uaxli, seems as if ckknight is currently working on Dewdrop; this problem is related to Dewdrop, not Squishy. Try to update your externals, hopefully ckknight has fixed the bug again (assuming it was a simple typo somewhere).
Squishy is working again for me without bugs (Tab, or otherwise).
I'm using the "svn update *" dealie to update stuff. I don't pretend to understand it, but that should update the libraries, right?
Yes, this is correct. If you are using the Update command on a checked-out folder (from TortoiseSVN) then it will pull the externals, as well.
To summarize externals: think of them like pointers to another download in the repository. When authors put addons here, you'll sometimes see comments like "updating externals" and "really, really updating externals." What they are doing is creating these "pointers." When you download an addon, Subversion will automatically download whatever it needs to based on these pointers. That way, these separate libraries and stuff can be developed, and when you check out an addon, it will automatically grab the latest one without you or the mod author making sure everything is up-to-date in whatever folder their addon is in. Subversion takes care of it for you.
When you download an addon, Subversion will automatically download whatever it needs to based on these pointers. That way, these separate libraries and stuff can be developed, and when you check out an addon, it will automatically grab the latest one without you or the mod author making sure everything is up-to-date in whatever folder their addon is in. Subversion takes care of it for you.
Downside: as long as a library is in development, any bugs will usually be reported in the addon threads that are using them, instead of in the library threads (which sometimes don't even exist). I know Squishy is sometimes a bit buggy, but it's not always my fault. Usually it is. But not always :)
uaxli: while the version currently on the svn has some issues related to standby mode (which I'm currently working on), the dewdrop problem is related to ckknight having updated dewdrop-2 on the SVN. This latest version tries to close a dewdrop1 menu if a dewdrop2 menu is open (and vice versa), but if you don't upgrade your dewdrop1, you'll end up with that bug.
Afaik, he's currently working on it, so please watch the SVN for Dewdrop-2.0 updates.
One little issue with the latest SVN version (yes, I'm using a program to download it properly!) I noticed in a little test run with a friend that the deficit display will occasionally partially disappear... Instead of the bar, with a number like "-2000" on top, it'll be the bar, with "-20.." on top. This may be intended, but it played merry hell with my ability to quickly scan the list. Just thought I'd mention it.
Kimat, thanks for the note. This should be fixed now. I also altered the code related to toggling standby mode - you should now be able to alter settings even in standby mode (don't ask me why Ace2 even allows it, caused me lots of headache).
Finally, I was able to merge code related to group heals. If you're not a priest and have a priest in your group, please let me know if you properly see a "XY is healing your group" the moment he starts casting a Prayer of Healing (also, everyone in your group visible in the Squishy frame then should have a small green H next to their name).
Thrae, well in fact it isn't Squishy doing it but AceEvent (which is an embedded library and part of Ace2). Try updating externals again - ckknight usually fixes the bugs he introduces within a few hours.