And refuse to join one that requires anything.
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So is this mod RIP or something? Theres been no updates in like 3 months. Its completely understandable if the author has a busy life or whatever, but theres no reason why someone else couldn't take over if the author is unable to. Theres no reason a mod this good should be just left to be forgotten in the dark.
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This is probably a nubish question, but I got everything working except the timestamp....it shows up, but only in 24 hour format, and I'd prefer it if it showed in 12 hour format. How do I change this?
They say it uses strftime, and i've tried everything on this page http://www.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/007908799/xsh/strftime.html and still can't get it to work in 12hr either. 24 hour annoys the crap out of me.
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I've updated the main post, and I'm sorry for the lack of talk/updates lately, I'm trying to make the button code into an AceLibrary, and my real life has been rather complicated recently. Rest assured, work *is* continuing on Henge, and hopefully soon I'll have that shiny new button library ready :)
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I really love this addon, it's great, but I got some macro's on my new mage which do work perfectly when using the default Blizzard Actionbars, but not at all with Bartender. All have a separate effect when you left- or right-click them.
The following macros do not work at all:
/cast [button:1] Conjure Food
/use [button:2] Conjured Pumpernickel
/cast [button:1] Conjure Water
/use [button:2] Conjured Spring Water
/use [button:1] Mana Jade; [button:1] Mana Agate
/castSequence [button:2] reset=[modifier:ALT] Conjure Mana Jade, Conjure Mana Agate
Would love it if you could fix this, or tell me how to do it...
You can try [button:S01] and [button:S02]. It will work on default action bars which use no paging. If you use paging, the button macro code is not supported.
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I don't think the game will be unplayable, I just think they're sick of supporting modem users. I don't blame them, modems are such flaky technology running on top of an ancient network (I'm talking from the CO to the house, not the "trunk").
I worked for an ISP in support for some time... modem users are the worst. Nothing personal, the technology is just crap. We had this lil Podunk town in NV that had no other ISP within local calling range... and it was a trailer park of retirees... needless to say every time there was a thunderstorm within 30 miles, the whole town called in because they couldn't get online. "You hear all that static? Notice how hard it is to understand me? Now pretend you're a computer talking to another computer... see why you can't stay online?"
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Yes, no, perhaps Blue has a good reason why they're upiing the minimum req's to "Connectivity:You must have an active broadband internet connection to play."