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  • Submitted: Nov 27 2013 08:53 PM
  • Last Updated: Nov 27 2013 10:26 PM
  • File Size: 170.65KB
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  • Downloads: 487
  • Rules Version: HERO System 6th Edition
  • Output Format: RTF (Rich Text Format)

Download Hero Compact (RTF) v1.7

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HERO System 6th Edition



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The layout is a clean two column format with indenting and bolding for clarity. The Hero System logo is in the document, and nearly all character tags/information are included. Redundant information is avoided (e.g. STUN is listed only once).

Sections are by column. Usually you can condense a character to 2 pages just by rearranging sections.

The RTF in this format is only supported by MS Word, which is supported with the MS Word Viewer (http://www.microsoft...tails.aspx?id=4).

Other Notes
  • All skill levels put along side Combat Skill Levels
  • Encumbrance is only displayed if you have equipment
  • Equipment lists in a more "equipment like" format
  • Secondary STR produces Secondary ENC Table
  • If you have an image file the file size will be bloated if you just preview the character. Use Export to File to ensure the smallest file size possible.
  • Image should fit under background and must be a JPEG
Please feel free to send me comments or corrections.

Written by Shane Harsch (shane@tekhed.com)

What's New in Version v1.7 (See full changelog)

  • 30NOV2011 last update


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Excellent, clean, versatile format; thank you!

My only comment is, the Advantages and Limitations in the Powers only list (+) or (-). I suppose this is because this is a "Compact" export, but it is still quite maddening not not have. The Export format itself is handy, however, so Im giving it 4 stars.

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Narf the Mouse
Apr 28 2014 07:23 PM

The only downside I can find to this otherwise-excellent format is the reliance on a proprietary version of Word.

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Legendsmiths
Oct 04 2015 06:00 PM

Hey guys, I'm putting up a new format. Narf - I've worked really hard to make it work in  LibreOffice. The problem is that while there is an RTF standard, nobody uses the same version (1.0 - 1.9) and, on top of that, they don't use all of the features of whatever version they support. It was a big surprise to me that LO/OO has poor RTF support, and Apple (default viewer) is even worse. Sadly, in order to have the fancy features, MS is the most full featured. 

 

Thanks for the solid reviews. 

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Electroglyde
Feb 25 2017 10:42 PM

I've downloaded this and tried opening it with Word as well as Word Viewer and it's not showing as an rtf file but an .hde extension, which just shows me a bunch of code. Help?


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