Ok guys, finally I was able to check and double check this huge xml file.
It was nightmare in some parts!
Anyway, here below a list of things for you:Coords to moveSmall Version
-ArcataBig VersionUnclear Connections
(not everyone is american
- Boston, it's not clear if is in Maine or MassachussetsBig Version
-Newark, not clear if it is in New York or New Jersey (this one could be good because there's the abbrevaition into the legend)
-Richmond <-> Virginia Beach, dots are almost invisible there
-Philadelphia <-> Trenton, the road is invisible there
-Augusta <-> Savannah, dot's visible, but they could be better
-Kennewick <-> Spokane, again dots
-Lawton <-> Oklahoma City, dots invisbile
-D.C. is Maryland but looks VA on the map
-Weston is not clear if it is West Virginia or Maryland
-Boston border is unclearI strongly suggest to add abbreviations (e.g. Alaska (AK) ) to the bonus names so it's written in the log, it's a pain to understand where some are if you don't have a knowledge of US geography.Missing Connections
(I found just one gilly
-Seattle <-> Anchorage, missing blue plane connectionMissing Parts/info/Components into bonuses
- D.C. doesn't have the +2 autodeploy into the code but i see it on the map.Starting Positions & Neutrals
-Capitals on Route 35, Austin is not included into it. Obviously the <bonus> tag must be extended to include the 4 option.
-Boston is not on Route 90, when the route starts (or ends) into that city.
-Route 20 has some unnecessary lines into the code, line 1496 and 1497 can be deleted
-Pennsylvania is +5 on the map but only +4 into the code
-Dyer is not part of Kentucky
-Tennessee is not listed anywhere as bonus inot the code
-Utah and washington are doubled into the code, lines from 1017 to 1040 can be deleted
-Annapolis is the only starting positions with 5 starting neutrals. Is it desired?
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