- Button Templates
Provides blank avatar and build buttons
- Ship ODF Template
Provides a code-commented blank template to create new vessel ODFs
- Beam Weapon Ordnance ODF
Provides a code-commented blank template to create a beam weapon ordnance ODF
- Beam Weapon ODF Template
Provides a code-commented blank template to create a beam weapon ODF
- Faction ODF
Provides a code-commented blank template to create a faction ODF
- Stock Armada II Sprites
Provides a zipped file of all the Stock Armada II sprites to make it easier to add in Stock Armada II ships/stations/weapons into Fleet Ops
- Unit Values Calculator
Provides an excel tool that enables the calculation of approximate offensive, defensive, system values and almost all associated values
ODF Template Instructions
Either download the files from the links or copy the lines from each ODF template into a notepad document (name it appropriately with the .odf extension), and voila, ready for modding your new Fleet Operations' vessel / structure / weapon! Lines that have "//" written before them are automatically ignored by the Armada II engine and thus do not have to be deleted.
If you come across some commands that are not explained thoroughly enough, please cross-reference them with the appropriate listings in the ODF Commands page.
Completed ODFs should be placed in Path: Fleet Operations\Data\odf.fpq
Image Template Instructions
Image templates should be edited with advanced image software, such as GIMP or Photoshop so as to preserve the Alpha Channels. Completed images should be placed in Path: Fleet Operations\Data\Textures
Stock Armada II Sprite Instructions
Extracted stock sprites should be placed in the Sprites folder (Path: Fleet Operations\Data\Sprites) in the Fleet Operations installation. This will make adding a ship / station / weapon from Stock Armada II into Fleet Ops much simpler, as it becomes simple copy and paste (without having to worry about adding sprite entries for the weapons if they are from Stock AII).
Unit Value Calculator Instructions
Simply plug in the desired values into each blue input box. The white boxes are the output. For a better understanding of the calculator, please visit this section of the guide.