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Jan 15, 2009At the moment, when one admin pulls sync data from another, the person from whom the data is downloaded gets a message saying the data is being transferred and that it might take a few minutes, but the person initiating the sync gets no message at all.Posted in: Raid AddOns
It would be helpful if there were some message when you press the sync button that the sync is in progress and that it may take a few minutes. Otherwise one gets the feeling that the sync isn't working.
Also, is it possible to use the bidding panel if you don't have ML on? Sometimes we forget. :p
Sep 2, 2008_ForgeUser100950 posted a message on addonpkg - Perl command line svn addon updater and archiver. (Mac OS X/Windows)I upgraded to Leopard and now the latest addonpkg works fine.Posted in: Updaters
As for the coming wowace changes, personally it's no big deal if addonpkg runs a bit slower. As long as it's automated I don't care how long it takes.
Sep 1, 2008I made a simple module for Grid that adds a status based on absolute HP. The threshold is adjustable, but I set the default to 8500 HP for the Naj'entus fight. This is my first addon and I don't know lua at all, so I copied a lot of the code from GridStatusStrings. I hope that's OK. I added a couple niceties, like it ignores pets and dead players. You can find it here:Posted in: Unit Frames
Aug 12, 2008_ForgeUser100950 posted a message on addonpkg - Perl command line svn addon updater and archiver. (Mac OS X/Windows)I am having the same problem with Diff.pm with the new version. Previous versions work fine.Posted in: Updaters
Can't locate Algorithm/Diff.pm in @INC (@INC contains: /System/Library/Perl/5.8.6/darwin-thread-multi-2level /System/Library/Perl/5.8.6 /Library/Perl/5.8.6/darwin-thread-multi-2level /Library/Perl/5.8.6 /Library/Perl /Network/Library/Perl/5.8.6/darwin-thread-multi-2level /Network/Library/Perl/5.8.6 /Network/Library/Perl /System/Library/Perl/Extras/5.8.6/darwin-thread-multi-2level /System/Library/Perl/Extras/5.8.6 /Library/Perl/5.8.1 .) at /Users/cindy/bin/addonpkg line 98.
My /Library/Perl/5.8.6/AppendToPath has:
The first line is a valid directory which contains:
The second directory listed (/Library/Perl/5.8.1) doesn't exist. Any ideas?
edit: BTW if I do a locate Diff it isn't found (and my locate database is current).
edit: I installed Algorithm::Diff, then got an error for LWP. I installed LWP but am now getting an error for SVN:Client.pm. I have a feeling my version of perl is just not right or something... maybe because I'm running OS X 10.4 instead of 10.5?
Apr 15, 2008A question about keeping Omen compatible across our raid.Posted in: Raid AddOns
I have linked a "standard" version of Omen on our guild website that everyone is supposed to grab before each raid. I'd like to update this link as seldom as possible since inevitably not everyone will check it before the raid and so it's a bit of a time sink waiting around for people to download.
Omen gets updated rather often, and I would like to let my version slip behind the most current release. My concern though is that Omen is not a self-contained addon. It has dependencies, and these dependencies might be updated when people updated their other Ace addons. (I can't mandate how often people run WAU or whatever. Some will do it every day.) In particular I'm worried that even if everyone uses the Omen.zip that I link, there will be incompatibilities due to different versions of Threat-2.0.
Is this a valid concern? Do any other common addons use Threat-2.0 such that this might be updated outside of updating Omen?
Nov 17, 2007Posted in: RockQuote from OrionShock »
per option you want to toggle, look though the options table and look for the API and just call that.
like for pit bull to get it to change configureation modes
/run PitBull:ChangeConfigMode("party" [, "raid", "disabled"])
tho im sure there is a better way :\
Thanks! I only need this for a couple things, so should work fine for me.
Nov 16, 2007Hexy, you are acting a bit belligerent. You're getting good advice but seem to be so anti-Rock you aren't really listening to it.Posted in: Rock
Right clicking random spots on your screen shouldn't bring up the Rock window. Clearly you have a transparent window up for some sort, probably FuBar. Change the transparency of your FuBar window so that you can see all your bars-- you may be surprised.
If that fails, there is a console command that will tell you the name of the frame you are currently moused-over. See this thread:
Nov 16, 2007I have been wondering myself... is it possible to change settings via the command line for Rock mods? When I type, for example, /pitbull, the Rock screen comes up instead of giving me a list of command line options.Posted in: Rock
The reason I ask is there are a couple settings I commonly toggle on and off, and would love to be able to do this within a macro. I can easily do this with Dewdrop mods.
Nov 14, 2007Posted in: Grid & Grid2Quote from Jandari »
Oh that looks awesome - wonder why I never noticed it before...
You probably haven't noticed it since it's not on files.wowace.com, hasn't been mentioned in the forums, and isn't on the wiki. At least, I couldn't find any reference to it.
Thanks much for the download, I'll try it out!
Jun 13, 2007I have found that if I right click the bobber at 1s even if the bobber hasn't moved yet, I can get those end-of-the timer fish. The time at which you do this will depend on your latency; if you do it too early you'll get the "no fish are hooked" error.Posted in: General AddOns
BTW since Fishing Ace did not seem to be adjusting my sound volumes appropriately for fishing, I wrote a macro to do it:
/console SET MusicVolume "0"
/console SET AmbienceVolume "0"
and then another macro to turn them back to "1".
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