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Re: Map of layout locations?
« Reply #75 on: March 09, 2016, 10:14:22 am »
:thankyousign: for this, great idea.
I've added Kilnevan.
Easy to spot on the map as its the only marker in Ireland!  :smiley-laughing:

BTW, How do I get it to show up individually and not as 'other'?

Grrrr.... The answer is, I'm not sure. I can give you the cheating answer, which is to put a number or symbol in front of your layout name, which catapults it to the top of the list, pushing someone else down to the 'Other' section, which isn't exactly ideal. Ultimately, the layouts are all displayed the same way on the map and it is only in the key that they get awkwardly grouped, but it is a source of frustration for me and something still on my 'to solve' list of problems.

Also, thanks to everyone who has posted their layout recently! It has gotten quite exciting in some areas :) Scotland still looks very barren and the north seems quite lightly serviced, but it is exciting to see NZ and the ROI lit up :)
Check out Avondale - My heritage railway themed layout :)



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