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This year, I'm guessing, is going to be a bit different. It will be closer to Battle for Wesnoth with 1.7 than with 1.4. Many more features. There will be many more new races. I think we can expect around 150 new units and have a few hundred new structures. There will probably be a new unit type - that much I'm almost sure of. Also a new system for politics. Well, that's all I can say for now. We'll see. Sorry, I'm kinda new to this, but after reading a few posts about ECX's next steps, I wanted to share my thoughts. ECX is a way to extend this project. It's just a way of expressing our thoughts. On the other hand, it's also a way of building new players in this game. All the new stuff is released in a public version as soon as we think that it's ready. This way, new players can try it and express their opinions. After a while, when we think that it's ready to play the game in its final version, we will release the updates through the premium version. From what I know, there's a lot of (for better or worse) really cool stuff planned for the upcoming releases, so it's definitely worth checking out. And if you're interested, I think you should give it a try. But since this is the forums, I'd like to say that everyone should give it a try. Noob, experienced or any other kind of user. Every player has the right to express their thoughts and opinions.Q: How to add a css class in jquery dynamically based on the checked or selected option? I am trying to add a CSS class dynamically in jQuery based on the selected option in a select box. The below code is added in a element where I'm selecting the options. $("#mySelect").append("size"); Is there a way to add a css class dynamically based on the selected option? Something like $("#mySelect").append(""+text+""); Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance. A: Use jQuery's.addClass() function: $("#mySelect").append("