Author Topic: Team members and other projects in AGS database  (Read 1522 times)

Radiant

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Currently in the games database, if you first see the people who made a game, then pick somebody and click to see what other games he's worked on, the layout may glitch. There are two columns, the left for games, and the right for that person's role within that game. If the person has worked on some games with long titles (such as this one, open any of the other-games list within the credits), then this will take up two lines in the left column, so it will no longer match with the right.

Aside from that, I believe the layout would be nicer if the text "<NAME> has worked on 54748 other games" was displayed to the right of the credits instead of in the middle. Surely with contemporary screen resolutions that will fit.

selmiak

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Re: Team members and other projects in AGS database
« Reply #1 on: 04 Feb 2014, 14:55 »
Currently in the games database, if you first see the people who made a game, then pick somebody and click to see what other games he's worked on, the layout may glitch. There are two columns, the left for games, and the right for that person's role within that game. If the person has worked on some games with long titles (such as this one, open any of the other-games list within the credits), then this will take up two lines in the left column, so it will no longer match with the right.

+1
stuff the tabular data into tables, makes lining it up so much easier ;)

I like the 2 lines layout for the other games though.