You can also include Markdown formatting in the values you pass to Roll Templates and it should work fine. To do so you can simply put it into double square-brackets like those "5-?To turn off your chat display for all others, including the GM and the chat archive recording, use to disable.Note: the /talktomyself command and what you want to say must be on different lines and you cannot use it in the same macro as what you want to keep hidden.Each line will be individually interpreted allowing you to send multiple styles of chat together, preventing them from being split in the chat by other player's messages.command into the text chat box, followed by a formula.Emotes are formatted as center aligned, bold, italicized and set in an orange font and highlight.Example: and whatever you wish to say out of character. "Riley D.") rather than the Character you have selected in the "Speaking As" drop-down (e.g. Example: If you put a back-tick ` at the beginning of a command, it will not parse anything about it (inline rolls, variables, etc.) Instead it will just output your text directly.".
For example writing a macro for subtracting a miscellaneous number from your strength, while your strength is 5 would look like this: /me is flexing her muscles which is very impressive since her strength is 5-?
If "Enable chat avatars" is checked off in the Settings Tab on the sidebar, mini avatar icons will display to the left of chat entries.
We don't support the entire breadth of everything Markdown can do (like headers), but rather just basic formatting.
Here's a quick rundown: Note: Including an image is just putting in a link to an image.
In Roll20, you would just type where N is the number of dice to roll, X is the number of sides of the dice, and m is the (optional) modifier, which can also be negative.
After the roll is performed, you'll see the results of the roll in the text chat area.
Sending a basic chat message is easy: just type your message into the chat input area and press "Enter".