GenKitty said: Expanded dice working for me, and my little test of NOT expanding the second die had it work anyway and not crash the server, so that's great. ~R and ~C not working at all, they just print ~R and ~C to the card. ]_[ works mostly as expected, the HR is a extremely subtle. Which values in this line should I tweak to make it a little thicker or darker? .replace(/\]\_\[/g,"<hr style='border: 0; height: 0; border-top: 1px solid rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.1); border-bottom: 1px solid rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.3); margin-bottom: 3px; margin-top: 3px;'/>") [[1d2cf0cs3]] works as EXPECTED now, no idea why it didn't work before. (I use this as a non-powercarded [NH], for my damage dice) I think that's everything I needed to test out! As always, I adore you for all the hard work you put into this and how responsive you are to user requests. Did you put ~R and ~C on both sides of the text to be aligned? It should look like this: !power --name|Alignment Test --!1|~C Attack ~C --Attack:|~R [[1d20]] | [[1d20]] ~R --!2|**Damage** (piercing): ~R [[1d6]] ~R Horizontal Rules: As Aaron said, you'll want to tweak the fourth value of the rgba setting to create a darker line. You could also increase the size of the border-top or border-bottom to create a really thick line. Regarding Configuration Options... I could always have the script create PowerCard Formats and PowerCard Config handouts so that GM's could just make their changes there and the script would reload those when the on:change event is triggered by saving the handouts.