I want to replace Healbot with SuF and Clique. However, Healbot shows "Incoming heals" as predictive text. So, for example, if a unit has max health 2000, has taken 300 damage it would show "-300". If you start casting a heal of 400 it shows "+100". Very useful!
Sadly, I couldn't reproduce this with standard tags - so I've made a custom tag. BUT! I am not massively lua experienced.
Here is my custom tag code, I also altered a line in incheal.lua;
Edited incheal.lua and made "HealComm = LibStub("LibHealComm-4.0", true)" removing the "local" so I didn't have to load it every time.
UNIT_HEALTH_FREQUENT UNIT_MAXHEALTH UNIT_HEALTH UNIT_SPELLCAST_START UNIT_SPELLCAST_STOP UNIT_SPELLCAST_FAILED UNIT_SPELLCAST_INTERRUPTED UNIT_SPELLCAST_DELAYED
local inc = HealComm:GetHealAmount(UnitGUID(unit), HealComm.ALL_HEALS, GetTime()+3)
if inc==nil then inc=0 end
local k =UnitHealth(unit)-UnitHealthMax(unit)+inc
if k<0 then t=tostring(k) end
if k==0 then t="" end
if k>0 then t="+"..tostring(k) end
I am trying to improve this, but currently it works!
Hey, is there any way to see specifically what mob is targeting a party member?
For instance, if I'm Tanking a dungeon, I'd like to see a frame pop up next to my healer showing me the mob that's now attacking them. I know you can see who party members are targeting or (target of target of target) but I'd like the reversed (Being targeted by)
For the most part i can see it happen and keep aggro but it'd just be a nice reassurance to see if any of my party members are being attacked.
Also no way to split the party frames to move individually yet right?
Am I missing something with the range indicator on shadowlands?
It seems to permanently think everything is out of range regardless of what range it is at. I'm a druid, I've set spells to regrowth for friendly and moonfire for harmful which all druids have. Regardless, any and every unit I set an alpha on uses the out of range alpha, regardless of actual range?