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Multiverse Feedback by Alex

237 cards in Multiverse

133 with no rarity, 95 commons, 3 uncommons,
2 rares, 4 mythics

33 white, 54 blue, 2 black, 32 red, 78 green,
1 multicolour, 3 hybrid, 32 artifact, 2 land

807 comments total

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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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I know you can use brackets and parenthesis for official cards or Multiverse cards. But I was wondering if you can show a picture by providing the URL.
Maybe I just don't know how?
last 2015-06-27 23:59:19 by Shiny_Umbreon
I've always had trouble with the "import data" function, but my current problem is that it won't recognize the separating character in the import data.
last 2015-06-18 14:28:30 by Doombringer
Is there a way to make all cards in the set active at once after importing them?
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2015-06-15 13:17:15 by Alex
Maybe add a deckbuilding feature, with test hands available? If possible, even a playtest feature? I would like to try out decks with custom sets but can't find a good way.
last 2015-06-05 09:19:38 by Alex
It would be great if I could just import the txt file that MSE put out as all of my card text to populate and then upload all of the images here somehow easily.
last 2015-06-04 11:08:03 by Alex

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On Images in details pages:

Thanks. I never noticed the link. And I was remembering my HTML wrong because I tried enclosing the URL with an img tag. xD

On Images in details pages:

If you click the "Formatting help" button by any edit box, it's got a link from the word "Markdown" to , which has a section on "Images". That syntax should work here.

(If you don't want to go and read it: it's just like an external link but prefixed with an exclamation mark. ![alt text](url). )

Alternatively, I think the <img> tag is one I allow in pure HTML as well: <img src=""> becomes

On Images in details pages:

Specifically asking because I want to put a details page to show the changes I'm making to my Cube.

When I'm finished with that, I want to erase the old cards to not take unnecessary space, but I still want to show the "before" picture. If it's an official card, I can just use brackets like with Dawn Elemental, but if it was made-up, I won't be able to reference it once I delete it, like with Kjeldoran Mentor.

On Bugs importing from CSV:

that would be amazing...

On Bugs importing from CSV:

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 Bugs importing from CSV:

I've fixed the curly brace issue so thats ok. I'm just having a problem with detecting what aremana symbols in the text. eg: {w},{t}: {t}arget creature gets +1/+1.

I think I can use "T:", "T," and "T " as detection but for some reason on my end it isn't detecting the "T:" correctly....

I'll take another crack at it on the weekend. Any movement on your end? Anything you need from me?

On Bugs importing from CSV:

Oh, bother, I mis-posted earlier. It's not just "//", it's " // " - space slash slash space. Edited.

At the moment mana symbols have to be enclosed in braces {}. I used to support enclosing them in parens () too, but that got annoying in comments when people wanted to make a list of points (a), {b}, {c} etc - they'd come out looking like "(a) {b} {c}". Having just one supported format is better for searchability too - this way if you remember a card had an activated ability that cost {w}{u}{b}{r}{g}, there's only one way to type that and only one search needed, rather than two (or thirty-two if you're perverse).

Edit: Huh. It looks like there's a bug at the moment such that (b)(c) are interpreted in comments but not in cards! That's pretty silly. I probably introduced it when I was fixing some bug about nested italics in rules text. I'll get that fixed. So yes, you can put mana symbols in parens () if you want.

On Bugs importing from CSV:

The "//" syntax works in the rules text but not on the notes text it seems. I'm currently still trying to fix mana symbols. Are there any way to format them other than {w}? The curly braces are giving me issues.

On Bugs importing from CSV:

I'll try the "//" syntax

On Bugs importing from CSV:

CSV ought to allow embedded \n newlines in quote-delimited fields. I'm pretty sure my CSV import handles that. Alternatively, I support " // " as an inline representation of newlines.

If it doesn't seem to work for you, tell me precisely what CSV text you're trying to import (trim it down to one or two cards' worth) and I'll look into it.

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