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    Random generated (RGW) MAP Preview image export Tool

    Hi All!

    RGW Map Preview Image Tool

    I'm with my fiends usually waste a lot of time to generate and choose best random seed for our server. So I wrote custom java app for generate map preview image like this:

    UPDATED: v.5






    You can try it by yourself, just follow the instructions:
    https://github.com/ognivo777/7D2D_RG...ster/README.md
    Last edited by ognivo777; 3 Weeks Ago at 10:21 PM. Reason: new release

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    Fix some. Now its look like


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    Cool New version released!

    Hi all!

    Chek out latest release of RGW Map builder!

    We are working hard to make our map more informative and beautiful.
    Added bunch of different buildings, more accurate landscape. Different types of roads.
    So latest release produce map like this:
    photo_2019-07-02_19-30-21.jpg

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    Looks pretty. Like me!

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    Wow, very impressive. I wish I'd paid more attention in school and stuck with it 'cause then maybe I'd be writing nifty little gadgets like this too... but... I guess I'll stick to making prefabs and manipulating the world generator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guppycur View Post
    Looks pretty. Like me!
    Are you telling me, you look like this?

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    My poops do. That count?

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    Guys, the new version is here!
    Updated the old and added a dozen new icons!
    And the radiation zone was also drawn

    Just have a look at:


    p.s. UI is comming soon

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    When I run the new version I only get 1_waterZones.png. Am doing exact same way as I did for v2 wich gave me the other files.

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    Let's try to execute from command line like this (if you have at least 2gb free RAM):

    java -Xms1024m -Xmx2048m -jar 7dtd-rgw-map-image-builder.jar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamida View Post
    When I run the new version I only get 1_waterZones.png. Am doing exact same way as I did for v2 wich gave me the other files.
    Try the new release:

    https://github.com/ognivo777/7D2D_RG...eleases/latest

    • Huge perfomace optimization
    • UI: Simple information screen
    • Auto re-run for enforce more memory allocation to avoid in low-memory crushes

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    Cool

    Just take a look at the icons we are use on the map!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ognivo777 View Post
    Let's try to execute from command line like this (if you have at least 2gb free RAM):

    java -Xms1024m -Xmx2048m -jar 7dtd-rgw-map-image-builder.jar
    For those who run into the "TOO LITTLE" error, I had an environment variable named _JAVA_OPTIONS that was set to -Xmx256m.
    Passing the -Xmx6g argument didn't override the environment variable for some reason. \_(ツ)_/

    Nice tool by the way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tete1805 View Post
    For those who run into the "TOO LITTLE" error, I had an environment variable named _JAVA_OPTIONS that was set to -Xmx256m.
    Passing the -Xmx6g argument didn't override the environment variable for some reason. \_(ツ)_/

    Nice tool by the way!
    Hi! Very pleased that you liked our small tool

    Thank you for this advice! I will add them to readme.
    Please show your output for this command:

    java -version

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    I'm on the latest version if I'm not mistaken:

    Code:
    λ java -version
    java version "1.8.0_221"
    Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_221-b11)
    Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.221-b11, mixed mode)
    It's actually a known problem with the environment variable.

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