[PnP] Online Character Creator
adexfloyd at gmail.com
Sun Apr 4 22:33:38 CEST 2010
Actually I was using v1. I'll take a look at v2. And I've only been
testing it so far in Safari. I haven't tried it in the evil IE!
Thanks for taking a look!
On Apr 2, 2010, at 5:31 PM, Scott Adams wrote:
> At 12:02 PM 3/29/10, you wrote:
>> I have started working an on-line character creator. It's not
>> nearly finished yet but I thought I would offer it up to see if
>> there would be interest in using it. You can view it at http://maccrafters.com/powers
>> . Quite a bit of it works but it's not complete. I'm going to
>> move the skills section to appear after clicking on Save &
>> Continue. So, please take a look and let me know what you think of
>> the layout and if you would find it useful. The idea is to have a
>> complete maintenance system where you can create a character and
>> maintain it , printing up a fresh character sheet every time you
> Interesting site/page. Looks like good work. I assume this is v2
> stuff but didn't notice things like halfbreeds or such? Folks
> complain about pnp being complex but it is a great system to program
> for actually since its that detailed. Most generic systems are
> harder to program due to gaps in the logic. When I made my
> character generator years ago it was pretty easy. Of course i had
> to develop a new code segment for the skills and such. But it
> worked great. Course it was v1 and I've not had time to go back and
> redo it since then. Too dang busy.
> Unfortunately the browser doens't like the page all that great. In
> netscape 7.2 it loads up but doesn't show all the data objects and
> fields like oh say the stats. :) I load up older netscape and it
> does show it all but the colors are hard to see so hard to use.
> One reason I keep the old netscape around for pages like this.
> Tried IE and it does same as newer NS for some reason. But I rarely
> use IE so never upgraded teh browswer just NS.
> I will have to tweak the java and security settings I guess to get
> it going in the newer NS before cna go thorugh the whole process.
> From what I did gleam from old NS looks like a good job.
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