Add the ability to include icons/photos for army and units
This could include Army logos/banners for the roster output heading as well as photos of particular units or models.
I really like this idea. I’ll need to investigate how best to implement it.
I’ve modified the suggestion to include allowing images for individual army selections as well (ie photo of the character/unit).
Just a bump for this option. My brother is playing Death guard and there are plenty of units plague or blight in the name, easy to get 4-5 pages of army list mixed up. Just want to embed an image to make quick references.
It could be a costum option to the roster builder with some sample images for HQ troop and for other thinhs... Maybe the part of a downloadable css pack what you can use for your armies... Skins for BS...
Rurik Von Elenor Neologik commented
This would be extremely useful , you can add this option to the supported version if you like. then i surely pay for that!.
sometimes when i play, i can't remember wish of the units is on the board, like having multiple librarians with different powers. taking a picture of wish model is. would be fantastic!...
As @Erick Falsken said.... a base64 code would fix this. and please on mobile.... add the option to take the picture inside the app. not just attaching a previous picture.
soon GW will release a web roster maker of some kind. and you have the power to make Battlescribe even better!
This was a feature that Army Builder has, the I miss here on BattleScribe. The main purpose I used it was for knowing which box a model was in. I have about 15 of the cardboard boxes from BattleFoam, and it is a nightmare to find a particular model. Back when I used Army Builder, the printout would have the pictures (which were just "Box 1" that I made as an image). So I would know exactly which box to open.
This would be a great idea. Keep up the good work
Eric Falsken commented
You can serialize the image graphic using base64 into the roster XML and simply dump it into the output html the same way. All modern and mobile browsers support base64 encoded image data embedded in an image tag.