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    Default Need advice on DM wall of text on screen

    Where is option to remove it?
    I can't find it in options and it's annoying to have wall of text onscreen in some quests, especially since it also appears in chat box + DM voice tells it so it completely redundant.

    If there is option to remove it, please tell me.

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    The little 'eye' icon in the corner of the box will toggle the appearance of this, try clicking on it till it appears as unobtrusive as possible for you, and you can move it around and reshape it to your like as well.

    Hope that helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pSINNa View Post
    The little 'eye' icon in the corner of the box will toggle the appearance of this, try clicking on it till it appears as unobtrusive as possible for you, and you can move it around and reshape it to your like as well.

    Hope that helps.

    Coit out
    I'm not talking about quest objectives.

    I'm talking about wall of text that appears on center of screen when DM "talks", big, yellow, wall of text that also appears in chat box (so it's really redundant).



    In above SS it's just 2 lines and not obtrusive, but in many cases it's wall of text that covers large part of screen.

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    Oh yeah, if there is a way to turn this off I would love it.

    When you get near the central ziggeraut in Schzin for instance.
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    However, some people, by blaming others for their own bad behavior, develop a thought pattern that allows them to override self-control in order to achieve a selfish end.
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