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    seperating or removing DM info from a map

    anyone got good way to take the DM info off a map I pulled out of a PDF from an old TSR adventure? Looking to make a players map without obvious paint marks covering the 1, 2, 3, Name of building, etc.

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    Photoshop. Start with the Clone Stamp Tool, and manually copy/paste areas that look similar. Follow up with hand-brushing in over the top to blend in if needed.

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    PhotoShop, GIMP, Inkscape all have clone tools. You can Google videos on how to use them.

    Or, like me, just redo the maps in your mapping program of choice (mine is CC3+)

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    See this video from the Wiki: https://www.fantasygrounds.com/filel...rescale-1a.wmv Start at 2:50 for removing GM info, but I'd recommend watching the whole video as it's not long and has a lot of useful information.

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