I can read the error, and the addons mentioned within, but does anyone know of a work-around for what I'm getting? Here's the output from bugsack:
[2009/08/08 22:47:31-1873-x2]: Interface\FrameXML\GameTooltip.lua:126: StatLogicTooltipMoneyFrame1:SetPoint(): Couldn't find region named 'StatLogicTooltipTextLeft11':
Interface\FrameXML\GameTooltip.lua:126: in function `SetTooltipMoney':
Interface\FrameXML\GameTooltip.lua:88: in function `GameTooltip_OnTooltipAddMoney':
<string>:"*:OnTooltipAddMoney":1: in function <[string "*:OnTooltipAddMoney"]:1>
<in C code>: in function `SetHyperlink'
LibStatLogic-1.1-49:12072: in function `BuildGemmedTooltip'
LibStatLogic-1.1-49:12933: in function `GetDiffID'
RatingBuster-1.4.4 (r$Revision: 226 $)\RatingBuster.lua:2253: in function `handler'
LibTipHooker-1.1-2 (Outfitter):193: in function <Interface\AddOns\Outfitter\LibTipHooker-1.1.lua:187>
<in C code>: in function `Outfitter_OrigSetBagItem'
Outfitter-4.7.4\Outfitter.lua:6816: in function `SetBagItem'
Interface\FrameXML\ContainerFrame.lua:743: in function `ContainerFrameItemButton_OnEnter':
Bagnon-2.9.3\components\item.lua:215: in function <Interface\AddOns\Bagnon\components\item.lua:197>
There's about a dozen variations, that only change the number at the end of
Everything that's hosted on the wowace.com domain (and the curseforge.com) domain is intended to be used primarily by developers. Both domains push new versions to curse.com as specified by each addon's author; by default, only Release versions are syndicated to curse.com. Unfortunately, despite the fact that it takes, quite literally, less than 10 seconds to tag a Release version, many authors still don't do it on a regular basis, and the curse.com syndicated version lags weeks or months behind the actual latest version. :|
If you use the Curse Client, set it to download Beta (or even Alpha) versions; it will then pull the actual latest version of the specified level from the wowace.com or curseforge.com developer project page. If you don't use the Curse Client, just download them yourself from their project page.
Just be aware that not all addons' Alpha or Beta versions are stable, since some authors actually use those as intended and don't use their existence as an excuse to be lazy and not tag Release versions. :p
Also note that it can take hours or even days for new versions to be syndicated to curse.com.
Generally, Alpha versions are everything committed to the addon's repository, Beta versions have been reviewed by the author and should generally work but haven't undergone extensive testing, and Release versions have been deemed stable and suitable for widespread use by the general public. At least, that's how it should work.