d.gishman wrote:Gilligan wrote:Doesn't he need to give credit to the first cartographer?
yes he does, but if you would look carefully, none of the cartographer's names are on the map. he will probably add it on the next update
Legend moved down a bit and I let the land show through very slightlyBad Speler wrote:Just a suggestion, but try moving the legend down a bit so it doesnt sit on top of the land in China. Otherwise I look forward...no wait, I dont look forward to playing an indochina map . Good job on the graphics though.
FixedDiM wrote:you have dotted lines outside of the map. there are 10 rows going from strong and dense to thin and rare. well the problem is that the second row is much denser than the first row when in fact it should be the other way around. further more because it is so dense on the small version it almost looks like a continuous line.
Well their corners already point towards the center. But if that is not what you mean then please explain. However, I am not changing them. They fit the theme of the map and I will keep them oriented the way they are.DiM wrote:and one more detail could you make the 4 corner squares point in towards the center?
d.gishman wrote:Some of the territory names are hard to read on the small map (such as Mondulkiri)
jako wrote:arent the terrs a bit small on the small map? its pretty squished in like in hanoi.
I don't understand what you mean.hulmey wrote:now that i see the legend it is bugging me as well...Could you move it down so that it looks centred?
Neither would I. But I said I would and here are the three maps. I still like the first one the best. I don't think there is that big of a difference between the current and C to warrant a change.KEYOGI wrote:I really don't see the point in moving the legend. Everything is nicely spaced how it is and I wouldn't want to see the Gulf of Tonkin label removed.