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5e Shaped Sheet Display Error?

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I've been using Shaped Sheets for a while, and recently this display error of the box not appearing around proficiency bonus, armor class, or spell levels has started to appear. I know it's not actively maintained anymore, but is there any way to fix this? That, and the lines not appearing on the box around skills.
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keithcurtis
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There's another thread reporting this, too. The script is old and no longer maintained, but this might be a minor problem for anyone daring to open the code...
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Here's hoping someone can fix it then! The sheet still works, but I'm hopeful nonetheless.
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Tyler
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Most of the boxes are not appearing for me anymore. It's just white fields with numbers.
keithcurtis said: There's another thread reporting this, too. The script is old and no longer maintained, but this might be a minor problem for anyone daring to open the code... The link to the thread seems to have 404'd, it just links back to my campaigns.
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keithcurtis
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Ah, I didn't check. It's a report on the Pro forum. This is a better thread, anyway, due to the screen shot.
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I noticed this bug but didn't think much of it, until today when I hopped on and my sheets were partially unreadable. Here is what a new sheet looks like:
Here is hoping someone can take a look into this, as I really do enjoy this sheet as well as the fact a lot of my monsters are using this sheet as well. 
Yes, pls halp. It's a lot of work proving to a dragon that I am not the cause of the world's destruction. Even more work when I have to spend the first 30 minutes of the session adjusting my sheets weekly :(
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I have put up a pull request with a fix for this issue on the Github, and hopefully it will be accepted by Roll20 during the next time they process the pull requests. (Usually starting on Monday according to the wiki) For those curious here is the pull request:&nbsp; <a href="https://github.com/Roll20/roll20-character-sheets/pull/10033" rel="nofollow">https://github.com/Roll20/roll20-character-sheets/pull/10033</a> Pro users can use the custom character sheet option in their games to apply my fix themselves while it hasn't been accepted. Follow the instructions at: <a href="https://wiki.roll20.net/DnD5e_Shaped_Character_Sheet#How_to_Update_the_sheet_yourself_.28as_Pro.29" rel="nofollow">https://wiki.roll20.net/DnD5e_Shaped_Character_Sheet#How_to_Update_the_sheet_yourself_.28as_Pro.29</a> &nbsp;but instead of using the linked css on the wiki(for step 5), copy the css from this link here:&nbsp; <a href="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mrgreenhippo/roll20-character-sheets/5eShapedImageFix/5eShaped/5eShaped.css" rel="nofollow">https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mrgreenhippo/roll20-character-sheets/5eShapedImageFix/5eShaped/5eShaped.css</a> &nbsp; Make sure that you check that Legacy Sanitization is checked, otherwise the sheet will not load correctly. (For a screenshot you can look three posts below this one.) If you do it properly there shouldn't be any data loss or new issues present; and I've tested it well enough I believe. Even though roll20s 'roll back' feature should take care of any issues I may have missed that you run into; I still would recommend you back-up(copy) your campaign before doing this just in case if you have the space to do so. EDIT: If you do come across any issues related to my change, please let me know and I'll do my best to fix them as soon as I can. EDIT 2: Legacy Sanitization
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Thank you so much! Hopefully Roll20 does accept it, but it works on my side so far.
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Mathew H. said: I have put up a pull request with a fix for this issue on the Github, and hopefully it will be accepted by Roll20 during the next time they process the pull requests. (Usually starting on Monday according to the wiki) For those curious here is the pull request:&nbsp; <a href="https://github.com/Roll20/roll20-character-sheets/pull/10033" rel="nofollow">https://github.com/Roll20/roll20-character-sheets/pull/10033</a> Pro users can use the custom character sheet option in their games to apply my fix themselves while it hasn't been accepted. Follow the instructions at: <a href="https://wiki.roll20.net/DnD5e_Shaped_Character_Sheet#How_to_Update_the_sheet_yourself_.28as_Pro.29" rel="nofollow">https://wiki.roll20.net/DnD5e_Shaped_Character_Sheet#How_to_Update_the_sheet_yourself_.28as_Pro.29</a> &nbsp;but instead of using the linked css on the wiki(for step 5), copy the css from this link here:&nbsp; <a href="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mrgreenhippo/roll20-character-sheets/5eShapedImageFix/5eShaped/5eShaped.css" rel="nofollow">https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mrgreenhippo/roll20-character-sheets/5eShapedImageFix/5eShaped/5eShaped.css</a> &nbsp; If you do it properly there shouldn't be any data loss or new issues present; and I've tested it well enough I believe. Even though roll20s 'roll back' feature should take care of any issues I may have missed that you run into; I still would recommend you back-up(copy) your campaign before doing this just in case if you have the space to do so. EDIT: If you do come across any issues related to my change, please let me know and I'll do my best to fix them as soon as I can. So, this is definitely my inexperience talking, but when I followed the steps in the instructions you linked and also added in your CSS instead of the original CSS, my sheets came out looking like this: I don't suppose you might be able to point out what I might be doing wrong that it comes out like this?
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Steph said: Mathew H. said: I have put up a pull request with a fix for this issue on the Github, and hopefully it will be accepted by Roll20 during the next time they process the pull requests. (Usually starting on Monday according to the wiki) For those curious here is the pull request:&nbsp; <a href="https://github.com/Roll20/roll20-character-sheets/pull/10033" rel="nofollow">https://github.com/Roll20/roll20-character-sheets/pull/10033</a> Pro users can use the custom character sheet option in their games to apply my fix themselves while it hasn't been accepted. Follow the instructions at: <a href="https://wiki.roll20.net/DnD5e_Shaped_Character_Sheet#How_to_Update_the_sheet_yourself_.28as_Pro.29" rel="nofollow">https://wiki.roll20.net/DnD5e_Shaped_Character_Sheet#How_to_Update_the_sheet_yourself_.28as_Pro.29</a> &nbsp;but instead of using the linked css on the wiki(for step 5), copy the css from this link here:&nbsp; <a href="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mrgreenhippo/roll20-character-sheets/5eShapedImageFix/5eShaped/5eShaped.css" rel="nofollow">https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mrgreenhippo/roll20-character-sheets/5eShapedImageFix/5eShaped/5eShaped.css</a> &nbsp; If you do it properly there shouldn't be any data loss or new issues present; and I've tested it well enough I believe. Even though roll20s 'roll back' feature should take care of any issues I may have missed that you run into; I still would recommend you back-up(copy) your campaign before doing this just in case if you have the space to do so. EDIT: If you do come across any issues related to my change, please let me know and I'll do my best to fix them as soon as I can. So, this is definitely my inexperience talking, but when I followed the steps in the instructions you linked and also added in your CSS instead of the original CSS, my sheets came out looking like this: I don't suppose you might be able to point out what I might be doing wrong that it comes out like this? When you were putting in the html/css, was Legacy Sanitization checked? I thought it was automatically checked already, but I could be incorrect.&nbsp; I'll edit my original post to include this step.&nbsp; If this doesn't fix your problem though, let me know.
The sheet has been unstable and seems to be getting worse overtime.
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Mathew H. said: Steph said: Mathew H. said: I have put up a pull request with a fix for this issue on the Github, and hopefully it will be accepted by Roll20 during the next time they process the pull requests. (Usually starting on Monday according to the wiki) For those curious here is the pull request:&nbsp; <a href="https://github.com/Roll20/roll20-character-sheets/pull/10033" rel="nofollow">https://github.com/Roll20/roll20-character-sheets/pull/10033</a> Pro users can use the custom character sheet option in their games to apply my fix themselves while it hasn't been accepted. Follow the instructions at: <a href="https://wiki.roll20.net/DnD5e_Shaped_Character_Sheet#How_to_Update_the_sheet_yourself_.28as_Pro.29" rel="nofollow">https://wiki.roll20.net/DnD5e_Shaped_Character_Sheet#How_to_Update_the_sheet_yourself_.28as_Pro.29</a> &nbsp;but instead of using the linked css on the wiki(for step 5), copy the css from this link here:&nbsp; <a href="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mrgreenhippo/roll20-character-sheets/5eShapedImageFix/5eShaped/5eShaped.css" rel="nofollow">https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mrgreenhippo/roll20-character-sheets/5eShapedImageFix/5eShaped/5eShaped.css</a> &nbsp; If you do it properly there shouldn't be any data loss or new issues present; and I've tested it well enough I believe. Even though roll20s 'roll back' feature should take care of any issues I may have missed that you run into; I still would recommend you back-up(copy) your campaign before doing this just in case if you have the space to do so. EDIT: If you do come across any issues related to my change, please let me know and I'll do my best to fix them as soon as I can. So, this is definitely my inexperience talking, but when I followed the steps in the instructions you linked and also added in your CSS instead of the original CSS, my sheets came out looking like this: I don't suppose you might be able to point out what I might be doing wrong that it comes out like this? When you were putting in the html/css, was Legacy Sanitization checked? I thought it was automatically checked already, but I could be incorrect.&nbsp; I'll edit my original post to include this step.&nbsp; If this doesn't fix your problem though, let me know. I'm really sorry to be asking for more help, but even with the legacy sanitization turned on, this is still the preview I am getting. I am just copying and pasting the whole code into each section as the instructions say, so I don't know what I'm doing wrong. &gt;.&lt;
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Steph said: Mathew H. said: Steph said: Mathew H. said: I have put up a pull request with a fix for this issue on the Github, and hopefully it will be accepted by Roll20 during the next time they process the pull requests. (Usually starting on Monday according to the wiki) For those curious here is the pull request:&nbsp; <a href="https://github.com/Roll20/roll20-character-sheets/pull/10033" rel="nofollow">https://github.com/Roll20/roll20-character-sheets/pull/10033</a> Pro users can use the custom character sheet option in their games to apply my fix themselves while it hasn't been accepted. Follow the instructions at: <a href="https://wiki.roll20.net/DnD5e_Shaped_Character_Sheet#How_to_Update_the_sheet_yourself_.28as_Pro.29" rel="nofollow">https://wiki.roll20.net/DnD5e_Shaped_Character_Sheet#How_to_Update_the_sheet_yourself_.28as_Pro.29</a> &nbsp;but instead of using the linked css on the wiki(for step 5), copy the css from this link here:&nbsp; <a href="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mrgreenhippo/roll20-character-sheets/5eShapedImageFix/5eShaped/5eShaped.css" rel="nofollow">https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mrgreenhippo/roll20-character-sheets/5eShapedImageFix/5eShaped/5eShaped.css</a> &nbsp; If you do it properly there shouldn't be any data loss or new issues present; and I've tested it well enough I believe. Even though roll20s 'roll back' feature should take care of any issues I may have missed that you run into; I still would recommend you back-up(copy) your campaign before doing this just in case if you have the space to do so. EDIT: If you do come across any issues related to my change, please let me know and I'll do my best to fix them as soon as I can. So, this is definitely my inexperience talking, but when I followed the steps in the instructions you linked and also added in your CSS instead of the original CSS, my sheets came out looking like this: I don't suppose you might be able to point out what I might be doing wrong that it comes out like this? When you were putting in the html/css, was Legacy Sanitization checked? I thought it was automatically checked already, but I could be incorrect.&nbsp; I'll edit my original post to include this step.&nbsp; If this doesn't fix your problem though, let me know. I'm really sorry to be asking for more help, but even with the legacy sanitization turned on, this is still the preview I am getting. I am just copying and pasting the whole code into each section as the instructions say, so I don't know what I'm doing wrong. &gt;.&lt; The preview window is pretty buggy when it comes to this sheet, even before my change; I'm not sure exactly why that is, but it is. (Someone with more knowledge than me probably has an answer.)&nbsp; That preview does match my preview exactly though, so everything should be correct I believe.&nbsp; Have you tried saving changes and viewing it from within the game?
Hey there, when using the steps you showed I get this, seems like somethings off slightly.
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keithcurtis
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That looks like the translation JSON was not installed.
I copied the json as instructed, not sure what I'm doing wrong there.
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I can confirm in my own testing I got a similar result to Ryudo in one of my Test Channels I use for playing around with custom character sheets and that was with following all the steps. Unless I copied something wrong somewhere, as sometimes that happens to me, too.
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That definitely looks like the translation was not properly added as Kieth said; are you sure you copied the correct document for the translation and that you only copied one of the JSONs?&nbsp; Here is the direct link to the raw file for the english translation you can copy from, if that's your language of choice:&nbsp;&nbsp; <a href="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mlenser/roll20-character-sheets/master/5eShaped/translations/en.json" rel="nofollow">https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mlenser/roll20-character-sheets/master/5eShaped/translations/en.json</a>
As I stated I copied from the wiki as instructed, used the en.json on the github and I got that result. Trying the copied one when home but just informing how I was going so far.
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It's all good; I just thought that there was a possibility that you accidently copied too much or too little while viewing the file from Githubs UI when copying the file over because everything else with the sheet looks correct.&nbsp; That would be the simplest explanation to your problem, but maybe not the correct one.
Homfry said: The sheet has been unstable and seems to be getting worse overtime. It's a shame, the sheet is far better than the base 5e sheets, imo
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Ryudo said: As I stated I copied from the wiki as instructed, used the en.json on the github and I got that result. Trying the copied one when home but just informing how I was going so far. Yeah, it happened to me as well and I also copied the en.json.
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Gebri said: Yeah, it happened to me as well and I also copied the en.json. Are you still having this issue now?&nbsp; I know you said previously you managed to get it working.
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I went through the steps again from scratch to see what might be the issue.&nbsp; While doing so, I noticed that Roll20 auto-populates the translation tab with '{}'.&nbsp; You need to make sure you delete those brackets before pasting the translation JSON into the tab.(The translation tab should be empty before you paste).&nbsp; The instructions on the wiki don't explicitly say that, so this could also be what's causing the issue.
Magma Lair said: I noticed this bug but didn't think much of it, until today when I hopped on and my sheets were partially unreadable. Here is what a new sheet looks like: Do you fix it?? I am having the same problem...
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Mathew H. said: I went through the steps again from scratch to see what might be the issue.&nbsp; While doing so, I noticed that Roll20 auto-populates the translation tab with '{}'.&nbsp; You need to make sure you delete those brackets before pasting the translation JSON into the tab.(The translation tab should be empty before you paste).&nbsp; The instructions on the wiki don't explicitly say that, so this could also be what's causing the issue. I did what you said here, and it works completely perfectly now!
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The Pull request has been merged with the roll20 version, so the issue should be fixed for everyone if you select the "D&amp;D 5e (Shaped) " sheet when selecting your character sheet template. (Or if that's already selected for you the issue should be fixed the next time you launch your game.)