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    Rangewonk got a reaction from SueDRK in Overwatch PC   
    Could you add Overwatch PC for Geo-filter please? 
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    Rangewonk reacted to Netduma Alex in Adblock issue   
    Yes this is an uncaught bug, and thank you very much for reporting it! I'll get this fixed ASAP.
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    Rangewonk reacted to Netduma Fraser in Traffic Prioritization   
    Understood, didn't realize it was a powerline/wifi extender so you can ignore that and to answer the original question I would prioritize the console itself.
    No, each panel options are exclusive to them essentially, the only way to truly disable Bandwidth Allocation is to disable QoS completely in the Congestion Control option menu. You can do that if you like, just give the PS4 about 50% of the upload. If other devices are using the internet at the same time I would highly recommend using Congestion Control as you're likely to have lag otherwise.
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    Rangewonk reacted to Netduma Alex in Traffic Prioritization   
    DumaOS Classified Games is made up of the same list that the Geo-Filter PC list is made up of... So basically, if you add a non-console device to the Geo-Filter, the list of games that comes up as options are the ones in DumaOS Classified Games. Here's the current list:
    Apex Legends
    Call of Duty (PC Only)
    Destiny (PC)
    Division 2
    Frostbite Engine (Battlefield, Battlefront, etc.)
    GeForce Now
    Guild Wars
    League of Legends
    Source Engine (CS:GO, DOTA 2, TF2 etc)
    Unreal Engine (Fortnite, PUBG, etc)
    World Of Warcraft
    DumaOS Classified Games also includes all UDP traffic from devices which are classified as consoles. Make sure your consoles have been correctly identified in Device Manager.
    Setting up your games and devices individually in Traffic Prioritization can be useful if you find that DumaOS Classified Games is prioritizing too much stuff. There would be no point in using both at the same time though.
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    Rangewonk reacted to Netduma Fraser in Hide WiFi Password   
    That's a very good idea and something we could easily implement, I'll pass it on to the team.
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    Rangewonk reacted to iMoD1998 in Hide WiFi Password   
    Anyway that wifi passwords can be hidden by default and then have an icon to reveal is it can be seen by someone looking over your shoulder/screen sharing. Same could also be done with public IP maybe?
    Just a simple reveal button that is used on allot of password boxes like this:

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