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"Any reason the Week Championship is left out?"
Because nobody suggested an appropriate badge yet :-) and I used up the TdF ones.

"1 suggestion - perhaps re-order them?"


Nah they're all equal (and alphabetical)

"Edit: I think you can surely include Service yourself 76T..."


I figure some are by nomination :-)

--- Last Edited by 76Trombones at 2011-12-10 00:39:39 ---
White Jersey for Week Champ #1??

Just seems like putting all the rank related together, same with like Arctic/Antarctic Circle, made sense - I saw they were alphabetical. Not so much about equality as there seem a few categories, rank related, nav related etc...

What did you use to write it - I recently did an app (creates the podium pics), and writing the image to file was a 1-liner... (I think)
I help develop the client interface for the best online ocean racing sim there is... __/)/)_/)__
Gentlemen... may I also suggest a link on the home page (either as a separate tab at the top or as a Section link below the Mobile Client section) titled Honour Badges?

In this section would be the badge pic, description and the instruction as found in the Forum to apply to your profile.

Again, very well done!

SP
Perhaps we need a specific method of attaching honours so that whenone's cursor is placed over the honour, the title of the award shows up. That way one could compare 76T's awards against AGage's without having to have to refer to a source table located elsewhere . . . . I'm sure is was in the "Manual Tab" . . . no wait it must be on the "RACES" tab . . . no perhaps the "Rankings" tab . . . Ah most likely under getting started" . . . no definately under "Links" then.

See what I mean.
If it breaks, it's not strong enough!
A couple of years ago, we practice raced in a hurricane off the southern USA coast and there was an "OVER 60 KNOTS" club with just a few mwmbers. Fo methat was great fun, most enjoyable to get the right angle of approach to the storm centre, the right TWA and all going well.

THERE SURELY MUST BE AN AWARD for that e.g. a speed "60" sign as attached Could wlways add a "+" or ">".
If it breaks, it's not strong enough!
Attachments
Not sure of what the badge would be (maybe a coffee machine over an Italian flag?) - but we might need to add another 'Order'....

Those who have beaten WINSTON_4 in a race!

(also good excuse for a thread bump)

;-)
I help develop the client interface for the best online ocean racing sim there is... __/)/)_/)__
2 Oceans rounding Cape of Good Hope from Atlantic Ocean into Indian Ocean or vica versa... light blue background with sub-continent of Africa upon it... I'll claim that as a first ;-)
I like to talk a lot... sometimes I even make sense, mostly not...
Vince - look back in the Thread, 76T posed a small app, all you need to do is point it to the pic you are using now here on the forum, and select the badges from a list, and it will output a NEW image combining them all (like 76Ts and mine)... ;-)
I help develop the client interface for the best online ocean racing sim there is... __/)/)_/)__
I would quite like to see this fun concept reinvigorated.... I never did award myself any badges but maybe I shall start hehe

Perhaps we need the "badges" posted on the ocean in a similar way to "ice gates" so that as we sail around, we can pass over a given badge and collect that one, which is then added to one's profile.
If it breaks, it's not strong enough!

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