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Old March 27th, 2021, 06:36 PM
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On the Traveller map is possible to do a four sub sector map across sector lines?

Honestly I only have a vague understanding of the various APIs.
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No simple API for that but you can request a map of any rectangular area. The coordinates are just tricky since they weren't designed for humans.

You want the API documented here:

https://travellermap.com/doc/api#tile

You'll need to figure out x/y/w/h parameters. The w and h parameters are the width and height in pixels. Figure those out first, then you can plug them into the logic calculating x and y given at:

https://travellermap.com/doc/api#system_tile
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No simple API for that but you can request a map of any rectangular area. The coordinates are just tricky since they weren't designed for humans.

You want the API documented here:

https://travellermap.com/doc/api#tile

You'll need to figure out x/y/w/h parameters. The w and h parameters are the width and height in pixels. Figure those out first, then you can plug them into the logic calculating x and y given at:

https://travellermap.com/doc/api#system_tile

Ok I kinda figured it was going be that sorta solution

Now I have to figure out the hiking worlds API
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You have to do it piece by piece. I did the intersection of Glimmerdrift, Ley, Gateway and Crucis Margin for a "Crossroads" campaign.

I just pulled the right quadrant from each of them and pasted them together. You can also get "specific views" at certain zoom-levels that might help you.
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