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M0NS
03-17-2004, 08:32 AM
Dear Oleg,

Would it be possible to replace the colored icons for home bases with flags or symbols, for example a Red Star, Black Cross, Stars And Stripes, Union Jack etc? As it is now with the addition of Japanese planes, there is often a little confusion about which color represents which country in dogfight servers. For some people - red color is more logic for a Japanese base but then you can't select Japanese colors on the stationary planes. It would be nice with some flags. Thank you for your time. http://ubbxforums.ubi.com/images/smiley/16x16_smiley-happy.gif

S!

M0NS

"So when Diogenes perceived that he was greatly excited and quite keyed up in mind with expectancy, he toyed with him and pulled him about in the hope that somehow he might be moved from his pride and thirst for glory and be able to sober up a little. For he noticed that at one time he was delighted, and at another grieved at the same thing, and that his soul was as unsettled as the weather at the solstices when both rain and sunshine come from the very same source."

(Dio Chrysostom "Discourse" 4.77-78)

M0NS
03-17-2004, 08:32 AM
Dear Oleg,

Would it be possible to replace the colored icons for home bases with flags or symbols, for example a Red Star, Black Cross, Stars And Stripes, Union Jack etc? As it is now with the addition of Japanese planes, there is often a little confusion about which color represents which country in dogfight servers. For some people - red color is more logic for a Japanese base but then you can't select Japanese colors on the stationary planes. It would be nice with some flags. Thank you for your time. http://ubbxforums.ubi.com/images/smiley/16x16_smiley-happy.gif

S!

M0NS

"So when Diogenes perceived that he was greatly excited and quite keyed up in mind with expectancy, he toyed with him and pulled him about in the hope that somehow he might be moved from his pride and thirst for glory and be able to sober up a little. For he noticed that at one time he was delighted, and at another grieved at the same thing, and that his soul was as unsettled as the weather at the solstices when both rain and sunshine come from the very same source."

(Dio Chrysostom "Discourse" 4.77-78)