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Zoned!, because no one really enjoys all that Minimap tinkering.
What's this? Does it have anything to do with Marujana?
What? No, no it doesn't. It's a minimap mod.
I don't know about the lot of you, but I find myself always having to tinker with the minimap. For example: I'll be out in the Barrens doing a little flower-picking, and for that I need the minimap zoomed fully out, after I'm done though I'll head back to the Crossroads... and with all likelihood it'll be under attack, so I need to zoom the minimap in to more accurately track those pesky pinkies.
Of course, this isn't forgetting that there are places where having the minimap rotate functionality turned on is helpful, but others where it's simply confusing.
So what if the minimap would simply remember how you liked things? So all you'd have to do is set the zoom in a certain zone, and if you desire the minimap rotate on/off, and whenever you enter that zone the next time the settings will be automatically restored. So no more twiddling... the minimap becomes a set-and-forget beast.
How do I use it?
This is a no-configuration mod, so it just works (until it doesn't, likely because I've gone and buggered something up). The only thing you have to do is as described above; go to a zone and then set your minimap zoom to what you want it to be there, and turn the rotate functionality on if you want it on in that zone too. Then you can leave the rest to the mod, it'll sit quietly in the background and not do anything until you enter that zone again.
The only other thing worth considering is that both parts of the mod can be disabled with a simple edit of the Zoned.lua file.
At the very top of the file you have the following two lines:
local zoom = true -- Delete this to disable the zoom-control functionality.
local rotate = true -- Delete this to disable the rotate-control functionality.
Just delete as applicable!
One thing I will mention is that whilst it's true that the rotate functionality will sit quietly and not do anything unless you actually change the rotate options, it's still taking up a tiny bit of resources that you could save if you've never touched the rotate option in your life.