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Bonus Color Visibility: 6/27/2016 22:29:29

Brénainn 
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This has probably already been asked at some point in time but I have had no luck finding such information.

I'm working on a map: https://www.warlight.net/SinglePlayer?PreviewMap=52553

and as you can see certain bonus colors are sometimes covering up the colors of adjacent territories in different bonuses. Does this have to do with the layering of each of the path objects? It seems in the actually .svg file the paths are on top of one another, which might be causing this behavior? In other maps I see the bonus colors are nicely adjacent to one another and they are not covering each other up.

Anyone have any tips or suggestions on how to fix this? Do I need something like all the path objects at the same level in the .svg?

Thanks in advance
Bonus Color Visibility: 6/27/2016 22:31:18

Brénainn 
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Bonus Color Visibility: 6/27/2016 22:43:47


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Nicely done
Well the thing i did in my map,i had the same problem,is,where the border of the 2 bonuses meet,u would have to move the border of one territory away from the other,so they could be nicely distinct from one another.In inkscape when ur drawing the territories,just click on one territory,and sligtly adjust the border and then check it in the preview,its tiring,but ull get a hold of it easily
Bonus Color Visibility: 6/27/2016 22:45:52


҈ TeeMee123 ҈
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@Brenainn that link won't help you fix this map, that's what you should follow in the future, but seeing as you have already drawn all the borders, you will have to manually adjust the nodes and reset all the center points IF you want the borders looking really good. If you want them looking okayish, then you could try duplicating then unifying all the territories adjacent to a bonus, then taking the difference between the duplicate surroundings and all of the bonus's territories combined which would cut off some of the extra width but not all of it.
you need to have the stroke width set to 0.8px (in fill and stroke settings) for your tool you use to draw the territories in order to see how the borders will be shown in warlight.

Edited 6/27/2016 22:46:35
Bonus Color Visibility: 6/27/2016 22:48:33


҈ TeeMee123 ҈
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oh and by the way there are a few missing connections, including one in the Mason county.
Bonus Color Visibility: 6/27/2016 23:06:04

Brénainn 
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Thanks for the tips. Being as the map has already been drawn it makes it tougher, but I do want the borders looking very good so I think I'll try to adjust everything manually.

Now I understand why selecting the path objects sometimes was tough, because they are drawn on top of each other.
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