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Confirmed [33933] Wrong event banner images


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Game version: v1.116-beta.5-(8b5e42c) - html5_ax3 (2020-10-13 16:30)
HTML5 Yes/No: Yes
Game world: Beta 1
Browser/IOS/Android + version: Firefox 78.0.2
Flash Player version:
Operating System or Mobile Device: Windows 10
Screen resolution: 1980*720
Account name: iDavis
Humans or Elves: Humans

Reproducibility: 5/5

Quest title: (if applicable)

Current situation:
When clicking on the event (halloween) banner and not releasing mouse button right after, but moving cursor away from the banner and then clicking on it cause changes of how do banner picture behaves - after that, if you hover over it, instead of hover_over_banner picture appearing, appears click_on_banner picture (the faded one).

Expected situation:
The faded image appears even after steps described above.

Reproduction Steps:
1. Hover over event banner image (and notice how does the image change)
2. Click on the banner image (just mouse down)
3. Move cursor away from it
4. Release button somewhere
5. Move cursor back (hover over banner image) and notice that the image is different


QA Moderator
Elvenar Team
Is it possible to make a screenshot/movie of this?
I cannot reproduce it, not on chrome and not on firefox


I can reproduce it but it's hard to see in screenshots:




Seems at 5 the image still thinks the mouse button is down even though it was release at 4


QA Moderator
Elvenar Team
So maybe I'm just blind, im not seeing what is wrong, in your movie i see how it works for me, but i dont see the bug.
It keeps going to lighted with mouse over, to unlighted when out, even after the dragging?

Anyway I'm just gonna confirm it since you guys see it, and the movie and screenshots shows what you are supposed to see.


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The bug starts appearing from 0:12, instead of getting lighted (like in 0:01) it´s getting the smaller picture, and that shouldn´t happen.