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Posted by frymaster on Mon 31st Jan 00:50
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  1. /c10t -m 4 -z -n -o output.png --show-warps=hmod/bin/warps.txt --warp-color 255,255,255,255 --ttf-size 24 -w hmod/bin/NE-2011
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  3. -m 4                                    4 threads (will default to this) - turn this down if doing it during the day
  4. -z                                      isometric (default is overhead)
  5. -n                                      nighttime  (DAYTIME! nighttime....DAYTIME! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQ1HKCYJM5U )
  6. -o output.png                           obvious :P
  7. --show-warps=hmod/bin/warps.txt         location of warps file, sticks the names on the image
  8. --warp-color 255,255,255,255            red,green,blue,opacity (the lower the last, the more transparent)
  9. --ttf-size 24                           font size, default is half that, coz the image is bloody large and the text quite small
  10. -w hmod/bin/NE-2011                     location of world
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  12. run it with -s stats.txt instead of -o output.png to do a stats list - it'll ignore all the extra parameters
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  14. I run mine in a little script and do a copy right after, to copy it into somewhere web-accessible.  I used to also name the images with the date/time and keep loads, but they took too much space

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