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TOPIC: Token Exchange and Color Blindness

Token Exchange and Color Blindness 1 month 3 weeks ago #1

Let me preface this message by stating that I am at least partially color blind. It's always entertaining trying to pick out those hidden number things on the internet color blind tests. My wife gets a good laugh.

Am I the only one that finds it difficult seeing the color difference between common and uncommon tokens? I know I can look this stuff up on token lists and the token database and such, but that takes up valuable time that I can waste elsewhere. I end up just handing them to my wife. She sighs and then tells me which are green and which are not. Any other color options out there besides very dark green? Thanks.

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Token Exchange and Color Blindness 1 month 3 weeks ago #2

Actually it has gotten much better. When you look at some of the older tokens it can be really difficult to discriminate the colors.
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Token Exchange and Color Blindness 1 month 3 weeks ago #3

I am also partially color blind. It’s very subtle. It causes no pain. It’s probably the only affliction that we don’t even know we have until someone else tells us.

My wife used to almost argue with me before she realized. Now we just have a new color. If something is blue to the rest of the world but I think it’s purple, we just call it “blurple” and move on. I now have an idea when something might be blurple instead of purple, but I’m not always right.

The dark blue plastic of 5-point relics? That’s a shade of blurple.

After my cataract surgery the sky now looks blue instead of grayish green but blurple is still a thing.

But I’m lucky compared to the guy I work with who has the old red-green colorblindness. He can’t tell them apart to save his life.

Bob’s right, some old green uncommons look like black commons.

We recently added the transmute codes to tokens, e.g. MS means Mystic Silk, and I think everyone loves them. I sure do. For 2021, can we just add a single letter (C, U, R) for rarity? Like, “MS-C” or “MS-R”? Or ... something?
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Token Exchange and Color Blindness 1 month 3 weeks ago #4

I'm in the same boat here. When I need to transmute tokens, I'm always looking them up on tokendb to see what their rarity is.

There's already some rarity symbols/distinctions to some of the tokens, adding them to the commons/uncommons/rares would be a big help.

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Token Exchange and Color Blindness 1 month 3 weeks ago #5

I would LOVE a number on the token...so, 1-40 are standard pack commons, 41-80 SP UC, etc...lining up with the predetermined token collection check sheet for each year.
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Token Exchange and Color Blindness 1 month 3 weeks ago #6

for the newer tokens

if it has MH or DS...it will be a common

if it has OE or EB it will be uncommon

those are for sure
so that is a start..AI,AP,EM,DP,MS,PS still will have to be figured out
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Token Exchange and Color Blindness 1 month 2 weeks ago #7

Dragon6483 wrote: I would LOVE a number on the token...so, 1-40 are standard pack commons, 41-80 SP UC, etc...lining up with the predetermined token collection check sheet for each year.


I love this idea of numbers on tokens as much as it scares me that the print version will be off from the final token list and what hairs that will raise for folks.
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Token Exchange and Color Blindness 1 month 2 weeks ago #8

I too am Color Blind (Red/Green). Token sorting has always been a bit of a chore. Luckily my wife helps me with the common vs. uncommon problem. I have also done a lot of looking up on TokenDB.

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