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Token toggle for multiple lighting settings (Torch on, torch off)

Basically what the title says.  It'd be nice to switch between lighting settings quickly when players use and extinguish torches.  I know there are other ways to do this, but being able to quickly change them on a token without making a new object, changing the lighting settings for the token, and things like that would be nice.  Depending on the DM, computer, etc, it can take a while to change these settings, where a prewritten couple of settings for a token could be tremendously easy. Going above and beyond would be making this one of the popout options like the status and bar things when you initially click on a token.
You can accomplish this with the API, but that requires Pro level, unfortunately. I pay for Pro for things like this, to make my life easier as a DM.
The Torch script, along with lots of other scripts, is a wonderful thing indeed. You can manipulate light with it easily. Or just use Token-Mod which can, well, modify the token almost anyway you want. With the right macros powered by the scripts your job becomes that much easier.
Arthur B
API Scripter
I  second that. Tokenmod was the main reason for me to upgrade to pro, and I never regretted it. Using some of the scripts and good macros will change the way you work/play as GM completely. 
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