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  • teman7740
    Original poster 2 posts

    Hey everyone,

    first of all I would like to apologize for my probaly bad english, since it's not my native language.

    Second, I'd like to suggest that, we need (at least in my opinion) the updated notifications from GU9 also for "Attack"-Events.

    The notification for a ship arriving in a session now includes the type and name of the ship as well as an icon of the session.

    GU9 / General Improvements https://anno-union.com/updates/game-update-9/: (https://anno-union.com/updates/game-update-9)

    I have the following situation (maybe someone knows a solution for?):
    I'm playing coop with a friend in a full 5 session game. We split the sessions per player, i. e. i'm playing the old & new world (and probaly Enbesa). For various reasons we have some war against the AI and the pirates going on and for this reason a mess of "Your Ship is beeing attacked", "Your buildings are beeing attackt" notifications. It's a bit annoying to localize every event - most of the time both of us check it simulanionsly.
    The probally best solution (at least in my opinion) should be the "improved" notifcation banner, that conains the at least the session. I would be totally fine, if the banner icon also could display the small session icon. But of course - the more information you get, the better it would be.

    Thanks for reading and with the best greetings,
    teman

    Sidenote: This is a repost from the old forum, which was closed shortly after my initial post. Since this suggestion is not implemented (or issue is not solved for us) yet, it's worth to bring it up again.

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  • teman7740
    Original poster 2 posts

    Since editing is only possible 10 minutes after posting, here is a further sidenote. Not as important as the suggestion mentioned above, but also an issue:
    The notification for fire, riots or diseases does also not mention the concerning island.

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