Hey, first time poster so apologies if this isn't formatted correctly.
I have put quite a lot of time creating high resolution maps as part of the cartographers guild, and its always bugged me that when you upload a Map to the ObPortal "Maps" tab of a campaign, that it resizes and compresses the image to in insane degree.
If I upload a 5100x3300 map (for example) which is a very common size ratio for a digital map: http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/map_images/1180597/Island4.jpg
It becomes compressed and misshaped to 1024x1024, the fact is that 1024x1024 is a very small and very low res image for todays resolution standard, and really makes the Map tab useless as you need to be constantly Zoomed in to the maximum level on the Google Map window to be close enough to see detail, and as soon as you zoom out your already cropping gray into the image... Meaning there is no reason to ever zoom out or use the Google Map window VS simply looking at a raw hosted Jpeg.
TL;DR: Why is 1024x1024 the maximum (especially for ascendant members who are paying for hosting) when that Resolution makes the enbedded google maps window useless?