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Suggestion: Dota TV Chat Mute/Disable

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  • Suggestion: Dota TV Chat Mute/Disable

    While Spectating the Western Qualifiers, I have found the Dota TV chat to be a distraction as the vast majority of chatter is trolling or just plain mean/stupid. It would be nice to be able to either report/ignore/mute players from this place (impractical as there are often over 1000 spectators in DoTA TV). Or to be able to completely disable/hide the chat for myself so I don't have to see it filling up the middle of my screen with inane observations like "Dota sucks." "dat guy iz noob." etc..

  • #2
    tv_nochat 1

    Enjoy the game

    And it doesn't disable what the players as broadcasters say
    Suggestions worth checking out:

    Expand the report system by allowing the option to tag comments (screenshots inside) (Possible fix for the chat ban system)

    Saving control group binds between games


    • #3
      Should have be a way to see what players and broadcasters say in others chat channels too.


      • #4
        There is even a checkbox "Spectator Chat" in the lower part of the spectator control box. Just untick it.


        • #5
          Originally posted by radonthetyrant View Post
          There is even a checkbox "Spectator Chat" in the lower part of the spectator control box. Just untick it.
          This is the answer.just untick the "Spectator Chat" then u will unable to see all those annoying chat.