I thought about including my xls file where I actually use these
statblocks. I've also modified an output sheet so it reports the
details of the first memorized spellbook instead of all the known
spells - that way I get all the details on just the spells the
character has memorized that day and I save a lot of ink. This doesn't
work for spellcasters that don't memorize spells (sorcerers/bards).
At one point I started trying to modify the pdf sheets so all of the
colors were done via defined labels, so you could change what color
was applied in various places by changing a single label definition at
the top of the sheet. It proved to be very tedious so I never
completed my effort. I did that mostly to create a sheet that was very
ink-friendly (i.e. I didn't want to burn through my ink cartridges so
fast!). If anyone could do that, or if it's been done already and I
just haven't seen it, I'd really appreciate it!
Benevolent Dictator of PCGen
p.s. Chuck, as Dictator, I get the perk of defining anything I do as
perfect! At least until my wife decides otherwise.... ;)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Chuck Pint" <pcgen@...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "karianna03" <martijnverburg@> wrote:
> > Ha! The Benevolent Dictator seeks to hide his work from us eh! ;p
> > Chuck, go get him!
> > Karianna
> It's been gotten...
> Once I check it out (Not even the Benevolent Dictator is perfect),
> I'll commit it.
> OS Chimp