Since I'm currently playing a game with Autocracy and wanted to check the current state of the Autocracy diplomatic game specifically, among other things, I've noticed a great annoyance: tributing City States requires having a certain amount of units within a certain range, among many other factors; the "value" of a unit for this purpose will change from turn to turn (with a tendency toward being devalued as the CS creates more of his own units or upgrades them and increases his City Strength). This means one needs to often check the relevant menu of the CS to see what the current numerical breakdown is, both to gauge if the units are within range and if they are still enough for the planned tribute demand. Currently the only indicator of this outside of the menu is the CS banner icon, which will turn yellow if the CS is afraid and thus willing to yield to a tribute demand. However, this only happens once the threshold is crossed and is thus useless for most of the preparatory unit movement and it doesn't help at all if the player chose Autocracy and has access to the Tyranny policy, which allows tributing friendly City States (as their icons won't change when Friendly or Allied). Checking the menu is tiresome as it requires aiming the mouse at four different buttons (two clicks, one mouse over and one click to close the menu, which can also be done with 'Esc') and may be required literally dozens of times in one turn if multiple City States are planned to be tributed. So I've created a solution: I simply added the tribute breakdown for the "normal" tribute to the City Strength tool tip: This makes sense thematically, as City Combat Strength does influence those numbers and the tool tip previously only contained the "City Combat Strength" text. This way checking the current status for tributing takes only a single mouse over, which is much quicker and much less annoying and it is rather easy to do in the code. By simply subtracting 50 from the grand total the player will know the status of "Heavy Tribute". However, I don't know whether my autistic tendencies ( ) and preferences are shared by others so I thought I'd ask around before making a pull request on GitHub (which may very well be denied, but a positive reaction here could carry some weight for this). So: Would you like to see this implemented in VP (EUI)? If the reaction is positive I would make the relevant pull requests, but only for VP (EUI) and 43 Civs (EUI) as changing the other "modes" (CP only, CP+CBP only, 43 Civs with CP only, 43 Civs without EUI and full VP without EUI) would require more complicated code additions and those modes are more minimalist, UI-wise, anyway, so I don't want to bother people who dislike EUI and prefer clicking through a gazillion useless menus with my UI enhancements .