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Savestate icon, don't use floppy disk (means: write file) #293

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SimonN opened this issue Jan 24, 2018 · 3 comments
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Savestate icon, don't use floppy disk (means: write file) #293

SimonN opened this issue Jan 24, 2018 · 3 comments
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@SimonN SimonN commented Jan 24, 2018

Lix 0.9.9.

To remember a state during play, click the floppy icon. To return to that state, click the open-folder icon. These typically mean saving/loading files. But the savestate is temporary, it's only good until you exit that single game of one level.

Expected: Other icons, ideally. A bookmark? A photo camerea?

Explain in a tooltip all buttons, including the two savestate buttons.

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@SimonN SimonN commented Jan 9, 2019

This loses data: From the floppy disk icon, Minim assumed that the quicksave button saves the replay to disk, and promptly lost an attempt.

This is more important than mere cosmetics.

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@SimonN SimonN commented Mar 5, 2019

Idea: Flag instead of disk/folder: http://www.lixgame.com/etc/lix-with-d-2019-03-03.png

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@SimonN SimonN commented Apr 23, 2019

Fixed in 0.9.26: To save the state, click the flag. To load the saved state, click the flag with the arrow.

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