Re: [OS] Q:comment, Q:tab name
- Hi Susan,
> That's what I'm trying to do. To be more precise, I would like toAh, that's a tough one. Text files (.txt) will always display what's written in them (unless you've got a cool reader that you can configure or you mis-use a feature of your text reader), I simply don't think we can get around that one.
> add comments to a *text* type output sheet. Something that's in the
> output sheet template but not in PCGen's output when exporting a
> It would come handy for output sheets (like text only output) that
> do have a built-in way of commenting stuff.
> I think that should be a FREQ, though while writing this I probably
> found a solution that works with my special case, (mis-)using a
> feature of the program that later deals with the exported file.
The HTML and PDF (well the underlying XML anyhow) sheets have a commenting syntax that can be used (<!-- Comment goes here -->)
> > > 2) Is there a way to reference the tab name? It is offered asAh well in that case let me point you to:
> > > default filename when saving a character, and I would like to
> > > allow including additional material from a file with the same
> > > base name as the character file.
> > Unfortunately no, please raise a FREQ for this :).
> How would I do that? Up to now posting here always was enough ;-)
> As we are at it already -- an OS tag giving the basename (filename
> without suffix) of the export file (with or without directory path)
> would be even closer to what I was looking for than the tab name.
It covers how to and where to submit a freq, let me know if you have any trouble!