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transport/grpc: support option.WithAPIKey

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Created at 1 month ago
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Sort by tiers not very useful

Use case: I want to make an Ursa Furiosa build with 10 resilience and 10 intellect, and maximize tiers of all other stats.

This is currently not possible by sorting by tiers, as the tiers column counts the number of tiers for that build, without regard for unused mod slots.

Another example: find all maxed tier builds using all 5 stat mods that have 10 recovery.

I propose changing "Tiers" to "Max Tiers". The "Tiers" column is not useful to sort by because there may be a different number of stat mods applied in the list of builds.

Suppose there are X "Available Modslot limitation" Given a build that has Y tiers using Z mod slots, Max Tiers = Y+(X-Z)

image image In this case, "Max Tiers" would report 37.

image In this case, "Max Tiers" would report 30.

Created at 1 month ago
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Sort by tiers not very useful

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Created at 1 month ago
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Loadout mods for unequipped armor (and subclass?)

Proposed change

Allow mods to be slotted into unequipped armor in a loadout. Less important but also good would be to set up multiple subclasses.

How does this fit into your workflow?

Needed for situations where hot swapping armor is a thing. For example, in DSC I swap to a loadout using Cuirass for the 2nd encounter and to Aeon Safe for final encounter. Currently able to get all of this set up by using loadouts for each encounter and equipping all of them while in orbit, but would be nice to have a single loadout to cover all encounters.

Created at 2 months ago