I’ve spent some time fiddling with Gridmapper. The new version is /incompatible/ with the old version if you used the larger arcs. If you need to load map you saved using the old version, you can use this link:
You’ll note that it uses `n` to create arcs.
Let’s assume you used those arcs in a map of yours:
Here’s what you’ll get when you switch to the new version: the arcs turned into diagonals with walls.
That’s because the new version supports more variants regarding diagonals and it treats arcs differently.
Just to make sure you can always find the link to an old version of Gridmapper if you need it, I’ve made sure the individual maps currently saved on the wiki all link to Gridmapper 1.1. Just in case.
You can always save that and continue working offline -- or change the those diagonals to arcs. You can do a text export and replace as follows:
nvvv → avv nvv → av nv → a
The latest Gridmapper version moves arcs to a separate layer. They’re now “below” the floor, so that you can place stuff on top of the round parts without strange overlaps. That means you can create maps like the following without any hassles:
It uses `a` to create arcs.
Diaonals have also been improved. We now have three variants:
You cannot use `w` to create diagonal walls, unfortunately. You also cannot use /wall mode/ to place walls or doors in the diagonals. Maybe some day. Leave a comment if you need this.