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Jan 28, 20094.5.135? If that's the version you have it is horribly out of date. 4.5.144 is the newest release version, and the LibBabble-Zone-3.0 that comes with it or later versions does have those translations.Posted in: AddOn HELP!
Jan 22, 2009Posted in: AddOn HELP!Quote from jexxlcI've been trying to find a decent replacement for Battlegroundfu for awhile now, as it seems to no longer be maintained. Basically, I am mainly looking for a plugin that displays the Battleground queue times, and several of the other features are nice from Battlegroundfu as well.
I found Broker_Battlegroundfu on here, but it bugs out on me and doesn't work at all and I've posted the bug reports to LordFarlander, but I haven't had any responses and/or fixes posted, so I'm not even sure if that addon is still being worked on.
Anything else that's a good Battlegroundfu replacement for Broker?
Sorry for not responding to your PM and comment I have been insanely busy the past few weeks.
Truth be told I could really use an official tester on this one if you would to, I don't have the time atm to test all the bgs.
Jan 8, 2009It depends on the info you need. For your dropdown it sounded like all you needed was the event title, which CalendarGetDayEvent will get you, and you can run in a loop (you can look at my addon Calendar_Broker here for an example of it, and the Blizzard calendar works that way too).Posted in: Lua Code Discussion
Then when you need the more detailed info (when someone clicks on an event and you show a tooltip or something), you use CalendarOpenEvent to get that information. That one can't be used in a loop, which is why you only run it when needed.
I havn't verified it, but I'm pretty sure that the title return from both calls returns the same string.
Jan 7, 2009What you want to do is this:Posted in: Lua Code Discussion
local title, hour, minute, calendarType, sequenceType, eventType, texture, modStatus, inviteStatus, invitedBy, difficulty = CalendarGetDayEvent( 0, day, i )Where day is the day you are looking at and i or for loop counter. This gives you the information you will need to populate your dropdown with raid names.
Then after they click on it, you can open just the one they click on.
Jan 5, 2009What is the interest in there being a LibGlory-3.0? I have a version I am ready to start testing (and as Arrowmaster pointed out stupidly submitted in the wrong way, darn habit of checking stuff in before I leave work), and am wondering if it should be the official 3.0 version (otherwise it goes in as LibLordFarlander-Glory-3.0 under LibLordFarlander unless there is already a new version in development).Posted in: Libraries
It is simply Glory-2.0 changed over to the LibStub/CallbackHandler system, with Strand of the Ancients and some additional Arena support. Currently it requires AceEvent3 and AceTimer3 (I was lazy about that because the addon it is intended for is Ace3) but the intention is to make it standalone with just LibStub and CallbackHandler.
Dec 16, 2008Posted in: AddOn HELP!Quote from justcallmefredGetting this when logging on all my toons..
[2008/12/15 17:12:15-26-x1]: LibBabble-3.0-2:51: LibBabble-Zone-3.0: Translation "Ring of Valor" not found.
LibLordFarlander-2.0-90112:310: in function `GetMapZonesWithExtra'
MiniPet-4.5.141\MiniPet.lua:955: in function <Interface\AddOns\MiniPet\MiniPet.lua:137>
(tail call): ?:
<in C code>: ?
<string>:"safecall Dispatcher":9: in function <[string "safecall Dispatcher"]:5>
(tail call): ?:
AceAddon-3.0-5 (Accomplishment):340: in function `InitializeAddon'
AceAddon-3.0-5 (Accomplishment):428: in function <...Ons\Accomplishment\Lib\AceAddon-3.0\AceAddon-3.0.lua:421>
Thanks for the report, I'm sorry that error got out into a release version like that.
Dec 1, 2008Enter a custom format of #0g #0\s #0cPosted in: General Chat
(And yes the \ is needed). This will display:
12 as 0g 0s 12c
1234 as 0g 12s 34c
12345 as 1g 23s 45c
(You can use #0g #0\s .#0c to use copper as the decimal, however your output will look like 12g 34s .5c, can't get rid of the . AFAIK)
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