I'm raiding ICC with Pitbull UI and raid frames. There is a general debuff on all raid members that reduces dodge and i want to hide it. I was playing around with filter configs during the raid (didn't cause wipes :p) by adding custom filter in Aura module or something but it's such a mess i couldn't make it to work.
To be more general, i need a way to hide certain debuffs by a list preferrably unique by layout and show everything else. Is it possible? This is because there are million different encounters in this game with different important debuffs. It would be stupid to think it from opposite way and make list of debuffs that you want to see...
Edit: To explain it bit more detail; i want to see important debuffs next to the raid frames wether i can dispel them or not. I do not use decursive or grid. Currently there is this general debuff on every player which is kind of distracting.
And another place that is focus frame. I need to hide buffs such as "Tree of life" from it down to only seeing my hots on him (tank). I was able to hide Gift of the wild but adding Tree of life and unchecking it just didn't do anything.
Go to modules - aura - aurafilter editor - advanced and create two new filters.
Display: Debuffs (for raid frames) or Buffs (for focus frame)
Filter type: Name (or spell ID)
List type: Blacklist
Then add the buffs/debuffs to filter.
And finally choose the new filter in your raid/focus layout under aura - filter.
Got them done. ICC debuff is called "Chill of the Throne" btw.
But you forgot to mention the beginning of process. First i had to select in Current filter - "Default debuffs", then i could have made new filter by custom name but i didn't, i instead went and changed Filter type to "name" which gave a warning that it can break something but i accepted. Then List type section appeared and i was able to select Blacklist. Rest was cake...
Edit: Decided to make own filters of blacklists and keep Default buffs and debuffs as meta. Which ended up needing ReloadUI and stuff but maybe i'll handle now.