Firstly I apologise for taking so long, work has been a lot busier than expected recently.
I havent gotten nearly as much as I wanted to done on MapTool but I thought I should share what has been done with another preview build.
You can find the preview builds at http://maptool.craigs-stuff.net/test-builds/
(the source is in git hub of course).
Apart from the two MapTool zip files (osx + everything else) there are two files
MapToolWebAppTest.cmpgn (which is pretty much exactly as it sounds like)
webapp.zip (contains stuff I have been using for testing but dont want to check into source control).
This preview should fix the Java 8 problem with style sheets and HTML windows/panes.
But -- hopefully -- more exciting, it was pointed out to me that the Roll20 community contributed character sheets are all open source licensed (MIT),
so I have started down the path of getting those to work with MapTool (first with the webapi and then finally inside MapTool when there is a HTML5 window).
You can see the sheets at https://github.com/Roll20/roll20-character-sheets
Included in the webapp.zip is the kitchen sink example from the above git repository that -- somewhat -- works with the example campaign, just be sure
to modify the path in the campaign macro to point to where you unzip this.
At the moment it can only ready simple properties (no json or string lists yet) from the token and populate the sheet, updating the properties from the
sheet is not yet possible (one step at a time). You will probably notice that the sheets look different from Roll20 if you use Roll20 as I have yet to update
If anyone wants to have a go at making it look nicer with CSS I would welcome the help (but also with the stipulation of doing it from scratch not looking
what Roll20 produces).