I'm trying to create my first map, but I'm having a hard time with the map editor. I feel like I did something wrong, but I can't find out what exactly. I read things about it in the forum and on the Internet before deciding to create a new thread, but I didn't find anything matching my problem.
I created an SVG file with Vectr.com because it's user-friendly (as opposite to Inkscape). I started by making the territory objects and bonus links, but it felt so empty that I added a wood pattern in the background. For now, it's all ok. But, when I uploaded it to the actual Warzone map editor, there was just nothing, not even a single object. When I clicked the "Validate" button, it said "Map must contain at least two territories". I reread the mapmaking-related pages on the wiki, ensured that the territory objects were named correctly, but it just wasn't working. So, I tried with Inkscape because everyone was using it and and it was working for many people, and I saw that the objects' id were still like "rect54785" or something like that. I also realized that Vectr.com was kind of incomplete, for example the object names are not the ids and you can't change the actual id of an object. So, in Inkscape I changed the territory objects' ids for "Territory_#", and saved my changes, but it's still not working and clicking the "Validate" button still says "Map must contain at least two territories". I made a test map with 3 rectangle territories using Inkscape and it worked perfectly fine, so maybe it's because of Vectr.com, but I don't know exactly where's the problem.
Has anyone ever encountered a problem similar to mine?
Edited 10/13/2019 23:55:22