Open Table DM said: Hi guys!
Really appreciate the last update, thank you, it was spectacular! I found one
feature that restricts usage of the /talktomyself function. I had an idea of
making an interactive map for my campaign. The general idea is to add token
actions with the text description to the tokens representing locations, so the
players can select a token, click on a button and read the description in the
chat window. But I would like to remove this text from the chat history and
make it invisible for the players who do not use the map.
But, unfortunately, the macros:
show anything between “/talktomyself “ and “/talktomyself off”. I
tried to include rolls, templates, /em commands, other macros, tables, and none
of that works. Could you please fix this issue? I think it can impove the
roll20 experience a lot!
Thank you! If the tokens are linked to a character sheet that they have read access to, they should be able to shift + double-left-click the token to bring up the character sheet, where they can presumably read the bio/description of whatever it is along with a nice big picture. Of course, shift + double-left-click is hardly intuitive, I have no idea why right click -> View Character Sheet isn't used. You can also try whispering something to yourself, but there's no "me" that I know of so you can't make it generic for all your players. Something as simple as "/w me" working would probably do what you're asking for nicely.