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CardName: Expanding Multiverse Functionality Cost: Type: Pow/Tgh: / Rules Text: So MagicMultiverse is an amazing tool for custom MtG cardset creators, but it has the potential to be the Web's premier custom card-game mockup tool (phrasing?) Flavour Text: Set/Rarity: Conversation None

Expanding Multiverse Functionality
 
 
So MagicMultiverse is an amazing tool for custom MtG cardset creators, but it has the potential to be the Web's premier custom card-game mockup tool (phrasing?)
Updated on 3 Dec 2017 by DrugsForRobots

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2017-12-03 06:03:52: DrugsForRobots created the card Expanding Multiverse Functionality

So some additional functionality that it could use to be tweaked towards this goal:

  • Choosing different border forms, or the absence of a border entirely.

  • Choosing to input different color schemes (i.e. pick a primary, secondary, tertiary color for the border's main color, highlight color, accent color) or gradients? Maybe let people enter colors hexadecimal codes?

  • Giving an option that we can choose to link via URL to different 'mana' symbols, i.e. card costs symbols / icons which almost every card game has?

Any other ideas? I know this might be fruitless dreaming, since Alex has his handsful and probably isn't making a killing off of this site, but it has so much potential and so much work has already gone into it.

Edit: Also, it's been a while since I looked at the code underlying Multiverse, but from what I recall it seems to be a clever use of HTML's 'boxing' of elements, i.e. everything on a webpage is basically a 'box' that is graphically tweaked and altered so that they don't appear box-like.

Multiverse Feedback has many suggestions e. g. Allow Custom Symbols.

There are some options: . But unfortunately they don't work everywhere on the card e. g. not in the mana cost.

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