Sorry for the bad news, but hopefully Apple will approve the fix quickly.
If you attempt to rate a food already added to your meal (by tap-and-hold-ing on a food in the upper green portion of the meal detail screen) when NO meals are listed below (in the white portion, for example if a search or sort/filter means no other foods are shown), the app will crash.
The work-around is simple:
Just make sure to clear out any search, or change any sort, such that meals are shown in the lower (white) section before rating foods that are already part of the meal you are modifying.
Again, sorry for the issue. The fix is submitted and should be coming soon! (hopefully in 1-2 weeks)
Are you a hardcore 5th edition fan? I mean, really, both D&D 5th Ed. AND Shadowrun 5th Ed?
If so, this bundle is for you!
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This should fix the various iOS8 bugs. Update!
If you see any issues, please let me know right away.
Sorry about that – version 2.6 didn’t quite get all the issues. I think I’ve tracked them down now, and version 2.7 (in review now, and hopefully out before too long) should take care of things.
Next Pass has been updated to version 2.6, which includes support for iOS 8. If you are seeing any crashes, make sure you have the latest version. Something may be up in the App Store where it is not putting Next Pass on your updates list, but if you search for the app you can download the latest version.
In the session last weekend (Lost Mines of Phandelver, Parts I and II), I really focused in on the inspiration mechanic more that I had in the past. I was running a one shot (which, by request, will now be a two-parter — we all had a ton of fun!) for a regular group I’m in that does NOT regularly play D&D. Almost everyone had played at some point in the past, but like many, had drifted from the game.
I thought it would be fun to help re-kindle some of those memories by passing out copies of my old AD&D books as the a token that represented the character’s inspiration point. I had some hesitation, worried that it might distract from the game as the players flipped through the books. It turned out the problems that cropped up were perhaps more severe, but very different from what I anticipated.
What I found was that because of the sheer size of the books, the players were putting them aside to keep out of the way during the game. As a result, they, and I, lost track of who had or had not earned inspiration. I found myself REALLY wanting to know at a few points during the session, and unable to tell at a glance.
In our group, we typically put up those cheap plastic 8″x5″ plastic photo stands with a character portrait and name. Going forward, I’m going to make sure that I hand out (and collect back) something bright and visible that can be tucked into that stand. Then we can all see who is inspired!
(BTW, I did get all my AD&D books back. I double-checked)