[BUG] [5.5.9] Spells added to prepped spellbook not displayed
- I've also just found that if I make a prepped-spells spellbook
(i.e., one besides "Known Spells") for a Wizard or Cleric, any spells
I try to add to it will not show up on the right-hand pane, though if
I save, close, and re-load the character, they show up.
Any idea when a fix for this (and the previous) issue might be
available in alpha?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "merton_monk" <merton_monk@y...> wrote:
> Ah - thanks. I'm sure it was my changes that broke this. A lot of
> the spell tab code (which I originally wrote!) was hard to follow,
> especially after it's sat there for a couple of years collecting
> dust. The code should be much easier to follow now, so anyone
> me shouldn't have to worry about the dust alergies. :)
> --- In email@example.com, "allenw_01234" <allenw@e...> wrote:
> > I've experimented a bit more. The problem doesn't occur in
> > so it's probably related to the 5.5.9 changes. And it also
> > for Clerics; I assume it probably occurs for all spell-using
> > classes.
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "allenw_01234" <allenw@e...> wrote:
> > > --- In email@example.com, "merton_monk" <merton_monk@y...>
> > wrote:
> > > > By the way - I'm really interested in feedback on the spell
> > >
> > > Sadly, it appears to be broken in 5.5.9. It wasn't in 5.5.5.
> > > Creating a Wizard in 3.5 using the RSRD (haven't tried any
> > > combinations), it appears that any spells that are also spells
> > > other classes, but at a different spell level, are being listed
> > > Wizard spells) under all the levels for which some class has
> > > For example, Hold Person (Bard-2/Cleric-2/Wiz-3)is listed under
> > both
> > > 2nd and 3rd level Wizard spells. It turns out there's quite a
> > > such spells.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Loyal" <loyalp@c...> wrote:
> This fixed the problems I was having with my custom sorcerer asthe
> CAST progression.column,
> However, there is one new problem... If I sort by the name
> then the level progression sort is also alpha instead of integer.I think 5.5.8 only displayed levels 1-9. I think I'll try to make
> So, you get level 1, level 10, level 11, etc. instead of level 1,
> level 2, level 3. I'm sure you know what I mean there.
> This is "new functionality" since 5.5.8. :)
empty nodes disappear. That's a minor cosmetic thing - I wanted to
make sure everything worked properly first! :)
> --- In email@example.com, "merton_monk" <merton_monk@y...>
> > Could you try the pcgen.zip I put in the "Needs Help With"folder?
> > I believe it fixes the issue with your Magister class. I testedto
> > with a Magister/Sorcerer/Wizard multi-classes character to make
> > it would keep all the spell-lists separate. You shouldn't need
> > make any changes to your class, though I think usingCASTAS:Wizard
> > or CASTAS:Sorcerer makes more sense than usingSPELLLIST:1|Wizard.
> > Both are effectively the same, except the Sorcerer spell listhas a
> > couple of differences from the Wizard spell list. This pcgen.zipis
> > contains a replacement for the 5.5.9 beta pcgen.jar file. This
> > not a replacement for the current alpha pcgen.jar file (ifyou're
> > grabbing those).
> > -Bryan
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Loyal" <loyalp@c...> wrote:
> > > Nope. I need one in 5.5.9?
> > >
> > > --- In email@example.com, "Jayme Cox" <jayme@r...> wrote:
> > > >
> > > > > The difference here is that it is a custom sorcerer class,
> > > > > multiclassed with a level of fighter. I haven't yet tried
> > > recreating
> > > > > the character as a standard sorcerer to compare the .pcg
> > > for
> > > > > differences. That will be my next step when I get a few
> > minutes.
> > > >
> > > > Do you have a CASTAS: tag in your custom Sorcerer class?