koontz1973 wrote:Yes, for me much better. Do not forget to remove the black lines running down the sides of the gold clips though. Pechatniki and Gagarinskiy.
koontz1973 wrote:Do not forget to remove the black lines running down the sides of the gold clips though. Pechatniki and Gagarinskiy.
koontz1973 wrote:koontz1973 wrote:Do not forget to remove the black lines running down the sides of the gold clips though. Pechatniki and Gagarinskiy.
Funkyterrance wrote:Well, tbh this map is challenging for me to read but not impossible. The colorblindness thing certainly does slow down my comprehension of the map but it appears that the colors are just contrasting enough so that I can make them out if I focus and shift my eyes back and forth enough from one to the other. It's a very pretty map though and I think that in order for you to make it readable enough for me to use it easily you would lose a lot of this prettiness.
For the record though I'll not the spots that look very close at a glance, enough for me to have to slow down and focus back and forth:
As I said though, I can make them out if I try, it just takes a little more effort. I'll use waterloo again as a reference as this map is much easier to read than that one. Tbh, I could work with this. I do think it's a beautiful map and it definitely captures that Old Russian feel. The part I am still fuzzy on however, is the region in the middle of the map... Those I have no idea what goes with what but I assumed they were not part of the bonuses. If they are, I may have a problem with this map after all as far as colorblindness is concerned.
y2manypbr wrote:Darker borders help see the bonus! Thanks
GoodOneyed wrote:the black border instead yellow is more clear.
consider donemaybe a less opacity (also for border around river) could helps.
the impassable gold circle has one (two?) parts another as the rest ones...
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