Improving UI Usefulness Probably

Useful stuff (probably):

  • Increases the size of the ship designer and ship viewer, to support NSC2‘s ships with many sections.
  • Increases the size of the gene modification window, to fit more traits, such as all the extra ones provided by GAPS: Traits.
  • Increases the number of portraits displayed when modifying species appearance, to support portrait mods.
  • Increases the size of tech data entries, to list more unlocks, such as those added by AlphaMod 3.1.
  • Includes UI support for resources in ESC.
  • Improves the clarity of information in galaxy view.

Developed for 3440×1440, with UI scaling set to 1.8. Feel free to try lower resolutions and different UI scalings, and report your findings and I’ll see if I can make the UI changes more “dynamic” or sumfing. No promises.

Not ironpants cheev compatible. Should work fine with an existing save-game.
Does not require AlphaMod 3.1. Is compatible with AlphaMod 3.1.
Unlikely to play nice with UI overhauls.

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