You can now customize the display of your attacks in the Attacks area on the character sheet, as well as add entirely new custom attacks for display. D&D is a highly-customizable game, and we will never be able to automate every calculation. This new capability allows you to show what you need to show for your character regardless. While we will certainly automate things like pact weapons over time, you can add it as a custom attack in the meantime. Please note that these custom attacks will not display in the PDF export yet - we're working on that for the next couple of days.
You will see a new "Customize" option in the attack's expanded details.
To Hit Override. Entering any number here will entirely replace your to hit bonus for that attack.
To Hit Bonus. Entering a number here will add to (or subtract from) your current calculated total.
Damage Bonus. This is a flat number increase to your attack's damage.
DC Override (Spells Only). Entering any number here will entirely replace your Save DC for that spell's display.
DC Bonus (Spells Only). Entering a number here will add to (or subtract from) your current calculated total.
Offhand (Weapons Only). Checking this box will designate the weapon is an offhand weapon. This will typically mean that your ability modifier for the attack will no longer be added to damage. The feat Dual Wielder and the Two-Weapon Fighting fighting style will adjust this when those are publicly available.
Display as Attack. Check this box to hide the attack from your list. You can then find the weapon (in Equipment) or spell (in Spells) again to re-display if needed. You can also choose to display other "attack" spells that don't actually require attack rolls (like maybe fireball) and choose to display it in the Attacks section.
Name. Customize the name of your attack.
Notes. Text entered here will display in the header information of your attack.
You can also add entirely new attacks by customizing all of the display details by clicking on "+ Add Custom Attack."