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The new Kill-notificator, why?

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  • The new Kill-notificator, why?


    So, is this supposed to make the lower left area less clumped for Low-resolution people when a lot of kills go down, or what?
    Because I was certainly used to reading it, and the chat right next to it, without being confused about who just went on a Killing Spree.

    I just don't see why creating this Kill-notification for Dota2 was on the To-Do list when there's so much to do. There probably is no one who would rather have the remaining Heroes updated one by one on a course of half a year instead of having most of them updated for release.
    But as always, the Kill-notificator also looks fine and is a clear message and we will get used to it. Meh..

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    +1 to this. There are so much more to this game. Now you just get +1 for the todo list. To make an option disabling this.


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