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Also a lot of the old dota players stopped actively playing over time and I don't think the site really drew a lot of new players compared to reddit which probably has a lower average age. A lot of tl members joined tl because they were interested in sc:bw or during the sc2:WoL launch, which are 22/10 year old games respectively and either knew dota from the wc3 era or switched after WoL's hype died off.
On the flipside if you specialize too much you'll run into bans and drop a bit once your hero gets nerfed and you learn less to think outside the box, but likely will hit a higher peak short term. So it imo really depends on where your natural strengths lie in terms of micro/macro and intuition/analysis.
Heroes that imo are good to know by position: Ursa/tb for early/lategame, ember/lesh for catch/push and scaling, timber/centaur (2.5/3.5), willow/tusk (3.5/4.5), lion/warlock (catch/teamfight).
I get that taking bottom t1 gives you jungle access and tends to make a part of the enemy jungle your carry's farming region, so taking t2 seems natural to get the shrine and secure that area.
But on the other hand it plays away from Rosh and radiant triangle is arguably the most important area in the game because it provides a lot of farm and access to Rosh, if you control it as dire you are basically guaranteed to get Aegis, which still is the most important objective in the game (after ancient) atm. So taking that away from Radiant would more quickly reduce their income and secure map control.
Is it just because radiant triangle is so strong defensively, so securing bottom gives an easier farming spot for Dire?
If I go to demo a hero, I can see the chat bubble over my hero, indicating that the microphone does work.
Found a couple guides, would suggest that you try those fixes, and if it doesn't work you need to keep looking for a fix on the net.
Also open mic is pretty bad in dota2, need to use it only to share critical information (heroes missing/big spell used), kinda like in cs