Steps to reproduce:
- Start playing a single-player mode such as Practice as Midori
- Activate Midori’s Dragon Form
- Pause and open the Move List.
Midori’s moves for Dragon Form are shown, and Midori’s name is green instead of tan to signify this. The sign below the move list says “↑ Show Human Form Moves ↓”. Pressing up or down will switch to showing the moves for Human Form.
As expected, Midori’s moves for Dragon Form are shown, and Midori’s name is green instead of tan to signify this. But the sign below the move list says “↑ Show Dragon Form Moves ↓”. Pressing up or down doesn’t switch away from showing Dragon Form moves. After this, move-list switching works.
The green-tan distinction for Midori’s name is subtle; it is not easy to tell which form’s moves I am viewing at a glance. I could theoretically tell from the sign below the list, but the sign displays the opposite form as the move I am viewing, making this impractical. So apart from fixing this bug, I suggest displaying “Dragon Form” or “Human Form” above the move list, next to Midori’s name.
screenshot after opening the move list from Dragon Form:
macOS with Xbox 360 controller