Yep, you will get very huge files, but as I said it failed in the end, meaning the created file was not a valid png file.Gondrong wrote:I have try that with 1024x1024 map but the pic file is soo huge.
No, just choose the map size you want to or you prefer. The only disadvantage is that the giant screenshot feature won't work properly. But you could workaround this like I has described in my previous post, even it is somewhat inconvenientDo you mean that I must make the map max 512x512 size? what will the fill size be?
If you will have no luck with it, just pm me your map and I'll make an overview shot for you. But be patient as it would take a while during time constraints
Action takes place in a world that has seen catastrophical global warming people have lost their technology and the population was severely reduced as well in search of new hope they have divided into 2 groups one building their capital New Hope on the shore of a great lake while others decided to fight the sands and build their capital Sand City in the middle of the dessert. These two countries use different railway gauges so you are required to swich to trains runing on different gauge when you hit the border.
This scenario needs TTRS V3 to run. Dowload it here
You can use the "giant screenshot" feature!
It will take a while and create a very big png-file; much too big for windows picture preview.
For my 2048x2048 map it had a size of 300MB. I opened it in PhotoShop, took me about 3minutes to fully open it.
Then i changed the size to 1024x768pixels and saved it (took again about 2 minutes); size now 75KB.
It doesn't look "that good", but it is a fast method getting a screenshot of a huge map (greater than 512x512) without too much work.
2x Asus EN8800GTX
Perhaps it worked for me because the 4 gigs of Ram...
- Get Your Ships! by ZxBioHarzardZx
- United Kingdom by JonScaife
- Alexander to Karthoum by thebrightside
So the wiki should be up to date again.
If someone is missing his/her map on the wiki, just let me know
(maybe i will remove that to make it harder again, just testing it for myself now...)
I try to play this scenario but it need some grf that I dont have. Where can I get the grf for this scenario?? where can I download teh latest nightly??H wrote:An easy temperate 512x512 map (towns too large at start).
I should have made it from heightmaps, given some clever adjustment of brightnesses.
I wanted all level terrain to be at 1 height .. so on.. Though I started making this one last year. Only finished it a month ago. Was a pain in the arse ..
Also, I think it only runs in a nightly...
So all of this maps should be playable with any version of OpenTTD and TTDPatch and even TTD if you like.
Hope you enjoy them
Here are the links to the scenario database with a bit more description and some picture for each:
- Climb up the Mountains
- (Don't) Hurt Your Eyes
Japan map from Hokkaido to Kyushu. Unfortunately parts of Hokkaido and Kyushu missing.
Towns included from population of 125.000
Populations on map @ 0.1% of 2006 real population.
Industy & Raw Materials Spread Realistic.
Oil Rigs at south edge of the map in the south to simulate oil import.
-Temperate: Vanilla Version starts 1949.
-Ngrfx1920:Includes ]Japan Ngfx Set and starts 1920
-Ngrfx2006:Includes Japan Ngfx Set and starts 1920
-Also supporst various other Ngfx:
*By Blunck:Cargo Set, New Stations v.042.05.09.05
*By Aegir:Modern Suburban Stations,Platforms,RuralStations,Suburban stations.
*Container freight station and harbour
*Industrial Stations set v.098 (28jul2005)
*HOVS UK Bus Set
About GRX:If any updates or better versions are recommended. Message or post a link so I'll update the Scenario to fit.
Ummm... The original TTD Scenario "West Country 90201" is your best bet.bebeto94 wrote:Ive had an extensive look around and can find close to what i want but does anyone know of a Devon scenario for OTTD or even Devon and Cornwall ? Cheers guys
Devon/Cornwall is quite a specific area of the world so I can't imagine there would be too many takers.
as it's quite small I have limited the loan to 100,000, and put it to maximum running costs and construction.
Total town replacement set v3.02.
Enjoy! (as much as you can for 64*64)
- The Caldera.scn
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