Target the mob/player that have us targetted, by a key press or clicking the header (or even script)
problem: what if more than one mob has that name? We can't rely on the fact that we e.g. discovered that mob via raid23pettarget, as it might now target something else. I've been thinking about possible solutions, but I havent found any yet, which is why it's not in yet.
I admit I was only thinking of this in a pvp situation...ie SoandSoWarrior is aggroing me (has me targetted) while I'm hiding with the flag. I'd like to target him back without having to type out his name. Not sure how it'd work in a PvE situation, but I can see that that would be problematical.
Random thought after a weekend in AV...would it be possible to have an 'ignore below this level' option? I find myself healing level 52's like crazy to little or no effect as they pop up on Squishy and it makes me sad wasting all my mana like that.
then try "/script Squishy:Test()". This will print all names of units saved in the roster into your chatframe. So if you're soloing with your pet summoned, you should see 2 lines, first your player name, then your pet name.
Logged on as my druid in solo mode those shows
[Squishy] found: Donee (Player)
Also I'd like to ask you to do a "/script Squishy:msg(Squishy:Roster["yourname"].priority)" - guess it's the best to copy+paste this into the chatframe after replacing 'yourname' by your name. This will print your current priority to the chat frame. If you're at full health it will probably be 115 or 135, as it's your current health in percent plus some modifiers to calculate priority.
Using /script Squishy:msg(Squishy:Roster["Donee"].priority)
returns an error:
[string "Squishy:msg(Squishy:Roster["Donee"].priority)"]:1:function arguments expected near '['
Finally, if you're soloing and damaging yourself by jumping off a cliff, the following should also print your name: "/script Squishy:msg(Squishy:EmergencyUnits.name)".
Using /script Squishy:msg(Squishy:EmergencyUnits.name)
returns an error:
[string "/script Squishy:msg(Squishy:EmergencyUnits.name)"]:1:function arguments expected near '['
will try, just note...all of the above info was for my druid...
another note, before I read this I had my husband install squishy and ace...I logged in as my druid and we did various things like jump off tall buildings and duel. On his computer he never showed up in his own squishy frame. On my computer I never showed up in my squishy frame. But we would show up in eachothers frames.
ie: I could see him, but not myself, he could see me but not himself.
 tried in raid/group and with and without pet support