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Mhmmmm, do I? cause even since I started to use the JFF tag it's been impossible to ban request people, sorry if I use an alt to ban request hackers, I'll be sure to use my JFF tag and probably never really catch a hacker.U know what I am talking about. Some ban reports and etc...
- Keep your own nickname & be proud of your tag! Don't confuse people with changing nicknames every 5 min.
- Play with your tag =[JFF]=, be proud to be a member!
*Try to play with JFF tag as much as possible, with the only exception of undercover spectating. Be proud of JFF!
Of course, it's fine to use an undercover name when necessary, but don't use it all the time. If you don't want to be bothered by players, then why be a member? If players are complaining for no reason, tell them to stop and take appropriate action if they continue or just ignore them. Keep in mind that using your tag also works as a deterrent in a positive way. If players see there is a member online, they are less likely to break any rules. If a player decides it's better not to cheat when members are online, that's great. That means you can play and don't have to bother spectating. If they turn on their cheats as soon as you leave, then you simply rejoin undercover.You are a proud JFF members, the least you can do is wear a tag instead of beeing undercover
This I absolutely agree with. Undercover names should not affect this in any way. It also goes the other way around: the =[JFF]= tag is no guarantee that a member doesn't cheat.You should be able to tell the difference between someone who is hacking, and someone who is good, and knows common spots.