I'm afraid past experience has taught me that auto resizing and justification of text other than center do not go well together, I will look into it again since it's been a new patch, but that's mainly the reason why I didn't add it. I don't think Fortress has justification to have this issue.
I have just switched from Fubar to SBS. Having a wee bit of a problem. IÂ´m trying to do this slow, hence importing addons a couple at a time. However the global Font, Font colour and scale settings I defined with the first couple of plugins do not seem to apply to the new plugins I import.
Another question: When I have locked two plugins together how do remove the tiny little space between them?
If you install a new block you'll need to redo the global options. Changing the global font goes through each installed block and changes the font, if you install a new one it'll have whatever the default font is.
I've been using Fortress and like it better due to automatic sizing and a better "sticky block" implementation, except that there's annoying white space at the top and bottom of the blocks that prevents me from making two rows in the space in which I used to have two rows of FuBar plugins. I keep bouncing between Fortress and SBC when I can't stand each addon's quirks lol.
Seriously: Use ButtonBin. I have mine set up to look almost exactly like FuBar...here's a cropped screenshot...
EDIT: Meh. You have to hover exactly over the line to be able to click the screenshot.
Just change the font, arrange the colors, plugins, etc, and make the background transparent. Then use a kgPanel (or similar addon) to create the background frame that looks like fubar (or whatever)
Ok. Thanks so far. But what is the name of the font in that screenshot / where do i get it? I installed the clearfont fontpackage and the sharedmedia additional fonts packages but it does not seem to be in there. http://s.wowinterface.com/preview/pvw14809.jpg
With latest version of StatBlockCore I'm getting the following error:
Interface\AddOns\StatBlockCore\StatBlockCore.lua:344: attempt to call method 'LauncherUpdate' (a nil value)
(tail call): ?
Interface\AddOns\StatBlockCore\StatBlockCore.lua:344: in function <Interface\AddOns\StatBlockCore\StatBlockCore.lua:337>
Looks like SBC:LauncherUpdate() is not yet implemented. This happens when you try to edit the text of the block in the options.