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Option to hide the 3 x colour radial circles that appear above tokens?

Hello, can we please get an option to turn off the 3 x colour radial circles that appear on top of tokens (or perhaps there already is a way to remove them that I dont know about?). I don't use the 3 colour radials at all and find them distracting. Cheers, Steve
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You can right click a token and set it to "is drawing" which will do that for you, but then it won't snap to the grid, so it's only a partial solution.
Ah yes I see turn them into drawings, cool thank you! Although I dont think I can give players the ability to move drawings. Hmmm well maybe I can turn monsters into drawings and leave PCs as tokens. I'd still like a proper "turn off radials" button roll20 if you're listening!
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I think  that the drawing retain settings applied when tokens so if you give players access to the 'token' version, THEN make them drawings they might  be able to move them (untested due to travelling lol).
This is only a problem for DMs, I believe. If you don't want the circles to appear for players, the DM can set it so that those fields of the token are not visible or editable to the controlling player. Then they simply won't appear.
Something I discovered recently with the popout circles that can be pretty frustrating. Rotate a token and when your done rotating the square for rotation is behind one the icon overlay circle... what do you do? anyone have some suggestions? lol 
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While the token is selected, hold "E" and use the mouse scroll wheel to rotate:&nbsp; <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> Or change your zoom setting, since that will work also.
Ziechael you are totally right - if you give the players permission to move the token FIRST, then change it to a DRAWING, the players can still move the drawing! THANK YOU SO MUCH!!
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