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Quick Question: 3/28/2012 20:39:04

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I couldn't find out how to do this, so how do I make it so two objects are the same territory? Like if I wanted to make a map where Hawaii is all one territory, but I want it to look realistic.
Quick Question: 3/28/2012 20:41:05

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I am looking at this but I am not sure if I really understand it;
http://wiki.warlight.net/index.php/Inkscape_tips#Path_Division
Quick Question: 3/28/2012 20:43:52

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That link is explaining something different.
Quick Question: 3/28/2012 20:46:40

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Quick Question: 3/28/2012 20:52:23


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That's the right one.
Quick Question: 3/28/2012 20:52:28

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I got the solution, I was just looking in the wrong place, sorry.
Quick Question: 3/28/2012 20:58:13

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Well, I might as well ask another question, should I make a new thread or should I just ask it here? I was wondering if you could make it so that objects automatically start out with "Territory_" so you can make big maps or did the maker(s) of the Big USA map assign the IDs manually?
Quick Question: 3/28/2012 21:19:34


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you can't but you could just copy and paste Territory_ and write any number makes it faster for me
Quick Question: 3/29/2012 05:06:48


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Quick Question: 3/29/2012 05:32:22

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How do I use that?
Quick Question: 3/29/2012 05:45:41

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The tool was originally announced in [this thread](http://warlight.net/Forum/Thread.aspx?ThreadID=2452), there's some info there.
Quick Question: 3/29/2012 14:54:21


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No RvW, that's a different tool.
And you just open the program and follow the instructions.

And, when it asks you for the file name, be sure to enter the full location of the file, like this: C:/Users/Somebody/Somefile/Map.svg
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