User talk:Agamemnus

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Roman Roads[edit]

Hello. Right now I am thinking of just using the current map you made for most of those sicily maps, either as a replacement or addition, in the English wikipedia. Perhaps a JPG version might be more appropriate because the SVG is somewhat heavy. Feel free to post on my English user page also.. it's not as busy as yours! --Agamemnus 21 avril 2014 à 05:30 (CEST)

Hello. The weight of an SVG file shouldn't bother you: MediaWiki makes a PNG out of it whenever it is displayed on a WP page. About this map, I'll soon edit it so the grey roads are more visible. And I'd like to add their names too. That way, it would be complete. --Flappiefh (talk) 09:26, 21 April 2014 (UTC)
In the source map, they aren't all named. I think that there are already a lot of names, anyway: it's getting crowded! For the Sicily roads, perhaps you might want to cut out the mainland and just use Sicily? --Agamemnus (talk) 04:19, 22 April 2014 (UTC)

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Look in the source... I added one. I don't know how to "properly" add a non-free rationale as the template does not specify how. --Agamemnus (talk) 00:58, 30 November 2015 (UTC)

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