earthcontroller101
2013-09-17T20:03:11Z
I have a couple of quick suggestions for the card search thing (in the deck edit screen). These are pretty low priority tips, so feel free to forget about it for a while until you get bored or have some extra spare time or something. [:smile:]

First, I'd like to suggest listing the cards whose name matches the search keyword before the cards whose effect/description matches the search keyword. This isn't too much of a problem in most cases, but if you try to search for (for instance) Appropriate, you'll find that the card you're looking for is the very last one (below a bunch of random cards whose effect happens to have the word "appropriate" in them). Similarly for Polymerization -- if I type in "polymerization", I'm usually not looking for Elemental HEROs....
(Yes, I know I can limit my search results to just spell or trap cards, but that's a lot of extra clicking for me[:laugh:]. Also, I don't find it very intuitive that searching for "Appropriate" gives you "Arcana Force EX - The Light Ruler" as the first hit, but I suppose that's just a subjective opinion...)

Second, it'd be nice if when searching for a monster, you could specify a range of ATK/DEF points instead of just a specific value. (One possible use for this would be, for example, if you wanted to search for a good LIGHT monster that you can summon with Shining Angel's effect.)

So what do you guys think?
Steeldarkeagel
2013-09-17T20:07:54Z
To search for range of attack/defense use < or >

So for example <1501 for Monsters to use with Shining Angel
earthcontroller101
2013-09-17T20:39:36Z
Cool, I didn't know I could do that. Thanks!
Is there a way to specify both a lower and an upper limit (for instance, if I wanted to search for a monster that has 1000-2000 ATK)?
Spier
2013-09-18T11:03:34Z
Originally Posted by: earthcontroller101 

{...}I'd like to suggest listing the cards whose name matches the search keyword before the cards whose effect/description matches the search keyword. This isn't too much of a problem in most cases, but{...}


Actually it is enough of a problem to be dealt with. Suggestion is simple - add tickable checkbox with option "search in description" and by default it will only search in name only.[:smile:]