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This module adds an extra floating Combat Tracker which provides new functionalities.
The tracker will automatically appear on screen when there is an active encounter containing a combatant owned by the user (any combatant will do for the GM).
The tracker will be removed when those conditions are not met anymore.
The tracker is by default minimized to only display the current combatant and the header (also footer for the GM), this allow for a very discreet tracker that can be placed in a corner of the screen.
While minimized, the user can mouse over the combatant to expand the tracker temporarily, the delay before expansion can be set (default 250ms).
The tracker can be expanded to a regular size either by hovering over the tracker or by clicking
In that state, the tracker will reproduce the behavior of the normal combat tracker with the same features and color coding.
While expanded, you can reduce its size by dragging the extremity of the tracker (opposite to the header).
The user can change the expanded orientation of the tracker by clicking
This will reverse the entire tracker, placing the header at the bottom (footer at the top for the GM) and expand the tracker upward instead of downward, this is useful if the user wants the tracker to be anchored at the bottom of the screen.
Position, orientation, minimized/expanded and size limite of the tracker are all saved on the user's browser between sessions.
The tracker allow the GM to reorganize and change the initiative of a combatant simply by dragging them inside the tracker: Click and hold the left-click for a short time and start dragging a combatant to another position.
This will set a new initiative for the combatant, using decimals when needed (which may or may not be shown in the tracker depending on the system).
If enabled, this module can prevent players from being able to move tokens on the board.
Combatant tokens will by default be prevented from moving when out of turn. A new icon is added to allow the GM to "free" a combatant token until the end of the current turn.
The module Monk's TokenBar already provides a better version of this feature, therefore, if present, its feature will be used instead and the will toggle its state.
If a recognized module/system allowing hidding creatures names is found, the name of the creatures will be hidden from the players when appropriate.
It will also add a new icon to show the GM the current state, also allowing its toggle if possible.
If shift is held while toggling a combatant name, all the combatants with the same original actor will have their name toggled instead. This only applies to the combatants of the current combat.
- Pathfinder Second Edition (Official)
Enable or disable the mini tracker for the user.
Changing the font size will scale the whole tracker with it.
When enabled, the tracker will expand when hovering over the combatant.
Set the amount of time (in milliseconds) before the tracker starts expanding on mouse hover.
Should the players be able to end their own turn.
Select the requirement to display HP in the tracker.
If set with an actor system path, will display the current hp of combatants in the tracker.
If set with an actor system path, will color code the hp on the tracker depending on the ratio current/max HP. This requires a valid path for HP value too.
When enabled, names will be dimmed out to put an accent on the fact that it is hidden from players.
Should non player-owned defeated combatants be hidden from the tracker?
The setting is also present in the Combat Tracket Settings window.
Should non player-owned combatants be hidden when added to the combat. This is not linked to the token hidden state.
Should hidden combatants be revealed when their turn comes.
Should combatants tokens also be revealed when their turn comes. Reveal Combatants must be enabled.
When enabled, players will only be able to move their token during their turn. Or when the GM allows it. This setting will not do anything if the module Monk's TokenBar is present to avoid conflict.
Should the camera pan to the token of the current combatant. This option is only for the GM.
Should the token of the current combatant be automatically selected. This option is only for the GM.
Should the sheet of the current combatant be automatically opened. This option is only for the GM.
A hidden setting has been added to allow the tracker to be expanded upward without changing its UI, this setting will not appear anywhere accessible because it messes up with a few of the core feature of the tracker (because the header is not opposite to the part that is supposed to shrink anymore).
To change this setting, simply open your browser devtools (F12) and in the console type:
game.settings.set('mini-tracker', 'fake-reversed', true)
To return to the normal behavior simply type:
game.settings.set('mini-tracker', 'fake-reversed', false)
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: mini-tracker 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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