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Relics - hover over relic stack to craft shows total you have in Magic Academy

Sidera

New Member
When there is a relic stack up to be crafted in the Magic Academy, it would be great if you hover over it, and it automatically shows you how many you have. When I'm in town, I have to click on my Main Hall to get this information.

This feature already exists in the Upgrade tab (generally Ancient Wonders).
This feature is less necessary playing on the World Map as there's at least a button you can click and easily see what you have.
 

samidodamage

Well-Known Member
I know they have 2 separate development teams for browser and app. There does not seem to be any movement to provide anything similar to browser shortcut keys for the app. I know nothing about game development, coding, etc, so I have no idea whether or how they could go about doing that. Someone who understands that would need to develop a suggestion in this sub-forum using the required format to get it to a poll and if the poll is successful, then forwarded to the devs.
 

Alpha Lyrae

Well-Known Member
When there is a relic stack up to be crafted in the Magic Academy, it would be great if you hover over it, and it automatically shows you how many you have. When I'm in town, I have to click on my Main Hall to get this information.

This feature already exists in the Upgrade tab (generally Ancient Wonders).
This feature is less necessary playing on the World Map as there's at least a button you can click and easily see what you have.
I would appreciate this! I encounter this annoyance in my smaller cities, but not so much in my more developed city. This would be very handy.