Just right-click FuBar or click the AddonPreferences icon. Or use an unbound click combination (like ctrl-right-click) on your PitBull frames to open to the config for that frame. Or type /pitbull or /parrot etc.
I'm talking about the general case of any given Rock-based addon.
Also, while /pitbull works, it generates UI errors for me. So does attempting to switch or copy profiles in Pitbull.
Someone forked off FuBar as FuBarAce for those who don't want to run the Rock version. I haven't tried it myself because I use other addons as well that are now based on Rock and don't feel that it would be worth the hassle.
1) Your opinion is not shared by us all; i rather like the Rock configuration frame.
2) It works as well as dropdown menus did, perhaps even better because you don't have to re-open the menu to find where you were if it closes.
3) DurabilityFu shows up on mine. I can't speculate on why it doesn't on yours.
4) This is a restatement of number 2.
It's generally better to me but I really miss being able to shift+click the pitbull icon to toggle config mode for example. For some reason Rock opens on modified clicks instead of just regular ones.
Nothing you get from the files page or off of WAU was never intended to be bug-free (or even dry-code free), and was never intended to be used as a distribution point. You've been around here long enough to know that, HunterZ. :) When using WAU or updating your addons, *ALWAYS* back up. WAU even warns you to before you go running a mass update. Never expect to not have any bugs when using "bleeding edge" updates.
and as i said, despite intentions it is in fact the distribution point for Ace (and now Rock and even some other non-Ace) addons. Many authors who actively maintain addons on the SVN trunk don't release "release versions" anywhere else. I'm just trying to plant a seed to get the developers to realize this and maybe change their thinking a little bit, because really anyone who thinks that the SVN trunk is not an end-user distribution point at this stage is deluding themselves :P
I had some layout issues with FuBar when I finally converted to FuBar3. I ended up going into my SavedVariables folder and nuke the FuBar files. Everything works great now. Seems the change b0rked the SV files.
I know whining is dangerous these days, but I'm not too keen on the redundancy of having to run both ace2 and rock, nor on dealing with drycoded, shoot-from-the-hip changes. Regardless of intentions, the Wowace SVN trunk is a distribution point for end-users, and dry-coded changes belong on a branch. That's how it works at my job, and if you check broken code into the trunk you get a singing purple Barney with a large green foam cowboy hat on your desk as a mark of shame for being a cowboy coder.
The recent porting of various fubar libraries to Rock completely borked half of my fubar addons. They won't show in the center of the fubar and instead are drawing right over the top of other fubar addons on the left or right sides. argh.