heruca wrote:Is this during an online session with other players logged in? If so, do the players all have the relevant artpacks installed? Is Fog of War enabled on the Encounter being used?
"on line" ... Sorta? kinda? in this instance (and again yesterday) I had it set up like this.....
1> Primary BGRPG > I call DM View Running on a Windows 8 Machine with 32g Ram with program installed on C: drive
2>Second session> Called Table Map on Same Machine above and displayed , BUT BGRPG installed on a flash drive (USB) and renamed so as not to interfere with the original install.
3>Third session> Called Display on separate machine running windows XP 8gRam displayed on a 42" tv behind me displaying the turn sequencer , tables, etc
All running internally on a LAN setup..... so basically thru a gigabit router, but not over an IP
if that makes sense. did not have any players remote.
Fog of war enabled but not dynamic, I mainly just utilize it for a manual reveal....
Yes all art packs installed on the flash drive, primary and secondary...... Though thinking on this as I write, I did download the packs via the emails you sent and unzipped to the primary machine, BUT
once all the art packs were installed to that "primary folder" I copied that folder
to the flash and secondary machines, I didn't "unzip file and install to those folders". It seemed to me that there was nothing in the zip file that installed anywhere but the art pack folder. IS this a wrong assessment??? Also, after I unzipped files to that folder, but before
copying it to the other two locations, I relocated all the "readme txt files" to a folder of their own, (just to reduce the number of files in the art pack folder and make it easier to go thru the text ones.) So the second and third sessions don't have the text files......would that make a difference?