Multiverse Feedback

Multiverse Feedback by Alex

302 cards in Multiverse

193 with no rarity, 96 commons, 3 uncommons,
2 rares, 6 mythics, 2 basics

1 colourless green, 1 colourless, 41 white, 61 blue, 2 black, 45 red,
100 green, 4 multicolour, 3 hybrid, 42 artifact, 2 land

1064 comments total

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On Version Control (reply):

Mmm. Yeah, this is a sensible topic to raise. Back when I was on a free database, I was confident I wouldn't have space for previous revisions. However now that I'm paying for the database, we've got a good amount of space, so storing previous revisions is a fairly plausible enhancement.

It wouldn't be insanely difficult, but it would be a moderate amount of work; however it's a very sensible thing to ask for. No promises, but I'll look into it further.

On Bugs importing from CSV (reply):

In theory I could directly import MSE files rather than making people have to export. I'm getting a bit more time in the evenings now than I was a couple of months ago so I could have a go at that myself. I've got a good sample MSE set I can be using.

On Card history (reply):

Mmm. Yeah. For a long time this was a feature which I knew would be nice but I was imagining would never happen, because the database space required is at least an order of magnitude greater than for Multiverse's current implementation. In particular, this would make my database size expand past the limit of Heroku's free hosting plan.

But that was quite a number of months ago. And, erm, the database is already four times the size that Heroku supposedly limit their free hosting plan to, and I haven't been charged or run up against any database size limits. So perhaps I could give this a try.

It's possible it might precipitate the inevitable move to paid-for hosting, at which point I probably would stick up a Paypal Donate button somewhere on the site. And I quite like not being at that state yet.

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Choosing the token supertype doesn't change the border, but choosing the token rarity does.

I'd like if the supertype would also change the border, if that's possible please. For consistency.
When I create a booster of a set that contains images for cards the images are not linked to the card page.

Addition of link requested.
1 comment
2019-01-29 10:54:57 by SecretInfiltrator
Some comments are pink and I don't know why.
last 2019-01-15 12:42:36 by Alex
when you expand text it seriously messes stuff up
i dont really need to give u details if u click it youll see how much a mess of formatting it is.. especially on wordier cards
last 2019-01-15 10:16:05 by Alex
Feature – RSS
There should be a way to create an RSS feed on a cardset so you can easily follow changes. (If there's a way to jury-rig a feed already, will you tell me what it is?)
last 2018-11-18 08:06:43 by amuseum

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On Linking Images from Booster:

Mock-ups are usually linked with their cardname, but if I want to get to the card page of a card given as image I need to go over e. g. the Cardlist, Visual Spoiler or Search function.

Check out e. g. reprints here.

On Why are some comments pink?:

Ah, OK, it looks like the unaddressed state is visible to anyone who has permissions to create cards in a set. Which is every signed-in user, for this set, and for Xerex, among others.

On Why are some comments pink?:

Uh? I'm not admin of this set; and I see the unaddressed state of your above comment? I do see the toggle option, though. It also seems to work for me on, say, your set "Xerex, The Planar Labyrinth"

I also like this system; it's vbery helpful for me on my less-active sets to go back and collate a bunch of comments in one go next time I go back to give the set some more love. Though personally I tend to use the yellow-highlight option for my own todo-list.

On Why are some comments pink?:

Feedback: I'm using that system vigorously, so I'm happy it is in place.

My only gripe is that I cannot make the addressed/unadressed state visible to non-admins, because my entire process is based around collecting feedback and after a while getting back to it and it would be nice to let commenters know whether I'm still going to come back to their input.

On please i just want to see my family again:

Ah, so the bug is that you can't shrink a card again if you expand its text twice?

Sure. That's a reasonable bug report.

But can you see how your original wording does not tell me anything like what the problem is? "how much a mess of formatting it is" does not mean the same thing as "Card text has expanded too far so I can't get to the 'Shrink text' link".

Thanks for giving screenshots and more explanation: that was what was needed.

On Why are some comments pink?:

This is the concept of "unaddressed comments". Waayy back when I was designing the site, I had the idea that people would want to keep certain comments as "todo" items, things that they want to act on. Like "Don't you think this needs to be better in combat?" or "Playtesting shows this is too confusing: simplify." The pink-highlighted comments are "unaddressed".

For any given cardset, only that cardset's owners/admins get to see which cardsets are marked as unaddressed: other users just see every comment as white. On a cardset you own/administer, each comment has a button above it to toggle its "unaddressed" status (it'll look like unaddress or address ). Plus, in the big green/blue/red box at the top of each page that includes links like "Cardlist" or "Booster" or "Recent activity", for cardset owners there's a third line that includes "Add details page" and "Cardset options": that also includes "Unaddressed". This is a list of all the comments that are marked pink on that cardset - again, only visible to the cardset owner/admin.

If you decide you don't want to use the unaddressed status (I think most people don't use it), you can edit your cardset's options to change "Enable comment addressing" and "Default comment state".

On please i just want to see my family again:

write up:

I am currently using a laptop with google chrome on windows 8, if you need more specs ill just copy/paste them from my settings..

The problem is a visual issue that occurs when a card with lots of text is expanded twice (first using expand text feature than the subsequent click on expand further). the issue is that it goes off the screen and you cannot scroll, as it stays in position when you attempt to.


On please i just want to see my family again:

ookey i will do that when i get home, im on like two different school pcs thru-out da day

ill do some write up and some imgur links


On please i just want to see my family again:

You do have to give details; because other people probably don't see the same issue.

Start with "In what view" move on to what you mean by "When I expend text" and continue with what version of which browser you are using. Also, of course; what issue you actually see that is wrong. A screenshot would help.

On Why are some comments pink?:

see? pink.

edit: if i moved it between sets it wouldnt be

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