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Map of North America.

I have spent the last week trying to add rivers but end up raising the land level after every render, see the last screen shot. I have tried a few different things with no success, if anyone out there has an idea, please let me know.

 

 


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Your map looks great! Perhaps you need to make it bigger for rivers. This map is like 60% bigger than yours and does have rivers.

 

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