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  1. Hi Anatinus, thanks for reporting this issue. I simply fogot the symbol for the gyrocopter, sorry. Made a new release version 1.11.2020.0206. Enjoy!
  2. Thanks, Bubo. Feedback is always appreciated, especially the good one.
  3. Version 1.11 Happy new year! Based on the idea from dynamis_dk, I added an option to render the biome map. Big thanks to the Fun Pimps for outputting these files with the current random gen! There's also a new option to render the prefabs. This option needs to know the folder, where 7 Days to Die is installed (I call this directory "game folder" or "game root"). Please check the settings and choose your installation folder. As the names of the prefabs easily overlap each other, I also added new bigger TileSizes. The picture above is made witch "DoubleSize". Please be aware, the
  4. Happy Holidays! Hey guys, long time no see. The ttp file format is a topic on its own, so I decided to ditch this part and implement a simple text search. With version 1.10 you will have your ingame waypoints, but no spawnpoint (bed symbol), no dropped backpack and no quick marker. @dynamis_dk I really like the idea to include the biome map and the prefabs. Would like to include this in the next release. Well, my commenting skills aren't the best. But if you want to know how the map is rendered you just need this file: https://github.com/DorHans/7DTD-SMR/blob/master/7DTD-SingleMapRe
  5. Definitely yes, but not this month. Tbh, I haven't played in months. So thanks for letting me know, there is a new version.
  6. Hi guys and gals, what have I been up to lately? I've been trying to render a map from the region files. From what I have observed, and that may be incorrect, the game saves data the following way: It creates the "hub cell data", which I think is for the distant terrain. These files contain the names of POIs, "asphalt" and some binary data. Maybe the height and/or biome map? The creation takes some time, but I expect that you see this data, when you use "Editing Tools" (Random Gen World Previewer). Each hub seems to represent 9 regions. The actual blocks are stored in your region fil
  7. Thank you guys for all your feedback! It' always a pleasure to read, even if you find it useless. And thanks, Eihwaz, very nice spotlight. I like how you explain every option and detail. This reminds me of writing a short wiki on github...
  8. Version 1.9 Yesterday I released version 1.9 which features a RegionViewer (in the menu under "Experimental"). I don't know if it is useful or not. So tell me if you have an idea. Currently it takes your selected map and renders each region individually. When you select a region from the list, you will see the rendered image and a grid overlay. Each grid cell represents a chunk and has a X and Z value.
  9. Hi Darkweaver, for a list of included symbols see post #22. There you will also find information on how to use your own symbols. And thanks for mentioning, the ingame waypoints broke again. I hope to fix this issue this weekend. No promises made!
  10. Sorry for answering this late. You are right, I completely forgot to commit the app.config. But you don't really need it anyway, it is almost empty. And yes, you also need the FunPimps.dll from the binary release. As for the POIs / waypoints: A POI is just a map marker with a name, symbol and coordinates. All waypoints, you've added to your map, are read from from player profile (.ttp). The POIs are read from a csv file (plain text file with default encoding). These symbols are static and not accessible from ingame. 1000,760,book,store This line will add a book symbol with the name "
  11. Hi Llathrum, the map rendering still works with the very first version of this tool. I assume you have problems with the UI changes since version 1.4. I think you tried to open a map using the "Browse" button. Please see this screenshot. To choose the map, you want to export, you just have to select it from the combo box. In my case it is a "Random Gen" game I called "GreenForest". Below the combo box you will see the path to your map file. The button labeled "Browse" does search for a poi file (points of interest). This feature was implemented shortly before in game waypoints were int
  12. Bad news is, that I don't own a console. So I have to rely on others to provide data and test the program. But I like the idea. You could have a look at your PS4 save game and see if it contains a *.map file. You then just open this file with the SinglePlayer Map Renderer. If this doesn't work you may send me an example. (Or upload it to a cloud storage ...) Well, what this tool really does, it takes your ingame map and exports it as a png file. It does not render maps from region files or generate regions from a seed. And it also doesn't support multiplayer.
  13. Good news, waypoint rendering is back. Almost on time with the release of Alpha 15. So, go out and explore the world!
  14. Just tested with the latest experimental build (Alpha 15 b78) and it is compatible. Well, I don't really expect the Fun Pimps to change their map storage. But they changed their save file format, so no waypoint rendering at the moment. Beware of spoilers as I uploaded the Navezgane map here: https://1drv.ms/f/s!ApcUH5b5Fus_02NG_HWZ-NQXXnOI
  15. If it works for you, use it. Please note, that pixels are stored in System.Windows.Media.PixelFormats.Bgr555 (https://www.theimagingsource.com/support/documentation/ic-imaging-control-cpp/PixelformatRGB555.htm). Your compare method doesn't really compare the brightness, but the pixel with more red in it will win.
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