A long since the last VASL lesson. This time I show how to customize the QC (quick counter?) Bar with all the counters you’d need, or create different bar configurations for different scenarios (infantry only, lots of vehicles, PTO, DTO, etc).
VASL advanced lesson 18. Learn how to use our tool to create a tidy scenario table for your VASL setups. No html, CSS, or programming knowledge needed! Just fill in the form and click the button to generate the html!
That’s right, in the upcoming version of VASL Templates you can now analyze your dice rolls to your heart’s content! Provided you record log files (.vlog). See Lesson 14 to learn how to do that.
Want to spruce up your VASL game by including vehicle and/or ordnance notes and/or descriptions? I’ve got your back. In this lesson I show you how to do just that … but be forewarned, it can be an arduous process to incorporate notes/details for all vehicles/ordnance! I recommend doing it piecemeal as needed if you plan on incorporating it into your VASL scenarios.
VASL advanced lesson 15a, where I show you how the upcoming release of VASL Templates connects with the aslscenarioarchive.com database to bring more info to your setups. This is an interlude to Lesson 15 showing the changes to the “Scenario Setup” block.
This is part 1 of a 3 part “VASL Templates” lesson series. This is a LONG lesson on how to do the basics with the “VASL Templates” program. But I’ve divided the lesson into parts with appropriate timestamps so you can jump directly to those sections.
Learn what logfiles are, how to start recording a logfile, and how to combine them. I also touch on a future topic…VASL dicebot stats!
I revisit this topic which was buried in a VASL 101 lesson and show you where to download and how to install VASL extensions.
Lesson 12 starts where I left off with VASL101 Lesson 11, except I start moving into advanced topics. Here I show you how to break your VASL playing area into independent windows to create more room for your map view.