I'm working on the Stanley map at the moment -that will take awhile to finish up, but will take a screen shot of the jump map and then use some gimmick I recently used ( a closed panel ) -will write something like *spoiler alert* on it and will need to remember to have the panel closed by default (the worries of a webmaster.... :whis: - ok it isn't exactly like creating world peace...
I was wrong about Stanley- it is 11 x 8 screenshots- so add in another 930 or so px tall -and you got a pretty sizeable map there -about 4 times larger than the Goose Green map.
Pardon the lack of a banner yet - busy week this end of the world... my next project on this title is to come up with a scenario locator key matched up to the scenario list. I found a big, labeled topo map on Wikipedia that has a permissive licence ... so I think I will take advantage of that.
Who knows, I might even find the top 10 singles for the first week of April 1982 (both UK and US -mainly because I had no idea about most of the UK ones when I looked at them). . . :)
8 Aug 2011 Edit: Maps done - did 2 versions of Stanley (well 3 if you count the thunbnail I use on the page)... 1 full-sized- 2d zoomout -which is an 80.5 b gif- and for those just wanting a better idea - I did one that was as wide as my computer screen -something like 1980 px x about 750 px ... and is under 1 mb (850 kb iirc).
A lot of the action takes place on map files that are 1 kb -so I did not do any of those (I think most are probably sub-maps anyways).
Uploading right now -although I think I forgot to add the folder where I stashed the smaller Stanley map- so I will have do another quick update after this upload packet hits the web.
-Later same day: Ok, maps are up..
Port Stanley's smaller (>1mb size) - on the link below.