Adds the ability to drag an image onto Foundry to automatically create Tokens and Tiles (by cswendrowski)

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  • D&D Direct Announced for April 21
    1 project | | 14 Apr 2022
    Drag Upload module works for that.
  • I have a folder of images, what is the smartest/quickest way to turn that into a rollable table?
    1 project | | 22 Mar 2022
    Drag images into foundry: We're using this module because if we drag them into the Journal layer, they'll be created as journal entries automatically. This should save you a bunch of extra clicking, since (I think) you can drag them in en-mass.
  • Necessary/Useful Modules & current version update?
    106 projects | | 16 Feb 2022
    Drag Upload (Get Over Here!)
  • Module Drag upload doesn´t works
    1 project | | 15 Jan 2022
    Updated file on github [Link]
  • Drag and drop for images
    2 projects | | 31 Oct 2021
    It's not a native feature of Foundry, but check out the Drag Upload module!
  • Fast way to throw a series of images into a Journal Entry
    2 projects | | 28 Mar 2021
    No harm in giving it a shot, I suppose --- I implemented some of the drag & drop code from this module: by cswendrowski, which as far as I understand does work with the Forge and also drags files from the local filesystem. But I am not sure.
  • Potential covert from roll20 - mostly due to lag
    1 project | | 15 Mar 2021
    Not surprisingly, there's a mod for Foundry that replicates this with a lot more features:
  • Easily Add Tokens
    1 project | | 16 Jan 2021
    The page about this module says it doesn't work in Windows in Admin mode because of a security feature? What does that mean? Can I use it Windows at all?
  • Fastest / Best Map Making Software?
    1 project | | 28 Dec 2020
    A lot of good suggestions here, but none of them really covers the concept of replacing "quickly drawing on a dry erase battle mat". While I agree that Foundry's drawing tools are very limited, you can actually get pretty far by taking advantage of texture filling and assets. First; prep a handful of maps with the most important, simple backgrounds. Like one with grass, one with dungeon floors, one with snow, and so on. Then you prep a folder with basic textures, like rock, snow, water and such. Remove the borders of your drawing tool, and fill with texture. That way you can paint a pond or a rock in a couple of seconds. Same principle with walls. You should also have a folder with basic map assets, like trees, rocks and whatever. For extra quick deployment, use Foundry in a web browser, and combine it with the Drag Upload module. It takes a little bit of prep the first time, but as soon as you are comfortable with the method, you can draw maps almost as quickly as you used to do with a dry erase board, and they will look like much better representations of the terrain.


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