Greetings! This morning we pushed code with several exciting changes. A New Light fixes: Default page settings now save correctly CTRL-L no longer reveals the whole map if the token is assigned to the GM or if there are no players. Compendiums can now be selected or restricted in your games. How to Use Compendium Selection Go to your Game Settings page and scroll down to Compendium Settings: Click to expand the settings . You'll see the familiar compendium access andsharing settings: Scroll down to see the new Compendium Selection settings: In this section, you'll be able to choose which compendiums to allow in your game: If a compendium expansion listed is red and has an X on the icon, it will be blocked in your game. If the compendium expansion is green and has a checkbox on the icon, you own the compendium expansion and if you have sharing turned on, it will be shared with your players. If the compendium expansion is white and has a checkbox, you do not own the compendium expansion, but players who do own it will have access to it in your game. Click on the compendium expansion to enable or disable it in your game. If you don't own an expansion but would like to, click the Purchase link to go directly to it in the Marketplace. Click Save Compendium Settings to save your settings, including saving any compendium sharing changes. Limitations and Defaults There isn’t currently a way to save a preference for which compendium expansions you’d like to always enable or disable. By default, all expansions are enabled. When a new expansion comes out, there isn’t a way to set a default behavior for whether the expansion is available in your game or not. By default, new expansions are enabled. It’s a good idea to periodically review your game settings as new content becomes available in the Marketplace. When you are a player in a game, expansions that you’ve purchased might be blocked by the GM of that game. You can always access your full compendium expansions by opening a separate web browser window or tab and going directly to the compendium . If you have selected a compendium for your game, you cannot block the base compendium. For D&D 5th Edition, that means the SRD content cannot be blocked. Note that some compendiums have all of their content in their expansions and do not have any content in the base book. The Help Center has also been updated with an article about this feature. Character Sheets D&D 5e by Roll20 Charactermancer Level+: Warlock spells are now limited per the Warlock spell list Charactermancer Level+: Simic hybrid now adds the 5th level enhancement Charactermancer Level+: Multiclassing into a second spellcasting class now lets you select spells from the second class. Further support for mythic actions NPCs in older modules no longer have conflicts/missing information Licensed Products D&D 5e Compendium Commoner token updated (MM) Typo fixed in pulse wave spell (EGtW) Storm King's Thunder Patch 2.3 Scale updated on Eye of the All-Father map, token sizes updated to reflect the corrected scale The Show Must Go On (Extinction Curse AP 1) Patch 1.1 Corrupted priests now show AC and HP. Correct quasit token size and replaced on any relevant maps. Rounded up roaming boars and put them back in the pit. Check it Out The most recent community roundtable was Thursday, May 21. Catch the video here ! Looking for previous release notes? Read the full list on the Roll20 Help Center , or check out the most recent note here.