Edited by Feric51 on March 14, 2019 7:13PM
So with the update for console this week I noticed some head-scratching delays caused in UI commands within certain menus. Was wondering if this is only on my end? Only on console? Or, across all platforms?
Delay between taking attachments from mails (especially hirelings) and when you can delete the mail. Now there seems to be almost a full second delay between the time you retrieve the attachments and when you can delete that message.
The time after taking items out of containers (writ rewards, quest coffers, etc) within your inventory has a discernible pause after you "take all" before it returns you back to the main inventory list.
When crafting multiples of the same item or refining at any crafting station there is a longer cooldown between each item/refine, and even the visual cues that used to designate when you could craft/refine another item are not synced with the actual cooldown. For example: When crafting a glyph, the rune stone menu would "gray out" while the glyph was being crafted, but once the rune menu returned to bright, white text I could hit the 'X' button and craft another one. This is no longer the case and sometimes I have to hit the 'X' two or three times for the next item to be crafted.
I have been doing daily crafting writs on 10+ characters for almost two years and all have maxed hirelings, so I've been crafting items and accepting mail messages on a tremendous scale and have developed almost exacting muscle memory to get it done as efficiently as possible. Without the crafting add-ons PC players have, we have to manually button-punch for every single item crafted. This newly introduced delay may sound like a minor inconvenience and I'm nitpicking, but it's incredibly frustrating and has more than doubled my time to craft the necessary items on each character.
was this some type of intended side-effect from the DLC, or a newly introduced bug?
*Note: PC players may not have noticed this if using one of the various crafting add-ons, so before you say it's not affecting your platform let some people who still do things manually chime in (if any of those people actually exist).
Darkness Falls: The Crusade survivor (you young kids will never know the struggle of text-based games)