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Allow players to see attribute assigned to bar

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DXWarlock
Sheet Author
API Scripter
Currently players can only see values not the actual attribute when a GM assigns an attribute to their token. This causes an issue when you use a bar as a variable attribute. Like ours bar3 can be ISP/PPE/ammo..etc. Players not knowing which it is, sometimes adds to it and its set to the incorrect one. having a greyed out "view only" option to the right of the boxes when looking at token properties would make a lot of sense. It is thier token, they should be able to open it and see what bars are assigned to what.
1416522633
The Aaron
Forum Champion
API Scripter
Good idea! In the interim, I could write you an API script to report the name of the attribute each bar is tied to, if it would be helpful.
1416570141
DXWarlock
Sheet Author
API Scripter
I already made one for them to do with !bar3 :) just would be easier if they didn't have to do a api chat macro to see it. Plus those running as players with GM without mentor have no clue, or way to see. :)
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The Aaron
Forum Champion
API Scripter
That's fair. =D
How about a setting for displaying the actual numbers for the bar ON the bar. IE 15/20 writen on a bar that shows 3/4 full. And I have seen screenshot (possibly old) that showed a small graphic (heart/shield/lightning) on the bubble also. Where did that go?
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