brian fletcher wrote:
england are challenging australia, not is.
OK, i understand now. not a bad ideaDexsting wrote:....
I was thinking 2 nuetrals for the two battsman, 4 neutrals for the fours, 2 neutral for the 1 runs, and 6 neutrals for the 6s.
Yes, sure it will change.Also, I'm sure by the time this gets a few more drafts it'll happen, but hte current bounes seem pretty smushed up int he legend.
sinctheassasin wrote:...Shapes and symbols on the map would help fir this too.
brian fletcher wrote:i said this in an earlier post cairnes but wouldnt it be clearer if we simply named the batsmen on the balcony bat 3, bat 4 etc?
the public 1to 11.... are 5 and 6 connectable? maybe a walkway could connect them.
england are challenging australia, not is.
feidling should be fielding
12th man wouldnt bring drinks onto the field of play during tea.
union jack (flag) and australian flag would be better seeing as they are the 2 teams.
what about a link from the police room to the police?
brian fletcher wrote:what are you talking about?
the wording is.... England is challenging Australia. (that is wrong grammer)
England being a singular country, your reckoning is that somehow there are more than one. depends on the context.
England are challenging Australia is correct. they are a team. "they" infers more than one entity.
England is a beautiful country is also correct. England as a whole is singular
Whatever, I don't really know cricket and don't understand this really at all. How do the fielders connect?
If you're referring to Silly Mid-On, it's a field position and placed in the title to make it catchy and a bit of fun.What does the title mean?
Any bordering spectatorWhat does a a six attack?
Those are simply the way the field is cut, same as in baseball that i have seen. But i will reduce the opacity of that later.Why are there so many bars?
Good.edit: just noticed the streaker, that eplains the police
sinctheassasin wrote:Along with shapes and symbols, much more vivid color would be helpful and eyecatching for somebody browsing thru the maps. Your bland pastels are really the only thing I don't like about the majority of your maps.
sinctheassasin wrote:Well, if people have complained about bright colors, I guess that justifies whAt you are doing.
Just an examPle tho, on supermax, The circles are very easy to tell apart, don't you think? And I don't honk people have complained about that.
peacemakers wrote:I think this is really cool. very minor problem, if australia were batting for 2 sessions without losing a wicket and had hit 7 6's (an enormous amount in a test match let alone 1 partnership), don't you think they'd be going at more than 3 an over. Also england bowling 53 overs in 2 sessions is a poor over rate, they'd be fined for being that slow. I'm just being a tool, it's an exciting map.
OK i'll see what i can come up with, although they already have borders.Dexsting wrote:wow peacemakers, yes, please suggest a better scoreboard if you know about it.
Just a thought, the scoring play sixes have a little border around them; maybe the other scoring play territories can have borders too (fours and singles)
No. I'll move that.Does the Deep offside 4 really border the police room and PC3?
Police ConstableAlso, PC? What is the PC for? Police...C? Sorry, maybe American english doesn't get it.
PLease explain furtherAnd I know it was mentioned before, but I like the names of the batters as the types of batters they are. Its much more crickety and will make people more likely to try to figure them out.
Along with the other neutral stuff that I mentioned before, is there anyway to know how the taverns and media center drops will be? It may be further down the line, but just thinking if someone gets the tavern or media center drops...
cairnswk wrote:peacemakers wrote:I think this is really cool. very minor problem, if australia were batting for 2 sessions without losing a wicket and had hit 7 6's (an enormous amount in a test match let alone 1 partnership), don't you think they'd be going at more than 3 an over. Also england bowling 53 overs in 2 sessions is a poor over rate, they'd be fined for being that slow. I'm just being a tool, it's an exciting map.
peacemakers, you're not being a tool, This is the sort of feedback that i beleive is very positive.
Please make your suggesstion for for the scoreboard.
Ha, yes sometimes Also consider, if i was perfect, you'de have nothing to comment on.peacemakers wrote:....
cool, thanks cairnswk, just didn't want to be too nitpicky. but having seen some of your other maps, you seem like someone with a good eye for detail.
so, if aust are no wickets down, i reckon poms would have bowled between 56-60 overs, and aust would be around 190-250.
also, not sure if this has been said, but could some of the fans be supporting aus and some england? could have bonuses that way. it'd be great to see the "barmy army", the english quasi-cheer squad. thanks
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