I've always wanted to do a proper writeup about this, but I never found the time for it. So here is the short version of it at least:
Get a high Conform-O-Meter XP bonus (> 900% in my case)
Have 777 Donuts saved for when God becomes available again and once you have him, send him on the Open Flood Gates of Heaven job which earns 777777 Cash every 24 hours
Activate the XP Collider and repeatedly buy and sell expensive items (like the Bloodmobile or the Rat Trap Delivery Truck) to bulk-convert your surplus Cash into XP. More XP means more level-ups means more free Donuts
With this strategy I currently have an effective income of 150 - 200 Donuts every day.
Each act rewards one token, so in total you get four free tokens over the course of the entire event.
We don't provide advice on illegal ways to obtain in-game items here. I would generally recommend you to be very cautious if you want to go down this road. Most things are just scams. They either try to steal personal information from you and then sell it to third parties; or as you already said they might infect your device with malware. Also EA might lock you out of your account if they detect it.
As a long term player, I am now in a position where I can afford to buy every new premium item when it comes out, without ever having to resort to hacks or cheats. I have an effective income of 150 - 200 Donuts every day.
Because in the general case I can't actually contact a specific user directly, like said above. It's incredible that that's not possible, but for now that is what it is.
This has been on my mind for quit a while, but I haven't come up with a satisfactory solution yet.
The thing I am currently strictly enforcing is that all addme requests are put into the correct category. That means you can filter the post list to exclude them:
Unfortunately the filtering is not very good. You need to select every category individually, it's not possible to just deselect one of them. Also it does not remember the selection when you switch between the overview and an individual post.
Regarding additional moderation actions, there is basically two options:
Have a special monthly addme thread to reduce overall number of threads
Strictly delete all requests not posted in the official thread
Both of those are problematic I think.
A dedicated addme thread will not have the required visibility for it to be effective. Most people that post addme requests are new users that are not familiar with the rules in place. In order for them to use the monthly thread it must be the first thing screaming at them or they won't use it. The only way that happens is by pinning it on top of basically every feed. Discussions however do (by design) not have pinning functionality. Also it is not possible to merge threads. So we can't just move new addme threads into the existing monthly one.
The second options is kind of the nuclear version. This again comes with a huge transparency problem. If moderators do such large scale deletion of posts it must be very clear to every affected user why their thread was removed. At the moment there is no good way to do this. The only thing we can really do is write it into the rules. But to be honest, nobody will read them, so that's pointless.
Due to limitations of the Discussions system there is no way to let users know why there posts were deleted. When deleting a post or thread
I don't have the possibility to give a reason or similar. it's just gone from the users perspective.
I can't just write a response to the thread and then delete it, only moderators can view deleted content. In the worst case the user gets a notification about a response, but then can't view it.
I have no way to directly contact a user except for message walls. Posting on those however only gives a notification if the user has made at least one edit to the wiki. Usually this is not the case and the user will never know that someone left them a message.
If we simply delete every addme thread, a lot of other users will be annoyed by that.
I'm not saying this a justification why people that are looking for actual content and conversations should have a bad experience. I merely want to show how it is difficult to get to a good solution that satisfies all parties with the current technical limitations.
FANDOM Staff has some plans to improve Discussions for moderation and and power user purposes. Maybe some improvements in that area will help with this situation. They never provide any ETAs (so they don't have to change them), but some of the things will take at least 6 months to a year I would assume.
I'm always open to suggestions and for now we can try having that monthly thread. However it seems that people already don't see it now that is is no longer the top post in the list.
If you place them in your town, every few hours a paint bucket icon should appear on top of the crosswalk. Every time you tap that icon, a new stripe gets colored,
The store only has white crosswalks, yes. You can make colored pride crosswalks at One Night Stan's. They will start out all white as well, but they will be upgradable to rainbow colors over the course of several days. One Night Stan's is currently available in the Pride Mystery Box.
Please use english language. Otherwise most people here can't understand you and cannot answer either.
Seriously, that's pretty sad. You would think governments have more pressing issues than tapped out these days :(
It's a two week pride day event. And it is indeed starting tomorrow.
See my response on your other thread.
Now this sounds very different from your earlier post.
Did you spent roundabout 100 bucks of real-world money ($, £ or €) in the store to by the boatload of donuts? Or did you merely spend in-game donuts on purchasing the Donut Boat in the Yearbox Mystery Box?
The boat in the mystery box is only a decoration. It does not come with any donuts whatsoever. It only has a visual effect that makes donuts rain on the screen when tapped, nothing else.
No where in the mystery box does it say that there would be any donuts rewarded with the item. I fear in this case EA support is right. You have probably seen the 2400 Donut offer in the store instead of the mystery box. Any now your memory is tricking you and you're confusing the two places, especially since the images for the decoration and the 2400 donuts are so similar.
When I was at this part of the game it was pretty common that you would level up quicker than you could complete all the quests associated with each level.
Each level's quests require the previous level's quests to be completed (i.e. in order to start level 60 quests you need to have completed level 59 quests). I would guess that quest wise you also are a couple level behind your actual level.
Just keep completing the open quests that you have at the moment and eventually the Homerlayas will unlock.
The boatload of donuts is pretty expensive. I would just try to contact them again. A new support request might be processed by a different person, which can lead to different outcomes.
You should try to provide some evidence of the purchase, I think all app stores provide some was to get receipts for purchases you have made.
I would also recommend you to be upfront about the fact that you already contacted them about this issue before and that you already received partial compensation. Otherwise they might find the related ticket by themselves and could think that you are trying to cash in multiple times.
You kind of can already, it's called XP farming.