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Sortable Community Levels: 6/14/2017 03:49:10

SingaporeSting
Level 40
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I really enjoy playing the Single player community maps as there is such a bounty of imaginative and diverse maps there to choose from. Really, the Warlight community has spent a lot of time and creativity making some excellent games there. I like that I can play at my own pace - the rounds advance immediately after I am finished. With Multi player I either need a large block of uninterrupted time for a real time game or the rounds will take a day each for multi-day.

That being said - one thing I would really love to see is a sort, filter, and/or Search features to the single player community maps pages. There are so many metrics there - map name, win %, # of wins, # of plays, # of likes, creator, etc. - just to name a few. Right now it's difficult to find games that I will like to play. Correct me if I'm wrong, but you basically have to flip through page by page.

Thanks!
Sortable Community Levels: 6/14/2017 03:57:40

Fizzer 
Level 58

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I'm planning to add sort options when I implement community levels into the new Unity app. It's actually what I was planning on doing later this week.
Sortable Community Levels: 6/14/2017 05:31:00


wakanarai 
Level 58
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since the unity client is member only i'd recommend you to look at muli's userscript, it has some of the functions you were talking about just now so i think you wuold like that part. Some like the way he updates some of the pages and some don't but then if you want that right now you'll have to live with it

https://www.warlight.net/Forum/106092-mulis-userscript-tidy-up-dashboard

read that thread for all the features of the script
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