There seems to be some name mismatches with BGT and/or the BP-BGT Worldmap mod. E.g. you replace "Mutamin's Garden" with "Sharp Teeth Waste," but on BGT with the BP-BGT Worldmap mod the area ends up being called "Basilisk Monument."
The Worldmap and BGT have different labels, but it should end up being called "Sharp Teeth Waste" no matter what, because I'm matching on area codes not the previous text. Unless it's installed before the Worldmap mod, then it replaces entries in its .tra file.
For compatibility with Worldmap's Original Travel Times you need to REPLACE_TEXTUALLY on "Worldmap/map_mods_trans.tra" and for compatibility with Revised Travel Times you apparently need to REPLACE_TEXTUALLY on both files.
I don't know why the Worldmap mod ends up extracting analogous files to 2 different folders (BP-BGT_Worldmap and Worldmap, not to be confused with BGT/Worldmap) - maybe you have an idea? But I guess I'll take your word about replacing in both, which is nearly as easy as replacing in one. It is probably easiest and best just to install this after Worldmap, no?
Why just "Grove" instead of the "Cloakwood Grove" that you posted in the discussion thread?
It's "Grove" only on the small (BG1/Tutu) map; as you can see above, "Cloakwood Grove" does not actually fit horizontally without overwriting other labels. And you can't put line breaks in map labels. I tried - it just ignores them. With the Worldmap mod, "Cloakwood Grove" can be spelled out because there's more room.
I'm not sure where 'Fire Leaf Forest' comes from but the area (ar5300) has a marker in it calling itself 'Cloud Peak Mountains'. Whereas the 'Cloud Peaks' in the map above (ar5500) has no marker at all. I'd suggest 'Cloud Peak Mountains' for ar5300 and 'Area With Three or More Gibberlings', aka 'G>3' for ar5500.
There was some discussion of that in this thread
. The gist is that the actual Cloud Peaks mountain range covers everything on the current map from "Bear River" to "Valley of the Tombs" (and stretches much further east) and of the 2 areas that have "Cloud Peaks" markers, neither is mountainous (or even "peakish"). So I used that label for what Dudley calls "Gibberling Mountains" (aka "Dragon's Run" in BGT) because that's clearly in the Cloud Peaks and is the only area that actually looks like it.
I could do a component that changes the text on the markers in those areas so it's not as confusing. That should be easy enough.