Our beauty here is available to feds and kdf. How to proceed? Move her to Name (fed) and Name (kdf) or are there other more shiny solutions? --Dukedom 22:15, 27 October 2011 (UTC)
- Is her portrait and stats identical for both factions? If so we could tinker with the template to support Doffs that are available for both factions.
- Yeah, that'll probably work for her. The different ranks will make this a bit troublesome if there are any doffs shared outside of the civilian department, but if we're lucky, there aren't any, especially since that wouldn't make a lot of sense. — Eyes 06:37, 28 October 2011 (UTC)
Both faction infoboxes
I'm not 100% pleased with using the blended color for the infobox for doffs of both factions, but the only alternative I can think of is to display the infobox twice. The best way to do this would probably be to separate the infobox into its own template so it can be called once and displayed with the Federation colors and then with the Klingon colors, and I'm worried that will be odd enough as well to not be worth the work. Opinions? — Eyes 10:01, 28 October 2011 (UTC)
- I'd rather go with a nice neutral grey instead of the 'current' color. On a side note the rank shows up 'weird' on the bartender page. --Dukedom 10:06, 28 October 2011 (UTC)
- Rank is weird? It's the white box the game itself was using for civilian personnel last I checked. Unless you mean it was displaying text for a few minutes while I was making adjustments to the templates, that's been fixed. There's also a minor issue where that might happen if you create a doff page before the relevant specialization page is made. It'll either update on its own in time or you can force it to do it immediately by opening the doff page and saving it without any changes. (These "null edits" don't appear on recent changes.) — Eyes 10:59, 28 October 2011 (UTC)
- Nah it showed up as LT when I looked at it this morning. Seems to be Civilian again though. --Dukedom 11:24, 28 October 2011 (UTC)