GridStatusRes displays the soulstone and resurrection status in Grid. It's compatible with oRA2 and CTRA through LibResComm.
GridStatusRes is dependant on other raiders using an addon with the CTRA res protocol to display the status. This can be CTRA, oRA2, SmartRes or an addon that uses LibResComm (like this one).
After downloading and installing the addon. Go to the grid options, select the indicator you want to use (I suggest Center text 2 if you use it) and enable the three statuses called "Incomming Resurrection", "Soulstone" and "Resurrected".
I've always despised the thought of having a ressurection monitor on my screen, so finally I'll be able to see who's got resses incoming on the unitframe.
This will indeed make Grid better for me. Thank you!
The GridStatusRes statuses are only working if the one who is ressing (and the one who wants to see who is ressed) is using oRA2, CTRA, SmartRes, LibResComm or so. If not, you will only see your own resses. Okay, no big deal because many raiders use oRA2 or CTRA, but I think you should note that in the description of this addon.
EDIT: LibStub and CallbackHandler-1.0 is part of Grid, so there is no need to include it in GridStatusRes
Isnt it possible to do this without ora2, ctra and so on?
Blizzards new combatlog seems to miss a few important things ...
hmm, the main reason is that UNIT_SPELLCAST_START in NOT sending target information, so you need UNIT_SPELLCAST_SENT to get a target. But, UNIT_SPELLCAST_SENT is only available for the unit 'player', so you need some kind of data broadcast. Same with a click on a corpse: data from a corpse is only available on the client who is clicking on a corpse. That's why all res addons use SendAddonMessage to tell the other people in group your target...
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