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  • Hi David,

    Here are maps of Direct City 2'4:

    DIRECT CITY 2.4-20130803

    . . . and here is the map of 2'3 I did a couple weeks ago:

    DIRECT CITY 2.3-20130719
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  • I had a chance to do some fun, an Brice reminded me of your progress on DC, so here is a map of your latest version 2'2'7

    DIRECT CITY 2.2.7
    Map of Direct City 2'2'7

    Hope you like it (-:

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  • I made a "trailer" for my version of Tokyo in a special way, to create the effect of "far rendering" :

    Tour of Mega City Tokyo - Extended

    Tour of Mega City Tokyo - Extended

    You'll also notice a familiar building -- I made a version of my favorite building from Direct City. It has the French and German flags on it now, but the version in the video is before I added the flags.

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  • Hi David, I made new maps of Direct City version 2'2'1 dated 05/23/2013:

    DIRECT CITY 2.2.1
    Map of Direct City 2'2'1


    DIRECT CITY 2.2.1-struct
    Map of Direct City 2'2'1, color-coded to show man-made structures including underground excavations.

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  • Hi David, I've just uploaded three maps. Brice requested two of them (-:

    Bricecity11-20120214-1329257059
    Map of world "Bricecity11", dated 02/14/2012 (a very early version of Direct City)

    DIRECT CITY 2.1-20130506-1367861848
    Map of Direct City 2'1, dated 05/06/2013

    DIRECT CITY 2.0.7-2.1-diffs
    Color-coded map showing changes from Direct City version 2'0'7 (04/26/2013) to version 2'1 (05/06/2013)

    You can use them here when you update the Direct_City article, or use them on Facebook!

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  • Hi David,

    In front of your Apple Store in the EWBWCollab world (starting with EWBWCollab4 01/04/2013) there is this pool or fountain, filled with half-high water "slabs". I put a few fence blocks in for the photo just to make it obvious:

    Eden-20130502.234442

    It's not normal water: it's half as high as normal. The water is all "slabs" to use the Minecraft term.

    The normal way to make slabs is to place some water and let it flow, then remove the first water block and very quickly save and exit. But it requires really quick timing and I don't think you could do that a hundred times! 8-O

    So how did you make all that half-high water?

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    • I do it with your way place the water block delte the block and save fast ;)

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    • Okay, kewl. I figured out that I can get five blocks each time, so I see that it really only took about 30 repetitions to make all three fountains. It's pretty cool effect. The ivy seems to make a good trap for creatures, I'll have to do some experiments (MWAH-HA-HA-HA-HA!!!!)

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    • Yeah I does it with few more blocks but it was done after 2 hours :D 

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  • Hey David, I have just started a skyscraper building competion in EDEN open to anyone(  please see my blog for more details) and since you are an admin and have a popular EDEN facebook connection I was wondering, could you advertise my competition on the Direct City World page to get more participants? Also is there any way you could advertsise it on the main Eden world builder page as well? Thanks, and you can participate too if you want!

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    • And also I just changed the date to May 4th instead of this saturday for the competition to end.

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    • hey, if you can, can you please try to advertise my competition within this week on facebook?

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  • Hey David, I did a map of "DIRECT CITY 1'9'9", from 2013 April 6th'. I know you're working on this constantly, so it's not the latest but I guess it's close (-:

    DIRECT CITY 1.9.9-20130406

    To put this map on a page, use the wikitext:

     {{Scrolling Map|DIRECT_CITY_1.9.9-20130406.jpg|580|580}}
    
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    • David Nolte wrote: Ok thx that is much shorter than the description on your website. Can I do it on Windows XP 32bit? 

      Sorry, for the delay, I'm still having trouble finding out when someone has replied or added a comment to my blogs.

      You'll need a C compiler. Microsoft Developer Studio costs money, but Cygwin is free so that's why I recommend Cygwin in the instructions.

      Mrob27 (talk) 00:57, April 28, 2013 (UTC)

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    • Ah ok :) thx 

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  • Thanks a million for the invite :)

    I don't have a personal Facebook account.  I (tried to) make a page for Venture and Utopia a while back, but I couldn't figure out much of how Facebook worked.  I clicked the link you sent be, but I don't know how to message people on Facebook.

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  • You HAVE to come back! Youre now officially an admin!

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