Thanks for the confirmation. That's what I feared.
Does anyone know of a site, service, or program that will create maps from current rev (e.g. 0.14.0) MCPE maps?
Either that or perhaps a way to make sense of the MCPE files, themselves? Trying to find some stuff that was built far from the spawn point, and I can't seem to find my way back. Old story, I know... but visualizing the created world would go a long way toward solving the problem.
Go to The File menu, select Open World. It should give you a list of worlds in your saves folder. I think it will only find worlds that are installed in the default folder location. If you have Minecraft installed elsewhere, or want to map a modded world, then use the File... Open command and navigate to the folder that contains the save file you want to view.
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Someone already suggested zooming out farther and you said it's not possible. But here is my idea: If you want to zoom out that far that one pixel=one block on a HD screen isn't enough, the purpose is probably not to see every block. So Minutor could, maybe after a certain scroll distance that changes nothing
(for an idea how that would be, check the turning tool in image editing in the Google photos app, there it "snaps" to 0°, but not hardly, it's more like there is a big area between -1° and +1° that just corresponds to 0° all the way through)
go to 1 pixel=2 blocks, 1 pixel=4 blocks, 1px=8bl, 16, 32, etc. To display it, it could either only display all the blocks which coordinates are divisible by 2, 4, 8, etc. (still some information about single blocks, less calculating time) or display an average colour of all the 4, 16, etc. blocks in the pixel (probably smoother image, especially for buildings, probably better look on a big scale).
Also I would like a key for the height scroll bar, as someone else also already suggested. For example the up and down key could always go up and down and WASD always move on the map. I'd also like some way to go faster, maybe Ctrl+WASD.
Btw, I updated from 2.0.1 to 2.1 today and it's great! Nice new functions, new 1.8 and 1.9 blocks, now there are only 1.10 blocks missing. Would it help you if I sent you definition packs for new versions?