Dice Roller

Dice Roller 2.0.7

No permission to buy ($30.00)
Compatible XF 2.x versions
2.0, 2.1
Additional requirements
php 5.6+
Updates duration
12 months ($20 Yearly Renewal + HST)
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Adds a basic dice roller. Users can not edit dice once they have been added to a post, while moderators can remove all dice on a post.
  • Displays dice under post
  • Edit post to add dice, users can not edit existing dice.
  • Moderators can delete all dice on a post.
  • Moderator log support
  • Permission-based
    • Per forum View/Throw/Delete permissions
  • SVG-based dice icons, with integration into style properties.
  • Performant
    • Only queries for dice on threads which have them for when the user can see them.




  • View dice
  • Can Throw Dice (requires edit post permission)
  • Delete Dice (moderator permission)

Style Properties
First release
Last update
5.00 star(s) 3 ratings

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Latest updates

  1. 2.0.7 - Bugfix & Maintenance update

    Remove "Enable dice" option as this add-on is permission controlled Fix php7+ compatibility when...
  2. 2.0.6 - Maintenance update

    Improve dice rendering (add shading to give a better 3d feel), tweak fonts Improve dice coloring...
  3. XF2.1 compatibility

    This add-on appears to have no compatibility issues with XF2.1

Latest reviews

Works as intended. I only wish you could roll when posting, instead of needing to edit the post afterwards. You can press "cancel" after rolling, and while the dice wont be cancelled many of my members thought they could be at first, which made them think you could cheat.
I love this add-on, just wish you could set the 'default' dice in the ACP so that members would not have to select dice sides every time they roll. They seem to forget to set stuff, and end up getting the wrong roll and posting again just to roll again. I've no other complaints and certainly not any to affect the rating of this simple yet brilliant modification. *thumbs up*
Works exactly as intended. Allows the perms to be set on a per-node basis, so you can restrict the roller to just your RP subforums without cluttering up the rest. The interface is attractive and functional, with support for color theme adjustments via style properties. My one gripe is that you need to edit a post to throw dice, instead of simply throwing dice while making a new post; this makes the interface more difficult for new users to find.