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    Quote Originally Posted by Redrobes View Post
    ... at least try a ... stamping token based tool
    What is that? There have been times when it would have been easier to "stamp" the patterns rather than futz with a layer/mask.
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    Post stamp based tool

    Lots of the lower end mapping apps are stamp based tools. Dundjinni is probably the best of that class of application.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamerprinter View Post
    Lots of the lower end mapping apps are stamp based tools. Dundjinni is probably the best of that class of application.

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    :forehead slap: Duh. I should have known that, as I've used Dundjinni before. I was hoping for something a bit more flexible in terms of output (and something I can use on Linux!)
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    Dungeonforge can run under wine and is a nice little stamp/tile mapping program (though it has its own limitations...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobA View Post
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    Dungeonforge can run under wine and is a nice little stamp/tile mapping program (though it has its own limitations...)

    -Rob A>
    That program is receiving a lot of discussion on the Swords/Wizardry forum the past two days, as they're doing a 3 day megadungeon project. Thank you for telling me that it runs under Wine, now I have Yet Another Program to go check out. *chuckles* May we live in interesting (or at least, mutiple tools options) times.
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