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About rainstone.digital

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  1. Something that allowed communities to run their own variation of a given tabletop RPG would be really cool. Character sheet with configurable fields RPG items (money, gear, consumables, spells, whatever) can be sold in the member shop Purchased items show as "inventory" on the character sheet Admins or moderators can "gift" items to characters Gaming happens by whatever mechanism the community owner prefers (forums or pages database comments) Something along those lines would be epic.
  2. I take this back. It's actually pretty easy to implement FA5 Pro with the kit they provide. There's a toggle for projects already using FA4 and it works great.
  3. Is IPS sticking with FA4? Seems like it would be more efficient to package their own limited set of icons and let people use their own frameworks if needed. FA6 is on the horizon now and it would be nice to use that without also loading depreciated icon sets on top of it.
  4. QFE. I will buy pretty much anything that extends the shop in a cool way.
  5. The two biggest things for our community would be: Alert people watching the entry when something is edited A per-database option to hold edits for moderation; the entry remains unaltered until a moderator approves it through the moderator area (the same way existing moderator approval functions)
  6. Came here looking to have this question answered also. It can likely be done playing with the record templates, but it's probably easier to get something usable by using a text field and adding a little custom HTML in the field display options. Less intuitive for the user but easier to get something done.
  7. The Rules app will allow you to do what you're asking. Not everything needs to be baked in to the software, learn about the API and find unexpected ways to use available plugins.
    Very well made and essential addition to any wide-ranging community. I reported a bug with the API and Adriano fixed it within days, also offered a temporary solution before the update was released. Awesome.
  8. I just ran into this same issue. Disabling Links Directory lets me generate an API key, and then everything still works fine after I re-enable it. I sent an API call to update a guest poster's name and it worked fine. Looks like I'm just missing whatever additional endpoints Links Directory provides (since I can't edit my API key and enable them without getting that error). Not a huge deal. Everything works great otherwise, just letting you know the error still exists 🙂 Thanks for the great app!
    Works great. Extremely well organized and easy to use. I'm only rating 4/5 as it doesn't yet work with Clubs. Will update to 5 as soon as it can do that 🙂
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