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Just got an email from DriveThruCards that announces an update to the Card Creator. You can now manage cards you've created. You can change a card (you created) from public to private or from private to public. You can delete cards you created in error or have updated. You can edit your cards! And you can repurchase Private cards!
So happy! I can edit my MyFly barriers and make them even more annoying.
(If you go under Account at the top and scroll down to My Content, you'll see the option.)
Cool, I was just thinking I had a few custom cards I'd like to make for my next play-through. A question about private vs. public, though. Can private cards use non-public domain art? Or do all created cards have to adhere to the same standards. I've got a great image from the Paizo blog for a character, but the cohort would require a bit of photo manipulation, and I want to make sure I'm adhering to the community use policy, as well as DTC's rules.
|Steve Wieck CEO, DriveThru|
Note that the edit function to edit previous cards tries to lay card data into the existing creator structure, which means that if your card was created some time ago and we've updated the card creator since then, you will be asking the editor to put a square peg in a round hole and may find you need to edit the card substantially to get it back into shape.
Also older cards may not have their images preview on the new manage cards page.
Terrier: We can't condone using just any art even on private cards. Paizo does allow art from its blogs to be used on cards.