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Copy Macros to a different game with the Transmogrifier

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It would be really helpful to be able to copy over macros that I have created for one game over to other games I am running.
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Currently, the best way to do this is to store all your macros on a character sheet. https://app.roll20.net/forum/post/5899495/stupid-roll20-tricks-and-some-clever-ones/?pageforid=5924364#post-5924364
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Mark S. said: Currently, the best way to do this is to store all your macros on a character sheet. https://app.roll20.net/forum/post/5899495/stupid-roll20-tricks-and-some-clever-ones/?pageforid=5924364#post-5924364 While that approach is sufficient, I would prefer that I could just pick the specific macros I want to use. Once you have many concurrent games and copied the sheet to several games, you have to track which one is the latest version.
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I fully endorse this suggestion... it might be worth moving your vote to this  more popular suggestion however? With regards to: Bodie said: Mark S. said: Currently, the best way to do this is to store all your macros on a character sheet. https://app.roll20.net/forum/post/5899495/stupid-roll20-tricks-and-some-clever-ones/?pageforid=5924364#post-5924364 While that approach is sufficient, I would prefer that I could just pick the specific macros I want to use. Once you have many concurrent games and copied the sheet to several games, you have to track which one is the latest version. I name my macro holders by the date of the last macro added to them so that when I move them from game to game I know which one has the most recent goodies on it :)
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