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    273 comments  ·  Bits » Cheering  ·  Admin →
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    MyOhMyke commented  · 

    For the celebrations, I'm just glad there's no audio to go with it. But then again -- if it only puts the graphics on the stream as viewers see it, how does the celebration even include the streamer, the person allegedly being celebrated? It's not gonna pop up in my OBS overlay, I'm not going to hear any audio (because, I want to stress, IT SHOULD NOT HAVE AUDIO), so as the streamer, all I get is...a line of text in my chat?

    If my chat is slow/quiet all I'm getting is a line of text as a "celebration". If my chat is huge and scrolling quickly I'm going to miss who even made redeems, and the celebration is probably, you know, the chat?

    It's like everyone in chat hides in a room for a surprise party for the streamer, and when they show up, we all hold up a poster with the word "surprise" on it. Who is this for and what's the best-case scenario for how it turns out?

    And that's just for the "celebration" redeem. Everyone's going to have a different definition of what the perfect 'pace' or size of chat is. But unless that definition is "hyperspeed text you can't really keep up with anyway," I don't know how "GIGANTO SIZED EMOTE BLOCKING OUT MEANINGFUL HUMAN INTERACTION LIKE PERSIAN ARROWS BLOCK OUT THE SUN" fits into that definition.

    I'm willing to help you use my channel and my viewers, all 0.0 average of them, to test new features! Really, I am! But not every single thing you all cook up! Let me test the ones that are helpful to my stream, and if you can't find enough streamers to opt-in to test something, maybe it's a feature that isn't needed?

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    MyOhMyke commented  · 

    Twitch: "Hey, here's this feature that makes a whole bunch of emotes cover your screen, a feature that has existed from third parties for, i dunno, at least ten years now probably? Well we have it now too and there's no saying no!"

    Me, five seconds later: "Oh, wow! It's one of the maybe 5 people on the entire planet earth who hasn't played Undertale Fantasy VII: The Vault Edition! And they're almost at the part where <spoiler thing happens that might make you cry>! I sure hope nobody plasters a wall of OMEGALUL over the screen right at the critical moment where emotions run high! Its so rare to see someone react to this genuinely for the first time and it's the closest you get to playing the game for the first time again, so that would REALLY suck if someone was able to do this for a default of forty cents USD!"

  2. 114 votes

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    MyOhMyke commented  · 

    I'm having a hard time thinking odfthe use case for the new VIP badge with the way it is veing implemented. Many streamers I follow would insist that all of their viewers are VIPs. Even if you are thr type of streamer who thinks that's oversentamental and cheesy, Im not sure having a single badge with the same single title is the best way to tab community members who deserve recognition.

    Even the examples given in the announcement would benefit from more flexibility. What sounds better: "You always bring energy to chat, have a VIP badge" or "You always bring energy to chat, heres a badge promoting you to Vice President of Chatroom Hype Operations". Just in the small group of stteamers I watch, I can think of a few badge titles more useful than "VIP":

    "I won a giveaway and all I won is this" badge.
    "The List"
    "King/Queen of Puns"
    "Whisper Buddies" (our communitys way of giving chatters someone to talk to about spoilers instead of spoiling streamer/chat)
    "Double Showcase Winner"
    "I Actually Won More Than A Quarter In Deal Or No Deal"
    "Speedrunner/Commentator" for speedrunning marathons to designate, well, speedrunners/commentators or even previous tourney champions

    I just feel like only having "VIP" badges, at best, means you're almost but not quite highlighting what someone dies foe the community, and ar worse it leaves people left out and begging for or oitright demanding a badge.

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    MyOhMyke commented  · 

    This would be a ton of fun! Maybe have an option to let the streamer set the list of potential /scatter targets (to do actual team wide raids), I want to know Im sending my community to safe harbors (or at least people I like)

    Or even just some tag- or viewer count-based filters for potential landing places. Dont wanna get too crazy up in here

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