Re: [nbos] RE; [FM 8] : Eberron Core Map
"Mike Oliver"
Fri Jul 13th, 2007
Mark and I have similar difficulties with CC3 - which was why I began
trying out FM - and, although I have not abandoned CC3 or changed my
views about its performance and end results (they are both VERY good), I
have found FM to make life a lot easier in some areas and potentially to
overcome the problem with the embedding of bitmap files for

The news that Mark may issue some .pdf tutorials is excellent news.



-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Mark Oliva
Sent: 13 July 2007 06:48
Subject: [nbos] RE; [FM 8] : Eberron Core Map

>> From: "Joe Frazier, Jr" <>

<<With that in mind, I have noticed that there are not a lot of end user
created maps uploaded to the site, nor are there any (that I could find)
user tutorials specific to making maps in Fractal Mapper. Does any one
know of any such sites for tips/tricks for people who prefer to use FM

Until now, we've used CC2/CC2 Pro to create our maps. Therefore, we
created for our customers a number of CC2 expansion products and
that are available for free download.

Right now, we're weighing whether we will map the Vintyri world with CC3
FM8. FM8 is the favorite at present, because ProFantasy still has not
good on its promise to fix the symbol inclusion problem, which makes CC3
useless to us in its current state.

If we go with FM8, we'll certainly have to produce some PDF tutorials
our users. But that won't happen for awhile.

Mark Oliva
Webmaster, the Vintyri Project (TM)

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