Stellaris

Stellaris

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Even Thinner Borders
 
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Feb 24 @ 7:12pm
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Description
Alternative version of Thinner Borders which reduces empire graphical border width to 25% of vanilla.

Very simple mod which slightly modifies the patch 2.0 border shader file so that the new borders are roughly 25% of vanilla width.

While I like how Stellaris now has a seperate border coloured by empire secondary colours, I found the vanilla border too thick and made the game look very cluttered when zoomed out. This mod retains the zoom effect. As an added bonus I feel like it enhances the feeling of scale to the game.

Only downside seems to be that borders seem to overlap a little (see screenshots).

Ironman and achievement compatible!

Now updated for 2.1 and includes border colour swap so that your primary colour is your empire's inner colour.

My other mods:
Original Thinner Borders (50% reduction)
Unbiased Systems (True random galaxy/start)
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34 Comments
Boris Jul 24 @ 7:22pm 
@fenris_wolf - I absolutely agree
Fenris_wolf Jul 24 @ 5:47am 
How can I get rid of the primary/secondary colour swap please? :)
Dude Jun 9 @ 10:29am 
Love the swap of primary/secondary colours ... awesome mod :neutrino:
Boris Jun 9 @ 7:11am 
How can I get the thin borders but NOT swap the primary and secondary colors?
Impyrium  [author] Jun 7 @ 8:34pm 
Updated for 2.1, also includes the primary/secondary colour swap.
Snoipah Jun 6 @ 1:57pm 
*Daniel Bryan Yes Chant*
Dude May 24 @ 1:52pm 
will this be updated for 2.1 (to remove the warning) ?
Impyrium  [author] Apr 5 @ 11:49pm 
It is, although to get a completely 1.9 style look there's other effects you'd have to remove such as border shadowing and zoom fade.
xnadu27 Apr 5 @ 7:33am 
Ok. Is it possible to remove borders? To make it look like 1.9? Just wondering.
Impyrium  [author] Apr 5 @ 7:31am 
Was considering an Even Even Even Even Thinner Borders edition, but I think I might wait until 8K is standard so you can see the borders still. :P