Looks like the entire border area of Mapster, except for a panel along the top where you have some settings and options. But the frame around the bottom where coordinates are displayed, as well as along the sides and parts of the top, are completely [I]invisible[/I].
Screenies for Mapster: Skinner_Disabled_Mapster.jpg shows what things look like without Skinner enabled. Skinner_Enabled_Mapster.jpg shows what bits of the map frame border get all invisible and such with Skinner enabled.
I suppose it's possible it's a settings problem, where I think I've got all the default blizz UI stuff enabled for Skinner, but I don't. I'll look again.
[I had to aggressively crop and go nuts with JPEG compression to get the Mapster screenies in compliance with forum attachment limits. If they're unclear or you have questions and need to see full screen shots, let me know and I'll find alternative hosting for the images.]
the addon TomQuest2 offers the ability to color the background and the border of its quest and archievment trackers. When using Skinner, these color are reset everytime you log in.
This is from the author of TomQuest2:
Originally Posted by Craxziz I had the same issue with the trackers and Skinner. After some fiddling around I managed to solve it by removing the LibQTip file from Skinner's skinme directory. Not ideal as it means any other LibQTip generated tooltips aren't skinned, but it does mean that the display setting for tomQuest's trackers are how I want them.
If you'd like to skin other LibQTip tooltip then you'd need to ask the author of skinner to exclude the two following keys when he iterate over the tooltips generated by LibQTip:
Can you please modify Skinner this way so he coloring of TomQuest2 is working again?