No pictures...takes far too much time to crop and scan and everything else. also, it increases the file size.
These are intended to be letter-size pages, not the cards that we were trying earlier.
I should clarify that I have no idea if a tournament Bin'Tak will be any different from a campaign Bin'Tak, this is just an example using the SFOS stats. I haven't seen any info on the new fleet lists.
For the missiles and emines with variable loads I leave some fo the spaces blank. When its converted to PDF I can then go in and put in a drop down box that allows you to select the type of missile or mine you want. I wan't looking for that level of detail yet so I just left out that step.
ah, thats cool then. I have some games on Saturday I'll take a copy of this one for my Bin Tak, then the older style for the other ships, and see which works best.
Wonder how Pixelgeek is getting on with his Cards?
Yeah they look nice, definatly like the idea of grouping the criticals together. Not sure on the weapons layout to be honest, i prefered it in a list it makes it harder to read. Apart from that nice work!
Color is good, don't like the way weapons are done. The list style is easer. I like having hull and crew together, easier.
Note on the standard PDF's from my wife (who just started playing) - It would be nice if each of the three ships that can be tracked were color coded. A nice light background color on each would help them stand out.
most color printers have an option to print in grayscale, it's typically under some kind of advanced print setting. I'd like to do them in color. I think the challenge will be finding colors that "translate" well into greyscale print. A lot of people in a common office environment will have access to a laser printer but not a color one, which are usually far more expensive.