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iiNSaNiiTY #1 Posted May 06 2017 - 21:31

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It would be great if WG replaces the annoying automatic messages that take away the visibility, in addition with which many dead players do flood to annoy.

I would recommend a telegraph sound accompanied by a voice message, similar to automatic messages, like "fire on" "attention to sector B2" "ready to shoot" and you would have to put a duration of 5 seconds before sending another message To avoid the flood, we would get a more realistic war environment and the players would pay more attention to the messages :P  and in time they would add more languages, what do you think?

 

 

Is something similar to this, is a sound mod of 2015

 

 



PaperArtillery #2 Posted May 06 2017 - 23:17

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Well, what would be ideal is (at least in English) actual tanker "chatter". You wouldn't hear telegraph sounds, as that would be radio transmissions incoming (perhaps appropriate for artillery, but again, those would likely be voice via radio from spotters), but things such as (from the loader) "UP!" for "ready to fire", "gunner, shot, tank", or "gunner, shot, HE" (from the commander to the loader, including instructions to the loader of what round to put in the breech and inform the gunner of his shell type, to compensate for extra weight or safety range), "target" for "target hit" (which can include bounces), and such. "Fire on" and "ready to shoot" aren't properly worded, as "fire on" can be confused with a warning that one's vehicle is on fire, and "shoot" can be confused with a general exclamation. There's a reason the military uses PROWORDS, or procedure words, in communications, to eliminate any chance of misunderstanding.



iiNSaNiiTY #3 Posted May 06 2017 - 23:58

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Well, the telegraph was only for decoration and simulate that war environment, wot is not a simulator so you do not have to look as real as possible, I think it would be fun and more effective than the automatic messages that are now, very good Example of the "fire on" but translated from the "listo para disparar" that in Spanish only has one meaning

Kekistani #4 Posted May 07 2017 - 00:06

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There's a game in that mod.

iiNSaNiiTY #5 Posted May 07 2017 - 16:02

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View Post9gagger, on May 07 2017 - 00:06, said:

There's a game in that mod.

There are worse ..






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