Ashok wrote: ↑
Tue 26 Feb 2019 11:01 AM
dudis wrote: I think they just need to change the wording in their rules to something less technical an vague.
Vague rules (/laws) are just how the world works; to leave both sides room for interpretation and action.
No offense meant, but that's a flawed logic (not without its merits, tho) when you are talking about rules whose consequence, if broken, is punishment, at least if you want these rules to work as a real deterrent.
There's a reason why, in any civil country, penal law is subject to the principle of legal certainty/legality: if a rule is open to way too many interpretations it won't serve as a deterrent because people won't be able to conform to the rule, what's worse there is the risk of punishing people who didn't break the rule on purpose, and so on.
If we were to apply the same logic into the context of a gaming server rules, we could say that harsher punishments (bans + chars deletion) need stricter rules.
Now, and to circumvent the problem (or "why not make all I've already written basically useless?"
, maybe, and since only a bunch of macros are both really useful and allowed within the rules boundaries (mins pet charm + songs, skald/paladins chants twisting come to mind), someone could compile a few macros (I've seen AHK mentioned a few times for example) , post them on the forum for you admins to check, and then we would have a post worth being sticked?
A sort of "useful, and allowed, macros guide" if you want: it would serve as a guideline for future and present players alike.