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    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.

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    I'm having this exact problem right now in a new game with model upgrades that need to be purchased for a whole unit.

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    Initially I thought this would be a problem to implement – should a data file author dictate to a user what order the entries appear?

    Thinking more about it however, I think the solution here is to let the user decide. Instead of the data file author rearranging the entries in the data files, I think it would be better to allow the user to rearrange the selections in their list.

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