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A question that often comes up (and there is a suggestion for it), is "How can I make a token that I can place on a map that is linked to a handout?" Although such functionality is not yet possible, you can get very close, requiring only one extra step in execution, and a bit of up-front work.
 
A question that often comes up (and there is a suggestion for it), is "How can I make a token that I can place on a map that is linked to a handout?" Although such functionality is not yet possible, you can get very close, requiring only one extra step in execution, and a bit of up-front work.
  
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You can use the [[MapLock]] API to lock down movement of individual Map Pins, which would enable giving [[players]] full permissions to the map pins, without them (or the [[GM]]) accidentally moving them.
 
You can use the [[MapLock]] API to lock down movement of individual Map Pins, which would enable giving [[players]] full permissions to the map pins, without them (or the [[GM]]) accidentally moving them.
 
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=Related Pages=

Latest revision as of 13:22, 13 April 2021


Map Pins Quick Tip, video by keith

A question that often comes up (and there is a suggestion for it), is "How can I make a token that I can place on a map that is linked to a handout?" Although such functionality is not yet possible, you can get very close, requiring only one extra step in execution, and a bit of up-front work.


You can use the MapLock API to lock down movement of individual Map Pins, which would enable giving players full permissions to the map pins, without them (or the GM) accidentally moving them.

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