natty_dread wrote:Do ponies have sex?
(proud member of the Occasionally Wrongly Banned)Army of GOD wrote:the term heterosexual is offensive. I prefer to be called "normal"
sully800 wrote:stahrgazer wrote:The site has, backhandedly, acknowledged the confusion by allowing those in SoC to somehow see this map with Shapes' overlay (lucky them).
This is the third thread in which I have read this incorrect statement - I'm only responding again in case someone else does not see the correction.
SoC members see the exact same map as everyone else, not Shapes. However in addition to the city names, the letter/number names from shapes are placed on the map. This was done because the SoC has already written strategies using the Shapes names, and they will continue to do so because it is faster and easier for them.
If anything it makes the map more confusing (IMO) since there are two sets of names for each territory. The city names are used in the gamelog for both versions of the map.
But really, a lines system for maps makes more sense, in my opinion. We just need to get used to it.
Gilligan wrote:The XML says 'Beunos Aires'
MrBenn wrote:Gilligan wrote:The XML says 'Beunos Aires'
I believe a corrected version of the XML has already been sent to lackattack....
bedub1 wrote:I saw the message it was updated, had to go check it out.
I still think it's retarded in order to see all the maps you first click on "start a game" and then on "browse maps". There should be a link to "map gallery" right below "game finder" or something....but on to the map.
It looks okay, except for Novosibirsk. Those 3 lines, 1 running all the way down to manila, is very poorly done.
Looking back through the revisions, R6 looks to be where it went from "Awesome start" to "now we are going down hill".
natty_dread wrote:But really, a lines system for maps makes more sense, in my opinion. We just need to get used to it.
Right on! Then maybe there's still hope for my Nordic countries map...
saaimen wrote:That doesn't make sense. Graphics contain lines no matter what, lines connecting dots or lines enclosing regions.
I hadn't noticed until now - you totally forgot about Jo'burg???
Edit: no, you didn't. You moved it on the large but not on the small?
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