4. #14

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    Quote Originally Posted by LucaZone View Post
    Over-rating is impossible as steam only counts one vote per user per content item. You can change your vote at any time, simply by voting again. It still only counts as one vote from you on that piece of content.

    So vote till your hearts content, whether you finish the scenario, save and resume, or quit it before the end. The system cant be abused and it is getting far better results than any previous arrangement for the workshop providers.
    Then why are we asked to rate each and every time we try to leave the game? Software not smart enough to detect the previous rating for the same scenario?

    So what's you're answer to the rating? Do you give a good rating for a scenario you just started, even though you do not know if will complete satisfactorily?

    That is actually the key issue here.

  5. #15

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    have read on other forums that you can only rate a scenario once, try to do once again,

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