bartbes wrote:EDIT: I might as well add: Did we reach the milestone yet?
ticket, I'd say almost
Milestone will have more iterations - as William added zooming, I wanted to test it out - when you zoom in/out tiles don't align too well, unless it was wilful to show borders of tiles then? If it wasn't we might want to think about disabling of zoom, if solution to this will be more complicated than it's worth, that's why we are not closing the ticket yet
bartbes wrote:EDIT2: About the screen sizes, I'm not sure those resolutions are an accurate representation, as the steam platform is mostly for gamers who play professionally created games, in the indie segment of the 'market' we have a wider variety of players, from those gamers to gamers who want to play a game on their netbook while traveling. So while the maximum size might very well be correct I'd suggest we need to do some more research on the minimum. The best would be support for all resolutions you can think of, but the best approach might be seeing what the minimum actually is when we finish the GUI (or GUI design), and make everything flexible.
Most netbooks have minimum of 1024x600 and do just well with 800x600, what's why I added this resolution to list that's not on steam
Well, unless we would want to support older 7 inch or smaller netbooks and newer 7 inch netbooks with thouchscreens, then height of 480 is required (most are 800x480). Anyway we left out also upper limit, that is added to huge LCD's lately - 2560x1600 so I say we leave out that huge one - thus we are left with common heights of 480 to 1200? I wanted to scale up/down the map a bit to see how much of map will be seen in smallest and largest situation, before we do something with zoom - i.e. fix it or ditch it