MadCoder said: I'm debating on what to do with the notes. GCA appears to use its own text formatting code, it's not something I recognize. Right now the option is to leave the marked up text as is and update it manually or don't import the notes. I'm open to any suggestions. I also have no idea how it formats, sometimes I paste stuff from Word in there and it works, sometimes it doesn't. I'd say leave it as it is, unless it demands too much processing. Worst case people will just paste the original text over. Second order Modifiers (a modifier that modifies another modifier) and above don't show after import. Again, no clue what point of the process could be making them disappear. The "User Notes" fields from GCA do seem to import correctly. Can you provide an example? Oh, sorry. I should have been more clear. I was referring to the percentage Modifiers: Enhancements and Limitations, not skill modifiers. Example: Crushing Attack 3d (Area of Effect 5 (32yds), +250%; Costs FP 2, -10%), +240%.  points.
This imports correctly. 2 different modifiers applied to the basic trait, they show up in full, each on it's corresponding line. Crushing Attack 3d (Area of Effect 5 (32yds), (+250%; Costs FP 2, -10%), +225%.  points.
Here "Costs FP" modifies "Area of Effect" (I kept the GCA notation), what I call second order modifier. It imports the values correctly, but omits the contents in parenthesis, showing up like this in Roll20: Crushing Attack 3d (Area of Effect 5 (32yds), +225%.  points.
While the CPs check out, the usage and effects in game are very different. If when revising the ability you miss the fact that AoE 5 should cost +250% instead of +225%, the character gets away without paying 2 FP for his massive area effect version of the single target attack he normally uses. The character I'm currently playing in my supers game has a very convoluted power, every session i'm pulling this sort of stunts and building Abilities on the fly, so it's easy for me to torture the import function on this regard. I'll continue to do so and report the pertinent findings. The Parent/Child hierarchy GCA uses for is also lost when importing. I don't think there's a practical way to solve that, but it's not the end of the world either.