- 2012/12/24 09:00:10 PM
Yes, there is a confirmation process for spending tokens. It was designed to give players a second chance to back out of a mis-click, just as you are required to input a character’s name and click through, again, to delete a character.
The process seems well-designed to me. And I confess, in my years of playing Guild Wars and Guild Wars 2, I’ve sold things in error, binned (deleted) something, salvaged when I didn’t intend to, etc.. (Not on a regular basis, but sure, over the year’s it has happened.) And each time, it was my fault and my inattention, not something I would expect the devs to reverse, nor something I’d expect them to add a third layer of confirmation to prevent.
I accept that I wasn’t paying attention and that I “own” my mistake. I feel that each of us needs to do that, even as much as it’s a painful learning process when it happens. It’s painful, but it’s avoidable, and the answer is to slow down just a second, take the time to review the purchase /sale / trade/ whatever, and all will be well.