Dukasaur wrote:Cool stuff!
Before I install it, I ask: is it switchable? If I don't like it in some situations, can I readily switch it off without doing an uninstall?
You can always go to the Greasemonkey menu and click any script to enable or disable it. The checkmarks show which scripts are enabled. Then reload the page you are on. I suspect, though, that you might never turn it off, since so many maps already have light troop circles where the white outline is barely noticeable.
i just install it and it adds a circle whiteness function to the Map Options menu.
The opacity is graded in 10% steps from 0 to 100% (100% being a full circle around the numbers)
I checked it on my Salem and Rail Asia map and it is hardly noticeable on those maps because they already have almost white army shadows.
I think it is fantastic!
Well done on finding this ender516 and to whomever developed it.
Actually, the circle whiteness function is part of BOB, but I do see how that might be useful in making the white outline from C4 less obvious where it is not needed. Anyway, thanks for your kind words. The C4 script (BOOM, baby!) is my own work. The link is to sherkaner's github account because that is where we are trying to maintain as many CC scripts as possible, with the hope that more scripters with access will provide more timely updates.