Rare times in local KT. Place your mouse over times and items for time conversions and info.
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Where would Ganz put it? They would never put it in the middle of the screen.
It would only be in the middle of the screen when it popped up from the regular dock, when you moused over the wisp, all the items in the wisp category (permanent items that you can't kinzpost, trade or sell) would appear in a vertical bar. When you move the mouse to the right or left, the vertical bar would disappear. Thanks for looking at it and for asking a question!
I think this is a really great idea. I'd like to see it for all categories. I find it very awkward, especially when trading, to quickly find what I am looking for. It'd be great if the menu was more like a windows menu with headings that produce a sub-menu when selected.
That is a super idea! I support.
I also think it would be nice if we could make like a custom dock, so we would
know which items need to go in our house, be sent to someone, etc.
I would like that feature ALOT!
Wonderful idea. I support. Thanks for your creativity and much thought given to this idea. I do hope Ganz gives this serious thought and implements it. I have far too many storage rooms and too many items in my docks.
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