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    Help Breaking down a world map

    A while back, someone was awesome enough to create a fantasy world map for me using Campaign Cartographer 3. This map looks amazing, and I do not wish to change anything about it. I have the original fcw file. This fantasy world is for a book I am writing, and it is also for an RPG.

    Now, what I need is to break down the map into the different sections. I tried to do it myself, but I cannot, for the life of me, figure out how to work CC3. I tried the "print screen" feature, but the map is so large (678 KB) that it does not capture all of the detail. I also have limited RAM, so just bringing the map up on my screen takes all of my laptop resources. I tried saving the map as a jpg, a bmp, and a png, but the output is too small.

    Would there happen to be a generous, talented individual that could possibly help me with this? Please? I would be most grateful.

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    Hello again.

    I am still looking for someone to help me with a map. It has already been created, but it is an enormous file. I would like to break it apart into the separate continents.

    Is there anyone willing to assist me? Pretty please?

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    Professional Artist Facebook Connected Coyotemax's Avatar
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    I don't use cc3 at all, so I can't help much, sorry

    My finished maps
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    Community Leader Facebook Connected Steel General's Avatar
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    I'm not a CC3 user either, I'm sure someone will be along before to much longer.
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    Would anyone perhaps be interested in touching up this map, so that the transitions are a little smoother?

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