Just wanted to chime in that the placement of "end actions" and "end buys" has been worsened substantially. Please move them out of the way!
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What the client really needs is an in-game tutorial that shows you not only the rules of the game, but where to go in-client to find a lot of the information that isn't in obvious places (ideally the client would have everything in obvious places but maybe that isn't possible?). Rulebook links may be a decent reference but honestly I don't think links to rulebooks solve the problem here.
Unfortunately, a tutorial has been on the to-do list since the client launched a few years ago and there have been no whispers at all of any progress on that front. A while ago I did the next best thing and offered a quick video to the devs which shows where things are in the client, but unfortunately the devs didn't even bother to reply to that submission.
So as good of an idea it is to improve the new player experience, and as desperately as the client needs something like a tutorial to help new players, it looks like they are just not interested in improving the client in the one single way that would do the most. Sorry :-(
1) If you have Villagers, the game thinks you might want to convert them to Actions, so doesn't auto-advance to the buy phase
Or perhaps an option to not match with people who have cards on their banned lists that can be found on my favorite list.
If you play the usual automatic game, the lists of banned and non-liked cards will be respected, but the list of favorite cards will be ignored.
As Markus wrote elsewhere, the requirement to confirm "End Actions" in all the cases where you have Villagers but no use case as with Diadem was a much bigger nuisance. Due to cards like Venuture, the Diadem might not even be in your hand for it to be relevant.
People have different ideas what to do about this, we'll see what will be implemented until the full release.
- If you're in your action phase and nothing else is currently happening (= you're not in the middle of playing some card) you can click the villager icon in the status bar to use a villager.
No card distinction: The game fails to visually distinguish cards in the same zone that have the same name, but are for various reasons not equivalent for game purposes. Examples include cards already played this turn by a Necromancer (face down IRL) or cards that are to be selected for some of several Cleanup phase effects, as created by Prince, Scheme or Travellers. Similiarly, copy cards like Overlord or Band of Misfits may need to be distinguished from other instances of cards they copy (it doesn't matter in which order 2 Treasuries are topdecked, but it may matter if one of them is an Overlord).