D&D Dice V-1.2
is a configurable die rolling application
suited to most role playing games. It has six
configurable dice that randomly roll when
tapped. The view to the left shows the
D&D Dice view over the top of my backdrop
Die Roller View Description
When you tap the centre of the
die roller view, the die randomly generates a number from 1
to the text value displayed in the centre. On each of the
four corners of the die are a set of controls. These are
animated die output is displayed below.
the diamod changes the die's base
value. Choosing Custom from the popup
takes the modifier value form the die.
corner displays the number of dice
rolled. See multiplier or +.
the + sums another roll.
the C clears the die output and
is the die modifier and is added to each roll.
To the right of the display
area is a set of extra control options. These options are
|Multiplier Input: A number entered here
will determine the number of dice to roll in
tap. Default is 1 and number is cleared after
|Multiplier Toggle: Prevents multiplier
input dialog from being cleared after each
tap. Also stops trash can animation when
|Buttons: The C clears all the dice.
The N creates character stats
for D&D characters, (best 3 of 4 rolls).
The i displays the about
|Close Box: The "x"
closes the application and saves the dice
values and modifiers for when you next run
Minimising D&D Dice
D&D Dice can be minimised
by tapping the circular button in the top left hand corner of
the display. The view will shrink to a small square with a
circular button within it. Tapping the circular button will
maximise the view again.
D&D Dice is written for all
Newton 2.x OS systems. Note that it has not been tested on
any MP2K devices. However, there should be no foreseeable
D&D Dice is free.
||9 April 99
- Dice type
and modifiers are saved.
check box to:
multiplier input line from clearing.
off delete animation effects for
and new player rolling.
button and control displays.
slipped my mind not to release this. Only fixed minor bug with modifier input
||13 June 1997
Messages to: Shane D. Hill (sdhengsoft
@ tpg . com . au)