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New Nations for NATIONS.INI

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Dear all,

 

as far as I understand a more or less common NATIONS.INI has to be maintained in order to have a common basis, and for many add-ons to work as expected. I'm not sure if there is any official maintainer / keeper of the list to whom to apply, but if there is please let me know.

 

I'm proposing to include Gabon and Cambodia in NATIONS.INI in the following form:

 

   [Nation076]
  Name=Gabon
  DisplayName=Gabon
  Alignment=FRIENDLY
  PilotNameList=NamesFrench.lst
  RankList=RanksUSAF.lst
  CallsignList=CallsignsUS.lst
  Formation.Fighter=USFighter
  Formation.Attack=USFighter
  Formation.Bomber=USBomber
  Formation.Transport=USBomber
  Formation.Tank=USTank
  Formation.MobileAD=USAD
  PilotTrainingStandard=NORMAL
  GenderRatio=0

 

	 [Nation077]
 Name=Cambodia
 DisplayName=Aviation Royale Khmere
 Alignment=FRIENDLY
 PilotNameList=NamesVietnamese.lst
 RankList=RanksUSAF.lst
 CallsignList=CallsignsUS.lst
 Formation.Fighter=USFighter
 Formation.Attack=USFighter
 Formation.Bomber=USBomber
 Formation.Transport=USBomber
 Formation.Tank=USTank
 Formation.MobileAD=USAD
 PilotTrainingStandard=POOR
 GenderRatio=0

 

Any objections, issues, suggestions? E.g. I'm not too sure about Alignment=FRIENDLY for Cambodia as apparently they were neither pro US nor pro North-Vietnamese.

 

The reason for my proposal is that I have made skins for these respective countries, and both also used other aircraft available for WO* which might make for interesting missions / campaigns.

 

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I thought it might be a good idea to bring up this issue before I upload the skins.

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I decided to switch the alignment for Malaysia to friendly since we operate stuff from both sides (and that was after the Cold War, during the Cold War, we run primarily Western hardware) and participate in joint exercises with the States, at least to make it somewhat representative.

Edited by kct

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