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designer_tutorials:tutorials:factories:off_board_sand_box [2013/08/16 07:54]
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designer_tutorials:tutorials:factories:off_board_sand_box [2013/10/26 09:33] (current)
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   - they can be pushed off screen using the xml, but this loses the ability to easily edit them in the designer.   - they can be pushed off screen using the xml, but this loses the ability to easily edit them in the designer.
   - If the territory will retain neutrality throughout the game, and the game is always played with fog, then it would be possible to put it under a solid part of the board layer and it should never show through because it's never seen.   - If the territory will retain neutrality throughout the game, and the game is always played with fog, then it would be possible to put it under a solid part of the board layer and it should never show through because it's never seen.
-  - The creation of a "sand box" which would maintain the ability of the designer to organize his/her work in a highly editable fashion in the designer and then obscure those territories from game play once finished, yet bring them back into visibility in the designer if the need arises!+  - The creation of a "**sand box**" which would maintain the ability of the designer to organize his/her work in a highly editable fashion in the designer and then obscure those territories from game play once finished, yet bring them back into visibility in the designer if the need arises!
  
 To create a sandbox for your board which can be added/​removed at will in the designer, you will need to create two fill images for your board. ​ One, for actual game play that matches the pixel dimensions of your board layer, and the second (the "​sandbox"​) for expanding the view of your board in the designer which is larger. To create a sandbox for your board which can be added/​removed at will in the designer, you will need to create two fill images for your board. ​ One, for actual game play that matches the pixel dimensions of your board layer, and the second (the "​sandbox"​) for expanding the view of your board in the designer which is larger.
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