Hoyer said: Hi Erich, probably yes, i forked the roll20 repository and I push on it before create a pull request to the main repository, it's a public repository so I can share you the link. However in the history of the file " charsheet_3-5.html " I found all previous versions. Exactly, what do you need? Do you need the old macro? You know, I don't mess with GitHub enough to pay attention to the finer nuances. I saw the file but did not know there was a history attribute to it. Thanks for the tip. Why I am looking for it is simple: trying to help Joe get all of his macros and abilities working once more. The easiest way I can think of doing that is to grab the code he likes and can work with, and make it a custom character sheet for his game. That way he is "insulated" from any other changes which happen to the live sheet. Six years ago Diana made a change to the sheet which broke most of my stuff in my game. I understand progress, believe me. But I took the existing code and made it a custom sheet with my preferred changes to it. Some of the changes you are making are pretty neat, and I know from what modding I did that you have taken on a tough job, with a tough crowd to please. Problem with the 3.5 sheet is the huge amount of information that you have to attempt to capture, all of the wild gyrations people build, and the way it is presented. Personally I want to ask the Devs for permission to have more than one 3.5 sheet. I see so many other sheets in repository with duplicates. A system as diverse as 3.5 should have more than one, in my opinion. The way things are going now any change made will please a certain percentage of players, but also make another percentage unhappy. If we can have more than one 3.5 sheet for the community it may help hold down the dissatisfaction created by change.