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    Vivified Labyrinth - Curse of the Crimson Throne Map

    There are 2 of these maps. 1 called (non-rotating) and 1 without that text. This map design should have parts of the maze rotate in a circular fashion. I haven't been able to locate anything on rotating a certain part of a map in this program. No luck in Google or the forum search.

    Does anyone know how to rotate these pieces of the map? Photo below for reference.

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    There's a couple of notes in the Part 3 reference manual that may help.





    Beyond that, there's not a standard way of showing this in Fantasy Grounds. However, you could make tokens of the central rotating sections (taking screenshots and editing as needed) and put them on the map - you'd need to use the layers extension (and put the tokens on the middle layer) otherwise they'd interfere with PC/NPC tokens on the top layer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trenloe View Post
    There's a couple of notes in the Part 3 reference manual that may help.





    Beyond that, there's not a standard way of showing this in Fantasy Grounds. However, you could make tokens of the central rotating sections (taking screenshots and editing as needed) and put them on the map - you'd need to use the layers extension (and put the tokens on the middle layer) otherwise they'd interfere with PC/NPC tokens on the top layer.
    Thanks mate. Tokens look like the way to go.

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    I used Gimp to do stuff like that.

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