one more question though. Does anyone know an easy utility to modify the ##Interface numbers in the toc file. With swapping to CC, alot of .toc's became "out of date" even though they work perfectly. I know i can manually change them but gg again, lots of mods. And i hate that tickbox "load out of date addons". I much more like them just being up to date "wowtoc" i used a long time ago is discontinued ages ago.
You need to understand why that's such a bad idea.
*puts Hermionine lecture hat on*
The Interface or "TOC" number is used by authors to say "my code is for this patch".
IMHO it should only be used by authors after they have confirmed that they have updated their code for the changes in lua brought by the patch they are changing their toc number to.
Some addons will work without any changes to their code as the calls in the API they work with have not changed. This does not mean they should have their toc number automatically changed for them.
It also serves as an important diagnostic step - it shows you on the addon screen what addons have or have not had their code updated for the current patch. You turn "load out of date addons" off and all the addons that probably haven't had code updated for the current patch all get turned off. You then load into game and see if you having the same problems.
That's the reason why you have the "load of date addons" option.
*takes Hermionine lecture hat off*
As you an see it's something that only the addon authors should be changing :D