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Strange green areas/Naval and regular ships

Discussion in 'POTC: New Horizons Mod' started by Ambrois LeGaillard, Oct 15, 2017.

  1. Ambrois LeGaillard

    Ambrois LeGaillard Sailor Apprentice

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    1- When I make a character, usually under the ship there's a green area for the chosen name. Until this I have understood all, but when I go in the Ships panel, for change the given ship with another, I have found another green area.

    I have discovered this green area because I prefer other ships than Naval Brig, then I go to change the basic starting ship with another.

    Simply I don't know what doing with this second green area: I have to write something there?

    2- What is the difference between a Naval and a regular ship? and why they call Naval, maybe because are for the Navy?
     
  2. Pieter Boelen

    Pieter Boelen (Not So) Old Seadog Staff Member Administrator Storm Modder Hearts of Oak Donator

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    1. Screenshot, please?

    2. If you're referring to ship types, I think that is just to distinguish similarly named ship types that use different models.
     

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