isaiah40 wrote:Nola_Lifer wrote:Is it possible to have everything on this map in Espanol? I know we are suppose to keep it to English but Spanish is 2nd known language, it is a map about Madrid, it won't be that hard to figure out even if you don't know Spanish.koontz1973 wrote:I would like that Nola but I think the position of the foundry is to have the legends in English and territ names in English or regions language.
If the blue boys say it is OK, I will get it done.
I don't see why not. We have France 1789 with French names, I believe the Iberia map has the names in the respective languages. Also Nordic countries does the same thing. thenobodies80 can correct me, but as long as the names are readable, then there should not be a problem. Just please don't try a map with oriental characters in the legend and the map!
pamoa wrote:please consider darkening your red bg
it would help having a more contrasted graphic
thenobodies80 wrote:Said that if you want to add another text, like a story or anything else that is there mostly for aesthetic purpose (so players can play without read it), then you can write it just in spanish.
iancanton wrote:the text for los sacramentinos is cut off by the outer ring road.
retiro park is the only region name in english, while the rest are all in spanish, so it makes sense to change this to spanish too.
there are too many shades of blue representing the river and various lakes. why not have just one?
iancanton wrote:retiro parque ought to be parque del retiro.
as i explained earlier, i believe that parroquia means parish church, of which there are many in madrid and los sacramentinos has no better claim to this word than any other. in fact, searching for parroquia madrid on google finds santa cristina, which is elsewhere on our map, and many other churches, but not the one we want!
the water certainly looks less confusing now, except the eponymous lake of the lago de la casa de campo region is too close to the river and almost exactly the same width, so it's no longer identifiable as a lake.
RedBaron0 wrote:Lets see some numbers and color blindyness testing.
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