Beware most web browsers no longer support running Java Applets. This includes Chrome, Firefox, Opera and MS Edge.
Only the old Internet Explorer will work on this page!
If you don't see a box above with buttons and a map of Egypt, then this is why. Press WinKey + R and type iexplore to run IE.
You need Java Runtime installed. If you just see a square with a red x on upper left corner or if the box is black, then you don't have it installed.
Goto http://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp to install. If you get an error saying "Java applications are blocked by your security settings" or "Your security settings have blocked an untrusted application from running", then you need to add https://atitd.sharpnetwork.net to the Exception list in Java control panel. See instructions here. Win7/8/10 users, click Start button and type "Configure Java" in the box. Choose Security tab, then 'Edit Site List' button. Click Add button and enter: https://atitd.sharpnetwork.net . Click Ok. Don't worry, Java will still ask "Do you want to run this Unsigned Application?" each new session. Adding my site to the exception list doesn't mean I can sneak or force other java applications. It will still ask you first even with my site in the exception list.
To get and narrow down a search area do the following:
I strongly encourage you to keep a log while using this program! On Notepad, write down coordinates where you drop EVERY rabbit and the direction it went. It is very easy to undo something unintentionally or to entirely screw up your progress by a misclick. By keeping track, you can always start over and input everything again and get back to where you was.
Falcon Finder was originally created in 2005 and full credits to this application goes to Ronald de Keijzer (aka Geldon).
Thanks to Oni for the T6 map image. Original location to map image is http://www.atitd.org/wiki/tale6/File:EgyptFullT6.PNG
I simply resized it to 2048x4096 and converted to .gif which this applet requires.
Additionally, I replace the map each tale. Currently the map is using Tale 8 image.
KNOWN ISSUES: Some of the land wont display on the world borders. This is about 100+ coordinates on all borders of the world that will be chopped off. This same behavior also occurs in the original falcon finder. This is not an issue with the map, but rather the java program. Since I do not have the source code, I can not fix this.