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    posted a message on eePanels2 - Official Thread
    Quote from Seerah »

    Yes. Your panel is now 100% the width and height of its parent and has no offsets from its parent. You can either enter in the dimensions you had before for height and width, or do 110% or whatever.


    Thanks. I'll give it a shot after I get off work.
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    posted a message on eePanels2 - Official Thread
    Quote from Seerah »

    Are you sure the eePanel isn't just hidden behind the Target frame? It gets resized when you parent it.


    It's possible. When I checked the dimensions of the panel and the location, it displayed as:

    Width = 100%
    Height = 100%

    Vertical Position = 0
    Horizontal Position = 0

    So, I assume that even though I initially setup a frame to be a specific ht/wdth ect, I need to reset it after I parent it?
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    posted a message on [XPerl] Setting to "parent" to eePanels2]
    Sorry about that, I made this post 1st and got to thinking that it might be an eePanels problem instead of XPerl. Anyways, I'll redirect all subsequent responses to the other thread. Thanks for the reply.
    Posted in: Unit Frames
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    posted a message on eePanels2 - Official Thread
    I'm pretty new at mod'ing to this extent. I've done alot of mod'ing of my UI in the past, but I've never really gone into the options to change them around. What I want to do is setup eePanels to only display when I target something, or, join a group. I've done some reading and tried what was said, but it still won't work.

    I'm using XPerl.

    Target Frame
    XPerl_Targetframename

    I can't remember the name of the party window.

    Basically, what happens, is I type in the name of the frame and it disappears as it is supposed to. After that though, it won't display. Am I missing something?
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    posted a message on [XPerl] Setting to "parent" to eePanels2]
    If it is easier to do what I want to do with another unitframe, let me know. I am more than willing to switch back to Pitbull if necessary (as long as someone can tell me how to stop the target window from taking on the appearance of a debuff/buff...quite annoying. That was the main reason I quit using Pitbull.)
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    posted a message on [XPerl] Setting to "parent" to eePanels2]
    Good Morning,

    I'm relatively new at using UIs, at least in regards to actually doing some massive changes. I recently downloaded XPerl Unit-Frames and eePanels2. What I want to do is set it up to only display certain eePanels when I am:

    In a group/Raid
    Target Something

    I've done some reading, and from what I gather, all I have to do is set the parent to the name of the frame I am trying to attach the eePanel to. I've done that, however, it still doesn't work. I either get a "Validation Error" when I try to do it, or the eePanel disappears like it is supposed to. However, it still won't display when necessary.

    What am I doing wrong? The name of the target frame, per a script I found, is.

    XPerl_TargetnameFrame
    Posted in: Unit Frames
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