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  1. I don't think it would have mattered. I started at 7:20 and didn't notice it stopped until like 7:40. Even swiping and refreshing wouldn't have left me enough time to watch for 30 consecutive minutes.
  2. What happened with last nights stream? I was watching then the feed suddenly froze. The text chat was working fine and I was already 60% to the drop so there was no chance of success by reloading twitch. Does that mean I don't get the drop through some glitch on Twitches end?
  3. Has anyone figured out a solution to the "Error Occurred. Drop was not claimed." error? The drops have been working fine except for the one from yesterday. I can't seem to claim that one.
  4. Weird. My inventory is still showing all the claimed drops from this week.
  5. The real puzzle was the friends we made along the way
  6. "Programmed Random Occurrence." The other poster is correct through, in WF it's used to reference a status effect getting triggered. WTF this thread is from 2013? I've been duped!
  7. 1.) Just keep in mind your price target and wiggle room. 2.) Im not sure I understand this question 3.) Depends if you're buying or selling but in general it doesn't really matter. See #7 below. 4.) You're talking about Maroos Bazaar? imo, its a waste of time to trade there. See #7 below. 5.) The longest part of trading should be loading into/out of the dojo. This is why people trade of WF marketplace. Set the price, let the buyer come to you and execute the trade with the already agreed upon terms quickly. 6.) Set prices where you want them based on how quickly you
  8. There's often an hours long delay between triggering a drop and delivery.
  9. Well that was easy enough. Stream 1 of the new system worked just fine on my end.
  10. Makes sense considering there has not been a stream yet after the transition to 2.0.
  11. Which is exactly why satellite internet isn't great for gaming even though it's bandwidth might be comparable to landlines. But if it's all you have, run with it. I'm old enough to remember gaming on a 56k dialup modem with everyone running latency in the 500 range.
  12. Read the thread. As of 2/21 the old system stops working. Two options exist, adopt the new system or stop getting drops. It's still essentially automatic too btw, you do not need to manually trigger the claim during a stream. It will automatically go to your twitch inventory after 30 consecutive minutes at which point you can claim it at your leisure.
  13. Works on all platforms. It doesn't matter if Switch gameplay is steaming and you're on PC. So long as you're tuned into the stream and your WF+Twitch accounts are linked, you get the drop. You won't need to watch PS4 specific streams to claim rewards on your PS4 account.
  14. No you do not. The manual trigger is optional to claim the drop at it's earliest availability. You can still AFK the stream and claim it from your inventory at your leisure. "IF you miss this popup and don’t claim it within chat, you can go into your Twitch Inventory section and it will be waiting there for you to claim: https://www.twitch.tv/drops/inventory "
  15. You can only link one WF account to one Twitch account.
  16. There's no change. Watch the stream and after 30 minutes, the drop will be added to your Twitch inventory for you to claim at your leisure. The manual trigger is an optional method to claim it at it's earliest availability.
  17. No. Twitch is no longer supporting the old drop system as of Feb 21.
  18. That method will still work. The manual trigger is just an optional way of claiming the reward as soon as it become available to you. You can still AFK it and claim the item from Twitch inventory at your leisure. "IF you miss this popup and don’t claim it within chat, you can go into your Twitch Inventory section and it will be waiting there for you to claim: https://www.twitch.tv/drops/inventory "
  19. It's 100% on the Twitch side of things. The current system in place stops working as of Feb 21 according to Twitch.
  20. It's still virtually automatic. You can manually trigger the drop once your individual timer hits 30 minutes. -OR- You can AFK for at least 30 minutes at which point all you have to do is claim it from your Twitch inventory. It's been said already that the Twitch inventory does not expire. You are not required to manually trigger the drop in order for it to show up in your Twitch inventory That manual trigger just saves you from having to watch the stream for longer than required to get the drop which will save time and data.
  21. It wouldn't matter if they asked the playerbase first or not. Twitch is no longer supporting the existing drop system as of Feb 21st of this year. https://blog.twitch.tv/en/2020/08/18/available-today-a-new-version-of-drops/ "With all the new features and improvements in this new version of Drops, we now consider the existing version a legacy product that we will no longer support after February 21, 2021. If you have a legacy Drops integration, you will still be able to create and run campaigns until then." After Feb 21, the current system stops working. We accept
  22. What happens, happens. It's all outside our ability to control so there's no sense in occupying your headspace with things that you have no influence over.
  23. I can't unsee the jazz-hands
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