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Regions works by letting you define a Region, which represents any organization of documents or information that you can think of (be it a town, a forest, a kingdom, a planet, or perhaps an adventure) within which it breaks down your documents into Associations. You can organize your Associations with Categories, add descriptions, and quickly pull up their information with a click (or more, depending on the document type!)
In order to help you build out a Region, you can also create Custom Tags. These can be anything you want, ranging from additional text fields to numbers, counters, sliders, or drop down selections. Like any other Association, you are free to organize these into Categories.
You can also create Templates, which allow you can apply to a region to quickly add a preset of Custom Tags to, letting you more quickly add in your creative thoughts.
Because Regions can be complex, it also supports a full Backup system - including an easy way to export your custom tags and templates that you can share with others.
Almost all of Regions is based on simple drag & drop - be it a single Actor or an entire folder of them.
Quick shortcuts via right clicking on the the Regions Icon can let you swiftly swap to scenes, open actors or rolltables, or even immediately start playing a playlist that is associated with a Region.
For more detailed breakdown of using Regions, visit the Regions Wiki for extensive documentation at https://gitlab.com/geekswordsman/regions/-/wikis/home
This module is free for use, however if you enjoy it and wish to help support the developer, please visit my Ko-Fi and leave a tip! Geekswordsman's Ko-Fi!
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: regions 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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