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A D&D 4e Combat Manager

I just tried this tool. WOW!!!!!!!!  I've tried every 4e combat manager and this is by far the best. It has all of the features I'm looking for and the GUI is perfectly organized and easy to use.

No, I'm in no way affiliated with this tool or it's programmer. I just thought I'd give it a two thumbs up so others may benefit from it.

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Home The News 4eTurnTracker 1.0.05 adds cool Player's Window widgets

4eTurnTracker 1.0.05 adds cool Player's Window widgets PDF Print E-mail
Written by Paul McCullagh   
Monday, 21 February 2011 21:51

4eTurnTracker 1.0.05 has just been released! This version includes a great new feature for the Players: the Player's Window widgets. The first 3 widgets are:

  • Your Turn! - This widget display's the name, status and portrait of the current creature.
  • Last Kills - A list of portraits of the last Monsters killed, and names of the Character that killed them.
  • Ticker - Shows the most recent entries from the History, that affect the Playing characters.

All components of the Player's Window now scale automatically to fit the space available, so players can follow the action better at a distance. Further customization is possible by right-clicking on the widgets and main list, to bring up a context menu.

Version 1.0.05 also adds a nifty feature to the DM's main window. The Encounter toolbar now includes 4 new buttons: "Hit!", "Heal", "Surge" and "Temp HP", and an "HP" input box. These buttons can be used to quickly apply damage or healing to selected creatures. By clicking on the "Health" column of a creature, the "HP" input box is automatically selected so that you can immediately key in a value.

To make space on the toolbars I have removed the buttons that bring up the Monster Manager and the Character Creator. These windows can now only be accessed from the main Window menu.

Last Updated on Sunday, 27 February 2011 20:31