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Pause!

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There should be an option to permit a DM/GM/Keeper to pause a game so players don't go flying around the map.
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Ray
Pro
Use the TokenLock API to stop players moving their tokens.
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Finderski
Pro
Sheet Author
Compendium Curator
Ray said: Use the TokenLock API to stop players moving their tokens. That's a Pro only feature (API), unfortunately...
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Thanks for the reply anyhow, both. Sadly on  Foundry  they offer this pause option without a Pro or Plus subscription. I prefer setting my sessions here, but this is unfortunate for the GM/keepers. Pausing a game so players can't run amok/go off on their own just to check out an area on a map should be a basic requirement.
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Kraynic
Pro
Sheet Author
I guess I see this is a social problem.  I expect people to be able to cooperate a bit.  I simply don't play with people I have to lock out of their tokens/characters.  If I am worried about this sort of thing between sessions, then I just move the ribbon to a world or regional map page. If you do play with people that can't control themselves, then I can certainly see the appeal.
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Thank you Kraynic, I do appreciate your reply. I'll copy & paste your response in to let them see the difference. By the way, this is not between sessions, it is in a session.
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Roll20 Dev Team
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