Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Version 1.4

-Added most of the Secondary locations as displayed in Collector's Guide. Missing some in the contested area.
-Added a function to easy hover over secondary locations while the primary are visible for location comparison.
-Got rid of the default cursor that appears when you right click. You can use the build-in flash menu items "zoom in" and "zoom out" for better use of the map.
-Added a button that enables text next to cursor, so you can see locations' names when zoomed in.
-Replaced the mosaic map with the one extracted from the .bsa textures files. (thanks to maskim for his suggestion and to Killa B for his interest and time from Fallout 3 Nexus).
-The primary locations buttons now have a tooltip based on the names given to markers in the .bsa texture file.

Current Progress
Adding the rest of the locations and working on a search function.

NOTE: If you find typos, or antthing dispalyed incorrectly, please comment.

(1) http://www.nma-fallout.com/content.php?page=fo3-maps-interactive
(2) For a standalone resizable version go to:

Scroll down to view the map. Flash player is required.


Christophe said...

Great map !! Keep up the good work!

Fidon M said...

I think there is a typo when you hover over the "EASY" button with the cursor, the info says: "Easy seconday LOC target ON" instead of "Easy secondary LOC target ON" , but anyway the map is awesome.

You deserve a medal for the effort and hard work. Thanks!

Brother None said...

That's a pretty damned good map, indeed.

If you don't mind, I'd like to add a mirror for it to NMA, an embedded .swf at the NMA Fallout 3 maps section with a link back to this blogspot.

Thoughts? Contact me at brothernone@nma-fallout.com

Anonymous said...

Heya, thanks a bunch for the map. Extremely useful, and functional.
Awesome work, keep it up!

Anonymous said...

Wow, it's really a big work. And, it's great.

Have you ever think about add more special item on the map, for example the unique weapon and armour?

I also think it will be cool to add Longitude and Latitude on the map. Too greedy, right?