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Subject: Using an online "wiki" of sorts to test rss

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Max Jamelli
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I'm trying to come up with something online - similar to Cyberboard - to track movements on a player mat for online testing. I have cards on ACTS, but I need something to track a few minor graphical things. I would need something that is editable by all players and viewable by all players.

I checked Cyberboard - it appears you need some coding knowledge. I have very limited coding ability.

Any ideas?
 
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Derek H
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Why not a Google Doc - or a Google Drawing? - those are editable simultaneously and you can annotate etc. to your heart's content.
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gamesbook wrote:
Why not a Google Doc - or a Google Drawing? - those are editable simultaneously and you can annotate etc. to your heart's content.


Google Doc would be cool. I'm actually using wikispaces -- set it up with tables and it "should" work for what we're doing.
 
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