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    Quote Originally Posted by tlavalle View Post
    how would i setup the cards that are drawn, to belong to the character drawing the cards, and can you setup a seperate deck per player?
    Each table is a deck, so make one table per player. Then share each table with the relevant player.

    If the table has links to other records, then those will need to be accessible to the player using the table - either shared records from a campaign, or a module the player has open

    EDIT: The issue you'll have is that the player can't edit the table - it will be read only to them. They can re-shuffle the deck (via the right hand menu) and the drawn cards will be marked as "used" if the GM has "Auto?" checked. But the player can't manually mark cards as used, only the GM can.
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    First of all I would really like to thank you for doing this. Not only it's an amazing job, but this opens so many possibilitites, that I am sure at some point when FG evolves this will be on it, and we will have you to thanks for.

    I do have two questions though:

    1. I know how to create the table and how to add an image linked to each "card", but if I want that card to also be an item that I can drag and drop into a player equipment list, how can I do it? Is it possible to have more than one link, one for the image and another for the item? Is there a way around it so I can accomplish that?

    2. I like to use cards so players can see all their items with an image, something like the old spellfire. So I create cards of their weapons and armor and give to them. Is there a way that they can keep the cards anywhere so they can access their images when they just want to have fun looking at it? Would have them creating a note with the link would let them open it anytime they want or is there a better way to do it?

    Thank you again, this is the kind of work that helps so many in exchange of so little that should alwyas be commended.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MytosBR View Post
    1.I know how to create the table and how to add an image linked to each "card", but if I want that card to also be an item that I can drag and drop into a player equipment list, how can I do it? Is it possible to have more than one link, one for the image and another for the item? Is there a way around it so I can accomplish that?
    Add another column to the table via table edit mode (click the brown / icon to enter edit mode). Then you can drag a link to each column.

    Quote Originally Posted by MytosBR View Post
    2. I like to use cards so players can see all their items with an image, something like the old spellfire. So I create cards of their weapons and armor and give to them. Is there a way that they can keep the cards anywhere so they can access their images when they just want to have fun looking at it? Would have them creating a note with the link would let them open it anytime they want or is there a better way to do it?
    It's probably easiest for the players to add the links to a note that they own.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MytosBR View Post
    2. I like to use cards so players can see all their items with an image, something like the old spellfire. So I create cards of their weapons and armor and give to them. Is there a way that they can keep the cards anywhere so they can access their images when they just want to have fun looking at it? Would have them creating a note with the link would let them open it anytime they want or is there a better way to do it?
    If you look at it the other way around.. you can add the image link to any item's description.. then you have the whole thing wrapped up in a nice package.
    You can then put the ITEM into the table rather than the IMAGE.. and voila.. you have it all.
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    Thank you so much mates, that worked like a charm.

    I also would like to point out that all this is so good, that I spend more time learning how to do things than actually building up an adventure. That would give a good thread, something like: How to keep your learn addiction at bay and actually use your FG!

    Thanks again.
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