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Change macro edit font?

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Is there a way to change the font in the macro editor to a monospaced font?

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Re: Change macro edit font?

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As far as I know, No, you can not. At least, not within the MapTool Interface, which means changes would have to be made 'under-the-hood'. Hopefully, one of the devs will be able to respond to that.

In the meantime, many folks write their macro code in their preferred text editor: a search of the forums will reveal a few files for syntax highliting for a few popular (Windows) text editors (or use syntax highliting for HTML or PHP for reasonable approximations). You can just copy/paste such code in the Macro editing window in MapTool to apply the changes.

One of the forum regulars (I think AliasMask) also has a nifty tool for batch Import and Export of Macro code from tokens (I think it's called 'MacroIO') To help facilitate this process.
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Re: Change macro edit font?

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biodude wrote:One of the forum regulars (I think AliasMask) also has a nifty tool for batch Import and Export of Macro code from tokens (I think it's called 'MacroIO') To help facilitate this process.

MicroIO has also been incorporated into my Token Manager resource.

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