I am trying this out tonight and while setting it up I noticed that your Castbar addon does not disable the default focus and target castbars, so I get two castbars for focus and two castbars for target - one from default, one from your addon.
I looked and looked and I saw no option anywhere, on any of the tabs, to disable the default Blizzard castbars. Can you check into this? I'm curious as to why no one else reported this, or that you yourself haven't noticed - so that leaves me to think that maybe I am overlooking something, somewhere.
I don't use any other addons that affect castbars in the least. I am using default tradeskill windows, default unit frames, default raid frames, ArkInventory for bag mod, oh AutoBar for extra buttons on screen (potions etc), Fortress for displaying LDB, and Skada.
EDIT: Okay I tried it with no addons at all, except Castbars and yes I still get the default Focus castbar and default Target castbar - along with the Focus and Target castbar that your addon creates. So double castbars for both.
I already updated it, but the packager that puts the zip's on the curse site seems to be broken and doesn't pick up the newest version - i've sent a pm to Kaelten to have him look into this. However, if you use 3.29 you should be fine if you check "load out of date addons" as you probably already do anyway.
If anyone know of any changed/added/removed channeling spells in MoP, please let me know. I've already added Astral Communion for Druid, but didn't check all the classes for changes.
AZMAK: You can disable those two bars in the normal Blizzard configuration
Yes, kicking it around a bit seemed to get it going, although the dates it is showing on the site are completely wrong (the changelog is correct though). 3.31 got some fixes for channeling spells that are essential for showing the correct number of ticks (and at the right place) with an without haste.
I've been using Castbars for a while now and I really love the addon, but something odd happened recently when downloaded BLraidcooldowns -addon. For some reason enabling that addon disables my castbar, configuration works just fine but the castbar itself ain't showing.
The API does not handle cases where one spell becomes another spell based on your spec very well at all. I worked around it in CoolLine by modifying the spellbook scanning routine to check if the spellbook item name doesn't match the name returned by GetSpellInfo(id) -- if it doesn't, then it's a "morphing" spell and requires special handling. In my case, that means scanning the tooltip to find the cooldown, but in your case it may just mean adding a table entry (not sure as I haven't looked at your code).