I’m sorry if this problem has already been listed somewhere in the Forum, i couldn’t find anything about it.
Is it possible to add an option in the settings where you can toggle to always enable ‘‘Crafting & Item Roll Information’’ (ALT+CTRL by default if Auto-Compare Items is disabled)?
If so, can you make it that by holding just CTRL the item in the inventory that you compare with your equipped item will already show all the stats and tiers/ranges?
You can also only see the Tiers & Ranges from the item in the inventory that you compare with the equipped item by holding CTRL+ALT, i would like to see Tiers & Ranges on both items.
Currently it looks like this: (i copied this out of a ‘‘bug report’’ i made yesterday)
Auto-Compare Items disabled
Only item in inventory is shown by hovering mouse over item
- ALT Mod Explanations (works)
- CTRL Compare Items (works)
- ALT+CTRL Crafting & Item Roll Information (works)
Auto-Compare Items enabled
Both Items (in inventory and equipped one) are shown by hovering the mouse over inventory item
- ALT is showing Crafting & Item Roll Information
- CTRL is doing nothing (Shows only the item)
- ALT+CTRL & CTRL+ALT is showing Mod Explanations
By adding this new option that i mentioned in the beginning, you only have to hold CTRL while hovering the mouse over inventory item to compare both items with alrdy Tier and Range details shown. This would make ALT+CTRL and CTRL+ALT interactions useless.
So then you only have left:
ALT for Mod Explanations (example: Void Resistance - ‘‘Reduced all void damage you take. Capped at 75%’’)
1.) Holding CTRL for Compare Items (if Auto-Compare Items has been disabled) to see both unequipped and equipped items with full information
2.) No need to hold CTRL for Compare Items (if Auto-Compare items has been enabled) because both items are alrdy displayed with full item roll information while hovering the mouse over inventory item.
Makes it a little bit easier, and you don’t need to have 4 different keybinds (ALT / CTRL / ALT+CTRL / CTRL+ALT) to interact with items. So we only need 2 (ALT & CTRL).
What do you think?