Happy to help :D
Think I lost /rl as a result of Ace2 finally going but I am sure I could find another way to add that if I really needed to, certainly not a feature you would expect a bar mod to bring! :D
btw, Phanx, on a scale from 0 to Cthulhu, how strange was my code? ;)
Pretty comparable to the code of other large addons from the Ace2 era. I think the initial conversion of Grid from Ace2 to Ace3 was about the same amount of work. The options tables are by far the most time-consuming part of it.
1. Do you mean the official settings? Because I didn't see any tooltip setting in EBB. If you mean official, I will test it, but I guess this applies to all tooltips and not just when hovering over EBB buffs.
Hey, I've been using your addon for years so I realllyyyy would rather not have to switch to something else but I'm having an issue that may or may not be specific to monks.
I use a group to track the debuff duration of my "Rising Sun Kick" on my current target. The problem is when I also use "Storm, Earth, and Fire". What that does is it creates up to two images of myself that attack other targets and they use the same abilities on their targets that I use on my target. Annoyingly, though, I think the addon considers all three targets as mine so I'll have up to three Rising Sun Kick debuffs tracking at once, which is a lot of clutter. It may not be a deal breaker but something to consider.
Btw, I do have the group's target set to and self cast buffs set to whitelist.
I can't test what's going on but here is my guess:
From the description, he debuff from "Rising Sun Kick" is applied to all enemies within 8 yards. So if an enemy unit is in the range of you and both of your spirits, it will likely get three different debuffs, even though they appear to be the same.
Since the spirits are your units, debuffs applied by them most likely report as being applied by yourself, so they'll count a self-cast.
Is the debuff dispellable in PvP? In that case, it's possible that each of them can (and must) be dispelled individually.