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Kids on Bikes Bug Thread

Roll20 Team
Thank you for purchasing Kids on Bikes on Roll20! Quick Guide Accessing your content Compendium You can access all of the Kids on Bikes rules, world building, and character creation information in the in-app compendium , as well as on the Roll20 web compendium . Which Character Sheet should I use? Please use the Kids on Bikes by Hunters Entertainment character sheet. Bug Reporting Guide To help us find the best solution to any issues with your purchased content, please fill out as many of the following as are applicable when making a report: A short, detailed description of the problem What is the issue, How is it affecting your game, What is happening, What should happen? Clear and concise information is the most helpful in seeking out solutions Copy-paste any error codes received Include screenshots of the issue
I thought I was buying a PDF version. The compendium format while nice is quite useless for my purposes. My plan was to read while commuting on the kindle. Until I purchase it and went to access it I learned abouot this limitation. I would like to refund and lose access to the compendium for Kids on Bikes, no biggies since this is not going to work for my usecase. Thanks
Roll20 Team
Esteban - Please contact <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> to process your request. Thanks!
Thanks Ashton, no idea why I didn't get an email notifying me of your reply. I just sent the request to that email address. Thanks a lot.
Hi, while this isn't to do with paid content. But when I was setting up a campaign for Kids on Bikes, I noticed the images for the Character Stats roll buttons were not loading. Checking the console on launching a campaign and when opening a character sheet I get a '403: Forbidden' error on a get request for an image 6 times. I can't confirm they correspond to the images but both being 6 in number seems like a bit of a coincidence.&nbsp; Do you need the compendium for these assets?
Sheet Author
The images exists on github, <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> so it look it looks like there's an issue with image servers... <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>