As crazy complex as NSC is, at least it's not too "trappy" because if you miss your set of stairs, there are usually, like 3 other sets of stairs nearby!
(As a side note, I really want the new ISSprOM 2019 symbol set to come out in Open Mapper so I can try out the new multi-level pavement symbol on this map. Hopefully it'll make it more clear!)
Ooh yeah, haven't read through those standards yet
The big changes:
- New symbol for multi-level areas
- Dark green is now illegal to cross (they removed the green-black color that was previously illegal)
- Crossable gray walls are gone. Now they are thinner black lines.
(There are several other smaller changes, but as a sprint mapper, the above are the most relevant to me)
Thin black lines vs gray walls wtf they've gotta be thin but still differentiable from the black lines that separate pavement and non-pavement while also being not thick enough to mistake for an uncrossable wall
Uncrossable walls, fences, and pipelines are all 0.4mm black (as they were before).
Crossable walls, fences, and pipelines are all .21mm black (aside from walls, as they were before). For walls, there are two different symbols. If it's a two-sided wall, then it has spaced circles (like an ISOM rock wall). If it's a one-sided wall, then it has fat tick marks on the downhill side.
Pavement edges and stairway steps are now 0.1mm, up from 0.07mm.
whoa. Having lines for pavement edge and stairs so barrow will help a lot