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  1. I'm having a hard time understanding the point you're trying to make. Buying tokens is well convenient and less time consuming. Isn't having low stock is better than overstock? Have you seen how much other tokens are in stock? Soldier token for example, have like over 500 of them. Also ever heard of Quäckenbirdt? I can assure you they will always be a buyer for PDA2. So much so that there's even buy order on backpack.tf for 0.22ref.
  2. Marketplace.tf forums exists!? I didnt know, may you link me to it?
  3. This had already been suggested and added https://forum.scrap.tf/topic/16101-notified-when-you-have-become-the-top-bidder-again/ https://forum.scrap.tf/topic/636-scraptf-changelog/?page=3&tab=comments#comment-61289
  4. I don't really think there's much of an issue for having repetitive auctions for users and the site itself. As Gaia mention earlier on expensive items. Example like Unusual are more likely not to get bid on. I also think that people wouldn't want their auction longer than 1 day, in case if it never got bid. So that they are able to re-auction the next day with a better pricing or perhaps find an alternative way to sell it. Would you rather take the chance of creating an auction that last 4 days that may gets no bids? Or only able to auction it for a day and have to wait again for 2 days just to re-auction with a better price. As they say "Time is money" The answer is probably neither. I personally think the way it works right now is okay. Not to mention, the coding time that is needed on this... Can you also further explain how it "allow the users to use the site more effectively"? As myself cannot see it. If what you meant by is "bad" repetitive auction, you can't really stop it. I felt that this would likely cause more problems rather than decreasing it.
  5. No I don’t mean scrap.tf, it already had one at the settings. I meant this Scrap.tf community forum itself! (...and Marketplace.tf too if that’s possible) I simply wish to browse these sites without exposing my eyes to bright lights. I’m sure others would love to have this feature to be implement as well. Apology if this was suggested before.
  6. Add in Slot Token - PDA2 into the weapon banking. All of the tokens are allowed in the weapon banking. Therefore I see no reason PDA2 shouldn't be in it too.
  7. Don't understand what I mean? I'm talking about the page where all the items that are from every bot in that banking type are being display in 1 page. e.g. https://scrap.tf/buy/weapons This is quite annoying when you're buying in bulk. You wasted a few mins clicking those items and having to redo everything again. Sometimes it even forced you to go to a bot page as it kept selecting the bots that are unavailable to trade even though there are bots that can sell those items in the same amount.
  8. Jill

    Auction Item Filter

    Well, have you ever see anyone bid high-grade skins? What about low-quality ones? Which one did you see more often? I think people would rather have this filter up rather than risking ever getting that high-grade skin. (Even high-grade skin can be overpriced) Also, this risk is meaningless if you're auctioning low-value items such as hats. For the quality, well is really up to the person's choice. Maybe there're auctioning an unusual and only wanted either an unusual or key as bid. In my personal opinion, I can see that having a specific list can be very helpful. It may be true that is troublesome to manually search every specific item but in long-term, it is worth it. (You don't really have to put EVERY single one in a short period of time, just put on the list that is quite common) You could maybe just have the filter for skins on and manually search stock weapons to add to your personal blacklist. Yes, I can see that, but there should really be a filter for items that are based on steam market's price. As they are unable to be updated by the community and are usually always price higher than their actual values on the market. My hope for this suggestion is that they would at least add a filtration for skins or more specifically is items that value is based on the steam market. It would even be better if they could add more specific filters for types or quality. Also please note that this was made long ago aka not my best ability to explain which the current me is too lazy to improve it. Not related: Maybe when going against suggestion and see their flaws. I think you should find solutions as well and how it can be improved. (not counting dumb ones such as all-raffle join button)
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  10. Don't understand what I mean? Let's say you bid on an auction and someone outbid you So you thought you no longer need to keep the item that you use to bid and decided to trade it away Later on, you open scrap.tf and was confused to see that you have won an auction even though you don't remember being the top bidder on any of the auction It turns out that the auctioneer has rejected the bidder's bid who have outbid you Because you no longer have the items you use to bid on that auction You're unable to make the payment and so receive the automatic ban given by the site This suggestion was made to decrease the chances of that happening So you would at least be able to: - ask the auctioneer to reject your bid - outbid your current bid - try retrieving the item back before its too late
  11. I was actually expecting you to say that. That's why I type the first sentence but I guess I didn't make the point clear enough. "I can see that this suggestion would be hard to implement, unnecessary, our responsibilities, etc, but is just a small idea if it is possible" For Bot checking part. Maybe instead of having it check every individual users all day. Reduce it to check only when the user have open scrap.tf For the steam goes down one, maybe they could connect it with http://steamgaug.es/ To shut down the alert system when it detects if steam goes down. (Of course, I don't if that is possible or is too much coding for something small to implement) If it is not possible I would rather have something alert me rather none at all even if it a mistake Next, I’m expecting you to comment back again with a reason against it but it really up to the site owner really. I’m only suggesting if it is possible
  12. I can see that this suggestion would be hard to implement, unnecessary, our responsibilities, etc, but is just a small idea if it is possible Sometimes the items you have used to bid was accidentally traded away for whatever reasons it may be. It would be nice if scrap.tf can alert us when that happens so we can either retrieve back the items or outbid our current bid. This would lower the chance of getting a ban from auction
  13. Please note that the point of this suggestion is to make things more convenient for bidders. This would also decrease one of the most common bans from the auction and would benefit both auctioneer and bidder. More reasons to convince you: People who like to use the auto backpack sorter means that the items will be arranged randomly again In Scrap.tf item banking, some items usually are fully stock so same of the few items may be highlighted “Overstocked” so you’re sometimes unable to select the one that you didn’t use for bidding. Which mean the bots may select the one you used for bidding, so you will need to keep sending the trade and arrange your backpack in a way so that the bot won’t select them. (Sames goes to the other banking sites) If you’re selling multiple items and the trader send you the one you used for bidding, you will have to counter offer back and wait for the other trade to accepts it. I know there are many techniques to avoid all of this (e.g. using backpack.tf tag function) But as I said earlier, is to make things easier also not everyone may know the techniques We are human, so mistakes may occur too I personally see that this suggestion would benefits auction rather than making it worse. Items that are exactly identical like description tags won’t make much difference if it were paid by a replacement. Thank you for your time reading this.
  14. I feel that item that is a commodity, where all the individual of that items is identical should work like how metals do. E.g. Decal Tool, Description Tag, Name Tag, etc. So when you bid items, it needed to be the exact items or else it won't be accepted. Which is understandable. But items such as Name Tag are extremely identical to the other Name Tags. Those items are hard to differentiate because... Same levels - (Unlike items such as hats where they are different variety of levels) Same appearance - (Unlike items such as hats where they may have Craft numbers or Paint) Unable to modify them - (Unlike items such as hats where they can be renamed or painted) Which mean is really hard to keep the one that you had bid especially if you have a lot of them and the fact that you can't see the item's ID that you bid made it even harder This means there's a higher chance of trading it away My suggestion is to make items that are effectively identical to works like metal does Which is to allow those items to have replacements like metal do. Thank you for reading my suggestion
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