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This module adds an autocompletion and hint UI for sheet fields that can accept inline properties or other entity data references, for instance a damage field referencing an ability modifier (e.g.
@abilities.dex.mod), or an Active Effects key (e.g.
There are two ways to invoke the AIP interface: by pressing the "@" key in a field for which AIP is enabled, or by clicking on the floating "@" button in the UI.
Both options will open the AIP interface, which presents a textbox with the data path entered so far, as well as a list of data keys at the current data path. As you type, matching keys will be underlined, and the first key matching the currently entered path will be faintly highlighted.
Pressing "Tab" will insert the currently highlighted key into the path textbox and you can continue from there.
Pressing "Enter", or clicking on the insert button to the right of the path textbox will send the current path to the underlying field in the sheet.
Currently, AIP will not work for items that are not owned by actor. I expect that it will be possible to resolve this limitation after 0.8.0.
This module currently offers built in support for the dnd5e and pf1 systems, though I am more than willing to accept pull requests to support other systems. Modules that add their own sheets and fields can add those fields to the AIP configuration as desired.
To install this package, open your Foundry Setup screen and navigate to your Module tab and click the Install Module button.
From there, you can either search for the package unique name: autocomplete-inline-properties or copy its manifest URL:
And paste it to the input box at the bottom of your window.
You can install this package directly to your Forge account.
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