Polymatic (formerly DiceX) is a Cocoa dice-roller for Mac OS X Leopard. It features optional dropping of rolls; "per die" and "per pool" modifiers for bonus, penalty, and multiplier; a log to maintain track of your previous rolls; optional rerolling below and/or above certain values; and a button to configure for basic percentile rolling. The program also features the concept of grouping a roll of the dice into pools, and then grouping those pools into, well, "groups," which allows for great flexibility when configuring a roll. If you see anything missing or malfunctional, please do let me know, as I gladly accept feature requests and bug reports.
What's new in Polymatic
Polymatic is now open-source.
Added constraints upon the split views in the log window.
Added a preference to enable or disable the warning upon resetting the memory slots.
Introduced a new icon.
The behavior of the memory slots has been tweaked slightly.
Addressed an issue that prevented the log window from loading.
Introduced a new preferences window. There is now an option to show the log window at startup, and another option to disable the warning upon attempting to clear the log entries.
Addressed an issue that prevented the list of default sides per die and dice per pool from appearing properly.
Made some major changes internally.
Addressed some preferences issues.
Performed some internal maintenance on many aspects of the program, including the roll system, the preferences system, and the log system.
Cleaned up the project hierarchy by removing one or two unnecessary, unused, or behind-the-scenes files, including one from the preferences infrastructure.
Added "memory slots" for saving and reloading of settings.
Various improvements and bug fixes.
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