With Torfinn's astute advice, I've been having a go at lakkabay's drawing.
I drew a square 5miles-by-5miles (what lakkabay stated the overall is), and centered it over the 500meter-by-500meter section that lakkabay provided.
In Paperspace, with the sheet-size being A3, I inserted a Viewport, and set the scale to 1mm=30m, which is the closest round-number that gets the whole 5 miles to fit on the sheet.
The problem I see is: Even if you can (and you can, using Torfinn's instruction) enlarge the size of the texts-Blocks, I don't see how you are going to get the overall view to be legible. For the text to be large enough to be legible, but not run into each other, and the streets, etc. to be legible... well... it's not.
Unless lakkabay is intending on using a much larger sheet-size for the overall view, with a larger Viewport scale (?)
In the attached .pdf, I scaled the Road Names x10, using Torfinn's instruction (man, that was useful instruction).
« Last Edit: January 08, 2015, 03:20:56 PM by Alvin Gregorio »
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