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"Login failed for unknown reason" error
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A bug that involved Romulan Liberated Borg captains and their skills once they chose an ally
Often times when I'm fighting I run into a problem. My ship has double cannons on the front of it, which are my primary weapons of attack. If I turn away from the enemies because my forward shields are dying, I'm not nearly as effective with my other weapons. (I understand that this is the point of the limited targeting arc). Here is my question...
While firing my weapons I can constantly click the forward shields button over and over again to push power to my front shields, is there a way we can set it to automatically do this? For example I could right click the forward shields and that would automatically divert power to *only* the forward shields?
Maybe I'm missing the point of the targeting arcs and the rerouting power to shields, but I just wondered this as I was fighting and had no forward shields left and perfectly fine shields everywhere else. I said to myself, shouldn't there be a way that I can tell it to divert power to forward shields instead of saving it for the sides?
Just to clarify I'm not saying that the computer should automatically divert power to any low shields, I'm saying that you should be able to "prioritize" shield power and have the computer react accordingly. (IE Forward Shields - Top Priority ; Right Shields - Second Priority ; etc)
It would be nice to have the prioritize ability that you described, I think. For just routing power manually, I recently discovered the arrow keys control that (Up arrow for forward shields etc..). Hope that helps