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Re: [pcgen] Re: [Pathfinder] [Core] [Race] [Vision]

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  • Andrew
    Hi, Uhg, we slipped into LST coding, we really should move this over to the PCGen List File Help section. Please follow up over there. It shouldn t be
    Message 1 of 29 , Sep 11 9:45 AM

      Uhg, we slipped into LST coding, we really should move this over to the PCGen List File Help
      section. Please follow up over there.

      It shouldn't be cross-polluting, but if it's the case:


      If that works, then you have a bug.

      You may try:


      On 9/11/2012 9:23 AM, tripleduck wrote:
      > --- In pcgen@yahoogroups.com, Andrew <drew0500@...> wrote:
      >> Oh, then I can help there. Let's make it really simple -
      >> PREABILITY:1,CATEGORY=Special Ability,TYPE.RacialVision
      > lol, I swear I tried this. :/ Well, it works now.
      >> Any Race with the swappable Abilities HAVE this TYPE in those
      >> "Dummy" abilities. Hope that helps. (Lot less bulky then spelling
      >> out each ability).
      > Absolutely! Very nice solution and not bulky.
      > There is one other issue, though, that is related to vision, but not this specific issue.
      > PREVISION now requires that each given vision type have a range given (ex Darkvision=30). The problem with this is that Low-Light doesn't exactly work like that. As per the description from Paizo, low-light races "can see twice as far as humans in conditions of dim light." And since how far a human can see is subjective to visibility and line-of-sight, no real number value can be assigned.
      > Take this example:
      > PREVISION:1,Darkvision=30,Low-Light
      > As a result of the =x requirement, half-elves (and other low-light races) fail the PREVISION=Low-Light, because PCGen is forcing the 30' range from Darkvision (or so I suspect) onto Low-Light.
      > Now, this is solved by using:
      > PREABILITY:1,CATEGORY=Special Ability,Vision ~ Darkvision,Vision ~ Low-Light
      > As you had suggested as an alternative. But I guess my point is, forcing PREVISION to take a range basically makes it useless for Low-Light. Unless there's something I'm just missing :)
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