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Comment: absreactive
By: 111
Checked out at: March 27, 2004
Checked in at: March 28, 2004
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Spots on your border
It's usually best to draw beyond the extent of your tile. Also, look at it cropped or with the surrounding part of your tile masked opaque or translucent (just remember to undo this before you check it in) so you don't leave any light/dark spots on your border, since after it's cropped stuff right at the edge can mess up your neighbor even if you do draw beyond the border.
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sorry, i am afraid i haven't got the idea
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You what? I don't understand what you mean.
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mmmmmmmm........ my english really sucks:(

i meant that i had not understood your previous post
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Ah. Well, I meant that there's black spots visible in the middle of the bottom of your tile, the gray/purple/pink/whatever section, to the right of the red/brown section. Drawing below the black "draw here" part of a tile, into the grey checkerboard part, usually prevents spots on the endges of tiles.
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i ususally do as you advise
but sometimes i just forget about borders