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 Post subject: Re: Function to make prettier forms
PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2012 12:41 pm 
This is for you wolph42, in gratitude for all your work with maptool.


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 Post subject: Re: Function to make prettier forms
PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2012 12:55 pm 
Cool thanks!

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 Post subject: Re: Function to make prettier forms
PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 12:38 am 
Now this is the sort of eyecandy that Maptool needs to spice up the interface! Your frames are very nice looking to. I like your style.

If you are in the mood to make some more, I'd like to see some sort of industrial (grungy/grimy/rusted metal) looking frames. Maybe even some that look like stone or rock to give a "dungeon" feel. :D

*edit* I loaded the lib and table files and ran the oncampaignload macro, but I get the message:
Code:
« defineFunction( "frameOpen", "frameOpen@lib:frames",0) = Invalid expression: defineFunction( "frameOpen", "frameOpen@lib:frames",0) . » « defineFunction( "frameClose", "frameClose@lib:frames",0) = Invalid expression: defineFunction( "frameClose", "frameClose@lib:frames",0) . »


I'm not good at writing macros, so I'm not sure what this means or if I'm doing something wrong.


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 Post subject: Re: Function to make prettier forms
PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 2:36 pm 
Oryan77 wrote:
If you are in the mood to make some more, I'd like to see some sort of industrial (grungy/grimy/rusted metal) looking frames. Maybe even some that look like stone or rock to give a "dungeon" feel.

If you have some images or textures in the style you want for the new frames, sends it to me, this is very useful for me at the time to "design" the frame.

Oryan77 wrote:
I'm not good at writing macros, so I'm not sure what this means or if I'm doing something wrong.

You are doing all well, this is an old malfunction of the macro onCampaignLoad. This happens to me as well, and i dont know why.
The function onCampaignLoad runs automatically when you start a campaign. Load the lib, and the table, save the campaign, close it and reopen it. Try to use the function, probabily works now. If not, maybe somebody of the more experimented users could help you.

Sorry for my english, I'm not anglophone and i'm sure that there are a lot of grammar errors in my text.


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 Post subject: Re: Function to make prettier forms
PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 5:12 pm 
Nildik wrote:
If you have some images or textures in the style you want for the new frames, sends it to me, this is very useful for me at the time to "design" the frame.

I was thinking like a frame that appears chipped or cracked, but still have a fancy border (with designs) similar to what you already created. It would just look like an old and damaged frame.

I thought a stone type of texture and a scratched & rusted metal texture similar to these textures would look good:
http://www.hybridlava.com/free-stuff/75 ... ckgrounds/

And not to pimp my own website, but it has a similar style to what I'm trying to describe to you:
www.rpglocker.com

Nildik wrote:
You are doing all well, this is an old malfunction of the macro onCampaignLoad. This happens to me as well, and i dont know why.
The function onCampaignLoad runs automatically when you start a campaign. Load the lib, and the table, save the campaign, close it and reopen it. Try to use the function, probabily works now. If not, maybe somebody of the more experimented users could help you.

Sorry for my english, I'm not anglophone and i'm sure that there are a lot of grammar errors in my text.


That worked. Thanks, and don't worry about your english. It is much better than I would do if I tried to speak your native language. You have nothing to worry about. :P


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 Post subject: Re: Function to make prettier forms
PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 11:04 am 
@Nildik. I've started using your drop-in and I immediately missed an overview function, so I created one:
Code:
[frame ("Show Case"):{
        <
html>
            <
table><tr><td>
                [
count(13), CODE:{
                    [
RframeOpen(roll.count,"Frame Title "+roll.count,"WHITE")]
                        <
font color=white>this is text in frame [r:roll.count]<br></font>
                        <
font color=black>this is text in frame [r:roll.count]<br></font>
                    [
RframeClose(roll.count)]
                    [
h:counter = (roll.count+1)/3]
                    [
r:if(floor(counter)==counter"</td></tr><tr><td>","</td><td>")]
                }]
            </
td></tr></table>
        </
html>
}]
 

Maybe you want to add this to your drop-in.
Also I noticed that you uploaded a newer version some posts up. Its customary here to update the original post with the latest versions. So you might want to do that.

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 Post subject: Re: Function to make prettier forms
PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2012 6:33 am 
and you had a bug in both open/close frame macros, here another update (also rewrote a bit so its faster):

Code:
[h:'<!-- --------------------------------------------- frameOpen by Nildik ----------------------------------------------------- -->']

[
h:numArgs    = argCount()]
[
h,if(numArgs>0):    ind        = arg(0)    ; ind        = 1] 
[h, if(numArgs>1):    titulo    = arg(1)    ; titulo    = ""] 
[h, if(numArgs>2):    color    = arg(2)    ; color        = "black"]
[
h,count(5):        set(  "fondo"+roll.count , tableImage("frames",ind * 10 + roll.count + 1)  )]

[
h:output    = "
    <table border='0'  cellspacing='0' cellpadding='0'  width='100%'  align='center'>
        <tr>
            <td "
 + table("frames", ind*10+1) + " background=" + fondo0 + " style='font-size:1px'>
            </td>
            <td  background = "
+fondo1+" style='font-size:1px'>
            "
+ if(titulo=="" , "</td>", "<h3 align=center><font color=" + color + ">" + titulo + "</font></H3></td>") +"
            <td  "
+table("frames", ind*10+3)+" background=" + fondo2 + " style='font-size:1px'>
            </td>
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td background="
 + fondo3 + " style='font-size:1px'>
            </td>
            <td background="
 + fondo4 + ">
"
]

[
r:output]


[
h:'<!-- --------------------------------------------- frameClose by Nildik ----------------------------------------------------- -->']
[
h: numArgs    = argCount()]
[
h, if(numArgs>0):    ind    = arg(0)    ; ind    = 1]
[
h, count(4):        set(  "fondo"+(roll.count + 5) , tableImage("frames",ind * 10 + roll.count + 6)  )]

[
h:output    = "
            </td>
            <td style='background-image: url("
 + fondo5 + "); background-repeat: repeat; font-size:1px'>
            </td>
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td "
 + table("frames", ind*10+7) + " background=" + fondo6 + " style='font-size:1px'>
            </td>
            <td  background="
 + fondo7 + if(ind==0," style='padding-bottom: 10px; font-size:1px''>
                <input type='text' size=30>
            </td>"
, " style='font-size:1px'></td>") + "
            <td background="
 + fondo8 + " style='font-size:1px'>
            </td>
        </tr>
    </table>
"
]

[
r:output] 

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 Post subject: Re: Function to make prettier forms
PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 12:41 am 
Nice work Nildik!

I certainly plan on using this. My framework is functional, but also pretty ugly.

As Wolph mentioned, it's customary around here to always have the most updated version of your mod in the top post so people don't have to search throughout a thread to get the latest. Speaking for myself, I'm going to wait to see if you incorporate Wolph's additions/fixes before I start using it in earnest.


Thanks for the extra frames, too. Good stuff.

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 Post subject: Re: Function to make prettier forms
PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 3:09 am 
Full Bleed wrote:
Nice work Nildik!

I certainly plan on using this. My framework is functional, but also pretty ugly.

As Wolph mentioned, it's customary around here to always have the most updated version of your mod in the top post so people don't have to search throughout a thread to get the latest. Speaking for myself, I'm going to wait to see if you incorporate Wolph's additions/fixes before I start using it in earnest.


Thanks for the extra frames, too. Good stuff.


Here you go:
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I've also moved the lot onto a new token as I kept keeping the 'undefined function error' OCL. I've tested this one and it seems to work.

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 Post subject: Re: Function to make prettier forms
PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 3:36 pm 
wolph42 wrote:
Here you go:


Thanks.

Can you show some sample code of this in action? I was converting a dialog to a frame and I'm obviously not using this as intended.

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 Post subject: Re: Function to make prettier forms
PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 12:40 am 
Can someone show some sample code of this thing in action?

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 Post subject: Re: Function to make prettier forms
PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 3:55 am 
This is just the start of a conversion but it displays properly with all of my variables and properties.

Code:
[h: tokenDudeID = macro.args]
[h:myGear = mlf.Gear]
[h:myGearList = json.fields(myGear)]
[h:gearTblSection=""]
[h,foreach(gearItem, myGearList),CODE:
{
  [det = json.get(myGear, gearItem)]
  [gearTblSection = strformat("%s%dx %s<br>", gearTblSection, json.get(det,"qty"), gearItem)]
}]
<body bgcolor='white'>



[frame("Character Sheet"):
{
  <html>
  [R: frameOpen(2,"Character Sheet","WHITE")]
 
  <table border=0 width='100%'>
 <tr>
[r:MacroLink("Main", "Main@Lib:AD&D", "none", "",tokenDudeID)]
[r:MacroLink("Spells", "Spells@Lib:AD&D", "none", "",tokenDudeID)]
[r:MacroLink("Gear", "Gear@Lib:AD&D", "none", "",tokenDudeID)]
</tr>
<tr>
<td colspan='4' align="center" ><img src='[r:getTokenImage()]'></img></td>
</tr>

  <tr bgcolor='#000000' color='white'>
  <td colspan='2'><b>[r:getName()]</b></td>
  <td colspan='2'><b>Level [R:mlf.Level] [r:mlf.Race] [r:mlf.Class]</b></td>
  </tr>
<tr bgcolor='#cccccc'>
<td  colspan='2'><b>Alignment</b>: [r:mlf.Alignment]</td>

  </tr>
  <tr bgcolor='#eeeeee'>
  <td><b>[r:MacroLink("HP/MaxHP:", "mlf.HPAdjust@Lib:AD&D", "all", "",tokenDudeID)]</b> [r:mlf.HP] / [r:mlf.HPMAX]</td>
  <td><b>[r:MacroLink("XP:", "mlf.XPAdjust@Lib:AD&D", "all", "",tokenDudeID)]</b> [r:mlf.XP]</td>
  <td><b>[r:MacroLink("AC:", "mlf.ACAdjust@Lib:AD&D", "all", "",tokenDudeID)]</b> [r:mlf.ArmorClass]</td>
  <td><b>[r:MacroLink("Level:", "mlf.LevelAdjust@Lib:AD&D", "all", tokenDudeID,tokenDudeID)]</b> [r:mlf.Level]</td>
  </tr>
<tr bgcolor='#cccccc'>
<td><b>[r:MacroLink("STR", "mlf.STRCheck@Lib:AD&D", "all", "",tokenDudeID)]</b>:[r:mlf.Strength]</td>
<td><b>[r:MacroLink("CON", "mlf.CONCheck@Lib:AD&D", "all", "",tokenDudeID)]</b>:[r:mlf.Constitution]</td>
<td><b>[r:MacroLink("DEX", "mlf.DEXCheck@Lib:AD&D", "all", "",tokenDudeID)]</b>:[r:mlf.Dexterity]</td>
<td>[MacroLink("edit","mlf.editCharacter@Lib:AD&D", "", tokenDudeID,tokenDudeID)]</td>
  </tr>
<tr bgcolor='#eeeeee'>
<td><b>[r:MacroLink("INT", "mlf.INTCheck@Lib:AD&D", "all", "",tokenDudeID)]</b>:[r:mlf.Intelligence]</td>
<td><b>[r:MacroLink("CHA", "mlf.CHACheck@Lib:AD&D", "all", "",tokenDudeID)]</b>:[r:mlf.Charisma]</td>
<td><b>[r:MacroLink("WIS", "mlf.WISCheck@Lib:AD&D", "all", "",tokenDudeID)]</b>:[r:mlf.Wisdom]</td>
  </tr>

  <tr bgcolor='#cccccc'>
   <td><b>THACO</b>: [r:mlf.THAC0]</td>

  </tr>
  <tr bgcolor='#eeeeee'>
  <td valign='top' colspan='4'>
  <b>Spell Book</b>: <br>
  [h:SpellList = json.fields(mlf.SpellBook,"json" )]
  [r:  json.toList(SpellList)]

  </td>
</tr>
  <tr bgcolor='#cccccc'>
  <td valign='top' colspan='4'>
  <b>Memorised</b>:<br>
  [h:SpellMem = json.fields(mlf.SpellsMemorised,"json" )]
  [r:  json.toList(SpellMem)]
</td> 
</tr>
  <tr>
  <td valign='top' colspan='2'>
  <b>Armor</b>:
  [r:mlf.EquipedArmor]
  [r:if(mlf.EquippedShield==1," & Shield","")]
  </td>
  <td valign='top' colspan='2'>
  <b>Weapons M / R</b>:
  [r: json.get(EquipedWeapon,"ItemName")] /  [r:mlf.EquippedRanged]
  </td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td valign='top' colspan='4' bgcolor='#dcdcdc'><b>Additional Gear</b></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td colspan='4' bgcolor='#dcdcdc'>
[r:gearTblSection]
</td>
</tr>
</table>
</body>
[R: frameClose(2)]
</html>
}]


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 Post subject: Re: Function to make prettier forms
PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 7:26 am 
Here's an update with the original examples by nildik


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 2:37 am 
Those examples helped a lot. Thanks.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 10, 2013 4:02 pm 
Can someone help me properly setup a macro for using these frames?

I'm trying to set up an example gallery of these frames similar to how Wolph42 has a "Show Case" window displaying via his "frameOverview" macro located on the latest .rptok file he uploaded here.

I'm not sure how he did that, so I was trying to do it the way the original "Example" macro is done in this same token. The reason I did not simply use his macro is because I preferred to have them displayed differently with different text. Here is the code I wrote:

Code:
[frame ("Show Case"): {
   <html>

   [R: frameOpen(1,"EXAMPLES OF FRAMES (this is the frame number 1)","WHITE")]
<font color=white>Use of function frames: You can enclose everything in a form into a nice frame like this. Write: frameOpen(number).... your form.... frameClose(same number)<br><br>
<table><tr>
<td width=25%>
[R: frameOpen(0,"Example","white")]
(frame 0)<br><br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
[R: frameClose(0)]

</td><td width=25%>
[R: frameOpen(1)]
(frame 1)
<H2>Example</H2>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
[R: frameClose(1)].

</td><td width=25%>
[R: frameOpen(2)]
(frame 2)
<H2>Example</H2>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
[R: frameClose(2)].

</td><td width=25%>
[R: frameOpen(3)]
(frame 3)
<H2>Example</H2>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
[R: frameClose(3)].

</td><td width=25%>
[R: frameOpen(4)]
(frame 4)
<H2>Example</H2>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
[R: frameClose(4)]

</td><td width=25%>
[R: frameOpen(5)]
(frame 5)
<H2>Example</H2>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
[R: frameClose(5)]

<p>

</td><td width=25%>
[R: frameOpen(6)]
(frame 6)
<H2>Example</H2>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
[R: frameClose(6)]

</td><td width=25%>
[R: frameOpen(7)]
(frame 7)
<H2>Example</H2>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
[R: frameClose(7)]

</td><td width=25%>
[R: frameOpen(8)]
(frame 8)
<H2>Example</H2>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
[R: frameClose(8)]

</td><td width=25%>
[R: frameOpen(10)]
(frame 10)
<H2>Example</H2>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
[R: frameClose(10)]

</td><td width=25%>
[R: frameOpen(11)]
(frame 11)
<H2>Example</H2>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
TEXT<br>
[R: frameClose(11)]

</td></tr></table>
   
   [R: frameClose(1)]

   </html>
}]


I can't figure out how to space the frames apart in a nice layout and so that none of the sides get cut off. I also can't figure out how to display some of the frames below others so the window is not so long horizontally. Here is what I end up with:

Attachment:
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