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Discussion in 'UO Lake Austin' started by Draden, Aug 13, 2019.

  1. Draden

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    Is there still a program to help with coordinates while fishing? Or finding treasure maps?
     
  2. Basara

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    All the locations are completely random, and now on all facets.

    That said, you can still use any of the mapping programs (look for Kojak's updated version of UOAM on the main UHall forum here on Stratics), though they might require UOAssist with the CC. Some of the later programs also can be used with the EC, if they have the right plug-in (Pinco's or a stand-alone specifically for it).

    I still have a google drive file set public that allows you to input SOS or Treasure map Latitude & Longitude, and it converts into data lines you can paste into a .map file for UOAM or UOCartographer. MIB Coordinate Calculator for UOAM/UO Cartographer

    Note that it can be edited by multiple people.


    There is also the Davies Locker added shortly after High Seas. A T-map or SOS placed into it will display their coordinates (to within a degree) and you can take the map/SOS, and start searching from those coordinates.


    The THB house still has the old Trammel and Fel rune books (condensed into Runic Atlases) for T-maps, mainly as shortcuts for getting around. I've also added a Runic Atlas of shortcuts to various parts of Malas, and am working on books for other shards (as well as some rare spots in Trammel).