Colour and Positions
Any chance of you putting in an option so we can pick what colours we want as the background and other coulored places? Also it looks very untidy where thing have been put...which if fine...but being able to choose ourselves where we want stuff would be better...like if we could click and drag them around the screen to where we want them...it's a great idea and i love the extended map and chat box....just to bad it's an eye sore D= wish i understood the script language so i could understand how it works cos my suggestions may be impossible D= oh and the way you have over come the PoC being in the way is great =D you don't need it if you are on the map (cos you can't build from there) and while in city or field view I can see it perfect =D
On a note about screen real estate, how do I find attacks from the watchtower? I had someone attack and the watchtower part is missing. I think when you removed the newbie guide, it also removed the watchtower.
Also the newer version of KOC attacker added onto the tabs where invite, buy gems, etc was, so moving that bar to the bottom has also moved the options and auto attack to the bottom. And now the options button is replicating across the bottom for some reason.
Yeah, the colors were just scrolling through the list of what's available in Firebug, and none of them are all that great, 'cuz they are all from the web-safe palette.
They can all be coded in hexadecimal for a better look, but I haven't gotten there.
At the moment, I'm mostly trying to find the locations for the elements. I'm sorry if it's not the easiest to handle.
You can easily open the script in Notepad, or whatever you use. (I'm currently using gedit) Look for any mention of color and type in whatever you like.
Hex codes can be found here:
I'd like to put a menu in so you can set your own.
As I say, I haven't gotten that far yet. 4th of July and all, then a death in the family, so...
I'll return the 'beginner protection' notice and see if it clears up the watchtower issue. I hadn't noticed. Thanks for pointing it out.