Hexdraw 1.1 on going work , todays results

Today I programmed the Hexsides Shift in direction to adjacent higher terrain. This makes outlining Hexes with Hexsides much easier . (e.g. Hills and Woods in ASL)
The programming is done, but I have to finish the fine tuning of the values. Also the user interface makes me headache because of the amount of possibilities how to use this new feature. I don’t want to have too many buttons.

Started with Top-Layer-Text , very useful when drawing a turn record chart or a map title.

Decided to bring a screensaver into the package. The Screensaver let you choose a map and will show random locations with random zoom states.

Include menu item for starting the Manual.pdf


download Hexdraw at
http://www.hexdraw.com/HexDrawSetup.exe
Customers get updates until version 1.9

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