Since Wednesday, September 2 and the deployment of patch 10.18 on LoL, there is a bug showing a white squares in LoL…
You are not dreaming and it is not your computer that has the problem! Since the 10.18 of League of Legends (LoL), almost all players encounter a bug: when a kill is carried out, instead of seeing a player’s portrait appear, they see a white square … which has no neither tail nor head. But now it has been fixed
We just pushed out a micropatch that should fix the white boxes showing up in the kill announcements instead of champion portraits. Thanks for those of you reporting it to us.
The issue looked similar to this:
The problem should be fixed for everyone but if it still persists with you then try restarting the game client or your computer.
10.18 Champion Name Change
There have been a lot of requests from developers, now these requests have finally been heard. Significant changes have been made to the live servers with the 10.18 League of Legends update, however, there are minor details that have not been included in the patch notes. Fans have been waiting for years for one of these, but they’ve finally been given the opportunity to customize what the game prints over the characters.
Before 10.18, players could only choose from two options. Either the LoL wrote the summoners name over the heroes or nothing. However, a third option has arrived since Wednesday morning, and can now be set to show the hero’s name in the game. If anyone’s desire so far has been to simply have an “Ashe” caption over the champ’s head instead of names like “xXxSwagYolo420xXx,” then you don’t have to wait any longer.
As of 10.18 it is now possible to show the champion name instead of the summoner name above a champion’s health bar from leagueoflegends
It’s a tiny change, but it’s a very simple feature that has long been begged on the largest community forum for Riot. Setting it up is also a snap, all you have to do is change the summoner name to a hotkey, then after the start of the match you can press the button to select the version the summoner name – hero name – from the options you like.
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