There are a lot of references in articles about hitting a button to do something. I was thinking about ideas on how to give information about which button to hit (by default) without adding too many words to the text.
A template could add a small icon next to the text, which (when hovered over) will show the key/button/mouse combo you need to press to perform the function. The template would need to draw the icon, with a caption that lists the buttons for each platform (PC/XBOX/PS, etc). The arguments for the template would define the buttons.
Is this something you can do? Or is it too complicated?
The font is Helvetica UltraCompressed. I did all the modifications myself in Photoshop, took only a couple of minutes.
By the way, I just changed the background of the header to an image (it's the Grass texture from FS17, recolored to sort of match the old header color). I went through several different adjustments to the image, and I'm still not sure it looks any good. What do you think?
In the menu bar, click "Window" -> "Character". This will pop up the text adjustment panel. It has a button there that looks like an italicized letter "T", which makes any font slanted.
Alternatively, you can use "Transform" -> "Skew" to italicize... well... anything you want, really. With this method you can then decide exactly how much slant you need!
The process I use on the images really isn't that complicated and only takes about 15 seconds for each image. If you're using Photoshop, I can probably teach you how to do it with just a couple of instructions. Then you can create and upload them yourself.
BTW, I do still think that we should upload all of the original store images to this Wiki - I just don't think they should appear on Equipment articles, as I explained earlier. The only problem is the naming scheme - the FS17_[brand]-[model].png is just the syntax I'm using for the processed images, and I hope to keep it that way. You could upload the original files under any other naming scheme, such as FS17_[brand]-[model]_store.png or anything like that - and use them wherever they are appropriate.
I don't know. There's bound to be places where they would make more sense than the processed images. For instance, I think the List of Tractors looks better with original images because they show the difference in size between tractors (to some extent, anyway).