natty dread wrote:What's a line tool?
koontz1973 wrote:Thanks gillipig, things are changing a lot for the next version. Got to get the impassables done right or not at all. Can make the territ lines a tad thinner but I sort of like the large chunky look to them.
there will be a lot going on inside the map so lets hope I do not over do it.
Gillipig wrote:...Aren't there any rivers going through Buenos Aires that you can use?...
Gillipig wrote:Let me just first say that I didn't think all changes were bad , making sarsfield and floresta into one territ looks better. And I like the "new" colours on the old city better. But the houses, skyscrapers and is it huts down there in the old city? I didn't like any of that! (which I'm sure you suspected lol) Aren't there any rivers going through Buenos Aires that you can use? I understand if you don't want to pound the entire map with trees as impassables but there must be some other form of border decreaser you can use! The water still needs some work I think as it doesn't quite do the job of looking like water yet.
If you twist the name "coghland" 90 degrees and move it up a bit and I think it's in it's natural place.
cairnswk wrote:But in the city area, any are most likely to have been turned into storm water drains and covered in cement as apart of city infrastructure.
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