Sean D. said: Bernd S. said: Would love to have it. But would be hard stuff for the UX team. Because currently we just select a marker and type the number. How to implement this user-friendly? When does the system know then that we are ready with typing? Seems like it wouldn't be terribly hard to have it register 2 keystrokes rather than 1, and if you need 0-9 you'd type "01" then again I'm not a coder. There are a number of ways it could be implemented: Have the token marker accept any string of numbers if they are pressed repeatedly while hovering over the token marker, but restarting when you are no longer hovering over the token marker. Potentially unwieldy, but gives total control. Have the token marker only accept a certain number of digits (2/3/whatever), then if you type in more digits than that, it overwrites. (e.g. if you type 2-5 and then type in 9-5, it will show 2, then 25, then that will be replaced by 9, then 95). I figure this would likely be the easiest fix, and even adding the option for just one more digit would give us ten times the granularity (00-99 vs 0-9) for one of roll20's fundamental functions. It could theoretically also truncate the string of numbers to two digits, so whatever the last 2/3/whatever digits typed are what are displayed. This would likely be a functional quick fix, but clumsy for users and probably a bit frustrating when trying to overwrite. Have a time-based delay where it will accept new number inputs as part of a multi-digit number within a specific time window after the last registered keystroke. Once that timeframe is exceeded, new digits added will replace the entire previous number. I feel like this would be the most user-friendly option, but probably not the most dev-friendly in terms of workload. Probably something better than any of these that the professional roll20 devs can come up with. Admittedly, I have not dug through roll20's source code so this very well be more difficult than it seems, but in terms of roll20 functionality overhauls in the Suggestions forum, this one seems like it has the potential to be a pretty low-hanging fruit.