Wynter's Paladin Supplement

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Re: Wynter's Paladin Supplement

Post Sun Mar 11, 2012 12:11 am

Just the doc part... As for why Open Office, my guess is because it fits with what BFRPG is all about, open and free!

I'm not sure about Libre but open office does allow you to only install parts of it.
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Re: Wynter's Paladin Supplement

Post Sun Mar 11, 2012 7:33 am

I already have the soutane regular and black fonts. You can email them to me at w.sturtevant@yahoo.com
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Re: Wynter's Paladin Supplement

Post Sun Mar 11, 2012 5:58 pm

dymondy2k wrote:Just the doc part... As for why Open Office, my guess is because it fits with what BFRPG is all about, open and free!

I'm not sure about Libre but open office does allow you to only install parts of it.
But I'd recommend installing the whole thing. I don't think it really loses much "weight" if you limit what installs.
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Re: Wynter's Paladin Supplement

Post Sun Mar 11, 2012 7:37 pm

When I opened up my own Paladin file on writer, I was embarrassed that I tried to publish it. I will try to fix it but right now I have to seperate what I want as word files and ones I want for writer. I wonder why this happened.....
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Re: Wynter's Paladin Supplement

Post Sun Mar 11, 2012 7:56 pm

Here is a better formatting but I haven't edited the material. Haven't used Open/Libre yet, but will consider it.
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Re: Wynter's Paladin Supplement

Post Mon Mar 12, 2012 8:06 am

OOo Writer opens Word documents "fine" where "fine" means the content is all there. Unfortunately, anything resembling fine formatting detail is lost, and flow disintegrates. This is why I refuse to accept Word documents in most cases... because I don't want to mess with fixing someone else's formatting if I can avoid it.

So while I'm not telling you I won't publish your work, I am saying that I won't publish is as a Word document.
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Re: Wynter's Paladin Supplement

Post Mon Mar 12, 2012 9:36 am

I see
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Re: Wynter's Paladin Supplement

Post Mon Mar 26, 2012 12:40 pm

Here is edited version on Paladin Release 1.
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Re: Wynter's Paladin Supplement

Post Mon Mar 26, 2012 1:22 pm

I think you would have an easier time with the formatting of your material if you downloaded one of the other existing supplements and replacing the text with your own material, rather than trying to emulate the formatting from scratch. That's how I get supplements started, always from another document used as a template.
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Re: Wynter's Paladin Supplement

Post Mon Mar 26, 2012 2:44 pm

SmootRK wrote:I think you would have an easier time with the formatting of your material if you downloaded one of the other existing supplements and replacing the text with your own material, rather than trying to emulate the formatting from scratch. That's how I get supplements started, always from another document used as a template.

What Smoot said.. Its how I wrote my first adventure submissions..
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