pepperonibread wrote:reverend_kyle wrote:I don't know if this has been mentioned and maybe its too late, but this map needs cleaned up majorly near alaska and greenland, and I'm not a fan of the texture.
What does "cleaned up" mean? I don't see anything wrong with these areas.
pepperonibread wrote:Coleman wrote:I was really hoping Andy's last post was the quench.
Yep, me too.
reverend_kyle wrote:I don't know if this has been mentioned and maybe its too late, but this map needs cleaned up majorly near alaska and greenland, and I 'm not a fan of the texture.
AndyDufresne wrote:Hm, it's looking nice, and close.
Something I'd see if you can clarify are the SA borders, especially the Argentina and Brazil one...it's small and the border line looks kind of gray and faded. There are a number of other faded spots, so perhaps look around at the other borders as well.
And on the large map, maybe move the Quebec coordinate slightly away from the border near New England. A tad bit more space.
A few of the sea connections don't look like the touch the land, near Brazil is one. There might be a few others. Quick looks there.
But it's looking good.
KEYOGI wrote:If that's the case with the sea routes, couldn't you just adjust your layer order to fix the problem?
And yes, the XML will need to be updated with <territory> tags replacing the <country> ones.
pepperonibread wrote:tim02 wrote:how long till you think it will be quenched
Whenever the mods are satisfied.
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