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  1. :buizelheart: :buizeldansen: (animated) EDIT: Gaia made a 128x128 version of buizeldansen if you want to use that instead :3
  2. 1. Maybe doing x amount of trades might be a bit much; Remi, for example, has only done two... But I totally understand this. Not sure what the best metric would be for it though, considering alt accounts can get to be very old themselves... 2. I'm all for this. I'd be shattered if my recipient was swapped out with someone who'd have no use for my gifts... Having time in advance could really help with that! 3. I like the thought behind this. I'm not sure how easy it would be to enforce though... 4. I like this idea! In fact, it might work well with the 3rd suggestion; given this time is just for talking, silent users could potentially be warned or weeded out here, depending on how it's decided to work. 5. This is always a good idea! I know from experience that even the seemingly simplest things can be quite complicated; I've heard tale of many accidentally finding themselves grinching due to missing deadlines or not understanding how the system works; this suggestion might help with that. I can't think of anything extra to add onto it myself, but those are my thoughts on the points :3
  3. Ah, I see. I thought topics of this nature would have been rejected or trashed by this time if they really were being discarded. I'll be sure to check the rejected section first next time.
  4. I know this is a little old, but I'd like this to be a feature as well. I just got a new phone, so I need to move my Steam Guard to it at some point. I'd love to be able to prepare for it by moving some items to the site first, so I can still raffle despite the fact that I can't directly trade.
  5. Just based on the support tickets on the forums, like you said later on in the post. I wouldn't have bothered to suggest anything if I thought I was the only one affected. This has happened twice in a row in my particular case, and I've been continually trying to withdraw the item several times a day for a week and a half now. Presumably, this likely happened to the previous winner as well (since the item was returned to me after I raffled it away). I'd say it's incredibly buggy to fail consistently for that long... I meant among rafflers specifically; I'm not sure how many of them peruse the forums. 1. I meant that it was happening accidentally. I didn't mean to imply any bad intentions. 2. I could see that. Perhaps the inability to raffle when an items ready to withdraw should be done away with then; I don't see why that limitation was necessary in the first place.
  6. The steam item API appears to have been bugged for a good long while now, and shows no sign of fixing itself. While normally, the minor inconvenience of a banking system being down wouldn't be too much cause for alarm, this also unintentionally ruins raffles. It seems that almost no one is able to withdraw these items, and since your unable to raffle before withdrawing your items, these Steam items are essentially just two week raffling bans in disguise. What's even worse is that no one seems to be aware of this, and thus continue raffling them, despite the fact that after 2 weeks of the winner being unable to withdraw, the item will come back to the raffler and make them unable to raffle for two weeks. Some sort of public notice about this would be great, as it would help prevent people from falling into this trap. Also, the ability to just forfeit your raffle items instead of waiting out the excruciatingly long 2 week timer would be great too, as it would prevent rafflers from screwing each other over. EDIT: Or perhaps it could be changed so that you can raffle before withdrawing items. Why is this limitation in place?
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