Sort province overview panel by selected-provinces

  • Enable the player to do the following:


    If one selects multiple provinces on the map itself, when you open the province overview panel, have the option to sort the list by the selected provinces. As of now, the default sorting is by name.

    With the option to show the list sorted by "selected", the player has a quick and very helpful overview of buildings and constrution & production status of each province.

  • Enable the player to do the following:


    If one selects multiple provinces on the map itself, when you open the province overview panel, have the option to sort the list by the selected provinces. As of now, the default sorting is by name.

    With the option to show the list sorted by "selected", the player has a quick and very helpful overview of buildings and constrution & production status of each province.

    Agree with this...Right Mouse Button Drag RMB + ctrl high-lights a given area of which you can then go into Admin Panel to ei. disable all railroads or recruiting offices, or to build arty or forts in designated provinces especially using HC Queue however it would be nice to have those provinces highlighted listed in the Province admin panel rather than in alphabetical order.... It still works to use CTRL + RMB drag and to manipulate the province builds and Queue hoever they are far down the list of provinces...also I notice in Legacy you see 10 provinces in panel , in ne UI you see only 5 provinces in the Admin panel.


    We have kinda hit on this same topic in the following link > Managing Several Province / Areas/ Builds/ Production **Managing Several Provinces Area's / Builds**

  • also I notice in Legacy you see 10 provinces in panel , in ne UI you see only 5 provinces in the Admin panel.

    That's why the new UI sucks. Everything is just so unnecessarly big and "space-taking" - where the legacy UI is awesome in it's simplicity! But that's a whole different topic ...


    Just to add a visual example of what we say:

    The 4 selected provinces are on various positions in the overview panel.