Shame - one less feat space and a bit less class feature space on 2.01! I insist that my players pick feats but we have no single class fighters yet. Most of the pcs have 3-4 feats at level 13 so we will run out of space darn it!Thank you for your feedback!
Human fighters that only take feats are the exception to the rule, fortunately. Most characters won't take that many feats, and designing for the exception will always leave a lot of unused space for most characters IMHO.
I agree that a sheet with room for more documentation of your character/familiar/mount/cohort could be a useful addition. Unfortunately, I didn't design this sheet, I just added the form-fillable elements (and made some minor changes). So I don't have the original documents to simply make some more in the same style and thus would have to start from scratch. If you have a good lay-out in mind I would be willing to give it a go and brighten your lay-out with the style elements of this sheet (so with lay-out I just mean an example of how much room everything should take up, where it should go, what information should and shouldn't be part of it, etc.).
The things I think would be good supplements (just spit-balling):
- Stat block and stuff for 1 familiar/mount/cohort/animal companion
- Rewards section with description of (the functionality) of magic items and other rewards (boons/charms/blessings)
- Background story section (more room to expand on story and not just background traits/features)
- Spill over space for equipment
- Place to record level of fatigue (and what that level entails)
- Summary of what the different conditions entail
- Lots of space for notes (campaign journal/notes etc.)
I did try the "Fit" which does 'fit' the page to the default 'letter' size (8.5x11), but the sheet then gets a 1" border around the entire sheet. This isn't 'bad' per-say but I had just hopped to get it all the way to the edge or at least maybe '.5' or closer to the edge of the sheet.@Chadster: Thank you for your praise! I was thinking about making a button that hides all the auto-calculated fields. I'll implement that when I have time.
Concerning the margins. I don't think that is due to the sheet, but because of your choices when printing. You can select either "fit" or "full size" (or something similar, I don't have English Acrobat). The margins are also very dependent on your printer and its settings. Not all printers are able to print marginless, and even if they are this is almost always a separate setting you have to choose.
I'm happy to announce that v2.1 now has a button to hide all auto-filled fieldsI did hope to find a version that wasn't autofill as I'd like to print them out and have the players use the base sheet to make their characters and after that I'd input the information into the sheet.
Don't worry about the greyed out margins in 'page setup', these setting are not for these kind of documents.When I tell it to do 'Full Size' it then cuts out the edges of the sheet which could be that all 3 of the printers I used don't allow it. It's done it for other 'PDF' files so I wanted to ask you to see if this was something you could modify. When I go to the "Page Setup" at the bottom right the margins are all grayed out. I'm not the PDF guru so I figured I should ask you and see if there was a flag that allowed us to modify said margins.