same universe as my last one
I specifically need the Wikipedia formatted map.
Does electoral geography not work for that?
Like, are you downloading the map as a .PNG, which is directly editable in microsoft paint? Because the wikipedia maps are based in the .svg format, which is in some ways better, but you cant edit them in paint unless you convert them into a .png in which case they get a sort of jpeg-like pixelation (which is maybe what you were referring to?). You could also just download inkscape and edit the map in that, and then convert the result to .png which will look better, but inkscape can be a bit more inconvenient than just using mspaint, especially if you have an older computer. Or alternatively you could just use mapchart, which isn't exactly the wiki map but as I said ends up looking pretty close anyway
On a lot of wikimedia images, there should be an actual page with the image that has links to resize the image in various ways, including the original size. Using this way, you can open a page with the image in full scale .png format and can just copy and paste. But it is one page BACK from the .svg page. Maybe I can find it.That's the issue I've been having (I'm very bad at communicating software issues). I would ordinarily just use the mapchart map, but the key areas of interest in the map I want to make are in the north where the extra zoomed in areas would be useful. Is there any way of downloading the .svg into an editable format without having the issue with pixelation that comes with converting it to .jpeg?