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Do you have a .pico file for the website There are games I would love to play online that require a tarot deck shared among all the players.

Love your pfp, btw. Genderfluid pride!

Most PDF readers (as in, all but the most rubbish ones) have the option to consider the cover as a separate page when viewing two pages side-by-side. In other words, you can choose to have the odd pages on the left or on the right side. There's no need for a version "optimized for two-page on-screen viewing".


I found I needed it for the basic Acrobat Reader from Adobe - but there might be a setting available in there that I don't know about. In any case, I didn't see anything wrong with providing more options.

In Acrobat Reader, it's in the menu "View" -> "Page Display" -> "Show Cover Page in Two Page View".

Unfortunately, in Acrobat Reader there's no button and no keyboard shortcut for it, you got to use the menu. That's one reason why I prefer other PDF readers (PDF-XChange Editor on Windows and Foxit on macOS).


Thank you so much for this. Also want to compliment you on creating an introduction to tarot that far surpasses many of the "real" tarot books out there. By having game design perspectives in here you are breaking down the understanding for the different cards in a new and improved way. Someone could easily use this thing to get into actual tarot reading. :)


Thank you! Most people who read this probably know the basics of tarot already, but it would've felt like something was missing if I didn't cover it.