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Boouck #1 Posted May 28 2018 - 12:58

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I really like this mod. And yes I know Wargaming has implemented its own version of this mod but it is complete junk. I tried to activate the free 10 day version of this mod and can't click on it. But the PayPal versions will allow being clicked. I am a cheapskate and want everything for nothing :trollface:  

Edited by Boouck, May 28 2018 - 13:04.


FrozenKemp #2 Posted May 28 2018 - 13:09

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If it shows 10 days but you can't click, maybe it's a browser issue?  You could try a different browser or flushing your cache or log out and back in. 

Boouck #3 Posted May 28 2018 - 13:18

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View PostFrozenKemp, on May 28 2018 - 13:09, said:

If it shows 10 days but you can't click, maybe it's a browser issue?  You could try a different browser or flushing your cache or log out and back in. 

 

I figured it out, apparently, the Google ad was covering the free button. So I blocked the ad and then I could click the activation button. And yes I unblocked it afterward and clicked the ad link, I'm not that cheap Lol...

 



Nunya_000 #4 Posted May 28 2018 - 14:23

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View PostBoouck, on May 28 2018 - 04:18, said:

 

I figured it out, apparently, the Google ad was covering the free button. So I blocked the ad and then I could click the activation button. And yes I unblocked it afterward and clicked the ad link, I'm not that cheap Lol...

 

 

NEVER click an ad link.  That is how you infect your computer with malware.



Bae_Suzy #5 Posted May 28 2018 - 14:53

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Edited by KeepYourselfSafe_xD, Dec 06 2018 - 10:26.


HOTA_CHATON #6 Posted May 28 2018 - 15:01

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View PostKeepYourselfSafe_xD, on May 28 2018 - 07:53, said:

 

More arty players need to click the link, it's the exact same mod anyways lul

 

Butthurt strong in this one.  Must have arty ruin his gameplay.  :trollface:

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Boouck #7 Posted May 28 2018 - 15:33

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View PostKeepYourselfSafe_xD, on May 28 2018 - 14:53, said:

 

More arty players need to click the link, it's the exact same mod anyways lul

 

If you are meaning this is the same mod as what is in the game now? It's not even close

Boouck #8 Posted May 28 2018 - 15:34

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View PostNunya_000, on May 28 2018 - 14:23, said:

 

NEVER click an ad link.  That is how you infect your computer with malware.

 

Lol these are google ads not gonna infect your computer.

Nunya_000 #9 Posted May 28 2018 - 15:49

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View PostBoouck, on May 28 2018 - 06:34, said:

 

Lol these are google ads not gonna infect your computer.

 

How do you think google tracks what you search?  If you do a search for something on the internet, you will see ads for that item on pages partnered with google.  That tracking programming in download to your computer and is malware.  People that click on those ads will likely be surprised with how much malware is on their computer.  Not all malware is bad and can actually be beneficial, as your computer and google knows what you like.  However, there are a lot of malware that is bad....and some of the sites the link takes you to can also be installing their own malware, which can be malicious.

 

If a person often keeps their computer clean using programs like malwarebytes, they will normally not have any problems.  However, if they do not, they will eventually have problems.  Browsers not working right, unwanted programs loaded onto their computer, even their computer not working right.  Clicking on those links is like having sex with a stranger without a condom.  Sure, it still might feel good, but you run the risk of being infected.



Boouck #10 Posted May 28 2018 - 17:13

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View PostNunya_000, on May 28 2018 - 15:49, said:

 

How do you think google tracks what you search?  If you do a search for something on the internet, you will see ads for that item on pages partnered with google.  That tracking programming in download to your computer and is malware.  People that click on those ads will likely be surprised with how much malware is on their computer.  Not all malware is bad and can actually be beneficial, as your computer and google knows what you like.  However, there are a lot of malware that is bad....and some of the sites the link takes you to can also be installing their own malware, which can be malicious.

 

If a person often keeps their computer clean using programs like malwarebytes, they will normally not have any problems.  However, if they do not, they will eventually have problems.  Browsers not working right, unwanted programs loaded onto their computer, even their computer not working right.  Clicking on those links is like having sex with a stranger without a condom.  Sure, it still might feel good, but you run the risk of being infected.

 

Google uses cookies to track what you search there is nothing malicious about it...I have dealt with google ads for a very long time on 1/2 dozen websites that I own. 

Nunya_000 #11 Posted May 28 2018 - 18:28

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View PostBoouck, on May 28 2018 - 08:13, said:

 

Google uses cookies to track what you search there is nothing malicious about it...I have dealt with google ads for a very long time on 1/2 dozen websites that I own. 

 

OK...whatever you say.  But I guarantee that, if you keep clicking on random ads, you WILL eventually get some malware that will be malicious.  To think otherwise is just being naive.





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