You mean the different sand types? Yeah I can do that. In fact I was planning to, but then didn't go trough with it, so that I could post it sooner.Crush wrote:Regarding the new outdoor map: The cliffs look interesting but the rest looks quite boring IMO. Why don't you pep it up a bit by using some of the new tiles by Len?
Yeah I guess there's no avoiding it. Well since I'm probably going to redo the other map, maybe I can do it so it fits on the new snake desert. I'll see.I am also afraid you have to redo the changes at the old map because you used an outdated version.
I realize that by delivering half work, I can be more of a burden rather then a help to you, so I completely understand and respect that response. On the other hand, from my point of view making these maps already demands a lot of my time, and I'm not quite sure I'm willing to make even more time to learn how to work with subversion and such. But, I'm willing to give it some thought.When you want to get seriously involved into the development of TMW you should learn how to use subversion to make sure that you are always working with the latest versions of all files. It would also be a big pro when you would learn how to set up your own server and add maps to it. When you are familiar with this process BjÃƒÆ’Ã†â€™Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â¸rn or Elvenprogrammer might consider to give you write access to subversion so that you can implement your maps without the help of another developer.