A suggestions for WOTC/Spelltable Team, since everyone seems to be left in the cuts
Spelltable just infinitely loads the lobby on the PC client, I know it's not my vpn, I know it's not my adblocker, I know it's not my virus protection software, I have all the same stuff on my phone and it works fine on there. I know it's not my webcam/other programs using my mic/webcam. I know it's none of the other issues listed by the other people that are grasping at straws to try and find a fix.
The PC client has worked once before, but never again. I just want to be able to play Spelltable on my pc because my phone quality is terrible and borderline unplayable. I am far too conscious of others to subject them to such terrible quality. The cards aren't even detectable by the software most of the time.
MY IDEA!: WOTC needs to fix the garbage PC client already, there are countless tickets from other people with similar issues to mine that have REMAINED UNSOLVED. Am I speaking with a soulless entity aboard a sinking ship that only caters to the most privileged/lucky to actually get their client to work? That's what it feels like, since there isn't even an option to chat with a human about a possible fix.
Regardless, I've attached a detailed image relating to my issue.
P.S. I tried using Google Chrome, I tried using Opera, and I tried using Microsoft Edge
I agree that wotc software has some strange happenings. However, honesty [and years as an IT guy] forces me to point out there is a reason to check all those other things you are sure it aint: that is, everyone else's software is buggy too [because companies can't leave functional S**t alone]!
To Wit: recently I had troubles with Arena, which had been running fine on my HP laptop... Long story short, some combination of recent updates & usage caused my Kaspersky Total Security to flag one of the components as questionable & restricted the application, even though both had been co-existing just fine for over a year!
not saying wizards is faultless by any means, but they are not the sole problem.
I'll stop there, as I'm about to hit one of my twitchy spots over stuff companies are pulling, that society had previously fixed, and now is letting happen again... oops... later