These settings are tied to your account across all DMHub games. You can access this panel from the main menu screen by clicking Settings, or from within the game by clicking on the gear icon at the top horizontal panel.
Upon opening this dialog, there are multiple tabs that control different aspects of the program.
The name that will appear to you and others in-game.
The color of your display name and other player-specific functions.
(CURRENTLY UNUSED) This is a planned feature.
The base color of your dice.
The master volume control for ALL audio.
Enables debugging and other useful features for modders.
Centers the camera on your token when it moves.
Toggles fullscreen or windowed mode.
Allows moving the camera by dragging the mouse at the edge of the camera bounds.
Sets your preferred system of measurement.
Sets the universal language of DMHub. Whenever a UI element is compatible with the set language, that text will be displayed.
Allows you to switch to different branches or versions of DMHub. Useful for modders or rolling back to previous versions when needed.
Prevents running code from local mods. Downloaded mods will still function as normal. Useful for modders when debugging, diagnosing, or resolving problems with your code.
These options will control DMHub’s graphical qualities. When experiencing slowdown or running lower end hardware, it can be a good idea to disable one or more of these settings.
When enabled, improves effects like bloom, increases color range, and improves overall visual detail. Disable to improve performance and reduce VRAM usage.
Toggles multi-sampled antialiasing. When enabled, jagged edges will be smoothed out. Disable to improve performance.
By default, lights will interact with collisions to cast shadows in real-time. Disable to improve performance.
When disabled, DMHub will downscale appropriate textures. Disable to improve performance.
This tab displays your current email, as well as your current [Bandwidth Usage].
Options located within this tab affect games in which you are the owner.
How quickly dice are “thrown” when rolled.