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12/14/17: US/UM Picker

The Favorite Pokémon Picker has now been updated with the new Pokémon/forms added in Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. The "Include spoilers" setting is now default off again, and if you have used the picker before with spoilers on, it will prompt you about whether you want to turn spoilers off or proceed with the new Pokémon included. This will probably be how I handle spoilers from now on; I think it's nicer than the previous way.

The unified sprite set used in the picker have also been updated to use the US/UM dex art for all Pokémon available in the games.

As always, let me know if you discover any bugs or oddities.

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Commenting on: 12-14-17

Hello! I'm the guy who suggested adding a Type filter to the Favorite Pokémon Picker.

I was thinking if it would be possible to use the animated sprites for it instead of the static Dex ones, as I think seeing a Pokémon moving really helps evaluating it when it comes to favorites. Maybe add the option to switch between Static Sprites, Animated Ones (maybe even add the option to use Sugimori art). I don't know if that would be too much work to be worth it, of course.

Also, I'd love if we could filter the Pokémon by evolution stages other than just excluding NFE.

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