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WotC: Color Coded Bonds
 
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Description
Adds custom color codes to soldier bonds in most places.

Due to restrictions in Firaxis' UI code, that doesn't work everywhere. It does work everywhere where it's important.
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34 Comments
Limb of Satan Feb 9 @ 9:56am 
Sadly mod crashes my game when asked to take picture of bond.
David Steel Nov 10, 2017 @ 10:22pm 
!!! D:
MysticalPotato Oct 9, 2017 @ 8:48am 
Ah, I see! Thanks, sorry! I admit I only glanced over this and clearly I missed the obvious!
robojumper  [author] Oct 9, 2017 @ 5:07am 
@✅ MysticalPotato ✅™
No, the vanilla game assigns a color to each tier. This mod assigns a color to every bond pair.
MysticalPotato Oct 9, 2017 @ 12:14am 
they're already colour coded
Jolan Sep 14, 2017 @ 9:26am 
Just installed this mod, now it's showing every soldier having the same bondmate in the mouse-over tooltip, even soldiers without a bondmate. I'd add a screenshot, but I don't know how to insert it here.
Deathfromkittens Sep 9, 2017 @ 7:41pm 
@Tvol color seems random, I have no issue with my bonds, but I also don't have any repeating colors or similar colors.
Tvol Sep 9, 2017 @ 5:40pm 
And as proof of the below, I just popped in-game and discovered it did not do anywhere close to what I expected. Whoops. I think it was the screenshot that's actually pretty bad and misled me. There are two cyan ones for level 1 bonds, which makes them very close to the default blue. The gold one is highlighted but the other isn't, so it suggests it's dynamically changing the colour. And the bottom one essentially *is* the default blue, so it doesn't make it clear that every bond gets recoloured.

Someone said below that this is a "must have if you don't have photographic memory". I don't have photographic memory, so aids are nice. I do have very good memory for who is bonded to whom though (each bond tells a story for me) so worst case scenario I just resort the list.

I can see how others appreciate it, but a better screenshot and description would be most helpful.
Tvol Sep 9, 2017 @ 5:22pm 
Looks good, and I *think* I know what it's doing, but a more detailed description of exactly what it does would be nice. Something like "applies a custom colour to the two bonded soldiers when hovering over one".
Booksuny Sep 9, 2017 @ 3:03pm 
best mod