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First of all...
On the printed Powercard itself, under the -
"Your stats using Bastard Sword" there is no text. I am assuming because of the placement that there was simply no room to print the same text as it did with every other Weapon key word power.
(Example: Under other weapon keyword powers, I have the line that reads:
+7 attack bonus, 1d10+5 damage or something similiar)
If this is the case (being a space issue), perhaps have the text auto-scale if it seems to be running out of room on the card. No big deal for me to write in the damage (it is just 1[W] +INT mod), but an issue nonetheless.
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After playing with the Character Sheet option "Hide Personalized Power Card Info" I noticed the same bug on my fighter's "Tide of Iron" power.
Other powers (like Passing Attack) seem to scale if I add/remove that data - so it seems to be a bug with the Tide of Iron power, and not just space being skipped because of a lack of scaling.
What power(s) do you see the error on?
The only one I noticed it on thus far is Lightning Clash. Hrm. You said you can add/remove data from the powercards? How? With the "Hide Personalized Power Card Info" setting?
Yup. On the Character Sheet go to the OPTIONS menu - the last item in the list is "Hide (or Show) Personalized Power Card Info".
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The viewer/printing of the character sheet cuts off the last few lines on the first sheet, regardless of portrait/landscape. I can unlock the items, move some things around, and get the lines to display. However, the defaults probably should show every line without the need to do this.
In my viewer, the Portrait view ends at the Religion line in Skills. In Landscape view, it makes it to showing most of Thievery, but the word "Thievery" can't be seen (so, about the last 1/3 of the line is gone) plus anything below that. It prints as seen (without these lines).
On the power cards page, the words "ACTION" and "RANGE" have the bottom few pixels of cut off on the line. Looks like they are set to bottom of square and need to be reset to Centered.
Mine does the same thing, I move things around a bit and I can get all the skills to show up. I'm using Vista SP1.
I found that each page is printed off as a separate job, which is irritating when printing to PDF (it /could/ just be my print software, but that doesn't seem as likely).
I have seen some sheets floating around that have the skills correctly listed, but mine are cut off as well at religion. How are people getting around this?
I have a similar issue printing to a duplex printer, so I don't think it's your drivers. When I print on 'duplex' each page still comes out on a separate sheet; not a major glitch, but annoying.
OS Vista Home Premium
When Viewing character sheet in either landscape or portrait mode the bottom lines of the sheet are cut off. viewing in XP seems to be okay.
When printing to A4 the right hand side margin isnt large enough - it cuts off.
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Is anyone else having margin-related printing issues? I feel like this application is so very, very close to being awesome that these problems seem minor.
I am not having margin issues.
Would be cool to have a page setup / paper size / margins dialog.
i can't print at all ç_ç
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