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Interface/Feedback Improvements

Topics: Suggestions: Interface/Feedback Improvements


Wednesday, January 9, 2013 - 05:03 pm Click here to edit this post

Currently, each corporation has the following sheets that I'd like to discuss:

General Data:
In addition to the data presented here, I believe that another row titled "Average Supply Quality" and displaying the average quality of supplies should be placed on this list.

Profit & Loss -- Current Month/Year to Date/Last Year:
Two rows should be added, one for "Upgrades Bought" and another for "Taxes Paid" so that a better idea of the corporation's ACTUAL situation can be known.


On the financial statement page, the following sheets should be altered:

Enterprise Cash Flow:
The row "Corporations bought, closed or moved and Enterprise Tax" should be split into two rows of "Corporations bought, closed or moved" and "Enterprise Tax" with a proper description of Enterprise Tax being provided.

Corporation Data - Total of All Corporations:
Two rows should be added, one for "Upgrades Bought" and another for "Taxes Paid" so that a better idea of the enterprise corporations' ACTUAL situation can be known.


Wednesday, January 9, 2013 - 06:13 pm Click here to edit this post
Thanks for the good suggestions.
We will take them into account but putting them to a vote would be a better way to get the attention.

Some of these suggested variables are not available yet and will have to be added to the game and one or more pages before they are added to the sheets (which is the easy part).

In general, we agree that more data should be available, more statistics on what is going on.

A new page with a link on the country home page (statistics) will be added in the coming two weeks. It will include many of the features we already have and will be the place where we will add new functions showing current (and aggregated) data.


Tuesday, January 22, 2013 - 08:45 pm Click here to edit this post
Ooops. I just noticed this thread.

Should have posted this here.

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