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 Post subject: Re: RPG Virtual Tabletop
PostPosted: Sun Nov 06, 2011 3:41 am 
Hey there, great site--lots of good information there. Also, thanks for linking to my (D20 Cartographer) products on your "maps" section! I really appreciate.


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 Post subject: Re: RPG Virtual Tabletop
PostPosted: Sat Nov 19, 2011 2:11 pm 
Visiting the site for the first time, I clicked on the top navigation link to "http://rpgvirtualtabletop.wikidot.com/the-vts"

I noticed that there is still some inconsistency in the "OS" column. For Example:
kLoOge.Werks is "OS Independent, written in Java"
MapTool is "MapTool is a Java-based program. You need to have a computer system that has Java 1.6 or later installed to run MapTool"

They are the same thing - "OS Independent, Written in Java, you need Java 1.x or later installed to run this program".


I also spotted for iTabletop the description is lacking as the program must run in a browser that has Microsoft Silverlight installed.

*cheers*

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