I need to lower the version number

posted on May 8th, 2013, 4:55 am
What file do I open to adjust where the version number line is sitting on the main menu?

I have changed the wall paper my Armada Fleet operations uses for it's main menus and I need to lower the version number down.

Also side question is there a way to add an option to change the theme in Fleet operations with out having multiple mods?

Such as Game options Theme.
posted on May 8th, 2013, 10:58 am
You cannot adjust the displayed version number without a mod loaded.
See http://guide.fleetops.net/guide/modding ... s/settings for details on how to modify the displayed version number with a mod module.
You could still modify the graphics of the main menu without using a mod. Here, too: It is recommended to create a new mod module if you intend to change game files. You might otherwise be not able to play online. Plus it is a lot easier to revert to a working version if you keep the modified files separate. Files related to the game shell reside in the data\bitmaps directory.
posted on May 8th, 2013, 11:31 am
It is for a mod I want to know what file has the value for the version numbers location in it so either I can lower it down or move it up and to the left.
Also I am not talking about the Displayed number I am talking about it's physical location.
posted on May 8th, 2013, 12:12 pm
oh :D sorry, there is no build-in option to achieve that
posted on May 8th, 2013, 12:17 pm
Well in the list of things I wanted to achieve but have found out I can't.
1: Ability to control a single ship with the key board in cinematic view.
2: Change the position of the version number.
3: Also based on your reply's looks like adding an option for different themes for the menus looks out too.
4: Ability to land on Planets and build bases and to battle there.

"Well guess these thing will have to wait till I am better off economically to be able to buy the 3D rendering software and start making my own new game."

Got a filling what I have in mind for story mode might come up as can't be done too.

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