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This is a Talespire plugin and Chrome extension to allow players to roll from their Roll20 character sheets and have the dice rolled in Talespire for others to see.
This plugin, like all others, is free but if you want to donate, use: http://LordAshes.ca/TalespireDonate/Donate.php
1.0.0: Initial release
Use R2ModMan or similar installer to install this plugin.
Inside the plugin install folder will be the Chrome Extension folder. Add this Extension to Chrome.
Warning: The plugin does not stop Roll20 from rolling. In fact it needs Roll20 to roll in order to detect the roll. This does mean that a result will appear in both Roll20 and Talespire and these results are likely to be different since both are rolling independently. Ignore the Roll20 values.
The chrome extension does not have a concept of players. It will search the chat messages for any character sheet rolls and report them to Talespire. Talespire also has no concept of who rolled the roll, so it will report all rolls using the player name who collected them. What does that mean? It means that if the GM is collecting all the chat roll results, all of the rolls, no matter which player rolled them, will appear with the GM name. That sucks...what can we do about that?
The solution is to have each player collect their own chat rolls. To do this each players needs to create their own Roll20 game in which they set up their character sheet. By doing that each player will collect chat rolls for that game only which means only their own chat rolls. The plugin will then post those rolls under their name and thus rolls will be properly posted with each players name.
The chrome extension which gets the Roll20 chat data is looking for character sheet rolls. Any other rolls such as from custom
/r rolls are not supported at this time.
The rolls will be displayed in Talespire associated with the player that collects the data. See How To Use With Multiple Players.
The roll is rolled both in Roll20 and Talespire with potentially different results. Ignore the Roll20 results.