Shannon V. OKeets
From: Honolulu, Hawaii
ORIGINAL: Shannon V. OKeets
Here is a zoom 2. I have set the unit resolution to medium, which makes the numbers larger, and the graphics cruder. They are marginally legible in my opinion, but you can gather a lot of information at a summary level with this view. The flyout display also lets you check out each hex, as I am doing with Brest-Litovsk here.
Zoom 3 with medium resolution is perfectly legible.
Spectacular, being able to get at least a theatre overview is important. I don't want to impose, but when you get the time -- and goodness just keep programming -- could you show a Eurocentric zoom 1 with counters? We're all proud of the artistic details of the zooms, but the grand views can be equally satisfying.
Again -- I would pay for this game up front, right now. Continued kudos and whatever else motivates you and all those helping.
Zoom 1, not really legible. Thie is May/June 1944, the start of the Decline and Fall scenario. I used my entire 1280 by 1024 monitor for this screen shot.
Since we were discussing printed maps, this screen shot is from column 7 to column 78, row 17 to row 85. The printed European segment (1 of 6 segments) would be from column 355 (-5) to column 118, row 0 to row 99.
So what you see here is a proper subset of the printed European segment of the world map (assuming we eventually get the thing printed).
Perfection is an elusive goal.