Originally Posted by boourns
I'd consider abbreviated stat names for advanced users. Maybe if you have selected icon only mode. For newer players, the abbreviations would be hella confusing
This is exactly the issue we'd like to pursue; customization hidden in layers. Only a player who's already comfortable with the interface and the game is going to know where every button is and tweak the exact HUD scales, keyboard layouts, and things like that to their preference; while any new player is just going to roll with what they see. There are even some pro players who, for all of their mechanical skill, still haven't realized there is a Grid Layout button.
As long as you put these options are tucked away behind menus, out of the immediate
sight of new players, they are not going to pose problems for getting immersed into the game. Honestly, the Grid Layout button shouldn't even be in the shop itself, it should be in the Interfaces menu, next to the "Compact Filters" button under a "Shop Options" heading.
You could even consider hiding some of these menu options behind ANOTHER button in the menus labelled "Show Advanced Options."
On another issue: If/when Riot implements their own built-in Item Changer, there should be a checkbox for a "global recommended loadout" that, when toggled, uses that global loadout on every
champion (not overwriting any previous loadouts of course, just substitution). The purpose of this would be to allow what many players have dreamed of: A simple implementation of a "tree" system where you could have organize everything by 3 categories: Basic Items, Consumables, and Other (Doran's, Hex Core, etc...) which many players would love since we maneuver between items by what they build into/from.