As I was planting a Kangaru flag in a Kangaru city so I could come back to it later, I thought it would be nice if I could copy the coordinates to my other characters, so they could perhaps recruit a few Kangaru crew members too. That's when this idea, this potentially-impossible-to-implement idea, came to me. The teleport directory would take the form of a station you'd place, presumably in an outpost of some description. Upon interacting with the directory, you would have the option to copy teleport marker addresses saved in your current address book to the directory. Then someone else, or just you with a different character, when they interacted with the same directory, could also copy THEIR addresses to the directory. I'm thinking there would be two panes of address books, with the player's on the left and the locally-stored address book on the right. In the middle would be five buttons: Copy to directory, copy from directory, (both acting on a single currently-selected address) copy all to directory, copy all from directory, and Synchronise, the latter of which would copy all addresses from the player's address book to the directory and from the directory to the player's address book, essentially performing both "copy all" operations with a single button. (so maybe I should just axe the individual "copy all" buttons) That said, I have no idea if this would be possible. It would require a scripted interface, and while I can handle scripting, I'm not yet entirely-familiar with what is and isn't available in Starbound; I have no idea if the player's address book can be interacted-with in any way from an object's script, or how to do it if it can. Also, I'm not exactly confident in my UI design ability, so I'm not sure on that score either. So, the idea's out there for anyone who wants to run with it. Or if you're good with the UI side and less the script side, maybe we could team up? Either way - have at, Internet.