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Re: Pain of a time with csheet

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  • mocha@mcs.net
    Peter, your character sheet looks very cool and stylish! What kind of browser are you using? I suspect that some browsers may actually display what you have
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 7, 2001
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      Peter,
      your character sheet looks very cool and stylish! What kind of browser
      are you using? I suspect that some browsers may actually display what
      you have written correctly. I'm using Netscape (sometimes I use IE and
      on rare ocassions OmniWeb), and the armor, weapons, armor and equipment
      sections all looked a bit off. I don't think it's due to your html,
      I think it may be due more to netscape. I found that if I added a
      </td> at the end of every <td> in the FOR loop it displayed correctly.
      This shouldn't be necessary, but there you have it. So I changed your
      csheet so it had these three lines:
      |FOR.0,100,1,<td>\ARMOR%.NAME\
      </td><td>\ARMOR%.TOTALAC\</td><td>\ARMOR%.BASEAC\</td><td>\ARMOR%.MAXDEX\
      </td><td>\ARMOR%.ACCHECK\</td><td>\ARMOR%.SPELLFAIL\%</td><td>\ARMOR%.MOVE\</td><td> ,</font><tr
      align="center">,</tr>,1|

      |FOR.0,100,2,<td><font
      size="-1">\SKILL%\</td><td>\SKILL%.TOTAL\</td><td>\SKILL%.RANK\
      </td><td>\SKILL%.MOD\</td><td> ,</font><tr align="center">,</tr>,1|


      |FOR.0,100,2,<td><font size="-1">\EQ%.EQUIPPED\</td><td>(\EQ%.QTY\)
      \EQ%.LONGNAME\</td><td>  </td><td>\EQ%.WT\,</font><tr
      align="center">,</tr>,1|

      The weapons section was off for the same reason, so I changed that to
      <tr align="center"> <td><font size="-1">Primary
      </font> </td><td><font size="-1">|WEAPONP.LONGNAME|</font>
      </td><td><font size="-1">|WEAPONP.HIT|</font> </td><td><font
      size="-1">|WEAPONP.SIZE|</font> </td><td><font
      size="-1">|WEAPONP.DAMAGE| (|WEAPONP.TYPE|) </font> </td><td><font
      size="-1">|WEAPONP.ATTACKS| </font> </td><td><font
      size="-1">|WEAPONP.CRIT| </font> </td><td><font
      size="-1">|WEAPONP.MULT| </font> </td><td><font
      size="-1">|WEAPONP.RANGE| </font> </tr> |%| |%WEAPON1|
      <tr align="center"> </td><td><font size="-1">Off-Hand
      </font> </td><td><font size="-1">|WEAPONO.LONGNAME| </font>
      </td><td><font size="-1">|WEAPONO.HIT|</font> </td><td><font
      size="-1">|WEAPONO.SIZE|</font> </td><td><font
      size="-1">|WEAPONO.DAMAGE| (|WEAPONO.TYPE|) </font> </td><td><font
      size="-1">|WEAPONO.ATTACKS| </font> </td><td><font
      size="-1">|WEAPONO.CRIT| </font> </td><td><font
      size="-1">|WEAPONO.MULT| </font> </td><td><font
      size="-1">|WEAPONO.RANGE| </font> </tr> |%|


      I tried to put your <font size="-1"> inside of the FOR loop but that
      was causing PCGen to abort creating the character sheet. I'm not sure
      why that would be so I'll look into it - with my above changes your
      sheet looks fine except the armor, skills and equipment details
      in the for loop are all in a larger font. But at least this fixes
      the immediate problem!

      Feel free to post your chseet (name it anything that starts with
      csheet and ends in .htm and it will be found by PCGen. So you could
      name it csheetpeter.htm or whatever, maybe I ought to have PCGen
      just serch for any file? I'll have to think about that.

      -Bryan
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