Regarding your latest question, I'd create a table called TownPrefix.
With that, you could generate the town name as just:
She hails from [@TownPrefix&#93; [@table1&…
Nevermind, I figured it out. I changed the line with only table3 in it to:
[ ] [@table3&#93;
I am not sure if it is supposed to work that way but it does work.
How do I add a table lookup to all…
I take that is a "not on the list" for the calendar feature.
I have already downloaded the program. I am currently still working on the Acrobat sheet as it is out to be more dynamic and comprehensive as time goes on.
I know once I start using this program I will be checking in on these forums with questions …
I have tables that reference other tables and on my PC the program is told to look here:
which means the "special" table is in the HARP folder within the Generators folder. What would I change the reference to for use o…
Can someone please post an example of two tables where one references the other and they both have a die roll to determine the result? If possible use the two tables I posted above.
I know there is something I am missing somewhere, but I don't see …
The problem is just about all the tables are referenced by the various tables... So is it possible to place all my tables in the common directory including the primary ones?
In the meantime I tried your above solution. I moved the "special" table…
Looking at the books example (from what I could understand) the script below should work. I started a new directory called HARP in the generators folder (Documents\Inspiration Pad Pro\Generators)... The files look like this:
Header: Poor Money Gener…