Mike W. said: Jay This does not look like Tooltips just an overlap of the
sheet boxes. I am unable to reproduce this effect but that does not mean something
may be wrong. Can you try some basic things like clearing cash, seeing if this ‘effect’ persists in other
games, ask your friends in the same game if they are having the same issue. I
will have the MadeCoder look into this once he is back.
As far as the other issue you mentioned, when
you have 0 invested points in a skill that would mean the skill is being used
at Default level. The sheet cannot calculate defaults because we do not have
each skill, and many with associated specialties, built into the sheet for the
calculation to be made. That actually would violate the protected licensing
Steve Jackson Games has plus require a ton of code to enter all these skills.
The work around is to add a negative MOD (Modifier) for the skill so that is
modifies said skill level to its default. Then add a note in the ‘Reason for
MOD’ field such as “Adjusted for Default level” or something similar. Sorry for the late response. Mike Jay said: I'm getting a glitch with the General tab where some text and tooltips are clipping into each other. Tried changing my font sizes and nothing fixes it. On Firefox with no extra Roll20 plugins. I may also be missing something, but with other people talking about calculation errors, it seems like Skills aren't being factored properly by Characteristics. Example: if I make a Skill entry relying on DX, and the sheet has DX 7, at Average difficulty with 0 invested points, shouldn't the effective level be 2 (or min. 3)? It seems like the sheet by default has the Average penalty for untrained skills at -2, which I can't find any reference for in the book. I even tried changing the DX to default, 10, and it still is only subtracting 2 for the untrained penalty. Not a big issue, just confusing at first. Thanks for replying Mike! Hi Jay, I'm also sorry for responding so late. Regarding the layout issues I was able to replicate the problem by using the zoom option. If you're on a PC try using [control key] + 0. That will reset the view to 100%. Unfortunately, the original designs of this sheet didn't account for zoom level very well and it will not look good when using it. Thanks, Ken