Liquipedia Feedback Thread - Page 72
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First of all i'd like to give a big shoutout to the liquipedia staff for putting up an amazing wiki over the years. I've been using liquipedia for over 5 years now, but it's the first time i'm commenting about it.
What would you think of implementing a team players timeline (especially for team based games such as Dota or CS), as wikiepdia does for band for instance (goo.gl/oW5CPP). I think it would be beneficial for visualizing which players used to play together under said team at a given time. The current former squad is not satisfying for that purpose : the join date and leave date entry is mostly confusing when you have lots of different dates and different players.
For instance, in dota 2 the color scheme could depict the 5 positions (carry, mid, offlane, support, hard support).
I know implementing this must be a lot of work, but i'd like you guys to think about it because I believe it could an interesting feature.
Tell me what you think of it.
For example on the boston major page I could see all four groups on one line with my 1080p screen, but now only two groups fit on a single line.
On the open qualifer results page when looking at the bracket results, a part of the bracket is hidden and there are horizontal scrollbars. Here's a screenshot. Do you really claim this whitespace is superior to just showing the information I came to look for?
Everything is way too big, text, buttons, icons. If I zoom out twice it's ok, but I'd rather not do that every time.
Why are these sidebars so huge? The "contents" functionality is great (especially since it's annoying to navigate with scrolling now), but it does not need so much space. The one on the right disappears once you scroll down and just leaves huge empty space. The meat of the webside gets squished in the middle (where everything is already too big) and you can't even fit brackets on a website people use for brackets.
I don't understand why anyone would think this is better than what we had before.
This is another page to show that the middle column is way to narrow.
In my opinion, the inactive tabs would have a clearer sense of being "behind" the active tab if this line continued through the bottom (Chrome and Firefox do this for their browser tabs).
Here's what I have in mind: