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Hovering cursor on Pet Icon

HelsaHelsa
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edited March 11 in Feedback and Suggestions
Notes for each pet is great and all, but over time the truthfulness of these degrades unless one is diligent to keep them up-to-date. Presently, hovering the cursor on the pet icon produces a context window that just shows their name. Why not have it show the inventory of the pet, or at least a schedule of the pets inventorys contents. The actual inventory window would be better of course. Make it display-only, as in you can't interact with it, unless the pet is summoned.

Helsa0151 of Alexina
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  • GretaGreta
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    Will the display be large as actual bag, making it too distracting and inconvenient to accidentally hover your mouse on? Or will it be tiny enough to not be able to make out what is in there and squinting won't help?
  • HelsaHelsa
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    Greta wrote: »
    Will the display be large as actual bag, making it too distracting and inconvenient to accidentally hover your mouse on? Or will it be tiny enough to not be able to make out what is in there and squinting won't help?

    Of course it would be the same size, and that's okay, since the only reason your cursor needs to be on your pet icon is to either summon the pet or see what it's carrying. It'll behave the same way as if you accidentally hover the cursor now over a skill icon and get the information window. If the window gets in the way, you just move your cursor off the pet icon. If your pet icon is in the middle of the screen, well you may want to consider moving it elsewhere.
  • AlshianAlshian
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    edited March 12
    Sounds good on paper...but Not sure Nexon is up to the task or even want to do it if money is not involved.

    Plus Id prefer to train my brain with memory and you should too. (cus technology had been my memory for too long and now I have like no memory when i do it myself....)

    Don't turn out like me D:
  • HelsaHelsa
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    Alshian wrote: »
    Sounds good on paper...but Not sure Nexon is up to the task or even want to do it if money is not involved.

    Plus Id prefer to train my brain with memory and you should too. (cus technology had been my memory for too long and now I have like no memory when i do it myself....)

    Don't turn out like me D:

    It would be easy enough to implement; a lot of it would be already existing code. As for training my brain, my memory, like my ego, is doing just fine. :)
  • AlshianAlshian
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    Helsa wrote: »
    Alshian wrote: »
    Sounds good on paper...but Not sure Nexon is up to the task or even want to do it if money is not involved.

    Plus Id prefer to train my brain with memory and you should too. (cus technology had been my memory for too long and now I have like no memory when i do it myself....)

    Don't turn out like me D:

    It would be easy enough to implement; a lot of it would be already existing code. As for training my brain, my memory, like my ego, is doing just fine. :)

    -loud cat hissing-

    I just wish they can reduce delay on riding and dismounting on pets. (Since most endgame cases requires you to get exceedingly more movement speed to avoid being stun locked or one shot by some attacks.)
  • HelsaHelsa
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    edited March 12
    Alshian wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    Alshian wrote: »
    Sounds good on paper...but Not sure Nexon is up to the task or even want to do it if money is not involved.

    Plus Id prefer to train my brain with memory and you should too. (cus technology had been my memory for too long and now I have like no memory when i do it myself....)

    Don't turn out like me D:

    It would be easy enough to implement; a lot of it would be already existing code. As for training my brain, my memory, like my ego, is doing just fine. :)

    -loud cat hissing-

    I just wish they can reduce delay on riding and dismounting on pets. (Since most endgame cases requires you to get exceedingly more movement speed to avoid being stun locked or one shot by some attacks.)

    Don't worry dear, Granny Helsa still loves you. What about using a crystal deer?