@ghoulslayer2253 Downvotes are for any comment that someone thinks is bad. That's the only requirement. You can vote however you want; I'm going to keep downvoting any suggestions which I think are bad, questions that have been answered dozens of times, and problems that no one here can do anything about.
When I first saw the new layout, I pretty much hated it, but it's grown on me surprisingly fast. There are still obviously some issues to work out, but the new content in the update more than makes up for any complaints I have :)
@scorchx There's a button just below the game that says "Game Bug". The only reason to post them in the comments section is if you think that people who have nothing to do with the game will somehow be better able to fix the issue than the game's developers. And basically every question that gets voted down is answered in the game instructions, or has been asked and answered in the comments multiple times already. There may be some stupidity here, but it's coming from the people who can't be bothered to read, not the people who downvote worthless comments.
@MagicFubu I was assuming the jumpiness of the bar was by design, to keep it from being too easy. If it moved consistently, it would be pretty trivial to get almost full safely. This way, it's a much riskier and more difficult ability.
@AtlasRedux Or maybe it's just because it's been commented on dozens (if not hundreds) of times already. The developers know it's an issue, and they're working on it. Spamming the comment section doesn't help anything. Plus, given that it's a bug, people should be using the report bug feature, not the comment section.
I like the game so far, especially the RPG elements. But the game still feels somewhat unpolished (plenty of other people have already covered every complaint I have). If you can keep working on it, and fix the issues it has, then this could be one of the better idle game out there.
@Jomkiro Downvotes are how people say they disagree with something, not condemnation of you for making a comment. If you take it personally every time someone on the internet disagrees with you, you're going to have a bad time.