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Multiverse Feedback by Alex

258 cards in Multiverse

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

1 colourless green, 35 white, 59 blue, 2 black, 37 red,
84 green, 1 multicolour, 3 hybrid, 34 artifact, 2 land

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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.

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Option to hide mechanic parameters in name.
last 2016-05-25 20:38:30 by Urielfury
Having the opportunity to tag cards for red flag and then quickly look into what percentage of the cards are red-flagged would be really cool for building common cards in sets.
last 2016-05-06 14:13:18 by Alex
We are currently working on the revival of Archester, alternating between MTGsalvation and this site but we are coming to the problem that every time Moon-E disappears, we lose the possibility to update here.
Could we get a way implemented to add multiple set administrators without allowing randos from screwing everything up?
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2016-05-06 14:11:40 by Alex
Could it be possible to at the very list make it possible to refresh the cardlist display (i.e. to take edit/moves into account) without the display options resetting?
last 2016-04-30 22:21:21 by Alex
Hi, this is my second account on and once again I cannot log in, so if I am ever logged out on this computer I have for the second time lost access to my account permanently – despite having both passwords written down to prevent exactly ths problem.
"Thank you for resoving the issue." --Infiltrator/SecretInfiltrator

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On Hide mechanic parameters:

Sorry if i'm not understanding this right, but couldn't you just not use the same name for both names?

On Hide mechanic parameters:

"you could easily make a separate mechanic for each version you'd need."

No you can't. That tedious workaround. doesn't work for a lot of ideas.

On Hide mechanic parameters:

Would be useful for things like cycling.

In the meantime, though, you could easily make a separate mechanic for each version you'd need.

On Hide mechanic parameters:

Two parts.

  1. If parameters like \1 is part of a mechanic's name, do not show the remaining parameters after the name.

Example: Keyword "join" takes 1 parameter. The desired name is "join \1 together". However the final text on the card becomes "join \1 together \1" because the second \1 is added automatically.

So don't automatically add the second \1 since we already have that parameter in its name. Ditto if keyword takes two parameters and one or both parameters are already specified in the name. In fact, this may also resolve keywords like typecycling.

  1. If backward compatibility is a concern, then the above could be optional with a checkbox: "Don't show parameters after name."
On Red flagging option:

Hmm. Sensible suggestion. Not sure what UI would make sense...

As a workaround for now, if you're not using the "unaddressed"/"todo" feature then you could use those, which get highlighted in red but only to cardset admins.

On Selective cardset administrator:

I'm afraid this has been a long-standing request, Multiple cardset admins, and I've had very little time/energy for creative projects for years. I do appreciate it'd make the set a lot more usable, but I'm afraid there's not much prospect of this happening any time soon :(

However, people on this site are generally fairly respectful of cardsets, even "blue" editable-by-all ones. I think it'd probably be fine to set it editable by all signed-in users and have a Front Page and/or cardset comment saying "Please only make edits that are approved by [whatever group/forum]". I don't think Multiverse is very prone to "randos screwing everything up".

On Red flagging option:

Also, not to take away from a good suggestion, but I often just make a comment to myself and highlight it. I will say, though, that all these highlighted comments sure look messy on the set's front page.

On Red flagging option:

This does sound like a useful feature; about half my comments on other peoples sets could be replaced by me hitting the 'red flag' button :)

On Red flagging option:

I've seen people do something similar tracking by using mechanics.

On Save cardlist display options:

Mm, yes, the cardlist does have some definite usability problems. The main reason it doesn't save those settings is that at the time I wrote it I hadn't done anything with cookies! Very sensible suggestion.

There are a couple of options in the cardset settings, for a couple of the togglable columns. But yes, that could definitely use an overhaul.

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