I guess I´ll take out shadows from my post since that is a legitimate complaint. You are missing my point though. It´s not about specific things that someone changes, but how someone argues.i dont think any people on the previous post that got deleted did want to abuse or exploit, they just wanted to be able to run the alpha and combat test...
Personally if you know me a bit, you know i am very against exploiting cheating and all that stuffs, you might also know i never been banned ingame in MO on any of my account since 2010.
When i started the alpha, first thing i tried was disabling shadows (like it was possible in MO1 right ? View attachment 377
because i couldnt do much ingame, and at minimal settings not only it was ugly, but there is a very important clipping with the shadows.
Please try to not see malicious meaning behind all that kind of actions ,because you are wrong. Because it is not "the game isnt running properly for me " it is more like " this dev studio is unable to freaking optimize things once again and multiples people who can run many recent games cannot properly run this one"
Arguing for SV to put in an option to remove shadows is good, arguing that you should be allowed to modify the game files is bad. The first is giving good feedback, the second shows entitlement. The rules were and are quite clear from the start. People argued that they should not have to follow the rules because of various reasons. I think that is a slippery slope, you are welcome to disagree with that.
I also think that going around SV actually waters down feedback in the end. Everyone gets used to the work around and no one tells SV how bad it is without it.