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turbomagnus #1 Posted Sep 17 2019 - 19:41

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A question; how/where do I post replays to add them to reports and the like? I know where to find them on my computer, but not what to do next. 

GeorgePreddy #2 Posted Sep 17 2019 - 20:11

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You can drag & drop a replay into a report.

 

But if you want to "post" a replay onto this forum, you need to upload it to wotreplays.eu and then include that link in your forum post.

 

 

 

 

 

 



turbomagnus #3 Posted Sep 17 2019 - 20:14

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...confused here. Don't think I can drag and drop a file from my computer into an in-game report, so apperantly I'm missing something here...

Projectile_Misfired #4 Posted Sep 17 2019 - 20:45

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View Postturbomagnus, on Sep 17 2019 - 19:14, said:

...confused here. Don't think I can drag and drop a file from my computer into an in-game report, so apperantly I'm missing something here...

It's the small banner at the bottom of the "Describe your issue" section. 

It states "Choose files to upload or drag and drop them here.". Click on that and then navigate to your replays.



turbomagnus #5 Posted Sep 17 2019 - 20:52

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Do I need to specify the time index of the issue or anything like that when making the report?

Projectile_Misfired #6 Posted Sep 17 2019 - 21:48

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View Postturbomagnus, on Sep 17 2019 - 19:52, said:

Do I need to specify the time index of the issue or anything like that when making the report?

If you're talking about an issue that occurred around a specific time during the replay, it would help CS out a lot for you to post that time in the description of the issue.



turbomagnus #7 Posted Sep 17 2019 - 22:20

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Thanks.

 

It's kind of depressing in a way. I've blacklisted troublemakers a number of times, used the Complain function when it's been bad enough, but this is the first time I've ever had to actually do a report.



Projectile_Misfired #8 Posted Sep 18 2019 - 00:54

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View Postturbomagnus, on Sep 17 2019 - 21:20, said:

Thanks.

 

It's kind of depressing in a way. I've blacklisted troublemakers a number of times, used the Complain function when it's been bad enough, but this is the first time I've ever had to actually do a report.

Don't worry. You'll get use to it.



turbomagnus #9 Posted Sep 18 2019 - 03:48

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Honestly, I'm not really sure that's reassuring.

 

On a related subject, is there a protocol or traditional way of going about speaking to a clan's Commander about actions of one of their clan members?



Projectile_Misfired #10 Posted Sep 18 2019 - 12:33

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View Postturbomagnus, on Sep 18 2019 - 02:48, said:

Honestly, I'm not really sure that's reassuring.

On a related subject, is there a protocol or traditional way of going about speaking to a clan's Commander about actions of one of their clan members?

If it's a post-battle PM and I deemed it significant enough, I would typically PM the CO with a comment like "I received this from one of the members in your clan:". Then, I would copy-paste the ENTIRE conversation from the PM. This is so the CO can see the comments from both of us and that all the instigation was from their clan-member (it usually goes better when your not also flying off the deep end and replying with offensive language). I would then follow that up with a comment like "I just wanted you to know how this player is representing your clan.". And then thank them.

 

If it's something that they did in an actual battle (like maybe offensive chat or trolling others with their tank), I would just send that replay to CS and let them handle it. But, if you really wanted their CO to know, you could PM the CO and tell them that you have a replay of poor sportsmanship of one of their clan-members. And, so the CO knows you're not attempting to scam them, you could detail to them how to find the specific replay (I, personally, would not trust ANY link the anyone sent me in an in-game chat). Make sure you tell them the title you gave the replay, the map it was one, and the tank you were using. They should be able to find it easily enough with that info. Also, like with CS, let the CO know the approximate time the offense occurs.







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