Score

Case number:671071-697309
Topic:Game: Other
Opened by:folditlady
Status:Closed
Type:Suggestion
Opened on:Friday, December 12, 2008 - 20:50
Last modified:Sunday, June 5, 2011 - 12:11

Hello,

i'd just like to suggest that you move the score so that it can be seen better. at the moment, you have the score hiding behind the global and soloist rankings lists. if you close both or even one, it's very hard to see the movement of the score. this is especially troublesome when you are trying to squeeze out small points in the end or when you are local wiggling. maybe you can change the score to where you have the rank. it's easy to see what rank you are on the listings. but you can't watch the score changing on the listings.

just a suggestion.

best,
folditlady

(Fri, 12/12/2008 - 20:50  |  5 comments)


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The score should be in the middle of the screen. Is it overlapping with the rankings on the right side? I guess it would do that if the computer screen is small enough.

We'll be redoing the interface eventually, so hopefully that will resolve this problem.

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The score needs to have BOTH the decimal display and the bar graph

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Do you mean you'd like to see them both at the same time? From what I know I think that option was implemented but ended up being thrown out in favor of the current view.

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Previously it was an integer score and a bar graph,   but we needed the decimal points. 

Now we have decimal points, but the graph is gone.

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Status: Open » Closed

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