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If you have an old map that you would like to recreate in DungeonFog, you can use the blueprint tool.

What are blueprints?

Blueprints are an overlay that show you the map image you have uploaded as a reference to recreate the map.

Blueprints are a reference only. To prevent infringements on intellectual property, we hide the blueprint on export and in the player's version of the viewer.

How do I use the blueprint tool?

In this video, we explain the details of the blueprint feature:

General Overview

To access blueprints, use the selection tool and select the stage.

  1. Enable Blueprints by selecting “Show Blueprint”
  2. Open the Blueprint Manager and select a blueprint.
  3. Adjust opacity

Blueprint manager

The blueprint manager allows you to upload images and use them as blueprints.

Upload your image - Switch to "Resize map" to adjust your map and align it to the image.

Preview area - Make fine-adjustments to match image and grid.

Keyboard Shortcuts

CTRL+SCROLL - zoom the preview area

SPACE+left - mouse to pan the view

SHIFT+SCROLL (or arrow keys) - Fine-adjust position

ALT+SCROLL - rotate image

ALT+click & drag - to draw new grid

Once you are ready apply the setup to your image and the blueprint will be added to your editor canvas.