Ok, I sent you an email. Although I meant is there a way to upload .zip files to the forum so others on the forum could look at it... but it does not matter too much.
Yes, you can upload ZIP-files to this forum too. Otherwise, for more permanent files (for others), please upload it to the Wiki. I just setup your account for the Wiki. Please check your email for details!
For largenessMax in schema civ: I understand you want 8, but for a small mongol town, exactly what does changing that to make it smaller do?
Actually, yes, you can choose a smaller number. The largeness sets the maximum population size. For 8 it's 1'000'000. For 7 it's 250'000, 6 is 100'000 etc.
The wiki is missing some things for schema bin:. Normally I can pretty much figure out what stuff is or just copy and paste, but I have no clue what partitions= is. I think it has to do with units entering and such, but I am not sure what it means? For now I just put partitions=Base/E which is what most land units have. Should I just leave it like that?
Yes that's correct. If you want to be able to host ships also use the following:
. I guess this and "Base/E" are the only ones you might ever need. "W" means water & "B" means beach. Beach refers to water-tiles next to land. Water/"W" refers to water tiles excluding beach tiles.
What does schema: view: <this> do? Village has "snowy fortified largeness" and I don't remember seeing that in the game, but it doesn't look like code either.
It's code that says what schema-images you supply for the schema. I.e. the view "aspects" you have. Let's assume you want to create a schema that has 6 directions and snowy version, do the following:
view: snowy direction
. Generally, you need to supply ALL images for all directions both snowy & non-snowy. So, in total you would have 2 x 6 = 12 images. 6 for direction and 2 for snowy/non-snowy.
Now, the actual images are supplied below. The numbers indicate the snowy-index, respectively direction-index:
0-0: non-snowy & direction 0 (0 degrees)
0-1: non-snowy & direction 1 (60 degrees)
1-3: snowy & direction 3 (240 degrees)
Please note, that the "largeness" always comes at the very end of your aspect-list. For "largeness" you do not need to specify all the largeness images. You could for example only supply largeness images 3, 6, and 8. The missing ones will be interpolated. Largeness also only makes sense for cities!
Edit: I have no clue what any of the schema: view: is, like the numbers at the beginning... After attempting to bundle, I typed "snowy fortified largeness" with an extra space and it kept saying that the aspect did not exist (it said aspect does not exist: but had nothing after the colon, should probably fix that unless you meant it to be like that).
I believe if you don't have any special "aspects", just supply 1 schema image using "s:".