Glimmr Automap

version 2/101030 by Erik Temple

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  • Chapter: Customizing the user interface

    By default, Glimmr Automap places a small toolbar at the bottom of the window, containing + and - buttons for zooming in and out. This toolbar can be easily moved or removed. (We can also add your own buttons or remove the + and - buttons, but this is beyond the scope of this documentation; you should be able to figure out how to make the changes you need by studying the source code. You may need to familiarize yourself with the workings of Glimmr Canvas-Based Drawing first, however.)

    GLAM also provides a few commands for the player, such as zooming and opening/closing the map window. The game's responses to these commands can also be customized.