Azgrim, yep that's it. It was my faulty thinking that a "false" value would evaluated to true...because for some dumb reason I was thinking its saying "if it doesn't have any value, then set it to default".
I'll fix this soon as I can tonight and commit it. Thanks for pointing it out =)
And there probably is a better way to do it, but being unfamiliar with AceDB, I wasn't sure how it would react if I registered a default values change after one has already been set. I play around with that after I get the inital fix out.
just dl'd SCT from the SVN and I'm geting these errors.
sct.lua:30: attempt to index global `ParserLib' (a nil value)
sctd.lua:16: attempt to index global `ParserLib' (a nil value)
localization.lua:2: attempt to index global `SCTD' (a nil value)
Libs aren't being pulled from the SVN. that's the problem.
First of all, really nice to have this Aced, love it! :)
The problem i encountered is following:
If i open the /sct menu, and change the location of the Sct messages, save + exit the menu.
The text ends up at the spot i want to.
But if i want to adjust it abit, and open the menu again, the sliders for X and Y in the settings doesnt remember what position the msg frame was in, but are back to the default setting every time i open the menu.
Havent given it a heave raid-test, but for now it looks awesome Grayhoof!!! /bow
One thing I want to ask - is there any way to turn "Message" and its frame off? I really dont like plain text appearing :/
The Message frame is just a separate frame, like Frame1 and Frame2. If you don't want it used, just simply select any of the message types that are going to the Message frame and put them to Frame1 and Frame2. Just go through the menu and read the various frames and such that each event can be assigned to, and it should all make sense.
Thereos, you'll need to use an SVN client to make sure you're getting all the externals properly.
Zews, I think you are just having a case where I made the sliders values too large, and slider position is so small its hard to tell. The actual value/position should not be reseting. I'll be addressing this shortly by allowing you to manually enter a position, and bringing the sliders back down in manage ranges.
Delsphynx, hmm that is an interesting issue. I'm using the built in panel handling of WoW, which I guess doesn't allow you to open one while dead. I'll have to do some playing around.
Aileen, just so you know you can always make SCT/SCTD act and display just like they used to, I just changed the defaults up a bit so people can see better what all it offers now. To get SCTD to go back to the more static way, just unclick the "Use SCT Animation" option.
Viviance, I'll be adding a way to do that in the event config soon. Bascially the ismsg property will be removed and you'll have a new frame property that you can set to frame1, frame2, or message.