Oh, you have to change the files to get this?... I'll see how brave I'm feeling at some point, or maybe I'll just persevere and tough it out.
Yes, you can edit the bdg text file. It is a more detailed way to change the game configuration.
Some lines or merely ON or OFF switch choices.
Some lines allow the player to change "effects" by altering value numbers.
You should not be afraid of fiddling with the bdg text file. Always a good idea to back the bdg text file up, before messing with it.
I am very familiar with it, editing it, for mine own choices, since 2001. Even some of us old BDG members say.. "Mein Gott! Der bdg text file ist sehr bloaten!!"
It is huge, and can seem intimidating.
Fear not! Buddye and I come to this forum every day. We will help and guide you.
Done and done! That's much better thanks, the white is probably the best choice for me. I did wonder about the clouds, but I can even see it against those so great stuff.
White is always a good choice.
I read this somewhere:
"White light contains light of all frequencies. In that sense, white is a combination of all colors.
Black objects absorb light of all frequencies. This means that very little light is reflected from them. Black is the absence of reflected light."
My Mom advised me early on as a lad learning how to walk..:
"Do NOT look into the eye of the SUN! She will burn your eyes out!"
My Dad, when I was 10 years old, I asked him if he truly believed in God, told me
"See the Sun? That is the only god I know that keeps me warm and alive. Don't look directly into His eye. He will burn you."
I confess that I did, and still do.. steal some quick glances into the eye of the Sun,
to try and see what is inside it.
I think I'm ok now I can see the info Stickman. Very nice of you to offer to put yourself out though.
My wish is to help other folk. That is the only way I truly know how to find God.
Since these Badger (Badger .. which is a German call sign for the 3rd Staffel in a BoBII LW formation)
I have Gooogled Color Blindness.
Before I knew nothing! Now I know a little bit more about it. I Thank Thee, Badger.
This is one simulator for color blindness. Had to see something new, never witnessed before.http://www.webexhibits.org/causesofcolor/2.html
Marine Corps (Viet Nam era enlisted man's creed) :
"Kill Something Every Day, No Matter How Insignificant!"
I took this creed and used it later as a Mechanic Worker.
"Learn Something Every Day, No Matter How Insignificant!"
"Fix Something Every Day, No Matter How Insignificant!"
There is a Lover's creed, which no one taught me, but I knew it by instinct:
"Please the Lady first, then you shall be Pleased!"