Question for the mods, more specifically Inceptor57: So wait, which image for the So-Ki will be used?
Also would you like me to upload the previous images that I have saved from the old wiki (for vehicles that don't have their pictures yet, of course)?--JonCS29@psn (talk) 01:09, 7 May 2019 (UTC)
- Hi. I used the image and simply replaced the one titled "GarageImage So-Ki" with the "GarageImage So-Ki Original". It may still look like the old version on the preview screen, but it should update itself to the one you uploaded a while ago. It is okay to continue uploading images from the old-wiki. --Inceptor57 (talk) 01:23, 7 May 2019 (UTC)
Hey there, I noticed your addendum on the history section of the U-SH-405, the information you have effectively makes what I wrote in there irrelevant, so please feel free to remove it and put your findings in there instead next time you're on it PwaDesu (talk)17:00, 13 April 2020 (UTC)
I'll probably still be doing new coastal garage images, unless of course someone gets to it before I do. If you see any garage images you want to update, feel free. In case you don't know how to do this: go to the file page and click "Upload a new version of this file" at the bottom. Anything that still has the old hangar needs to be updated, but if you have better screenshots for other things, that's fine too. Just know that garage images need to have maxed out graphics settings (except for 4x SSAA and NVIDIA specific stuff). Ideally, you want a PC with an NVIDIA GPU so you can use Ansel for the best resolution, since you don't have to crop the images.
For coastal stuff, try to match the weather settings and camera angle as best as possible. To change the time of day in the hangar, go into a test drive and RTH; keep doing it until you get the right time. For bluewater stuff, the new wiki standard is a perpendicular angle, as seen in any vehicle from Update "New Power" onwards. This requires Ansel, since the default camera doesn't zoom out far enough.