Like I said when I updated that message immediately after posting it, the problem was how it was changing the color category to land when you changed its type to land. The problem was resolved quite some time back and it was never about the settings but the order in which they were applied.
Changes nothing - it already had that identity and as soon as I change it to a Land, it gets thrown to lands. Ah, but if it is in lands already, I can change the category to green to make it work. If I do it in the other order, changing it to a land changes the colour category to 'land' automatically.
my main issue is that I cannot label in-colour cards as lands because all lands get organised to colourless.
How do you mean? You can put moneky village in green.
Yeah and I have - and I just tested. If I make its type 'Land', it gets organized under all the other lands. I could not find a better sorting method to do this than the default 'Color Category + Types-Multicolor'.
CubeTutor is still better to use but yeah, it is slow to update as new sets come out. There is also the fact that the creator has admitted the site is not sustainable because of its back end architecture using some outdated framework or what have you. So, I moved to CubeCobra in part because that can be expected to improve while CubeTutor has peaked and can only stagnate.
I agree that the AI on CubeCobra is not as good. Though, my main issue is that I cannot label in-colour cards as lands because all lands get organised to colourless.