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Pathfinder’s digital support is beyond great because Paizo has no choice in the matter. I think they wisely saw that this group of people were big fans, but not necessarily competent app developers, and created a cautious deal in which they had nothing to lose, and the developers had everything to gain. If anything, they made the tough call, pulling the plug on this thing before it could disappoint paying customers.
What makes you think there was a problem with the program itself? Every dungeonsdape in a while, i receive an email that has me scratching my head a bit, such as this one.
If the idea that Wizards might want to sell the software to the majority of potential customers non-apple tablet using ones was a huge surprise, then that’s mostly on Ocg plate, but I do find the idea of professional app programmers having built their software in a non-portable way odd, to say the least.
Pick the format you want the final document to be converted to from the dropdown menu. Functional first, pretty second. Posted about this earlier: The only products they should create are ones that me and my friends will use, personally, in our games. Orcs prefer wearing vivid colors that many humans would consider unpleasant, such as blood red.
Feel free to upload a file dungelnscape well extract your text immediately and give you a word count. I’d kill for some searchable pdfs Some corporate accountant type who doesn’t know anything about software, publishing, or gaming micromanaged the crap out of the project.
I’m sure Wizards saw them and were pretty skeptical of what they could do. The first reason the deal ended is obviously the atrocious app.
Memes and images in their respective weekly threads are exempt from this rule as well. Docparser adds ocr and pdf data extraction to microsoft. There’s a mobile app called d20 fight club that’s pretty inexpensive, and works a TON better than what oxr team was able to come up with. You just have to look at all their previous attempts at electronic tools to see it. Digital tools done right can only enhance immersion.
At least there can be some solace in the fact that it wasn’t turning out well, anyway. Although Wizard’s would have no control over it, except the power to kill it.
To be fair, scanning each individual page and relying on ocr is both a lot more effort and a lot less quality than copypasting an official pdf. Bulk scanned pdf files to searchable pdf files, batch. Because fuck those people who don’t own an iPad!
Yeah, i don’t get it. Ocr stands for optical character recognition, and can be explained as the mechanical or electronic translation of images of text handwritten, typewritten or printed into machineeditable text.
Well obviously we see now that Wizards made the right decision in not investing heavily in them. Ocr optical character recognition nuance software store.
They have a bigger budget to implement the plan, a bigger market to benefit from every time it works and a bigger safety net every time it fails. I mean, it’s a significant loss; everyone was expecting a cool, working digital tool for 5e and now it’s being completely wiped out. Due to copyright restrictions, the only information that has been automatically placed in the app is from the freely available. I don’t really know, but I have the feeling this is a fear that Wizards might have, that by trying to be helpful and provide a nice service for their customers, they could be putting nails in their own coffin.
Once you have it going, it’s absolutely seamless – they really should just hand that guy the oc for dungfonscape mobile devices. That wouldn’t be a good thing at all. This limit is a limit on a per-site basis, not a per user basis.
I think wizards needed to smarten the fuck up and get the iOS version on the market to start generating cash flow. Have you used the app?