(Though installing Stylish is recommended, Greasemonkey users can also install this style as user script.)
To use this style, install Stylish.
To use this style, first install Stylish.
(Though installing Stylish is recommended, TamperMonkey users can also install this style as user script.)
|Created||Mar 24, 2010|
|Updated||Sep 20, 2012|
|Installs (this week)||67|
1) It hides the original moon picture (the tiny little blot).
2) It puts a picture of a planet (the same size as the original planet) to the right and slightly downwards of the picture of the planet, around which the moon orbits. I have used one of the pictures of the dry planets in the game that is most similar to Earth's moon. I can't use an original moon picture, because there isn't one with the right size (30x30). There are sizes only 16x16, 48x48 and bigger.
3) It moves the picture of the yellow wrench (that indicates that some building is being built on the planet) a bit to the left, so that it doesn't overlap our picture.
4) It moves the picture of the yellow triangle (that indicates that the planet is under hostile action - attack or espionage) up and a bit to the right, so that it isn't obscured by our picture.
Once you install this script, you'll notice that (a) all your moons look alike in the planet selector and (b) their look has nothing to do with the pictures of these moons that you see in Overview or in Fleet Movement.
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