Liquid War 6 tries to have as few hardcoded data as possible. So many
constants, and pretty much all the image files, are accessible in the
data directory. You can know where it is by launching
liquidwar6 --show-data-dir. If you look in this directory
you’ll find different files, among
them XML files.
Let’s take an example. Try and find the file
Edit the line with the
clock-y1 entry. Change the number after
Re-run the program. Play a game. What happens? Logically you should see that
“something” is not displayed at the same place than before.
You could also modify the textures (JPEG and PNG files). In a general manner it’s more cautious to keep them the same size but it depends, sometimes other sizes will work as well.
Many of these parameters are really too technical and obscure to have their place in the main config file (which is already rather big). Use at your own risks, you can really break things touching this, but you can also find out lots of things can be tuned.