VampyreBytes said: Shame that Roll20 only actively supports D&D, even when they're listed as the author for many of the sheets I use. Dark Mode support, Mobile app support, Print Mode: They're all available but only work cleanly (or at all in some cases) if you built your own sheet, or if you play D&D. Roll20: Reach out to the Sheet designer! Me: Hmm, it says "by Roll20" ... Roll20: Check with the Publisher. Publisher: We just approve the functionality and rule compatibility, and barely at that, to be honest. Roll20 built the stuff. Roll20: Have you tried this feature with D&D??? IT WORKS GREAT! Me: yeah, no thanks, I don't play D&D, I play these games Game A, B, C, D, and E. Roll20: *crickets chirping* What he said. I don't play 5e D&D. But I am a paying customer, and so I hope my expectations would carry some weight with a business. I play a lot of systems on R20, most using sheets available here that I presume were written by fans, and I even have one game set up where I just use the big free-write ascii field instead of a character sheet. But apparently my players and I still can't print our sheets or save them to PDF. I don't program or write code, so to me it seems like there should be a simple way to allow us to print all the pages of any character sheet into one file, even with awkward page breaks, just like we can do with a regular web page. And even it it's not simple, it seems pretty much a given that it's an option that customers would appreciate. Just as in the business world, where I've tasked programmers to provide the functionality I want our company to provide, I'd like to provide the folks who run R20 the feedback that this functionality is important. I trust you'll pass my feedback up the line. Thanks.