Re: [nbos] [FM8] Maps as Web Pages, Was A raster map of a hemisphere
"Mark Oliva"
Fri Mar 26th, 2010
> From: Doyle West []

for table play it has dual monitor support.

So does FM8. See Page 109 of the manual-tutorial from NBOS. If running a
digital projector is all that you need, Screen Monkey isn't necessary.

get a projector (i've seen tiny HD projectors for 200 bucks new), find a
clear wall or hang a sheet, and away you go.

That's the solution I like best. I use an 80-inch/2m wide screen with a
digital projector. Using that together with FM8 and on-screen tokens when
there are encounters really makes a game run smoothly. There are no
misunderstandings about how the setting looks or what the positions of the
players' PCs and their opponents are.

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