vaughn03 wrote:I can change 'Steamboats assault all fishing boats' to 'Natchez assaults all fishing boats'?
I have to do what Vic says or he'll go on a tirade against me...
- And again, I have to suggest to get rid of the road bonuses outside of the Natchez Trace completely. Like I said previously, nothing about them is unique to Mississippi and the only serve to add an unnecessary complication.
VicFontaine wrote:Please make this supersized. You have no real quality objections not to and had already told us you would. We continue to get complaints about how "crowded" this looks. We've continued to say, "Make it supersize and it won't be crowded."
isaiah40 wrote:I've looked over this a few times now to figure out the best way to rearrange things so you won't need to go so big. Right now you can crop the height down from the 1024 to 1000. So if you can do that and update your supersize application with what sizes you are looking - both small and large- then I will take another look and go from there.
vaughn03 wrote:Why aren't the dimensions proportional?
We will need to adjust for the second size?
Who's the Big Cheese on sizes again? I'd like to find the answers to this... The whole thing makes no sense to me - the difference between 840 and 630 isn't worth doing - (the computer can zoom it just as effectively). CC should have LARGE map for desktops and small map for laptops and smaller... This is really a much bigger issue than the Miss Map, IMHO.
VicFontaine wrote:We continue to get complaints about how "crowded" this looks.
guidelines wrote:Map Sizes - Each map must eventually be submitted in two sizes. The 'large' map may be up to 840px wide and 800px high. The small map may be up to 630px wide and 600px high. Mapmakers are encouraged to make their 'large' maps smaller than the maximum size limits when possible. The 'large' map must be noticeably larger than the 'small' map; 9% larger is required but 33.3% (1/3) is recommended. The majority of mapmakers begin working on their large image; although it is worth ensuring that everything will remain clear and legible on the small image relatively early during development.
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vaughn03 wrote:Sorry for confusion. You wrote:
'So your "supersize " application is denied and you will need to keep this at the standard sizes of 800x840 for the large and 630x600 for the small.'
Not proportioned... (numbers switched)
This is Vic's map - I merely offered to help. Will move/reduce/eliminate as instructed when you come to a consensus.
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