Tile with defending champions portrait obscuring the view of a node making it hard to click

Captain_NietschCaptain_Nietsch Posts: 285
edited November 2018 in Bugs and Known Issues
I have noticed for a long while that the portrait over a node is sometimes obscuring the view of a node hidden beneath it, as seen in my screenshot.
It makes it unnecessarily difficult to move forward when this happens since I try to click the node beneath to move forward, but I have to give it several tries with milimeter precision before it works and moves forward instead of selecting the portrait and displaying info on the node.
I play on a Samsung S7, if that's of any help. Maybe there could be an easy fix to this I don't know of, any tips? Or is it a bug?
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Comments

  • w0otwo0tw0otwo0t Posts: 11
    It’s just poor game design. They expect you to click with perfection, or else just keep spamming that area!
  • Captain_NietschCaptain_Nietsch Posts: 285
    edited November 2018
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    w0otwo0t wrote: »
    It’s just poor game design. They expect you to click with perfection, or else just keep spamming that area!

    I hate Spam.. :wink:
  • TwmRTwmR Posts: 552 ★★★
    I have noticed for a long while that the portrait over a node is sometimes obscuring the view of a node hidden beneath it, as seen in my screenshot.
    It makes it unnecessarily difficult to move forward when this happens since I try to click the node beneath to move forward, but I have to give it several tries with milimeter precision before it works and moves forward instead of selecting the portrait and displaying info on the node.
    I play on a Samsung S7, if that's of any help. Maybe there could be an easy fix to this I don't know of, any tips? Or is it a bug?
    v80cljcfbczv.jpg

    It is poor design but an easy way round it is to click on a portrait of another champion for example click on vision in the screenshot you've sent then the other champions portraits will dissapear allowing you to easily click on the node
  • edited November 2018
    Definitely can see how annoying this can be. We'll bring it up to the team to see what they can do for future iterations.

  • Definitely can see how annoying this can be. We'll bring it up to the team to see what they can do for future iterations.

    Great, I'm glad you do. It's a small thing, but would be much appreciated to get this adjusted. It probably doesn't help that most touch screens and millimeter precision does not go well together. :smiley:
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