Author : thegoblin

You can now include the notes of an object within other objects! Transclusion is the inclusion of part or all of an electronic document into one or more other documents by hypertext reference. Transclusion is usually performed when the referencing document is displayed, and is normally automatic and transparent to the end user. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transclusion To include one object in another ..

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To include one object in another one, simply use the custom markdown syntax of {{objectid}} on a line by itself in the position you want the other object’s text to appear. When displayed, the entire object text will appear at this position inside a blockquote. It will also include a link icon in the top-right ..

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A new little hidden away feature has found its way into the notebook. You can now expand and collapse all objects in a column together. Right-click any object’s expand/collapse icon to bring up a context menu where you can choose options to affect multiple objects. Collapse/expand children will affect all objects below the one selected ..

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The Notebook now has a “scratch pad” area for temporary notes! Ok, what is a scratch pad? It is simply an area that you can write quick notes that are not related to any object or for anything that you want to scribble down then log properly later. This is designed for quick, temporary notes ..

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Consumables can now be tracked against any object. What are consumables? Spell points/slots on NPCs, magic item charges, lair actions on a location or encounter, reputation with organisations, time (e.g. days) passing during a time sensitive quest… Whatever you need to track in the form of a value out of a maximum value! All objects ..

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A quick update has gone out to add some additional types to various objects. Dungeon has been added to locations, Society / Culture to organisations, and Clothing and Potion to things. Scene / Encounter has also been made available to locations (also in quests and things) so you can store location-specific encounters directly under the ..

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