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Tokenizer

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Latest version3.4.11
Minimum Core0.7.9
Compatible Core0.8.9
File size1.9 MB
Last updated1 week ago
Created1 year ago
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Tiny yet capable in-game token editor.

Tokenizer registers itself automatically in the most used game systems, and opens up when you click on the avatar image from a character sheet. It enables you do create both a new Avatar image and Token image by using multiple stacked layers and easy to use interface.

First glance at Tokenizers UI

You can find detailed instructions on how to use Tokenizer at the linked website.

Creating nice tokens made easy

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Kaladhan
7 months ago

Is there a way to change the border?

EvilCj
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7 months ago
Reply to  Kaladhan

If you mean the boarder of the token, yes, it is a layer on top of the token image. You can delete that layer and add your own.

AlexTheMapMaker
7 months ago

This makes token creation so easy. Not sure what I would do without it.

GreatGraySkwid
7 months ago

This bugged out on me a while back where it wasn’t saving the images it created, but I found if I pointed it at a directory other than the default Data directory it worked again. Super convenient, and I wouldn’t want to go without it!

Tech097
4 months ago

This is an absolutely INVALUABLE module, thank you so much! The only thing I can say is while I’m sure it’d be possible to finagle on my end different colorized borders, some extra built-in borders of different colors would be nice to differentiate NPCs of different importance.

Whether it be possible to add extra colored borders or even possible to create a built-in colorizer that can make even added personal tintable borders have extra colors, I think these are the only suggestions I have that’d make this the PERFECT foundry module 😀

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