I would guess that you're not doing anything with those input fields once you hit save - you've got a place to enter the data, but you have to process it once it is saved. What you'll need to do is look at the macro CEHandler
, specifically the first section under:
(since I assume you're putting this information on the "Basics" page of the character editor) You will see a list of commands that show how to process the data put in the character sheet.
With your changes, when you hit "Save" on the character sheet, the JSON object sent to the CEHandler macro now includes a few more entries - one for each of the new fields you added. You'll have to pull those back out, and assign them to the token properties. So, for instance, the Alignment field would be stored in the JSON object (in the CEHandler macro, that object has the variable name info
) with the key name "cAlignment" and you'd fetch it out, and assign it to the Alignment property, with:
[h:Alignment = json.get(info, "cAlignment")]
and so on. Use the CEHandler macro as a guide.