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Running two copies of d20Pro on one PC

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by noobiegameplayer, Aug 16, 2012.

  1. noobiegameplayer

    noobiegameplayer New Member

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    Hi all,

    I have been using d20Pro for ages and when I run it at my normal place, we run it over a LAN with one of the players on a laptop connected to a projector onto the table, it workd great ... Yayyy

    I'm about to start running another game at a games club in a "town hall" type environment. I am going to take a large flat screen and put it down on the table to supply maps, show handouts, piccies of people they meet, etc (saves cost on printing).

    What I'm wondering is, can I run two copies of d20Pro (My Judge copy) and a guest copy and move the guest copy onto the flat screen for them to see.

    Obviously I don't want to project my Judge details (with Fog of War, invisible opponents, etc) ...

    Is this a "doable" thing ??

    Thanks,

    NGP

    P.S. I did search the Forums, but couldn't find anything on Two (2) Screens, Two copies of d20Pro, etc
     
  2. Golkiwu

    Golkiwu Member

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    We have done just that before at tournaments where the players were controlling off of 3 laptops (3 Player Licenses) and the projector was run off of a fourth Laptop running the Player license (so non of the teams could see other teams states/invisibility/etc.) the DM Client. I have also done this when my sound got wonky (no sound) from my DM Client, so I ran a player license and logged into my own game so I could hear the sound effects (that only happens once in a while and I blame the hardware not D20PRO).
     
  3. noobiegameplayer

    noobiegameplayer New Member

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    Brilliant, thanks for the quick response Golkiwu :)

    I'd check myself, but it's for about 2 hours time and I'm at work and couldn't test it :)

    Thanks again,

    NGP
     

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