Yes. That one. Just needs to be updated to say "most" instead of any. Loot is one of the few developers i have faith in would hate to see them have to deal with any false advertisement issues over one simple word.
Well, I wouldn't say that would count considering you can only place Pottermore Items & it's not your average space.
Also, if a user wants to place a Spunland tree or a Podi fireworks item in their Pottermore space, then that's their perogative. But if one wanted to keep to the theme of the space, or any other 'theme' related space, and not add anything that could not be seen as being remotely related to that theme, then that should be their choice as well. But restricting the user's ability to place furniture in a space they've purchased, to put it bluntly, is a stupid decision.
If it was ever mentioned before during the sodium days and not only ignored but also continued i would sway my vote towards deliberate.
We use to be able to place furniture in the apartment, but for reasons that I can't remember, they disabled the ability to place furnishings.
I understand that part al. But by development allowing a space to be published like that any item in the stores that say they can be placed in "any personal space" in the purchase details are now subject to false advertisement.
Ps. Sorry i addressed this directly to you loot, it has come to my attention almost everything says "any personal space". To be honest you guys are the only developers i care about so i thought of you first.
But remember. LOOT active camera released WAAAAAAYYYY before Second Wave of Pottermore. if you find this false adversite (now i forgot to spell it) then let me tweeet to @LOOTent to look at this