A website to help connect roleplayers and let them play over the internet.
Tries to be everything-in-one, and includes a tabletop engine that's not too bad. Definitely needs improvements to everything everywhere, but it's all good enough.
I started using it to play AD&D 5e
- When drawing on the map, there is no
control-vto cut/paste. I'm used to
control-xto delete something..
%to get the autosuggest for a macro, it gives it but it's off the bottom of the browser window.
- They think of this great feature, implement it, but obviously haven't fucking tried it.
- The chat box can be enlarged, but it overlaps the text box above it. It should instead shrink the text box above it.
There is no push-to-talk feature.
- I use Push To Talk
There's no way to test voice chat without
- .. being in a game
- .. having another person there
- A page must be refreshed for it to acknowledge changes.
- Cannot middle-click and go to some larger page with all the notifications.
- Cannot control-click or middle click to open an item in a new tab. It's really tiring to have to interact with this for each and every notification.
- They allow whitespace but not blank lines, so they're a clusterfuck mess all strung together.
- Editing needs syntax colouration.
- The usable area for editing a macro is too small.
- There should be a way to test macros without outputting to chat. I don't want to have to edit a macro to change every line to whisper myself, every time I want to update it.
- The macro bar should instead be a column
- Pressing space to create arrows is wonky as hell. It doesn't seem to consistently begin arrow-creation.
^zshould undo a move or drawing.
- The DM can do this though..
Dealing with time zones ∞
Since people are often all over the world, and scheduling is important before even applying, a tool should be used.
Even though I know and understand time zones and it's math, there's no way I'm going to rely on my brain when other people rely on my timing.