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Distinguish ally and enemy chat messages #7518

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deniz1a opened this Issue Feb 22, 2015 · 3 comments

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deniz1a commented Feb 22, 2015

It would be better if the in-game chat showed teammate and enemy messages differently. For example when a teammate says something it could be green underlined and when enemy player posts a message red underline? Or some other way to make them different.

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[TEAM]Player: This is an example of a team message.
Player: This is an example of a public message.

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epicelite commented Feb 22, 2015

[TEAM]Player: This is an example of a team message.
Player: This is an example of a public message.

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What he means is that public messages can come from both allies and enemies.

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penev92 commented Feb 22, 2015

What he means is that public messages can come from both allies and enemies.

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Yes and if I don't know the names of the players, I have to look at diplomacy window to see if the public message was sent by an ally or enemy. 😐

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deniz1a commented Feb 22, 2015

Yes and if I don't know the names of the players, I have to look at diplomacy window to see if the public message was sent by an ally or enemy. 😐

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