Hello, first let me say that I really am enjoying this program and I am convincing my friends state-side to utilize it when we play.
Just some things (so far). I am working on creating the pathfinder module D0 - Hollow´s Last Hope with this program. I have been able to create the encounter maps without difficulty and added the creatures I need. Here are my questions that would assist me in making this the most awesomess game for my kids :-)
Is there a way (beside clicking the settings icon on a token) to view the GM notes written there? For example, I want to write down AC, HPs, Attack and Damage info. I would like to maybe have the ability to hover over the token (or maybe a hover and key combo) to give me a quick peek at what I have written there. Mind you that I can just click on the setting icon and look there and not having the feature will not make this program anything less that the great program it is, but just asking if it is possible.
When I put info on the GM Layer, is there a way to change the opacity of the token or writing or drawings I may have placed on it? This is my situation, in the above game there is an encounter where an orc is hiding in the trees. Unless the PCs state that they are looking for something, they won´t see the orc. In this case I place the orc in the GM Layer so that the group can see it, but then I have trouble finding it, because it is so transparent that I have to click and highlight the area I think it is in to see it again. I have the same thing with words. I like to write down notes such as Stuck door and Dc to open it on the GM Layer so that I don´t forget about it, but more importantly so as not to tip of my players to any info I have. I have tried the GM opacity bar, but I have not noticed it doing anything to what I place on the GM Layer.
Thanks for any info on these (minor) issues I have. Once I am done with my campaign, is there a way to "package" it in case I wanted to send it to someone? I read where someone was asking about modules to game in, or use as a base line to modify to there needs, and this may be a great way to share some of the stuff we create.
Anyway, thanks for such a great product and continued success with it.