Load the CSV unit file in Excel (or any other spreadsheet software of your preference that load and save CSV files)... Then use Excel features (formulas, drag and drop, etc) to do your changes and save the file back as a CSV ....
So if I place formula into the relevant fields, say a +10% formula in hard attack, then save the file back as a CSV it will only take the final value and not the whole formula into the file? I wont end up with an attack value of "=60*(1+10%)" but with a value of 66 in the CSV!?
If so that would be great as I have always shy'd (that word just doesn't look right!) away from using formula for this very reason, but no more it seems!
You are a good man Draken!
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