I will probably have to do this as a series of screenshots.
It's ironic that when my cats pounce on the keyboard they often inadvertently save screens: Now I'm going to have to check the youtube tutorials and learn how to doit on my terms.
I don't speak Dundjinni, but if you could point me at a tutorial, I'd love to be able to convert digital photos into "borderless" images.
I personally want to play miniatures games, but I also have some RPG fans who want to keep using their loving…
I have been trying with GIMP, which I use mostly for changing formats (convert BMP to JPEG, etc.)
I have been reading tutorials on how to save a circular or other shaped image.
Of course, I also want to keep "testing" (Okay, playing with) Skwyre.
I will give my opponent images so s/he can upload them. each player should be able to move his own armies in a miniature game.
Is there a way to save a circular, or other shaped image with Fractal Mapper?
If my arithmetic is right, this means if I want a 4x6 foot, or 48 inch by 72 inch map, and I want to measure in inches, I should have a 4800 by 7200 pixel map?
This will be easy, because exporting from FWE is so easy.
Pardon me while I gush a bit:…
Well, I have pushed this app pretty hard, tried all the features, uploaded my own content.
So far I have not found any software issues with windows 10 or android.
The only issue I have is being able to adjust the size of the map and icons.
I uploaded a map made on FWE. I exported it as a .PNG and uploaded the png. While there's nothing special about the map, I was able to create and import my own map.
I am now working on the minis.
The learning curve is not too bad.