I mentioned this in my topic on fixing troop sorting, but this needs it's own topic, because this is actually even worse then the boggling troop sorting.
You should NEVER EVER move the team positions around in the team list on the troops page.
I just lost a team due to this, because it's absolutely insane to work with.
If you click the top team when it's partially on the screen, it is suddenly two slots down when you come back to the team list. It is so confusing, that you have to wonder if anyone actually ever tried to work with this on your end. If not, please add more testers
To see it in action (100% reproducible):
- Go to the troops screen
- Scroll all the way down in the team list.
- Click on the top team, which should only be partially visible (so 4th team from the bottom).
- Click the team again to go back.
The team you clicked is now suddenly 2 spots down (3rd on screen, instead of 1st)
I'll repeat what I posted in my earlier post:
Would it be possible to leave the scroll position in the teams list alone when clicking a team?
The clicked team now always scrolls into the 2nd or 3rd position, but this makes it really annoying if you clicked a team, and then want to click the team above/below it, because the scroll position has changed.
I understand what you are (probably) trying to do, have max team slots visible, and nicely aligned in the frame.
But it's not working at all, and you would be better of not scrolling at all instead of the current implementation.
Here is a proper game design solution:
Check if the top team is more pixels into the screen then not, if so: scroll down the remaining pixels. If it's only barely visible (like less then 25% for example) scroll up to show the team slot below it as the top position. But wait like a second or two before you start auto aligning like this.
That would make it much more intuitive...
But honestly.... not touching it at all would probably be best.
The current implementation actually feels like a bug, like you jump to the wrong scroll position when you come out of a team slot (as described above).