Replying to this is not one of the more rational things to do, but what Eve player doesn’t court trouble from time to time.
Ideas do not exist in any observable form by virtue of any of their inherent properties. Only you can see your own ideas with perfect clarity. To give form to ideas, we invented language. Language relies on words having a generally agreed upon meaning. You used the following words:
That I’m aware of, T3 cruisers don’t have any cosmetic modules, so it is difficult to see the proposed idea as being only cosmetic.
Here you speak of ‘more options for plex’ but don’t mention any details of what those options are. The word ‘cosmetic’ does not appear anywhere in your original post. I don’t think it’s fair to blame people for not understanding what you meant, in this case.
I shudder to think how many good ideas might have been forgotten because of poor diplomacy or an unwillingness to patiently explain to others what that idea is. Communication is a bridge, of sorts, and building a bridge takes some effort. Is your idea worth that effort? I think it’s fair to say that if you aren’t willing to put forth that effort, there are few others who would be willing to take up that mantle for you.
- If people have questions about your idea, answer them.
- If people misunderstand your idea, politely correct them.
- If people have concerns about your idea, listen to and address them.
- If people have their own ideas, consider them with the same courtesy you want them to consider yours.
It is not a guarantee your idea would be accepted, but people have strong tendencies to be more patient and tolerant of an idea presented according to the above guidelines. People are more likely to treat you well if you treat them well.