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Hello there Captains and hopefully developers! After playing for some for two weeks im loving the game. Sometimes when in close combat i really wonna have a battle view as seen on the picture below, not so much for pression firing, but for being for aware of what going on around me. The way i too controll the camera now is alright, i like it when shooting far away, but when i got ships on both side and maybe front and back, i would like not to press right all the time to change cannon side and zooming in and out while the iron ball fly around, but just using the mouse to look around and fire. The way you could controll this is kinda the same as now just without the rigth clicking all the time. The white lines in the water is the same and if the aiming bar is green you can fire the way, but if it turn red you cant turn your cannons that much. And firing whould be the same, space for one ball, left click for the whole side. the way you change side would be simply looking the other way. It might even work for firing forward and backwards too Some ship like the Surprise hav a mast right in the front view, so if you could slide the camera just a bit form side to side with the arrow keys, Slide to the side More random pics for flavor taster And of curse if the rutter turn too, that whould be great, hope you like my suggeston EDIT : i just got a big ship (the bellona) , and found out that the rutter in in a very bad place for a good over view, but i could imagion standing on the quarterdeck insted and looking out
So it seems the more you look through history its hard to find a bad thing said about any of Jacques design with some even being copied directly by the British after Capture. "Under Sané, 107 identical 74-gun ships of the line of the Téméraire class were built, 35 80-gun and 9 118-gun of the Océan class. The 118-gun Commerce-de-Marseille, captured by the English, was said to "maneuver like a frigate" in spite of her size. Sané also designed numerous classes of smaller warships, including several designs of frigate, to which at least 143 were built. This included four classes of 18-pounder armed frigates (successively the 6-ship Hébé (1782 design), 10-ship Virginie (1793 design), 7-ship Hortense (1801 design) and 54-ship Pallas (1805 design) classes." All Great French Ships with some of these bigger once already in the ship poll running be great to see some of his Frigates aswell. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacques-No%C3%ABl_San%C3%A9