So I used R20Converter and the Forge’s import wizard to bring in some of my Roll20 adventures as modules in my main world. I enabled the compendium modules, but unfortunately the original folder organization for things like actors, items, and journal entries are lost when using them this way.
In the original adventure modules, journal entries (for example) would have subfolders organizing them by chapter, etc. If I import them from the compendium version of the module I created for Forge, that folder structure is lost despite journal entries still being organized by the original folder structure inside of my assets library for Forge.
However, if I import the exported adventures as worlds in Forge, then the folder structure of the adventure is retained. But I’m piecing together several of those Roll20 adventures as modules in my main world so that’s why I thought importing them as modules (versus having individual worlds) would be the better way to go.
How do I get all that precious folder organization back when using exported modules as compendiums? The Compendium Folders module from the Bazaar cannot fix this unfortunately.
Thank you for your help