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StuartW wrote:The character data is stored in a .DAT file in My Documents, with all characters being stored in a single file. The best way to exchange character sheets, for viewing, is by email (once you have the email client set up), as we don't support manual editing of the .DAT file and its layout is not guaranteed to remain the same between versions of the software.
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Tue Jul 12, 2011 1:07 am
Evilbeeker wrote:Thanks for all the good questions/feedback guys. This sort of community interaction really helps us build you a better product.
One note, Digital Adventures has a new webiste and on our Resources page I've posted some exported C&C characters for people to look at as examples or even to use in your game. Special thanks to Jason (Breakdaddy) for his contributions.
In fact, if you would like to display your character please send/export it to email@example.com and I'll put it up for everyone to download. I would love to develop a pool of character examples for folks to see and use in a pinch for their game. Let's make the iCharacter Sheet C&C the DEFAULT character sheet for trolls everywhere!!!
Tue Jul 12, 2011 2:24 am
Tue Jul 12, 2011 4:09 am
Evilbeeker wrote:Hey Red,
In the beginning we wanted to have a PDF export; however, the hang-up with that is Windows. iOS and MAC platforms have native PDF support, but Windows does not. Without the native support it was very difficult to do PDF as an export device. We do hope we can offer this in the future, but for the moment the current HTML system was the best option for making things work on all three platforms. There have been talks about native PDF support for Windows 8, but they said the same thing three years ago for Windows 7 and it never happened. Stay tuned ...
As for the fonts, that is something we worked through quite a bit during development and I think it was touched on before in this thread or another one. To make it short, we are limited to a group of fonts native to the three platforms. As for the sizes, that is something that is still under discussion.
Window resizing ... that is on our list of possible improvements. I know there is a reason we could not do it at this time, I just don't remember what it is. Perhaps Stuart can clarify.
Thanks again for your comments Red. We're definitely listening and doing everything we can to make this a better product.
Wed Jul 13, 2011 7:01 am
Can you just put PDF export in the iPad and Mac versions and tell the Windows folks "Sorry, call Microsoft and request that they natively support one of the most common and prolific document formats, like everyone else."
Thu Jul 14, 2011 3:11 pm
redwullf wrote:Can you just put PDF export in the iPad and Mac versions and tell the Windows folks "Sorry, call Microsoft and request that they natively support one of the most common and prolific document formats, like everyone else."
Ah, anyway, keep up the great work and thanks for the response.
P.S. I found that by adjusting the scaling with my printer when I open the HTML export in a browser, I can "print to PDF" so the pages produce correctly. So, that's a work around for the time being.
Thu Jul 14, 2011 3:14 pm
Thu Jul 14, 2011 3:19 pm
Arakor wrote:Kevin ... do you want the HTML files or PDF versions?
I've got 13 first level characters (one per class) that I can send you.
Thu Jul 14, 2011 5:21 pm
Evilbeeker wrote:Either is fine, I can spit them out to PDF if needed. If you send me the export just make sure the image is attached! If you send the PDF just make sure it is scaled so there are no blank pages, as I don't have a full version of Adobe to remove them from the PDF.
Thu Jul 14, 2011 7:44 pm
PDF versions on their way, all properly scaled and rendered.
Mon Jul 18, 2011 5:04 am