keithcurtis said: A couple of posts have asked how to apply to existing content. I'm too lazy to do all the quote copying ;) Once you have changed the game defaults in your game settings page, follow this procedure from the wiki: With the game launched on your browser, go to the Sidebar and click on the y icon to bring up the My Settings tab. Scroll down to the bottom of the tab until you find the Apply Default Settings button underneath the Experimental Features section. Clicking on this opens up a dialog box that's sectioned off by Page, Token, and Sheet settings. For each default setting you have changed on the My Settings Page, a checkbox will appear under its relevant category. Check each option you want to apply across the entirety of the game. When you're ready, click on the blue Apply Settings button. A confirmation alert will appear alerting you to how many Pages, Tokens, or Character Sheets will be altered. Click OK through the alert to begin the setting conversion. A process bar will appear at the top of the Apply Default Settings dialog box as Roll20 begins converting your existing tokens, pages, and character sheets to the desired changes. Depending on how many items are in your game, a settings conversion may take anywhere from a couple seconds to a couple minutes to complete. You can cancel out of the applying process at any time by hitting the ESC key. WARNING!!! Applying Settings will literally alter ALL characters, pages, and tokens you have in your game. Related attributes of these items will be overwritten with the settings you have checked off in this applier. This process can't be undone! I do not want text overlays so I was happy to see that keithcurtis had detailed a way to fix this on existing campaigns. However, there is a serious limitation. A demonstration... 1. Here is a token with the new default of showing the text labels: 2. Now I go out and change the Game Settings to Hidden for all three bars: 3. Now I use keithcurtis' trick to Apply Default Settings: 4. And it works! 5. Now I get rid of the token that was on the VTT and I drag out a new token from the Journal : IT'S BACK!!! So apparently the Apply Default Settings applies those settings to all tokens that have already been placed, but not to tokens that have been saved to a character sheet!!! So, in order to fix this, I will need to manually edit the token, click on three drop-down boxes and set them to Hidden, then go into the Character Sheet and remove the saved token and then add the newly edited token. And I have to do this across the tens of thousands of Character Sheets I have across 26 campaigns! I think it is obvious that the dev team needs to include a Campaign-level function to allow this change to be made to all existing content within the Campaign! I am sure that this change is going to be great for some of the user base, but for the rest of us there needs to be a way to undo this without having to spend days of our time to fix this. Also, going forward, please think twice (or thrice...) about applying changes to existing content. I was bitten hard by the Text Editor updates several months ago and now this, while not nearly as problematic, highlights my desire as a user not to have my content changing with no input into whether I want those changes.