Mouseover information shown in training queue


(Sgt Ocker) #1

Right now the mouse over information for skills in the training queue is all but useless. All it tells you is what the skill does, which is information the player has already decided is relevant or it wouldn’t be in the queue.

Idea; Since the use of injectors is something to be considered worthwhile (by many) it would be good to be able to see how many skill points are needed for each level of a skill in the training queue.

EG; I am currently training a couple of new cyno alts. In the queue is, CPU Management 4 and 5 (prerequisite for Cynosural Field Theory) and Cynosural Field Theory 1, 2 , 3 and 4. CPU Management has a total of 256,000 SP, Cynosural Field Theory has 1,280,000 but I only want to train it to lvl 4.

What I would like to be able to see when mousing over my skill Queue is just how many SP is required for each level -> Will buying 3 or 4 small injectors do what I want or do I need a large?

NB; I am aware I can see the SP needed by logging in a cyno alt and looking but it would be nice if the skills in training showed a little more than information already known.


(JC Mieyli) #2

dont you use evemon


(Sgt Ocker) #3

Really, what you take from a request for a QOL thing INGAME.
Use a 3rd party program, that may or may not go the way of others (EFT for example) and just end? When it could be provided in the skill queue so saving time and effort…


(JC Mieyli) #4

calm down dude im just saying you can do what you want with evemon
takes no time or effort
even tells you how many skill injectors you need
ccp said in the past they dont wanna tread on the toes of 3rd parties apps too much
eft is still going
youre overreacting


(Sgt Ocker) #5

EFT is still going - with hacks (Grippen hasn’t patched it since May 2016). The hack relies on you already having the latest Grippen version (May 2016) installed to work - If you don’t have it, you CAN’T GET EFT…
Now you may be happy to trust a hacked program, I’m not…

And CCP “not wanting to tread on toes”. It wouldn’t be anything more than a QOL thing provided by the game developers so people don’t have to rely on a 3rd party tool. Adding a little information to a section of the skill queue that currently provides no useful information isn’t going to “tread on anyone’s toes”.


(Odinegras) #6

Love the idea of fixing the trash skill queue, adding back in all the info that was removed, like you know how much sp to train a skill…