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Increasing Territory Size: 7/31/2012 14:20:35


SirMueck
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I have created a map and tested it and everything, but it seems that on some of my territories the army numbers are too large to fit in the territory. Is there anyway to fix this without me having to redo all of the naming of my territories, bonus links, territory connections? Any help is very much appreciated.
Increasing Territory Size: 7/31/2012 14:26:47


SirMueck
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Oh ya and for some reason the text I put on the Inkscape file won't show up now that I uploaded it to WarLight.
Increasing Territory Size: 7/31/2012 14:31:49


Moros 
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1. You should increase the total map size. You'll keep all your bonuses, connections and such, you'll only lose the centerpoints.

2. The text has to be converted to paths before it will show up.
Increasing Territory Size: 7/31/2012 15:57:41


BearsBeetsBattlestarGalactica
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Moros is right, just select all of your paths in the .svg file, and scale it larger. The territory_ID numbers will stay the same, so the only thing that you will have to change is the centrepoints.
Increasing Territory Size: 7/31/2012 16:10:41


{rp} Clavicus Vile 
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Can you scale it larger without the borders increasing in width,since reducing them afterwards alters their alignment.
Increasing Territory Size: 7/31/2012 16:52:50


Moros 
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Nope.
Increasing Territory Size: 7/31/2012 22:19:10


[REGL] Pooh 
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Not sure I understand your border issue...

All of the borders when they're uploaded, are same thickness. You should only be getting the outline of the Path as the territory.

So, Once you select all the paths, enlarge, re-upload, it should all look the exact same (minus centerpoints) except now the numbers appear smaller because the map is larger.
Increasing Territory Size: 7/31/2012 23:16:29


Moros 
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Not true John. Here's an example.
A is the original two territories, belonging to two different bonuses.
B is the same enlarged.
C is the same as B, but with the stroke width back to 1 pixel. You can see that a gap has formed between the borders.
Increasing Territory Size: 7/31/2012 23:17:38


Moros 
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I forgot to tell that Warlight always sets the stroke width to 1 pixel.
Increasing Territory Size: 8/1/2012 04:17:26


uga98
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hah noob how could you forget you need to be awesome like my warlight forums expert
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