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    • CommentAuthorJimP
    • CommentTimeApr 18th 2016 edited
    I've put back up, stopped procrastinating, my templates for my old surface maps using Natalya's bitmap fills.

    entrance page

    Pool tables, Drive-In movie theater, ponds, slot machines, and large arrow heads ( to show migration routes) zips of symbols fsc files. They show as CC2, but should work in CC3 with no problem. Untested in CC3+. The pool tables and arrow heads include vari-color symbols. Some of the Drive-in symbols are multi-screen.

    And a roulette wheel symbol, along with a link to the Dwarf Home section of my site with the rewards and punishments list for the trap that I created using this wheel.

    Along with various templates for overland and city maps, mostly joining small maps into larger maps.
    The "entrance page" does not seem to be working.
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    • CommentAuthorJimP
    • CommentTimeApr 18th 2016 edited
    I just right clicked on the link above, worked for me.

    Ah, left out a double quote mark, all fixed.
    It is up and working now.

    Thanks JimP!

    • CommentAuthorJimP
    • CommentTimeJul 25th 2018

    I was checking my domain cpanel to see who was accessing my sites, what was being downloaded, etc.

    Found out my templates were being linked to and used by multiple sites without my permission. So all of the 185 miles x 234 mile templates are gone from my site. If you happen to need one of them, whisper me and I'll see about getting you the fcw file.

    • CommentTimeJul 25th 2018
    Have you considered disabling hotlinking. I did that with the atlas to prevent external sites from linking directly to the images instead of to the site. I don't mind links to the site but I don't want other sites directly embedding images, thereby stealing my bandwidth (and preventing the visitor from seeing where things really came from)
    • CommentAuthorJimP
    • CommentTimeJul 26th 2018
    Well, I did disable hotlinking. So I am unsure how they managed to do it.

    When I deleted the zip files from my site, saved the article. I went back to their site and clicked on the image they had. It changed from a file to a notice the copyright owner had contacted them and they removed the file.

    I didn't contact them. It must be an auto-response with the file going away.