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    Ok probably lots of people will say I'm retarded, I actually have played like 800 games and is not like i disconnect a lot but i was playing a game a minute ago and the game crashed, then i had to reconnect but when i was going to do it i accidentally moved my mouse while clicking and pressed the leave button, i know what an idiot, is there a way that you move the buttons away from each other? thx

  • #2
    maybe adding an are you sure? question


    • #3
      actually, this wouldn't be a terrible idea.

      In fact, I see two things happening: one would be the guilty people (like me) not wanting to leave after seeing a thing that presumably would say like "omg you shouldn't quit, are you sure?". The other thing would be that it might actually just cause a drop in leaving since you'd have to go through like what would now be a hoop to leave a game. This is of course ignoring the alt-f4/rightclick --> close option, but still a deterrent.


      • #4
        I've not done this but came very close once in a rush to get back in game as soon as possible after a client crash (usually happens when I've left the game running without playing it for several hours, I should restart it more or actually close it when not playing but it's so resource light...).

        Moving buttons apart and/or a confirmation on leaving a game would be really helpful.


        • #5
          yes i JUST did this, i was about to post about the same thing


          • #6
            well I'm not sure if this is the right place to post it but I hope they take a look at this