But is it ISOM17 compliant?
There's no way those pants can be called "white", or even "off-white", and $50 says the printer didn't use pantone colours, so no.
Pantone isn't part of ISOM17.
Neither are khaki short pants.
Fair enough. That settles it.
But what happens to a depression that becomes a knoll?
I am struggling to respond.
To my eye that green looks closer to olive than to any of the vegetation densities. Not sure if it increases or decreases the market share to show the entire area as out of bounds
Probably olive only needed where tinytoes detects depressions transforming to knolls.
Good grief, you lot are as bad as the friends who looked at me wearing my favourite Little Cantara Dunes t-shirt all those years ago (the map printed on it being the model event from Aust Champs 1994) and commented on the "pair of knolls".
I'm surprised they didn't nickname you Little Cantara on the spot.
OMG, it's like going to Amazon jungle to observe people practicing pre-historic orienteering
Jenny, you will notice it was tinytoes who takes the credit.
Mr Log (I assume that is not a double meaning, and neither is Mr Invisible) tinytoes was scarred by a NSW schools team t-shirt nearly 20 years ago, with IOF symbol combinations selected for various team members boasting of their personal attributes or injury history.
I know this isn't my conversation but I do feel this belongs herehttps://www.zazzle.co.uk/orienteering_leggings_map...
A solid investment, I think you'll agree.
Oh dear. I am now feeling a little scarred. I was merely acknowledging what I think was a superior display of wit by tinytoes. As t invisible, just look at the current state of my log.
Invis - For you to acknowledge my comment as superior I am truly humbled!