Vince said: This is consistent for each repeating section(fieldset) on the sheet. Each repeating section has a unique name. ie 'repeating_ ability ...', 'repeating_ attacks ...', 'repeating_ spells ...', etc. so each has it's own row numbers. I think we're talking cross purpose here. The tabs I was referring to are the ones that split up the abilities into different categories like feats, traits, etc. Each of this tabs has his own numbering (as seen in the picture above, "Mutpunkte" goes with the number 0, but in the "All" tab it goes with number 18, which is the actual number that is needed. Anyway, that's just details, I've decided to go with the more general idea thanks to your point on the fact, that this prevents breaking things when my players reorder their abilities (and assuming the sync will be working one day). Vince said: Someone may need to verify, but I think there is an issue with linking repeating attributes and tokens (as in you can't.) ;-( When trying to link a token bar to an attribute, you'll notice that none of the repeating attributes or hidden sheet attributes are included on the list. Indeed I can confirm that. The fact that they were unfortunately missing was the reason I wanted to create my own entry in the first place, hoping the character sheet would be able to process the sync through it. It would be lovely if the automatic creation of these fields could be included into the character sheet.