|A 01 02 03 04||B 01 02 03 04|
|C 01 02 03 04||D 01 02 03 04|
First of all, click on 01-04 next to each square of the map, until it looks exactly like YOUR game's map.
Making a map with this page lets you see all the hot spots that exist in your town's own walk map.
Some hot spots are marked on your walks, some aren't. Marked spots will contain other owners and presents.
The unmarked spots will contain either hidden presents, garbage, or just absolutely nothing. It's random.
Ideally, you want to cover as many of these spots as you can, because you might find some hidden presents.
Don't expect presents to just start jumping out at you, but if there, they'll only ever be in THESE spots.
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Saving Your Map
Since the map you made is made up of four seperate images, it's easier to just take a snap of your screen.
On PCs, hitting the Print Screen key will take a snapshot of your entire computer screen as currently seen.
Then you just paste it into Microsoft Paint. Crop around it with the little dotted line square then save it.
Macintosh users can hit COMMAND+SHIFT+3, and paste into their imaging program of choice.
Thanks to Frank Nauta and Jason Pero.
NOTICE! NOTICE! NOTICE!
I'm not the one who scripted this. I adapted the script/images from this page. It's in japanese text.
I did copy it, but only so that english-speaking audiences could use it. Credit goes to the original author.
I don't speak japanese, so I'm not able to contact that individual. I'm hoping this is fair enough usage!
Adapted to English language by Adam Pearson.
contact at puyopop (at) gmail dot com.
This is the preloading images bit... don't mind it!