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How about alpha numeric labels for grids.

Discussion in 'Feature Requests' started by Dick G, Oct 20, 2019.

  1. Dick G

    Dick G New Member

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    I currently use d20pro for a Pathfinder 1e / Greyhawk PBP on FB. I use the player view and screenshot it in a post. It's effective but a few players use phones only and the map is daunting to them. We all agree labeling rows and columns on the grid helps a lot. I use map markers but it's tedious. If this is not a realistic expectation, are there any workarounds or suggestions?

    Sometimes I miss the obvious solutions. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Krilion_GD

    Krilion_GD Production/Community Manager
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    I'd suggest using a semi-transparent image as a Tile to do this, then you could toggle the tile visibility on or off as needed. The downside here is that all maps would need to be a standard X/Y size for which you have premade semi-transparent grids created.

    Layer 1 - generic semi-transparent grid image with R&C numbering and lettering.
    Layer 0 - original map layer
     

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