GEx, do you still need a different format or did you get it open?
I also want to remind everyone that the completed maps need to be PM'd to one of the judges or myself by the 7th. That's in 8 days!! Judging WILL start the week of the 8th, so please don't be late submitting.
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BTW pie (since I can't open VM with this phone, I'll ask here) if I won't make it to the deadline, would I be a judge instead?
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DOCX is better suited to saving complex DTP style documents.
If you are making documentation, with no fancy extras like vector graphics, just stick to using the universal Rich Text Format (RTF).
It will open on any computer, OS, or word-processor made in the last 15-20 years.
You will also end up with a much smaller file, as the header of a DOCX file is often much bigger than the actual content.
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And you can also use fancy ASCII graphics... really I like them.Dr.Flay wrote: You will also end up with a much smaller file, as the header of a DOCX file is often much bigger than the actual content.
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I don't have to much free timeAcid.OMG wrote:What happened to all of our ut99.org mappers? I am kind of disappointing that nobody participated. Doesn't make our community look good