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I'm talking about what puzzles me in exchange. It is very hard for me to tell the difference when looking for uncommon and above things if it is for federation or for klingon. I assume there must be an easy way.
The only things that are one or the other tend to be ships boffs and doffs
the red box background on doffs is klingons the blue is federation
for Boffs the feds have the fed chevron the klingons an IKF symbol
but basically use phaser for fed and disruptor for klingon
Think the OP is talking about DOFFs on the Exchange, especially ones uncommon quality or higher. In this case a Green, Blue or Purple border cancels out the "traditional" Red or Blue border that usually signifies faction.
Only two ways to make it quick when looking on the Exchange: know and recognize a DOFF's alliance based on race, or right click on the DOFF and try to see what the [often obscured] logo/seal is behind the DOFF's portrait. If it's not immediatly apparent just looking at the seal (big ol' DOFF heads can make it hard), then look for the motto/writing around the seal: FEDs will have english written on the outer rim, while KDF will have something written in, more or less, hash marks.