In the lab, there are several screens where the following “Rocker-Switch” style Button Pairs show up:
1)Natural Mode / Target Mode
2)Estimate Mode / Target Mode
3)View Colors as in Game / View Colors based on Experimental Data
These are great, but the suggestion I have is to change the Dual “Rocker-Switch” style Pair of Buttons, to instead use a Single “Toggle” style Button.
The reason for this is as follows:
When switching between these modes, as a player, I want to keep my eye on the particular base or pair or design section I am analyzing, and watch what happens when I change modes. So I want to be able to position my mouse over a “Toggle” style button, so I can then click back and forth between modes without having to shift my visual focus off the base or pair I’m analyzing. As it is now, I have to interrupt my visual focus just to locate the other side of the “Rocker-Switch” style button.
This is a minor, but recurrent and growing annoyance.
It is one of those “fine tuning” details that makes a working but slightly awkward implementation into a tool perfectly optimized for player convenience; it would make the interface smoother and more transparent and remove the current necessity for players to interrupt visual focus and thought processes while analyzing designs.
If this change could be implemented - I would just LOVE it!
Thanks, and Best Regards,