Quite a few updates have come out since my last post about REKS, so I figured it was high time I talked about those!
Just looking for the user script? Grab it here.
Since v1.0, I’ve added the following features and improvements to REKS:
Better Dice Rolling
The dice roller (
\r) now supports all Roll20 flavored dice expressions, including fudge dice (
dF). Consequently, the very limited fudge dice command (
\f) is no longer needed and has been removed.
\vSet vision for selected token
\vxBlind (disable vision
\l<bright>[/<dim>]Set token lighting
\s[name]Toggle token status markers by name (blank to clear all)
\o<opts>Set a wide variety of other token options, including:
- Bar values & attribute mappings
- Bar location & style
- Visibility & edit permissions for bars, auras, and token name
- Change token name & toggle nameplate visibility
\gControl page display
\ga<pagename>Send players & GM to the named page
\gp<pagename>Send just players to the named page
\gg<pagename>Send just the GM to the named page
\gs<settings>Set page settings:
- Grid settings
- Dynamic lighting settings
- Fog of war
Game & User Prefs
\p<prefs>Set game/user level preferences, including:
- Set display name
- Enable/disable advanced keyboard shortcuts, 3D dice, animated graphics, etc.
- Scroll settings
- Status marker position
- Player avatar size & location
- Configure / disable integrated video chat
I used this to create a macro to configure a new Roll20 game just the way I like it:
\ntQuickly and easily create rollable tables.
- Various bugfixes and reliability improvements
- Dev server support
- Random QoL fix: Added an event filter to prevent accidentally losing work on a handout by hitting escape
If all that sounds good, head on over to GreasyFork and install the updated script!