Qyu wrote:Maybe we could erase the drawn river in this version, or color the one on the satellite view. The fact is we move a little some stations : Eiffel and Trocadero to the west, and Victor Hugo and Etoile to the North, so we bent the river at the same time.
We also prefer this one, but some railroads become unreadable, especially darker one (11 & 14). We may solve this issue by change the color.
Qyu wrote:all territories start with 2 neutrals, except the Rail Stations (3 neutrals), and the territs with only one line (1 neutral)
BisdeCapri wrote:We've also put a black glow on yellow and blue lines for a better contrast and understanding.
Qyu wrote:what if this one is the small size map ?
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generalhead wrote:That is a lot of black. You couldn't have picked another color for the land or the decorations up top. When I look at this map it makes me depressed. I want to lay down in my bed pull the covers over my head and cry. Sorry being a little dramatic. It is a lot of black though.
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