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New Software: MapReplace
MapReplace takes a map and allows you to replace a given object/floor - or series of objects/floors - with another series of objects/floors. They can be replaced sequentially or randomly, which means that you can, for instance, fill an area with a start tile, then replace them all at random instead of by hand. It's a console application, but includes a GUI frontend for easier usage. In its current state, it's somewhat like ReMapper but with far better range support.
Additionally, MapReplace is a bit of a special case. It was commissioned by Arden with the express intent of being released publicly as open source! As it's being released under the MPL2 with full Delphi source code, if you're a programmer you can do pretty much anything with it. Make sure to read the license, though. There's a complete map-reading/writing library in there, too.
MapReplace is available in Furcadia Projects!