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Quote from: Linda B on 03 January 2017, 06:20:48 PMLogically, if I am out of actions when I play a Crown and the next card is a coin, I should not have had to tell the system "End Actions" to get the Crown to work with the Coin. Thanks if you can eventually correct this.
Quote from: LaLight on 03 January 2017, 06:22:06 PMHello! In some cases (+1 Card token for one) you might want to play Crown as an action even when you don\t have any more actions in hand.
Quote from: AdamH on 05 January 2017, 12:52:16 PMWhy are people arguing that the default behavior should be something that could possibly maybe be useful in some edge cases that will never actually happen?Playing Crown to double a Treasure still lowers the cost of Peddler. If the next card you click is a Treasure card after you clicked Crown (or a series of Crowns) then it should double the treasure.I can't think of any edge cases to this but even if there are, they should be handled as edge cases instead of making the default interface really confusing.
Quote from: trazoM on 05 January 2017, 12:34:57 PMOther edge case: you want to lower the cost of Peddlers by 2. I guess you have to play it as a action to do that.
Quote from: Ingix on 05 January 2017, 07:31:53 PMI strongly disagree with AdamH's notion that the game client should somehow "guess what is intended" as the default behavior. There are so many things that might be considered edge cases in Dominion, that putting shurtcuts that work 99% of the time into the client is jeopardizing the integrity of the game. Because if this is implemented for the Crown, I'm sure that many more such things will be demanded.
Quote from: Ingix on 06 January 2017, 07:28:29 AMWhat I am objecting to is that we should not starting going down that path were we need the computer to understand more and more *complicated* situations in order to provide the shortcut for the player to simply press the "End actions" button in this case.
Quote from: AdamH on 06 January 2017, 01:00:45 PMOK I completely agree with you. I just think that there are no edge cases for Crown that can't be solved by "the next card you click should be doubled whether it's an Action or a Treasure"
Quote from: Watno on 06 January 2017, 01:30:00 PMQuote from: AdamH on 06 January 2017, 01:00:45 PMOK I completely agree with you. I just think that there are no edge cases for Crown that can't be solved by "the next card you click should be doubled whether it's an Action or a Treasure"the edge case is +card token on Crown. You have to decide before you see what you draw.(Not disagreeing with the fact that the current way it is handled is not ideal)