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Barefoot_Monkey: [...] GOG didn't actually make any changes - it seems that I just had never tested the promo discount feature while I had something in my cart.
Aha! Now that you mentioned it, I did have something in my cart when I noticed it. Surprised no one noticed before. Thanks a bunch!
okay, here is potentially a big one. Huge.

The front page. Is there a way of having everything above the headlines section collapse?

The headlines (and the Navigation bar) are the only reason I ever go to the front page. I'm sure I am not the only person who is irritated by the fact that the headlines are not at the head of the page. While scrolling past all the fud above is not exactly a gargantuan endeavor, its still one of those small quality of life things that I think will be greatly appreciated by many.

Failing that, is there a way of at least jumping automatically to the headlines? I tried https://www.gog.com/headlines , but all that does is tear a whole in space and upset a gogbear. No seriously. click it. Its... amusing. Not for the gogbear tho, so be sure to give him a hug after.

Bonus cookie if the static "GOG.COM: ALL THAT IS GOOD IN GAMING" ad banner can be nuked from orbit, making the headlines and the calalog tabs symmetrical as they should be /CDO

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GOG messed up my tags by automatically duplicating them. For my convenience. Obviously.
Post edited November 14, 2016 by HeDanny
@Barefoot_Monkey: Would you mind adding a link to GOG Connect in the user menu? I keep forgetting to check for new games, and GOG seems to be allergic to giving us a persistent link or notifications or anything...

...And, while I'm wishing, a notification for available, unredeemed games would be great. :D Perhaps check once on login, save the result, then update it on a slow timer? 1-4hrs or so?

Just having the link by itself would be great for now, though. ;)
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HeDanny: Failing that, is there a way of at least jumping automatically to the headlines? I tried https://www.gog.com/headlines , but all that does is tear a whole in space and upset a gogbear. No seriously. click it. Its... amusing. Not for the gogbear tho, so be sure to give him a hug after.
In the long term, you may want to take advantage of the GOG syndication feed:

https://www.gog.com/news/feed

Even if you're not already using an RSS/Atom reader, and don't want one, there are quite a lot of widgets and apps out there that will take one or several syndication feeds and display tickers, send emails or desktop notifications, and so forth. I use this method to keep up to date with GOG news, sales on GOG / Humble, and so forth.

I would recommend a full-blown feed reader if you've never tried one, though. I use and recommend Newsblur, but there are a lot of free, freemium, and paid web apps, desktop apps, and mobile apps for feed aggregation and reading.

See attached for an example Newsblur layout with GOG in the reading pane.
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Post edited November 24, 2016 by aloishammer
A fun idea would be the ability to see on your account tags pull down menu the percent of your games you have given a specific tag. For example, I have a "Free" tag for games that GoG wound up giving me and it would be nice to see the percent of my library GoG has just straight up gifted me because they are such swell people.

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aloishammer: In the long term, you may want to take advantage of the GOG syndication feed:

https://www.gog.com/news/feed

Even if you're not already using an RSS/Atom reader, and don't want one, there are quite a lot of widgets and apps out there that will take one or several syndication feeds and display tickers, send emails or desktop notifications, and so forth. I use this method to keep up to date with GOG news, sales on GOG / Humble, and so forth.

I would recommend a full-blown feed reader if you've never tried one, though. I use and recommend Newsblur, but there are a lot of free, freemium, and paid web apps, desktop apps, and mobile apps for feed aggregation and reading.

See attached for an example Newsblur layout with GOG in the reading pane.
Most desktop email clients have RSS functionality as well. I use Thunderbird for my Feeds needs (also, email).
Can you update the script to hide already purchased bundles on the front page ? Thank you .
Post edited 3 days ago by Painted_Doll