Hiya Dragon Dreamer, I actually considered its placement carefully. I had put it into the bug forum because it is a bug that was never resolved on the bug forum, where it was brought up and where it was detailed and where feedback had been requested (and eventual updates had been promised). The API forum is not for reporting API bugs per the Read This First post: API Forum: Only Discuss the Roll20 API The API Forum is intended to be used to discuss the Roll20 API by sharing tips and tricks as well as fully working scripts and examples with the community. Sharing Scripts The easiest way to share a script is to create a Github Gist of it. You can then just insert a link to the Gist in your post and the forum software will automatically embed the latest version of the script in the post. If you make changes, just modify the Gist. Creating a GitHub account first will make later edits easier to manage. Posting Scripts Any scripts that you post should be your own original work. By posting them here, you are agreeing to share them with the community, and understand that other users are free to copy and modify them to use in their own campaigns. One Thread per Script You can post new replies to the thread if there are updates to the script. Nothing in there addresses feedback on existing issues or reporting bugs. I am not sharing a script, posting a script, talking about a script or discussing tips and tricks using API scripts. I'm not even talking about an API script that has a bug. It is a bug report about an API feature that was never resolved. However, thank you for passing it on.