Removing items from global queue not working properly if building has both units and technologies in the queue

Edit: See @Mocca0’s issue below

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:arrow_forward: GAME INFORMATION

  • BUILD #: 42848
  • PLATFORM: Microsoft Store
  • OS: Windows 10

:arrow_forward: ISSUE EXPERIENCED

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The new feature to remove units from the global queue by ctrl clicking them is really cool, but sometimes the wrong thing gets removed. As an example, if you add 3 villagers then loom, then ctrl click loom, it removes a villager instead of loom.

:arrow_forward: FREQUENCY OF ISSUE

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100% repro

:arrow_forward: REPRODUCTION STEPS

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Here’s the steps to reproduce the issue:

  1. Start a game.
  2. Add 3 villagers to the queue.
  3. Add loom to the queue.
  4. Ctrl click loom from the global queue.
    Notice that a villager gets removed instead of loom. (See the gif attached at the bottom)

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What you are saying that its working as intended. Its supposed to remove units from the queue, not upgrades and technologies. Before you post a bug maybe inform about the intended function before…

No, it’s not. Ctrl+clicking an item should never remove a different item from the queue than the one selected. If that is intended behavior, it’s bad design. Technologies can be Ctrl+clicked, but the bug is that it’s not working properly in buildings with both units and technologies queued.


Thanks Kinquest. Loom is properly removed if it’s the only thing in the queue, so I think you’re right.

Thank you for the report and for the detailed investigation! Our team is investigating this issue. :+1:


Thank you! Good to know the dev team is investigating it.

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