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I'm not sure if there is another way to start a chronometer timer, this is just the way I got it to work
I added Chronometer support, but I didn't quite do it your way. (All I changed was the TakeTaxiNode bit -- turns out that there's :AddTimer and :StartTimer functions in Chronometer that automate some of that.)
Just installed Rev 13551, started receiving a bunch of errors as I was logging in and continuoaly while logged in, chatframe showed it constatntly trying to update Flightpath info, and received bugsack messages stating following:
FuBar_ToFu\\ToFu.lua:114 bad argument #1 to 'pairs' (table expected, got string)
You have a really old database. :) I'd entirely forgotten that I'd once used that structure -- and it looks like it was only in use like that for about a 16 hour period on August 12th. (Aren't SVN logs wonderful?)
Still, I just committed a change that should fix it up.
Yeah, my main reasoning behind not having auto-dismount or dialog-skipping is that there are other mods out there which do that in a much more comprehensive fashion. As Devla said, MountMe works very well. And Denial2 seems quite competent for dialog-skipping.
More to the point, I use both of those addons, so neither of the requests are an itch I need to scratch. :D
Ah, you're using the version from /files, no? That seems to be broken -- it's not checking out the externals of anything but TabletLib for some reason. But rest assured that they're really there, for sure!
The version downloadable from WoWI is complete, though.
Sometimes when you're on a large flying mammal (or similar) you want to know how long it's going to take to get you to your destination. This FuBar plugin aims to answer that question, telling you both how long you've been flying and how long until you arrive.
It also warns you beforehand at the flight map how long a flight will be, and (because I like utterly useless statistics) tells you how many times you've used that flight path.
One caveat, though: it won't know how long a given flight is until you've taken it once. If you've never take a flight path before, all it'll tell you is how long you've been flying. (It will, however, try to estimate how long a flight path will be if you've taken some of the intermediate hops, or if you've flown it in the other direction beforehand. This estimate may or may not be accurate - it's based on the length of the line drawn on the flight map...)
Data is shared across all your characters, so you'll only have to endure the terrible pain of not knowing down to the second when you'll arrive once.
If you're using oCB or oCD, ToFu can display flight times in them.
It includes an incomplete set of default flight times, which you can import either through the menu or by typing "/tofu data default".