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Posted 2/3/15
Please lift this atrocious limit on my wishlist .
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thefacebiters wrote:

Please lift this atrocious limit on my wishlist .


Moved to Support forum, Premium Group not a good place to ask support questions. : )
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Posted 2/5/15
Thank you. I hope this changes soon .
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BUMPAHhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
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BUMP, I can't be the only one aggravated with this limit, it serves no purpose.
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In case it's not obvious yet, I'm just going to say that the fact that you haven't received a response here after multiple "bumps" suggests that no one reading the help forums (primarily your user peers) knows the answer based on the limited amount of information you've provided.

So here's what I suggest as alternates to just nagging via bumps:

1) If it appears that the wish list is performing as intended and you are simply not satisfied with the number of items currently allowed on the wish list, post in Suggestions / Feedback. I'm sure that those who read the feedback will find it most helpful if you are able to articulate why the current limit is not reasonable in your opinion. You will most likely not receive a direct answer there, but rest assured that CR does pay attention to what's posted.

2) If it's your impression that something is actually wrong, and that maybe it's just your wishlist that's ridiculously limited in some way, then reach out to customer support directly using the Contact Us form.
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Posted 2/13/15 , edited 2/13/15
Since i'm not psychic, I would have to disagree.

"Please lift this atrocious limit on my wishlist"

I would say this is pretty articulate and pointed to my request. Obviously the limit which is 50, I find atrocious. I don't see how exactly I would need to expand on that, especially since I'm not aware what you guys would put the limit up to, or why in the first place it even exists....

Further more, there are not so many bumps here you couldn't see my request was moved here by AHTL a moderator and not by myself. I personally feel this topic belongs in Suggestions/ Feedback, though again:

"Moved to Support forum, Premium Group not a good place to ask support questions. : )" Moved here by AHTL not me.

Seriously, "So here's what I suggest as alternates to just nagging via bumps:"

If you guys find bumping so nagging maybe I shouldn't have earned an achievement badge for doing so? ...


"In case it's not obvious yet, I'm just going to say that the fact that you haven't received a response here after multiple "bumps" suggests that no one reading the help forums (primarily your user peers) knows the answer based on the limited amount of information you've provided."

This could also simply mean that they are not answering because they don't have the answer to why there is a limit, or whether or not it could be expanded. There are people who don't speak up unless they have an answer. So they are not rude and unconstructive about something that is only their opinion.

You're being really fucking rude, in case it's not obvious yet.
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Posted 2/13/15

thefacebiters wrote:

Since i'm not psychic, I would have to disagree.

"Please lift this atrocious limit on my wishlist"

I would say this is pretty articulate and pointed to my request. Obviously the limit which is 50, I find atrocious. I don't see how exactly I would need to expand on that, especially since I'm not aware what you guys would put the limit up to, or why in the first place it even exists....

Further more, there are not so many bumps here you couldn't see my request was moved here by AHTL a moderator and not by myself. I personally feel this topic belongs in Suggestions/ Feedback, though again:

"Moved to Support forum, Premium Group not a good place to ask support questions. : )" Moved here by AHTL not me.

Seriously, "So here's what I suggest as alternates to just nagging via bumps:"

If you guys find bumping so nagging maybe I shouldn't have earned an achievement badge for doing so? ...


"In case it's not obvious yet, I'm just going to say that the fact that you haven't received a response here after multiple "bumps" suggests that no one reading the help forums (primarily your user peers) knows the answer based on the limited amount of information you've provided."

This could also simply mean that they are not answering because they don't have the answer to why there is a limit, or whether or not it could be expanded. There are people who don't speak up unless they have an answer. So they are not rude and unconstructive about something that is only their opinion.

You're being really fucking rude, in case it's not obvious yet.


Since the thread title is in the form of a question, "Site Support / Minor Questions" seems like a fairly reasonable place for the topic.

As a fellow user, I considered responding a few times over the past week, but didn't have any answers or additional feedback to add. Eventually, the constant bumps started getting annoying, so I decided it was just easier to start ignoring this thread. I don't think a daily bump would be a problem if there's actually something to converse about, but you've pretty much just been posting the same four letters the past few days.

Lorreen was hardly being rude. She was merely offering her perspective on why there hasn't been much response in a constructive manner.

For the record, I'm also up against the wish list limit, but there are other aspects of the website/service that are more deserving of attention. If you have a large number of items in your list that are marked "Private", those are not currently available for purchase through CR's store, so keeping them in your wish list has very little benefit over keeping a list elsewhere.
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Posted 2/13/15 , edited 2/13/15

thefacebiters wrote:

If you guys find bumping so nagging maybe I shouldn't have earned an achievement badge for doing so? ...

Indeed you shouldn't have, but the system that gave you that is an simple bit of code, not an AI that can distinguish between legitimate posts and bumping.

One forum rule you clearly did violate is the one against double posting (9.3), since you posted multiple times in a row. Re-editing your original message would bump the topic back to the top, but doing so without adding any meaningful new content would likely get it reported (and probably deleted, as I have seen that happen before).


One would think that after bumping this topic so many times, you would have gotten the clue that perhaps no one else was nearly as concerned about the size limitation on the wish list as you are.

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Posted 2/13/15 , edited 2/13/15
Here is what I think I've been looking at the 255 people for instance that have been viewing this. You know other users that have been looking and checking this thread to hear something from somebody like AHTL who does their job without being a bitch, free of pretentious douchbaggery? You know constructive feedback that doesn't involve rude ass statement like "In case it's not obvious yet" KMA!

Again, as stated before to Loreen not everybody like her opens up their mouth, just to shoot somebody down, with an opinion that ins't based on shit else but being negative.

Not a single thing she said was even partially constructive. So forgive me for having a fuck off attitude.

If you have a problem with the way I'm speaking Loreen maybe you should save your condescending pretentious attitude for when you're not on the clock, volunteer or otherwise. You know when you're not speaking to customers?

Unless of course you had some poll of opinion on the subject that proved you were not just being condescending and pretentious person and you had some facts that prove your skew on the reality. No right? Just a condescending pretentious rude ass negative statements right?

What are you really trying to say I'm the only person who cares about the wishlist limit out of all the users on CrunchRoll, simply because no user responded, as in you know somehow what everyone is thinking (PRETENTIOUS MUCH)????

Let me just respond to you the same way you did to me and see how well it sits to you:

Maybe do you think you might get a clue, that like I dunno, nobody else responded because they didn't have anything worthwhile to add....Don't you think you could get a clue about that


I wonder what kind of anime people like you watch, maybe it's one where people are accustomed to being talked down to, like it and take it.


Nice nail in the end of this statement.

"As a fellow user, I considered responding a few times over the past week, but didn't have any answers or additional feedback to add."
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Posted 2/14/15 , edited 2/14/15

thefacebiters wrote:

If you have a problem with the way I'm speaking Loreen maybe you should save your condescending pretentious attitude for when you're not on the clock, volunteer or otherwise. You know when you're not speaking to customers?

If you are addressing Loreen, you should at least have the courtesy address her directly, not bury it in in a response to me.

If you meant to say "...speaking to Loreen...", you should take a moment to read my status line. You are not my customer.



What are you really trying to say I'm the only person who cares about the wishlist limit out of all the users on CrunchRoll, simply because no user responded, as in you know somehow what everyone is thinking (PRETENTIOUS MUCH)????

It is quite clear no one reading it thought it worth responding, despite your begging for a response (the bumping).

It is also quite clear that not every one on CR read it, only a representative sample. Out of that sample, no one thought it was atrocious.

The threshold was rather low, since all it would have taken is someone say, "Yes, I also need more than 50 items".

As to the "Nice nail in the end of this statement", perhaps you should have paid more attention to the remainder of what eyeofpain stated, especially the remainder of that same paragraph you pulled the quote from.


You calling me pretentious is quite the pot calling the kettle black, as every time you bumped this topic you were asserting your problem was of more importance than those in the other topics in this section that stimulated enough interest to have ongoing conversations.

It is interesting to see you chastise others for their behavior, when you can't be bothered to read or obey the forum rules, including but not limited to multi-posting and use of profanity.


To answer the "Why", sites normally limit the amount of information displayed on a single page, to limit page load times and bandwidth consumption, especially for mobile devices. That is especially true when a significant amount of scripting is used on the page, and I see a lot of javascript calls in the source for your wishlist page.

The fact is, even if the change required were relatively simple, if you can't represent that even 1% of people reading your message have a strong desire for the same change, it probably isn't worth the time for a programmer to implement it and test that it doesn't introduce any undesired behavior.
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Nice book saying nothing.
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Why is there a limit on my wishlist X{ ? so you misunderstand this question? Why. Is. There. A. Limit. On. My. Wishlist? lol wow.

Lorenz rude ass statement:
In case it's not obvious yet, I'm just going to say that the fact that you haven't received a response here after multiple "bumps" suggests that no one reading the help forums (primarily your user peers) knows the answer based on the limited amount of information.

"As a fellow user, I considered responding a few times over the past week, but didn't have any answers or additional feedback to add."

What am I missing here?
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