I never said that a particular graphical display of construction shouldn't occur. I'm perfectly fine with constructing all ships in the same manner in which stations will be constructed. But, perhaps assembly lines are more effective at quickly assembling ships, and maybe since stations are so large they are considered one time structures which aren't mass produced and in turn require a different method of being constructed.Cornflakes_91 wrote: ↑Sat Feb 10, 2018 11:45 amwhy handle them differently from stations?
stations have to be built in plain view anyway, why not reuse whatever system they use?
also, why make capitals a special case? why would a fighter in construction be handled differently than capship construction? (besides the scale of the construction [something])
why shouldnt i be able to just put together a fighter in space if i dont have a production bay to do it internally?
In real life cars are assembled on assembly lines, and large skyscrapers and other buildings are constructed individually. So, I'm considering that the idea could persist in Limit Theory.