Post by mproteau (Paper Realms) on Aug 25, 2015 16:53:29 GMT -9
So, I went to this site using IE: www.crowstuff.co.uk/trekminis/tng_male.htm I found that I couldn't drag anything onto the "make your miniature here" area. So, in IE I clicked the settings icon in the upper right corner (the little gear) and selected Compatibility View settings. In the dialog, I clicked Add to add "crowstuff.co.uk" to the list of websites to show in "Compatibility View". After I closed the dialog, the page refreshed. I could then drag and drop the people onto the "make your miniature here" area.
Female figures weren't dragging front and back together, so they're more work if you're hoping to have them 'line up'.
It would be a fun project (with permission) to pull the graphics out and make a layered PDF of the stuff.
Post by BlackCat13 on Sept 3, 2015 10:27:15 GMT -9
That would be cooler than a night on Neptune! Who do we need to beg for permission? I'll admit I have no idea how to do what you are talking about, but I love to run the old FASA Star Trek role playing game whenever I can find a group good enough to play it. Most players have a hard time with the chain of command in an extended campaign. People get irritated taking orders from their friends. Finding people who can really leave their issues inside the game at the gaming table is tough. Using miniatures really improves game play, especially in a game where LOS is so important. I am really happy that the recent flow of figures available has figures from all of the Star Trek eras. I am older and prefer to run and play with the original series. My son and his friends prefer the movie era and Voyager. I know others who prefer the Next Generation.
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