To quote Westley - "As you wish!"let us leave the decision to the developers if this could/should be implemented in the future.
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I think that most people are creating fantasy maps and only really need a general (not completely accurate) scale bar. And they want the scale bar to look cool and match the appearance of their map design. Thus, an image is used so that we can have a cool looking scale bar that gives a general idea ...
- Sat Apr 03, 2021 10:56 am
- Forum: Small Feature Requests
- Topic: Windrose Tool?
- Replies: 10
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I can't speak for OWM, but in other mapping tools (like Wonderdraft), you click to set the center (where the lines will array out from). Then you can adjust the number of arrays (directions ... 8, 16, etc.). In Wonderdraft you can also adjust the line width, the inner radius (do all the array lines ...
Thanks. I can confirm - the SVG file opens perfectly in Affinity Designer, but imports into OWM at the upper-left of a much larger square, despite the created image being centered in a square barely larger than what was created. I've not worked with SVG files in OWM yet, but this happens to one I cr...
Is it OWM? Or is it your SVG file that is causing the issue? What program did you make the SVG file in? Is the "document" (where the compass was made) a square with the compass in the upper-left corner (for example)?