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Post #204748 wats the x: and y: parameters for the mapeditor

need to know north , south , east , and west thankyall so much. ive studied into the parameters a little bit but couldnt never figure it out.





Please take this down i have found my problem TY.

5 weeks, 9 hours ago
Post #204749 Re: wats the x: and y: parameters for the mapeditor

for anyone having the same question, it's the map size dimensions representened by x y coordinates. The x y coordinate plane the map lives on starts at 0,0 and goes to infinity, infinity never reaching negative.

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4 weeks, 3 days ago
Post #204750 Re: wats the x: and y: parameters for the mapeditor

I think east is up(arrow).. pretty sure all the eo oringinal gfx are made so they have shadows to the west

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4 weeks, 3 days ago
Post #204751 Re: wats the x: and y: parameters for the mapeditor

In EO Up is north (y axis) and Right is east (x axis). Shadows fall to the east.

*Warning* Inbound bad ASCII:


               0,0  N
           t   / \    o
   Left  s   /     \    r  Up
       e   /         \    t 
     W   /             \    h
       /                 \ 
     0,y                 x,0
       \                 /
     S   \             /   t
       o   \         /   s
   Down  u   \     /   a  Right
           t   \ /   E
             h x,y
                         
Up,    y-, North
Right, x+, East
Down,  y+, South
Left,  x-, West


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4 weeks, 3 days ago
Post #204752 Re: wats the x: and y: parameters for the mapeditor

He figured his problem out right after posting. EOMap already displays the X,Y coordinates when you hover a tile which in turn saves brain power for more important things such as left clicking to draw those beautiful EO map pixels.

Also important to note that max size should not pass 255 for an X/Y value, and even then you could run out of memory to add data to the map as the client can only grab a max map file of about 64kb. 

4 weeks, 2 days ago
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