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Re[2]: [pcgen] New Version of PCGenView V0.5.5

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  • Tim Evans
    Hello Lonestar, Wednesday, January 02, 2002, 2:23:43 AM, you wrote: L Hello Tim, L Wednesday, January 02, 2002, 1:54:03 AM, you wrote: TE Features and
    Message 1 of 7 , Jan 2, 2002
      Hello Lonestar,

      Wednesday, January 02, 2002, 2:23:43 AM, you wrote:

      L> Hello Tim,

      L> Wednesday, January 02, 2002, 1:54:03 AM, you wrote:

      TE>> Features and Fixes added in this version are.

      L> I think you already know it, but you when you learn specialist school
      L> spells for specialist wizards it doesn't add them to the number for
      L> specialist spells, but to the normal spells...

      Can you send me a pcg file that show this..:)


      L> Best regards,
      L> Lonestar mailto:Lonestar@...



      --
      Best regards,
      Tim mailto:tim.evans@...
      Author of PCGenView http://www.pcgenview.com
      http://pcgenview.com
    • nezzir@home.com
      I had an idea for a new sheet. Looking at the wonderful compression technique in the ROG Compact sheet, I thought about a sheet that could be printed and then
      Message 2 of 7 , Jan 2, 2002
        I had an idea for a new sheet. Looking at the wonderful compression
        technique in the ROG Compact sheet, I thought about a sheet that could be
        printed and then folded in quarters to make a mini booklet. I started on
        it and I've made some good progress, then I stumbled on the
        formatting. I'm having problems figuring out how to constrain the four
        fields to a specific size when printing. Does anyone know how to format a
        table so that it will take up exactly 1/4 of a printed sheet? I thought
        about using frames, I don't think that will work... I'm sure it's
        something simple I'm just not thinking of. Any help would be appreciated.

        NezziR
      • backlash_de
        ... I m not sure if that s possible at all in HTML, since HTML knows nothing of paper size. Did you try content
        Message 3 of 7 , Jan 2, 2002
          --- In pcgen@y..., "nezzir@h..." <nezzir@h...> wrote:
          > Does anyone know how to format a
          > table so that it will take up exactly 1/4 of a printed sheet?
          I'm not sure if that's possible at all in HTML, since HTML knows
          nothing of paper size.
          Did you try
          <table>
          <tr>
          <td width="50%" height="xxx">content</td>
          <td width="50%" height="xxx">content</td>
          </tr>
          <tr>
          <td width="50%" height="xxx">content</td>
          <td width="50%" height="xxx">content</td>
          </tr>
          </table>
          You'll have to play with xxx!

          Another possibility would be to use PDF-export.
          If you do a XSL-FO stylesheet, you'll have to specify paper size and
          you'll be able to specify page breaks and table cell-sizes in inch or
          milimeter or whatever ...
          For an example, you can look at csheetTBE_classic.fo or psheetTBE_*.fo
          in the upcoming release.
          Another advantage would be, that pcgen will be able to print those
          templates -- you won't need to load your csheet in a browser first.

          Kinson
        • bulldozer3ca
          ... Well, the xxx should be 50% also. If you also put height= 100% in the table declaration, it will cover all the page, even if the fields are empty. (On
          Message 4 of 7 , Jan 2, 2002
            --- In pcgen@y..., "backlash_de" <ravenlock@g...> wrote:
            > <table>
            > <tr>
            > <td width="50%" height="xxx">content</td>
            > <td width="50%" height="xxx">content</td>
            > </tr>
            > <tr>
            > <td width="50%" height="xxx">content</td>
            > <td width="50%" height="xxx">content</td>
            > </tr>
            > </table>
            > You'll have to play with xxx!

            Well, the xxx should be 50% also.
            If you also put height="100%" in the table declaration, it will cover
            all the page, even if the fields are empty.
            (On mine, I had to put 98% because of the border, I think...)

            <table width="100%" height="98%" border="1">
            <tr>
            <td height="50%" width="50%">text that you want</td>
            <td height="50%" width="50%">text that you want</td>
            </tr>
            <tr>
            <td height="50%" width="50%">text that you want</td>
            <td height="50%" width="50%">text that you want</td>
            </tr>
            </table>

            Bulldozer
          • Richard O'Doherty-Gregg
            Worth looking into is the textoverflow style in dhtml http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/workshop/author/dhtml
            Message 5 of 7 , Jan 2, 2002
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              Worth looking into is the textoverflow style in dhtml
               
               
              It allows you to constrain long fields to still fit in your 1/4 page fields.
               
              -oROGutang
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