Yes, Gord, some places are quite particular.
However, courtesy flags are usually displayed some 20+ ft. above the ground, at the height of the first spreader, so it is difficult for the eye to detect minor detail that is missing.
@chelseaann: We bought the most recent flag book we could find, and also, some pens with fabric
dye in them. With tracing paper, we could get the designs, and apply them first with carbon paper, and color them in. I rather doubt you can find carbon paper outside 3rd world countries, these days, but I bet the info is on the internet
. And with a little ingenuity you will be able to work
out a way to get it onto the flags--or buy from a supplier that has better ones.
It is good of you to be concerned, and easy to see how less wealthy countries' officials might feel annoyed at those of us wealthy enough to cruise
who won't spend the $$ to get a decent flag for their nation. A kinda ugly whatever nationality you are look.