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4eTurnTracker 2.0.11 bug fix release PDF Print E-mail
Written by Paul McCullagh   
Wednesday, 23 January 2013 09:21

I have just release 4eTurnTracker 2.0.11 which fixes a couple of bugs in the 2.0.10 release version.

This most serious issue concerned changing the combat Stats of a character. This includes such things as: maximum HP, maximum Healing Surges, defenses, etc. Changing the name of a character was also effected by this bug.

When these changes are made, and the Character appears in the history, then the changes are reflected in the history. This was not handled correctly in 2.0.10. So the result could by some confusion about the Stats or name of a PC when the history is loaded after re-starting the program.

To correct the problems caused by 2.0.10 in this regard I recommend you "clear" the history. Do this using the "Clear History..." option from the "History" menu. Clear history can be done quite safely (without loss of current state) after Extended Rest. In fact, clearing the history has the same effect as an Extended Rest, and can therefore be done in place of an Extended Rest.

Details of other changes are in the release notes.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 January 2013 09:57