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Display # of cards in deck as "# Main / # Side" rather than one unified number #449

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Li-Fi opened this issue Jan 2, 2019 · 1 comment

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@Li-Fi
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commented Jan 2, 2019

In the deckbuilder section next to the deck name, the app displays "N cards", where N is the total number of cards in maindeck and sideboard.

Often when building a deck I will add a handful of cards (say, 'X') to my SB as I go and then try to fill in the gaps later. However this means that as I finish building my maindeck, to know how many cards are currently in the maindeck I need to evaluate N-X, which means that I need to keep reminding myself what X is.

What this means is that currently rather than add these X cards to my sideboard and then continue building the main, I will add the X cards to my sideboard and then 15-X basic mountains to the sideboard so that I know the number of cards currently in the maindeck is N-15. This is an annoying hoop to jump through and would be avoided if the app simply displayed the number of cards in SB and Main separately.

Some options for display choices:
60/15 Cards
60 Maindeck 15 Sideboard
60 Cards Maindeck 15 Cards Sideboard
etc

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commented Jan 2, 2019

This is another good idea. I like the first option, "60/15 Cards," best because it is short and does not require new strings or translations.

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