The Neon Peon wrote:Did we ever have an actual coordinate check on this?
Peter Gibbons wrote:Buenos Aires is misspelled as "Beunos Aires" in the code.
sully800 wrote:The Neon Peon wrote:Did we ever have an actual coordinate check on this?
88's are on page 37 if you would like to check alignment. Whenever someone mentioned there was a centering issue I corrected it, though I suppose some could still be slightly off.
ender516 wrote:It looks like the colour problems have arisen due to a recompression of the JPEG. The small map on page 1 of this topic has a size of 222213 bytes, while the one at http://maps.conquerclub.com/Classic.S.jpg has a size of 71405 bytes.
TaCktiX wrote:In any case, it's 10 times more beautiful than either of the previous ones. Good work sully, I now feel like I'm conquering the world again.
hughieadams wrote:I really hate the new map, why not release this as a new map instead of updating the old one?
rutty wrote:Please reinstate classic shapes map as an optional map for whiners like me who don't like change.
natty_dread wrote:rutty wrote:Please reinstate classic shapes map as an optional map for whiners like me who don't like change.
Why don't you like change?
Everything changes, my friend. You can either fight it and be miserable, or go along with it and try to influence it to the direction that suits you best.
Omnia mutantur, nihil interit.
First of all, just because you work hard on something, doesn't mean it's worth the effort. Par example: You slave for hours on a cake and it flops. Are we to commend you for your work? No.
As well, just because you do this for free, you volunteered for it. If you don't' like criticism, then don't volunteer.
What I cannot appreciate is joining a Classic Art/Shapes game
I joined a map in which territories were touching, not something I'd look at in an American Airlines magazine.
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