ORIGINAL: Saint Ruth
I am playing some larger scenarios, and I have a suggestion for a new movement feature. During planning, I make my move orders, and as my plan develops, sometimes I see a better way to achieve my objectives. If I want to change a move order for a unit that I did moves for many moves back from the current move order, I would have to undue all the moves to get back to the unit I want to change. It would be nice if at a minimum, there was a "cancel move" button for each unit, so I could re-set its movement.
Ah, there is. Press U to undo. Backspace removes one single move, U removed all moves (U also removes an entire battle, backspace will just remove a single unit from that battle).
I did not know the U button will remove an entire battle. That is very helpful.
The undue move buttons are very handy for undoing a move right after I made the move, and maybe any previous moves to the current one. I am looking for a way to cancel a move that is maybe 20 moves before the current move. Sometimes during planning I will make moves, and then realize I want to move a unit that I set a path for 20 moves ago to a different move path. I don't know a way to cancel that previous move without canceling all 20 moves made after it. It would be nice if I could go to the unit and hit a button that is embedded in each unit to cancel the move.