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@Bismuth It works with CTRL + click, but I do agree it's not too intuitive

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In the users tab there's a most categories played top donators and most games played on all on leaderboards can we also have a most total runs leader board and a way to see where users are on those leader boards in there profiles?

Otterstone_GamerOtterstone_Gamer and ImaproshamanImaproshaman like this. 

I was just asking about that in the Discord, the most total runs thing, neat lol.

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I'm trying to get some games added to the site but my requests got denied. They said it "looked like it's meant to fill a game library rather than complete a speedrun," despite me clearly showing optimization strats. Would love to talk with someone about this but there is no way to reply to notifications


I know I literally just started an account, but I already see a very inconvenient issues for me at least, I can't see to locate a forum Search function to find posts relating to keywords. If there is then please inform me how to do so.

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There is no search functionality for forum posts. The closest thing you have right now is CTRL+F in your browser and search for words in the titles of the threads on a page.

The desire for a forum search option has been brought up before.

ImaproshamanImaproshaman likes this. 

I'm glad to know that that has been brought up. I'd also recommend searching Google with like "thing". It's worked for me a few times, but of course only if it's in the title like was suggested. /\ H̶e̶h̶e̶,̶ ̶6̶9̶t̶h̶ ̶p̶a̶g̶e̶.̶

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I think the WR history graphs at the bottom of the Statistics page for each game could use some work.

First suggestion: allow the user to select one line instead of displaying all of them by default and making the user deselect every line that isn't the one they wanted. I mean, this is a bit ridiculous: Maybe there could be a checklist of each category, and when you click on one it expands and shows the subcategories (if there are any).

Second suggestion: allow the user to zoom in on and/or crop the graph. This is a problem especially for new popular games, the graphs of which have many, many data points bunched together. Zooming in would make it much easier for the user to distinguish the WRs of when new popular games have their burst of activity at the beginning.

Third suggestion: allow the user to click on a data point and be taken to that run's page. There are many times I want to watch an old WR and have to go back to the leaderboard, select "show obsolete runs", and sort through until I find the run I'm looking for.

Note that I'm not a designer nor do I know much about webdev, so these might be bad suggestions.

TenkaTenka, afnannen136afnannen136 and ShikenNuggetsShikenNuggets like this. 

i think that should allow verifiers to be able to edit runs for example, lets say if your a verifier in a game where all the mods and super mods are semi inactive and your the one doing most of the verfication in the game if someone submits the wrong time you have no way to change the time, you just have to either reject the run and tell the runner to resubmit with the right time or contact them and tell them to change it,

it would save the mod and the runner time if this was changed


I had thought of another potential thing the site could do, grant you it's a little on the smaller side.

Being able to exclude subcategories from the actual categories, example:
I'd be able to exclude "Redux" and "Softlock" to "100%" and "All Projectors" without needing to make 8 different subcategory blocks.

ImaproshamanImaproshaman likes this. 

Still, streams auto play on the frontpage again, it's extremely annoying.

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i think there should be a new feature to where it will tell you where your game request stands in line for verification


@afnannen136 Moderators can verify runs in any order, this would not help.

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"Your run has been approved, and you've received a moderation note!"

The latter would be neat.

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I don't think he is referring to runs. I think he is referring to where a game request stands in the game requests queue.

But yeah, to be honest, I don't think a feature like that would benefit anyone. It would only provide unnecessary insight on the size of the game request queue and potentially put more unnecessary pressure on site staff to prioritize seperate game requests. Any user that requests a game should abide by the general guidelines that are listed on:

Secondly, before anyone wants to come in here and make a request, please note:
Site staff is working on higher priority requests now. You can probably tell yourself that any request you make will be rated very low in the priority list. Please consider its the relevance before posting.

ImaproshamanImaproshaman, QuivicoQuivico and ShikenNuggetsShikenNuggets like this. 

Is there a way to have a times in milliseconds for specific categories currently? For Chameleon Twist IL's in training room ( the game automatically does ms and they're short enough to justify it (less than 20s) but no other runs should have it

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@qwillinallthefish Not right now. Best workaround is just leaving 000 in the millisecond time for runs/categories you don't want to show them.

qwillinallthefishqwillinallthefish, ImaproshamanImaproshaman and SkyreonSkyreon like this. 

It would be really really cool if we could see an interactive list of all verified runs on a leaderboard, similar to how all runs show up on a users profile. I have about 313 runs in the Free Rice page that I'm considering retiming, but it is not easy to find all of them (many are obsoleted).
This would also be helpful just in terms of statistics. On this page, it would be easy to see how many runs each user has done, easy to find and compare world records, and easy to grab data to work with in Excel.

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I'm not sure how many games are large enough for this to actually be a useful feature, but if there was a way to see active players vs category, not just in a game overall, I think that'd be useful, especially when deciding on what to run in a new speedgame.

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