Never gonna give (OGF) up!
Never gonnanlet (OGG) down
That’s odd, I’ve never seen that before. Have you tried running as administrator?
Looks great, generally a topo map or general idea is a great framework to base things off of, seeing as that’s how the real world, or most of it, is based off of, the geography of the areas.
Thilo, the administrator for Antarephia, has been gone since the end of april, or at least hasn’t been responding to messages on the email or the admin account, according to eklas.
For Wahauja so far I’m just using Spanish names, or taking last names and adding like ‘Fort’ or ‘City’ somewhere on it. However I only have 3 city names in Wahuaja, so I do need to add a ton more. I might use some common english and spanish place names, and there’s something Rustem did for places in Tierra Alta that I might just steal; he stole some phrases in songs and transformed them into place names, which I may just do for Wahauja.
For city names derivative of people’s names, I use Behindthename.com’s generator to make people names.
You could message these users, or talk to admin, instead of talking about it here, not much we can do.
Well said, and I agree.
JOSM is handy for everything.
Erm, I doubt the site owner’d like that. You’d need your own domain if you were to want to do that.
What’s up with all the stuff about changing OGF?!?!
I’m gonna say one thing and one thing only: the original meaning of Christmas was a Roman holiday worshipping the god Saturn in a 7 day festival called Saturnalia, from the 17th to the 23rd. When the Christians attempted to Christianize them (<336 AD), they asked if they could celebrate Saturnalia. The person(s) who w(as/ere) trying to convert them said that they had a holiday on the 25th with the (almost) exact same celebrations (excluding the sacrifice to Saturn), celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. In 336 AD, the first calendar (that we know of) with the 25th as a day celebrating Christ’s Birth would show up.
Anyhow, my apologies if this spoiled your Christmas or something. Happy Holidays to all!
I’ve been wondering the same; no issue seems to be at OGF:Coastline Maintenance, but there HAS to be something wrong. I’ve downloaded a region that OGF:Coastline Maintenance and the fullscreen version says has missing nodes, but none exist on the server.
Answer to number 1: near the place where the international border splits right next to keygate, within that river.
Answer to 2: No
I’m going to assume iD, since that sounds like the iD user interface.
I’ve heard of this problem before. If I were you, I’d try backing out of your browser and coming back in (pretty sure iD saves your work, it’s been a while since I’ve used it), and then re-uploading. When you come back in, make sure you select “Continue Editing”. This could possibly fix the issue.
For the second part of the question, I personally have no idea. It’s happened in the past, but I’m pretty sure it’s a client-side issue rather than a server-side one.
Another thing you could do is switch to JOSM or Merkaator. This obviously won’t fix the issue, but with JOSM and Merkaator, you can save the files directly to your computer, wait for an issue to be resolved if it’s server-side, and then upload.
Hope this helps!
To answer your question, EMKLI, yes it does, for it requires less ways on the database, taking less space. However, it is difficult to achieve such a feat, therefore not many do it, if any do it at all.
You’ll have to split it in two for it to render properly though.
Well, there could be, but it could be changed.
The main rule about island building is the 100/100 rule. no more than 100km out, no more than 100km^2.
Other than that, nothing is really mattered.
No, not at all.
It has been fixed on the overview map by admin Wangi.