The color values goes from 0 to 255. 0 is the darkest. 255 is the brightest. Mix red, green and blue to the color You want for the background.
If You select a predefined color, then any other color selection will be discarded.
You can use two or three ratings. The ratings could be Attack-Bombard-Defence or Attack-Defence-Movement, depending on what rules You use.
For rating values You can use 1c for 100 etc…
Some ideas on how to cut up and mount the countersheets.
You can tile the counters in a 5×5 sheet if You want. If You select the Yes++ option, then the Ship ID will be incremented for each counter. (This will only work if the ship ID only have numbers and letters in it.)
To Save the Starship Counters, right-click and select “Save Image As” and select to save the Starship Counters as a png-file. (This is basically how to do it, but it may differ with different browsers.)
If You need a hexagon map then You can use the QuickHex to produce one.
Thanks to Ian Stead for allowing me to use his Traveller Ship Font for this generator. The program was written in perl using the GD module.