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Good idea. I'll note it down. No promises that it'll happen.On the Backed Plots page, would it be possible to see the strength of your backed plots? If the strength is at 20%, I might not want to join. But if it is at 90%, then I'll probably jump in to bump it over the threshold.
That's an existing decision (it's been around for years. Possibly since release) that generates a character with a martial education.
Speak for yourself - I had a demon spawn campaign where I ate everybody. Game gets quite easy when everyone has -100 opinion of youHonestly as much it could be done with an extra button or two.
Do we really need a mass castrate / blind button? I mean who has the opinion built up or the purpose to blind or castrate more than a few people?
Next, let’s go to the Prisoners screen:
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At #1, 2, and 3 you can see the new prisoner mass actions. These allow you to release, ransom, or execute all prisoners currently shown on the screen, except those that have been marked as locked using the button you see at #4.
Wanting to exclude someone is a less common usecase than wanting to include someone, thus everyone is included by default.I'd have expected the exact oppositeresult of the process if I hadn't been told this. Ticking multiple checkboxes and clicking a button to apply to all of them is something I've seen in UI's for years, this is selecting exceptions and applying a command to the rest.
It isn't determined by the scrollbars, of course. By "visible" I mean not filtered out. I should probably have written "listed" instead.This is only applying to the visible prisoners in the menu, not all the prisoners? That's unintuitive too. I can't think of another program that uses visibility determined by scrollbars to create a working subgroup to apply actions to.