@Nikki-Calvaria Thank you so much!! I had already guessed that it probably functions the same way as it does with the "regular" coat genes, but the note on the markings basically being random helps a lot!
I always elaborate the foal's genotype with a wheel spin decider while considering the chance of the foal inheriting a certain gene, so I guess I'll now do it the same way with markings + a spin for each leg :'D Yes I'm crazy like that.
If you persistently get this issue then it might be worth double checking that you're pasting the docID & only the docID as per setup instructions. In the past people have posted incomplete docIDs or docIDs with extra characters, and have struggled.
Cleared my all my caches and still the same thing I never has a problem with thumbnails loading until i reinstalled my game. I do have lots of markings but my game would just stop until all were loaded. Now all the markings load but they dont show the thumnail unless they are custom thumnails.
You have to create a profile for your horses on the mainsite and the register them using the form you can find in this thread: Registration. When filling out the form you can put down which disciplines you want the horse to compete in
On Equus we don't have any goals of adding every breed, but if there's a breed that you want to use then we can organise to add it for you.
You'll need to make a post in the breed information forum and gather all your evidence there so that staff can consider adding it. Check out some past approved appeals to see what kind of info we need.
This is what it says in the rules "Please avoid the following topics: suicide, animal/human abuse, rape, graphic images, murder/mutilation, mental health, or drug use." Other than that the common rule is that everything you write should be appropriate for a 13 year old to read and view. But I think @Elsie-Spectre can answer this better
@Aliisa-Pohl Which is why I wouldn't have wanted to register the foal as such, cause the name German Sport Horse probably means that it's a melting pot of German sport horse/WB breeds, but I mean you never know, basically every WB born in Austria can bee registered as an Austrian Warmblood, even if it's like 50% Holstein and 50% Württemberger.