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Subject: Homebrew TTR games rss

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Karl Karlsson
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Hi, i just want to ask you guys What is the best way to distribute a homebrew TTR board to the public ?

My game was ready few years ago and I have gifted it to friends and family,

Now its time to share it with the world, and i was just wondering how i should prepare the graphic files so it can be good use to most people.

Should i just upload a full scale image of the board, or should i cut it into A4, A3.

For friends I print it on 4x A3 sheets in the exact TTR USA board size so people can use there original trains.


For the curious: http://ekkert.org/ttr.jpg
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Carl Brousseau
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IIRC, most people provide a JPG of the whole map (for poster site/print shop jobs) as well as a PDF of set of JPGs for A4 printing, with more A4-sized sheets for tickets.
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Rob Ryan
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Just a note, A4 is not a standard paper size for the USA, Letter (size) is close to A4 but a little different.
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