Posted: Sun Jan 10, 2010 8:52 pm
Techgy wrote:The classes that had the problem were 3 or 4 that were considered "non standard". A suggestion for this problem would be to permit adjustments to the class rules for these "non official" classes. That would have permitted us to fix the problem. All the standard SS classes were correct.
Although it would indeed be helpful to be able to change class rules after the class is created, you can avoid these problems by setting up rules as you create the class, as described in the wiki article under Specialty classes.