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Allow DMs to launch directly into player mode

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It would be great if DMs could launch a game directly into player mode instead of loading into GM mode automatically, then needing to go click "Re-Join as Player" and wait.
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Gold
Forum Champion
One way to do that.... Right-Click on the "Rejoin as Player" button. BOOKMARK that link in your web browser. Anytime you open from that bookmark URL, it will be the Player Mode! Still a good suggestion, but that's how you can accomplish it in the meantime. Of course you'll have to tell your Co-GM's to do the bookmarking, each in their own browsers with this workaround method.
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Gold said: One way to do that.... Right-Click on the "Rejoin as Player" button. BOOKMARK that link in your web browser. Anytime you open from that bookmark URL, it will be the Player Mode! Still a good suggestion, but that's how you can accomplish it in the meantime. Of course you'll have to tell your Co-GM's to do the bookmarking, each in their own browsers with this workaround method. Awesome suggestion. DIdn't even think about trying something like this. I regularly log into a game that I set up and spend several minutes confused. Good workaround for now. Having a "Join as Player" option from the Campaign Details page would be a nice little option. I'd offer my +1 if I had any left.
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That is a great suggestion Gold.  Thank you!
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