Pantography Mod 1.14.4, 1.12.2 – Easy Way To Copy Map Item Data

Author: MrShadyMan
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The player can copy data from Pantography Mod 1.14.4 to other maps, including different scale maps. Pantographs are mechanical links that connect in parallelograms. This means that when one pen moves in order to trace an image, the other pen makes identical movements. A pen attached to the other will draw an identical, enlarged or miniaturized copy of a line drawing if it is traced by the first points.

Features:

Two methods of use are available:

  1. Place two filled maps into a crafting grid
    • The first filled map will be the target map, and the second filled map the source map. The maps can be different scales and different areas.
    • The resulting filled map will be the target map with any data that fits into its area from the source map copied into any blank pixels of the target map – and the source map will be left in the crafting grid unchanged.
  2. Build and use a pantograph.
    • Place source filled maps in the left crafting grid, and a target filled map in the target slot in middle. If the source maps all intersect the target map, a result map will appear in the crafting result slot on the right. Take the resulting map, and the target map will also clear.
    • Place source filled maps in the left crafting grid, and a target empty map in the target slot in middle. In the crafting result slot on the right will appear a result filled the map, which attempts to contain the data from all of the source filled maps (even scaling to higher scale levels if needed).

Integrates with Mega Map to allow copying multiple maps from a large area into a Mega Map (which can be scale 5 or greater, unlike vanilla maps).

Example uses:

  • Make a bunch of detailed scales 0 maps, then copy all those maps into a scale 4 map to make a single overview map without duplicating exploration.
  • Make and fill a scale 4 map, decide where to explore in detail, and copy the scale 4 Map data into a scale 1 map to start with a general picture of the area and explore to fill in the detail.
  • Using Bibliocraft’s Atlas, create an atlas of scale 0 maps, then copy the map data to a set of scale 4 maps to make an overview atlas.

Screenshots:

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