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 Post subject: How do i change portrait size? Preferences not working.
PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2016 3:01 am 
New maptool user here.

I'm using maptool 1.4.0.5.

I created an information token in the hidden layer. I went to token>edit>config>portrait and added an image in the library.

When i go to the token layer and left click on the token, i get a popup of the portait image in the lower left side of the screen. Its way too small.

How do i change this? the preferences option "statsheet portrait size" has no effect. Using a library image of a different size has no effect. I am stumped.


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 Post subject: Re: How do i change portrait size? Preferences not working.
PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2016 5:23 am 
The portrait that shows up in the popup for an object with an image in the portrait slot is always 200x200. You can use html in the notes to show a bigger image, but the portrait image will still show if you have one. You also can't use macros in the notes so you have to know the image asset. You could write a macro that writes to the notes to get around that.

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