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  1. This actually has been since Scrap.tf implement the new design. (Which is ages ago! Months?) I thought this will be fixed soon but it doesn't seem like it, so that's why I'm writing this report. If this issue has already been known, I apologies. I use iPhone 6 Main Page: On the main page I am unable to move to the left, only the right side. Banking Page: Again, unable to move to the right and not all the bots are shown The rests are pretty much normal Here's a raffle page for example:
  2. Custom emote suggestions

    Not sure why this hasn't been suggested yet... :tf2: 32x32 128x128
  3. Are we allow to suggest more emoticon if the previous request has been accepted? Or is 4 the maximum you could ever get? For example, if all my 4 emoticon suggestion have been added, I can now request 4 new ones.
  4. Custom emote suggestions

    Updated with 128x128 original post More emoticon requests :yui: 32x32 128x128 :hachiman: 32x32 128x128 If there's an issue on my emoticon please do inform me, thank you.
  5. Skin Dumping

    An issue that happen since dawn of auction, many include myself are victims of this. There are already been a few suggestion in the forum speaking about this issue yet no progress have been made. Not a while ago I have created a raffle asking the public's opinion. https://scrap.tf/raffles/9RKKSE So I would to share the responses here. 1.) Do you use Scrap.tf's auction? (54 responses) Yes - 33 (61.1%) No - 21 (38.9%) please note that people who doesn't use auction also voted on this question 2.) Are you a victim of skin dumping? (54 responses) Yes - 20 (37%) No - 34 (63%) 3.) Should Scrap.tf auction have an item filter? (54 responses) Yes - 41 (75.9%) No - 13 (24.1%) 4.) If you're a victim of skin dumping, do you use that skin to bid on other people's auction? (44 responses) Yes - 15 (34.1%) No - 29 (65.9%) Some honorable opinions I got: "I feel adding filters would further complicate it but there should be filters to screen out skins as some are way overpriced and when we say clearly in our auctions "No Skins!" and yet they still bid skins and worst yet, some even bid at the last second so it cant be rejected at the last moment." "Scrap.tf should have a feature where people who bid on the auction before it ended can keep on bidding until one bidder is left after all the other bidders fold. There could also be a time limit instead so this doesn't go on for forever. This also gives time for the bidder to reject skin and other undesirable items." "I like the idea of a filter system a lot, however I'd hope that it would be more complex than just accepting skins/whatever item or not. For example someone may hate damaged skins, but be perfectly okay with factory new ones. This also reminds me of how people may want unusual offers, but would hate unusual weapon/taunt offers. The more in depth the filter system is, the better."' Welp I'm not bothered to rant so I will leave the rest to you guys
  6. I apologize if this was suggested before. Why should this be added? Sometimes the item can be overprice and you want to compare it to the previous bid before rejecting.
  7. Instant-Buy Price for Pure/Item only or both

    Meh guess I have no choice to explain... I think everyone who used auction should already know how IF works. Why is this a good idea? You see some item are overprice so this prevent someone like me to have a insta-buy price on 'any item accepted' auction. Like for example, someone bid a festive field-tested skin, you won't have any chance of rejecting because of the low Instant-buy. Or you just want a instant-buy your item in this amount of pure, but you also wanna see if anyone will bid good items. The only way to have a Instant-buy price for pure only is to create a 'currency only auction'. And the insta-buy for item is just an extra idea, not really a useful one. This is just a rough explanation, hope that you'll get the idea. I do know that there's a few problem with this idea, but maybe someone else could improve it for me, I'm very lazy...
  8. How might it look like: I'm too lazy to explain why this is a good idea...
  9. acknowledged Shown price is wrong

    I'm quite confuse right now, I'm gonna start from scratch. Yes a hat to scrap.tf bot is worth 1 ref. But we have the option to exchange our hat for another hat without to pay any extra metal. (This only apply to craft hats) As you can see in the picture I have selected the same exact amount of hats for the bot's hats. But when the trade offer was sent to me, 1 of the hat was a ref instead of one of the hat I have chosen Am I missing something obvious here? I guess I'm dumb :/
  10. acknowledged Shown price is wrong

    But craft hats are considered the same value as any other craft hats And even if I couldn't afford the hats with my hats, shouldn't the bots be charging me metal? Happen again, added 2 images to the album.
  11. acknowledged Shown price is wrong

    Happen multiple times http://imgur.com/a/sJDKa
  12. Allow Conscientious Objector for Auction

    Oh, so that mean any item worth less than a ref are most likely not be accepted because of that. kinda sad though, since you can put custom decals on it.
  13. Allow Conscientious Objector for Auction

    I meant the item to be use for auction not to be use for bidding I guess I must have use the title incorrectly @[email protected]
  14. Auction Item Filter

    My apology, there was a suggestion similar to this. But in this one I will explain in more details why it should be added. My idea is to be able to allow what item you wants being bid in your auctions. (e.g. uncraftable, unusual, skins, etc.) I know that there is already a blacklist for items but I genuinely feel like is not good enough. Being able to filter all kind of items in the way you wanted will solve everyone's unwanted item issue. Why is this an issue? In this post I will be using skin dumping as an example: Skins are usually overpriced, especially the low tier ones. This person have bidded their Backcountry Blaster Scattergun (Minimal Wear) Which is worth 2 ref in backpack.tf. (Skins's price are only based on steam market) P.S he attempt to use it to bid my auctions multiple times. There're almost always no buyers for skins. Even if there is, the buyer usually only pays around 30 - 40% less than the price. If your auction is set as any item accepted and had a instant-buy price. You are risk of being bid for a overpriced items without having any given chance of rejecting. This forces some people not to have an instant-buy price. I would also like to hear your opinion about this suggestion, whether you are against it or not.
  15. The title pretty much said it. I feel like this weapon shouldn't be counted as a normal weapon since is worth around half a ref, and you could also put custom decals on it! P.S. You could use stock weapons in auction so I see no reason why this shouldn't be accepted.