FrontierNav Weekly: 24 August 2020
- Added community guides.
- These are basic right now and only support plain markdown. I'll be improving them further over time.
- The link to create a guide isn't prominently displayed yet until I've made more quality-of-life improvements to the process (read below). Currently, it's under Game -> Guides -> Create a guide
- Discussion posts now support more markdown. Headings, lists, bold, italics, etc.
- Games and other cards now correctly fill the width of the page without leaving gaps.
- Removed Entity Types page to reduce navigation options.
- A list of Entity Types can now be found on the Guides page.
- Fixed Location and Join Date alignment in user profiles on mobile.
- More code maintenance in preperation for React 17.
- Removed r/frontiernav subreddit link.
- Subreddit is barely used and maintaining too many social networks is really tedious and fragments communication.
- Text in sidebars now switch from table layout to text blocks if they're longer than 32 characters to avoid getting squashed.
- Text blocks in sidebars that are longer than ~3 lines now start collapsed to reduce vertical scrolling.
- Placing a marker (right-click) now shows coordinates as
longitude, latitudeinstead of
latitude, longitudeas it's more natural.
- It was only the other way because the library I use uses it in that weird order.
- URLs still use the old order so that existing links still work as expected
- Added option in Map Marker page to "Copy GeoJSON" for use in Data Tables.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons
- Added bug and fish descriptions.
Xenoblade Chronicles X
- Added some missing landmarks.
- Started linking "Treasure" locations with Segments
Xenoblade Chronicles 2
- Affinity Chart cells can now be marked as complete with double-click.
- I'll spread this feature to other areas over time (like map markers) so that there's a consistent way to quickly mark things as complete.
Thank you to this week's patrons!
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There's still some more quality-of-life work to do on Community Guides. Editing, drafting, previewing, deleting, voting, etc. So I'll be working on those next. Then I'll actually use it to write a guide. After that I can work on augmenting it to work with other features like Universal Search to tie everything together.
I'll also spend some time adding more data for a few games. I did mention The Witcher 3 in a previous update, but I've changed my mind. Since more visitors are using FrontierNav for Xenoblade games, I'll focus on those games instead. I'll also add more Animal Crossing: New Horizons data as needed since I'm slowly playing through it.
Thanks for reading.