From: Winnipeg, MB
I think your question can be taken in a number of different ways.... Do you mean the whole move for an entire turn or a land move, sea move, air move.... I'm guessing you mean an entire move, but as I'm not sure, I'll defer until you respond with clarity. Hal
Part of the answer depends on how OCD you are or how poor your memory is. I visit most bases each turn to refresh my memory on what is there, what needs there are looming, what can be upgraded, Air Unit fatigue of pilots and aircraft, LCU fatigue and disruption from malaria (which in turn affects morale), etc. I monitor TFs too, but a rollover is usually enough. The guys who turn out several turns a day can't be doing that much monitoring and will have far fewer clicks.
You can reduce clicks by using some of the tools that the game gives you- like 'set all (aircraft type) in this hex' or setting percentages by the text box that opens up the complete range of percentages for you to choose the one you want. The latter is three clicks - open the box, choose, click the done button. That is often less than incrementing the percentage 10% at a time using the buttons below that text option.
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