Usually with graphics bugs like this typing /reload into the chat window will refresh the graphics so you can see your lost ship/road/settlement/etc.
If you are using the turn timer, you should probably wait until you pass the dice to use it though so your turn timer doesn't run out. It's also nice to do it that way if you aren't using the timer so the other players don't have to wait on your board to refresh.
Why the language of the app not respect the prefered order of languages of the device, the normal must be to respect the order list. Now if don’t have a regular language in first position the language appears always in english. In my case my second language is spanish but if I want to play in this language I must to change the language in the device.
I have had similar things happen with real dice. If you want more even distribution in custom matches you can turn on "card stack".
You have to remember the dice have no memory. They don't know what they rolled previously. Each roll is independent. Probability doesn't predict outcomes, it is only a mathematical representation of what the likelihood of something happening is. Winning the lottery is a one in billions chance, yet it still happens.
Also, that math is only a somewhat accurate representation when the sample size is large enough. You need several hundreds or thousands of rolls before probability calculations can come close to representing reality.
@Jayneck That's just the math part for probability calculations. The problem is too many people assume that such calculations will be accurate predictors in the short run, but they aren't.
For any given roll, the odds of a specific number coming up would be as you posted - and the dice have no memory, so they don't know what they rolled previously.
For the calculations to be even close to accurate predictors you need a large sample size - several hundred, or even a thousand rolls. For a normal game of Catan (usually less than 100 rolls) probability calculations are pretty much useless.
Another thing people forget is that a low probability isn't the same as not possible. The chance of hitting all six numbers in the lottery are one in a few million, but it still happens.
Again this is entirely false.
The feeling of the dice being against you is likely due to a victim mindset that you hold in your life.
The algorithms are as random as they get for every player.
The amount of effort it would take to “rig” and immense algorithm like this would not be worth it.
You likely notice when something goes badly because you are already always looking for that. It’s likely the same in your life.
My unsolicited advice for you and your conspiracy theories,
Take a moment and notice the positives of a situation. Realize not everyone has the same experience as you, and try to hang onto the positive experiences.
You click on your icon and a whole selection of options about your play comes up including ELO ratings. I wouldn't bother or worry about your ELO ratings as they are very corrupt if you are not paying for the games. If you are in for the free games you will lose often enough no matter how well you play. The dice roles will benefit those who pay and crush those who do not. Platinum level is the highest you can reach when you are playing for free.
Poor program design. I can only get into the game at nightime. During the day, forget it. Obviously some do get in, but it is likely reserved for the paying players. Free get kicked to the back of the line.