No way. Ever. Main restrictiction of the liscenses is to not describe character creation/advancement. Barak ~PCGen BoD ~OS SilverbackMessage 1 of 35 , Jul 2, 2003View SourceNo way. Ever.
Main restrictiction of the liscenses is to not describe character
> -----Original Message-----
> From: krazhit [mailto:here@...]
> Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2003 10:55 AM
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> Subject: [pcgen] Re: new PCs -- which starting tab?
> How about a Character Wizard (No not that kind of wizard:) for new
> users? (God knows I might even use it if properly
> implemented). This Wizard would lead the user through all the
> necessary minimum
> steps to create a first level character ((Sources-)Stats-Race-
> This would be the default for new characters, but for experienced
> users it could be swithced off via the prefs.
> This has probably been discussed before, but I have never seen it
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "B. K. Oxley (binkley)" <binkley@a...>
> > I notice that if you do this:
> > 1. Start fresh PCGen.
> > 2. Load sources.
> > 3. Start a new PC.
> > 4. Switch to some other tab than Summary.
> > 5. Start a second new PC.
> > Then the second PC when he starts isn't on the Summary tab but on
> the tab of the first
> > PC, whatever tab it was you switched to.
> > This is super simple to change so that new PCs always start on the
> Summary tab, so I
> > have to wonder: is this intentional? I'm tempted to "fix" it right
> now in CVS HEAD, but
> > I don't want to do that if there is a user or policy reason to keep
> the current behavior.
> > Thanks!
> > --binkley
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... Ah, thank you for explaining! I was viewing it as a static setting rather than a dynamic one. You have cast the blinders off my eyes. Then I agree thatMessage 35 of 35 , Jul 4, 2003View Source--- In email@example.com, "Tir Gwaith" <thoron-tir-gwaith@l...> wrote:
> The idea behind Current tab would be: I open John Doe. Go to Equipment. IAh, thank you for explaining! I was viewing it as a static setting rather than a dynamic
> open Jane Doe, Stays on equipment. I then go to Spells (Jane is a
> spellcaster.) I then open Jane's friend, Henry Smith, also a spellcaster.
> Since I was last on the Spells tab, it stays on the Current tab (in this
> second case, the Spells tab). A moving 'whatever was the last selected tab,
> not a specific tab that the user happened to be on when they went to
one. You have cast the blinders off my eyes. Then I agree that we should have that