With reference to the somewhat terse back-and-forth in this thread lately, I'd just like to take a moment and thank Kryx once again for all the work you're putting in, not just to the sheet, but also answering questions in this thread. I get that the sheet alone takes a lot of your time, and answering the same questions over and over again doesn't help with that. My suggestion to you, Kryx: If you can, let the community step in to answer questions that are already in the issue tracker. It won't be as fast as you doing it, but it might save you some frustration, and let you focus on the sheet with a clear mind. My suggestion to everyone reading this thread: If you have an issue with the sheet, don't PM the guy. Seriously. That's just rude. If you have a question, ask it here; if you think you found a bug, check the issue tracker first and then if that bug is not in there, open a new issue with step-by-step reproduction instructions. And if Kryx seems a bit annoyed with a question, cut him some slack. He's putting a lot of effort in and his inbox just blew up because roll20 made a breaking change which had, in fairness, been communicated a year ago but then got stuck in a "caching layer" and only went live now. That's a big hit out of far left-field, and it can't be fun to both fix the sheet to deal with it and field the same "what happened my sheet no longer works" PM 50 times in a row.