[2008/09/05 15:24:18-800-x1]: Acheron-1.0\Acheron.lua:33: Cannot find a library instance of "LibQuickHealth-1.0".
Ace2\AceLibrary\AceLibrary.lua:49: in function `LibStub'
Acheron-1.0\Acheron.lua:33: in main chunk
Running disembedded, and i have LibQuickHealth installed.
Is there a command to bring up the Deathreport window like /acheron [playername]? The current way of rightclicking player portraits takes a bit too long for my taste, and i've removed players accidentally from the raid twice now because the Acheron Report is right under ''Remove player from the raid''.
I've seen this one come up for me as well, once or twice, but I can never figure out the circumstance or reproduce it. If anyone else sees this happen and can recall exactly what was going on when it happened, please let me know.
I was messing around in the Recount GUI seconds before the error popped, very doubtful it has anything to do with it though. It was OOC (Out of Combat) aswell.
I didn't know Recount could do that either... I've only been using it since 2.4 rendered my beloved Assessment inoperable. :(
Recount doesn't have 2 windows, but you can switch to ''Current fight'' easily, and you can switch back to overall data. Anyway, Acheron is working great so far, got it set to keep track of the last 3 deaths of each player and it's running at around ~1.5mb. Not tried it together with Recount yet though, i guess the average increasing rate will be a bit higher with both addons running, but that's not a major issue.
I have the same dilemma, the only reason i use Recount over Violation is that Violation cannot have 2 separate windows showing total damage and damage done last fight. I would be forever grateful if someone wrote a plugin for Violation to have that feature.
I did "extensive" CPU testing on Acheron with standalone libs here. Extensive meaning killing helpless baby spiders on my level 11 test character, solo. As well as letting them eat me (er, so to speak).
At no time did Acheron ever use excessive CPU time; it used none/virtually none at all times, including when dying. And neither did the libs it used, above the steady no-mod CPU state they normally did. That person's lag issues most likely due to another mod.
To test these kinds of addons you need to do it in a raid. Anyway great addon, just what i needed after GrimReaper started acting funny with my tooltip mod.