Roll20 - searching for HTML/CSS designer

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Re: Roll20 - searching for HTML/CSS designer

Post by Ghorin » Sun Dec 10, 2017 7:24 pm

I have stopped my work on improving the current Roll20 Character Sheet because ok unexpected personal problems to manage. And the few things that I tried were difficult and took much time as my own css skill is low (and the current css style sheet didn't have much comment to explain it).

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Re: Roll20 - searching for HTML/CSS designer

Post by uhu79 » Tue Dec 12, 2017 5:26 pm

Sorry to hear that Ghorin. All the best.

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Re: Roll20 - searching for HTML/CSS designer

Post by StuartJ » Wed Dec 13, 2017 5:00 pm

Hi uhu79,
uhu79 wrote:
Sat Nov 25, 2017 8:58 am
The only thing I've never ever dared to touch and I am still not truly satisfied with is the way the character sheet looks, the layout, the design... TOR has such a beautiful design for its char sheets. ... -Sheet.jpg
It would be so great to have the same / similar in Roll20.

But I don't have the skills, not even remotely, to start this endeavour. :oops:
Well, I guess this could be a starting point:

So, is there anybody out there that could do this? It is a lot of work I guess, so it should be rewarded. I am happy to make a donation!

Are there more people like me out there that would donate? Let's create a fellowship pool and see if we can find a talented designer for this task - a "Master Designer", so to say.
I'm not a 'talented designer' (by any means!) and I have very limited time, but I can hack about HTML/CSS a bit, and I've played around with Roll20 before, when I briefly took part in a game run by Hermes Serpent, before my limited bandwidth at that time choked taking part in live games online.

I'm glad that people have found the TOR stuff for Roll20 helpful though, and trying to fix up the character sheet a bit might be a nice little challenge for my occasional spare hour :-)

Send me a private message about how we might co-ordinate efforts. The main challenge I see is that (as far as I can see) I'd need access to a Roll20 pro account (yours?) to test any thing I play around with.

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