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    I am completely lost on this double-click vs single-click.

    On the MAIN page of the character sheet for DND 5e, to roll any ABILITY or SAVING THROW I have to double-click. In the SKILLS tab, I have to double-click any skill to roll.

    If I am doing this incorrectly, as would be my table, and there is another way to roll these things that are based on a single-click, I would like to know what that is. Otherwise, my ACTIONS tab all require single-clicks for rolls, but the other tabs require double-clicks for rolls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tooting Dog View Post
    I am completely lost on this double-click vs single-click.

    On the MAIN page of the character sheet for DND 5e, to roll any ABILITY or SAVING THROW I have to double-click. In the SKILLS tab, I have to double-click any skill to roll.

    If I am doing this incorrectly, as would be my table, and there is another way to roll these things that are based on a single-click, I would like to know what that is. Otherwise, my ACTIONS tab all require single-clicks for rolls, but the other tabs require double-clicks for rolls.
    When you see a button, not a text field, it is single click. Text fields, like the skill total, are text fields and require double click. If they activated on a single click, people would trigger them when selecting them to edit the value.

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    Mister Entrails, I completely see your point. But it does not alleviate the problem players have with figuring out if they should single or double-click. I DM one game and am playing in two, and every session I see several rolls where someone double-clicked when they should not have. I've gotten into the habit of single-clicking something first, and if no die is rolled, I then double-click. Maybe everything should be a double-click when you wish for a die to roll?

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    I was only trying to answer your question.
    I too find it confusing. I also know Moon as said they are working on changing/clarifying the paradigm. I also tolerate the confusion because I understand other things are more important.

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