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TokenMod -- Set Name with spaces

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Can anyone tell me why this isn't working? !token-mod --set name|?{Enter Your Player Name|No Name} It only sets it to the first word of the name entered, like "No" with the default value. I tried Double and Single Quotes, but it didn't work at all then. Please help!!!
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The Aaron
Forum Champion
API Scripter
Quotes should work: !token-mod --set name|"?{Enter Your Player Name|No Name}" If they aren't, be sure they're not the fancy sort. 
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I guess I was putting the quotes in the wrong place before.  It's working now. - Thanks Aaron. ?{Player_Name|No Name} !token-mod --set name|"?{Player_Name}" !setattr --sel --NAME|?{Player_Name}
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My script above changes the Token Name and the Name Attribute on the Character Sheet. But, how can I change this name in a macro?
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keithcurtis
Forum Champion
Marketplace Creator
API Scripter
Try  !setattr --sel --character_name|?{Player_Name}
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keithcurtis said: Try  !setattr --sel --character_name|?{Player_Name} That's what it is because if I do  @{selected|character_name}  it retrieves the name I am trying to change (not the Name attribute of the character sheet).  I guess !setattr doesn't work with character_name because it appears to be a kind of pseudo-attribute. In my Pathfinder 2e game, the Name attribute on the character sheet is linked to the character_name somehow.  I wish there was a way to do that with the HarnMaster character sheet as well because that is the behavior I want. Oh Well!!!
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Gold
Forum Champion
The Aaron said: Quotes should work: !token-mod --set name|"?{Enter Your Player Name|No Name}" If they aren't, be sure they're not the fancy sort.  That's what I use! Took me a while to figure that out! For a while I was typing names like "The Blacksmith" and the nameplate would come out saying just "The".