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huntercc
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Old May 1st, 2008, 04:49 PM
I've added four new races (familiars) to my campaign. No problems at all with entering the first two, but when I edit the third one the editor clears the "space" and "reach" fields every time I hit the save button. The 4th race I added will clear the "total speed", "space" and "reach" fields every time I hit save.

If you would like to see my dat file, I can email it.
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Old May 2nd, 2008, 05:52 PM
huntercc wrote:
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> I've added four new races (familiars) to my campaign. No problems at all
> with entering the first two, but when I edit the third one the editor
> clears the "space" and "reach" fields every time I hit the save button.
> The 4th race I added will clear the "total speed", "space" and "reach"
> fields every time I hit save.
>
> If you would like to see my dat file, I can email it.


If it clears the fields, it means you've set them to their default
values. For example, if you set the "Space" field to 5, it'll clear it,
because the default space for a creature is 5. That way, when you're
looking through the list of fields for the creature, you can concentrate
only on what's different from the defaults.


Hope this helps,

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Old May 3rd, 2008, 05:24 AM
Gotcha, now it makes sense... thanks!
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