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This module provides an option to have a 'revealed' state on scene Notes.
When enabled, then the 'revealed' state will be used to determine if the Note is visible to players.
(The default Foundry VTT behaviour is for Notes to be visible to players only if the linked document is accessible by the player.)
There is an option to set the tint colour of the Note icon to indicate if the linked document is reachable or not (if the Note has no linked document, then it will always be displayed in the "unreachable" tint).
Two new options appear in the Note configuration panel (select the Notes layer, and double right-click on a note to open the configuration panel).
Use Reveal State will enable the Note to be managed by this module.
Revealed to Players will indicate whether this Note is visible to players or not.
The Module Settings window provides two configurable parameters:
Note Tint Colour when linked is used to tint the Note icon when the Note's linked document is reachable by the player (reachable means that the player has at least LIMITED permission on the linked document).
Note Tint Colour when not linked is used to tint the Note icon when either the Note has no linked document, or the linked document is not reachable.
(There are other modules which allow Notes to be created without being linked to a document.)
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: revealed-notes-manager 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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