Fix your URL. It should look like this: [url=http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3915942/Minecraft/maps/TPTT_v_0_4.zip]link
This criticism is meant to be constructive, and points out a certain large mistake in the post, disabling idiots from downloading this map. End of post.
Thanks CreepSheep. I am certain that I fixed this once before. See the thread above where this was pointed out previously. How odd. Anyway, it's corrected now.
Well, I accidentally deleted my custom version of this map so I started over. I'm planning on removing the first test track and build a mod test track or something like that.
I've also made some changes to the main track which I thought you might want to see.
Adding the half blocks on both side, above their respected blocks gives it a bit more symmetry. The obsidian on the right is not needed, so I replaced it with netherack (it's nearer the soul sand), added mushrooms under the tree, the bed was awkward pointing that way so I switched it and placed the repeaters in its place for symmetry. Added snow covered grass, moved a few blocks around, fixed the water, placed the stone slabs on the bottom row so you can see the top, added the sign in the middle so that you could center your view perfectly, and added a sapling next to the flowers. I plan on making half the tree normal and half pine with the new update. Also, setting your view distance to normal has the best results.
...And more that I forgot to add to the list, because I went on the wiki and if I didn't see the block I put it in.
-Snow and sand are on the ground (4 blocks of each on each side of the stacked blocks
-Web would be useless to put in there as it's only used if you hack it into game right now
-Only one mine cart...it's on the left
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"This may hurt a little, but it's something you'll get used to...."
why does the download take SUCH A LONG time it's forever loading but nice map i love it a lot you should update it to 1.6.5 the newest update it came about 20 minutes ago it added hatches and more stuff like tallgrass and little natural sapling-like things