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waldronate
03-28-2012, 05:11 AM
"During the 2231 spring break cruise sponsored by CSU Johnsondale, excessive partying caused a small navigation malfunction. The ship emerged near a nice little water world with very little land. The students immediately began naming everything they could see from orbit, with the more studious factions sparring with the more physically-inclined factions and special-needs factions to give names to the visible elements (the naming was done in round-robin fashion to be fair). The cruise ship did eventually make it back to Earth with the liquor supplies running dangerously low and a new, habitable world to add to the list of possible colonization destinations.

This event has led the colonization authority to seriously reconsider their policy of allowing first discoverers to name features."

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Bogie
03-28-2012, 08:51 AM
Excellent map!

torstan
03-28-2012, 10:34 AM
:) Love it.

Lukc
03-28-2012, 04:52 PM
Gorgeous! I love it! Ok, I'm not entering this challenge now. :D

Jaxilon
03-29-2012, 05:55 PM
Very nice...I'm jealous of those mountains. I know it's from your software but the few times I attempted it I didn't do so hot. Great map to the competition.

waldronate
03-30-2012, 01:49 AM
See if this helps: 43488

If I ever get actions implemented I'll be able to encapsulate these sorts of things into a more usable process.

Troedel
03-30-2012, 03:07 AM
This is helpful, iwould like to see more workflows regarding FT3 and wilbur as Im absolutly amazed by the potential but not able to produce solid results. Its just slow for try and error and I find myself with pencil in hand after I open up either program ;) But with the right directions, you never know.

There is a tutorial I would like to understand the underlying logics, Im able to follow it but cant adapt it to my own desires. Ill add it to the many challenges out there still to master.
http://www.worldofgotha.com/PF_TUTORIAL/israh_index.html

Keep up the good work!