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In Topic: Changing Weapon Style proficiency bonuses in BGT

03 October 2018 - 07:33 AM

Maybe they are externalized in tobex(?)

In Topic: SR Revised V1.0.1 + A List of Problems with b15 + Fixing Them

30 September 2018 - 04:37 PM

A bit late, but: 




Edit: Lol, Demi is the source

In Topic: SR Revised V1.0.1 + A List of Problems with b15 + Fixing Them

13 September 2018 - 11:51 AM

Mad Mate has also been fixing some stuff, some of which duplicates the work I did here. But his version is much cleaner - he went back and converted kreso's b15 changes as commits on top of b14.

I talked to him about getting everything dobe so far into a single branch with commits for various fixes. Once that branch is caught up, we should talk about moving forward. (My suggestion at that point would be, we can each fork it abd make fixes and make pull requests to get the fixes into that branch. And Mike, in turn, can inspect the commits to that branch and incorporate them into the G3 main branch, as he sees fit.

Sure, just let me know if/when you need my help.

In Topic: SR Revised V1.0.1 + A List of Problems with b15 + Fixing Them

12 September 2018 - 11:51 AM


@Grammarsalad: Uh, you know, I would, because everyone seems to just love github, but my few experiences with github's web interface have been extremely infuriating to the point of never wanting to touch the thing. I've been told that there are other ways to use github that don't involve the ridiculous web interface, but... As I've said to subtledoctor, anything SRR can be used as anyone pleases. Like IRR, I only started messing around with things for my own enjoyment - anything beyond that is a bonus. However, I would warn you, as subtledoctor discovered...just compare my main_component.tpa to b15's...and THEN compare my arcane.tra to b15's arcane.tra. Ha.


Understood. My thinking was to incorporate some of your fixes to lighten the load, so to speak. But, maybe subtledoctor is already doing this(?)

In Topic: SR Revised V1.0.1 + A List of Problems with b15 + Fixing Them

09 September 2018 - 04:55 PM

Bart, are you on Github? The easiest way to do this is through Github forking and pull requests. I think that Mike said that this would help get a new 'official' release up and running. A nice thing about Github is that it could also help with documenting changes. It will show you what files have changed and (for text files) exactly what text has changed.

Or, if you will give me permission, I can add your changes to my version for a pull request either to subtle's version, or, if it comes after he sends a request to gibberlings, to another request to gibberlings.