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    posted a message on WoW UI Updater (Windows/Linux/Mac) - supports multiple sites
    Minor request.. can the "install from Ace" addons keyboard short cut be changed from cmd-A (on the Mac version, obviously) to anything else? I keep trying to hit CMD-A to 'select all' since that's what is normally done with that key combination, and the install window keeps opening up..

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    posted a message on Shared Media Errors
    I beleive that ClearFont2 will pull from Shared Media, so you would just need to follow the directions in "Instructions for MyMedia.txt" which is in the SharedMedia folder. I included the contents of my MyMedia.lua in my first post..Oh yeah, you'd obviously have to have SharedMedia, and SharedMediaLib installed.




    Or.. Not.. According to the Clearfont2 thread.. there is (was?) an issue with Clearfont not showing SharedMedia fonts in the dropdown.. the last post on this page (http://www.wowace.com/forums/index.php?topic=3513.580) has a workaround.
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    posted a message on Shared Media Errors
    Yeah, including the extension.

    After all this, the font doesn't look as good in game as I was hoping =(


    Weird.. I just went back and changed everything back to the way it originally was (all capital letters for the name and extension), and now it works


    Thanks for all your help Seerah
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    posted a message on Shared Media Errors
    SharedMedia/MyMedia apparently, just hate me. If I rename the font to the exact same thing, but using all lowercase letters, it works.
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    posted a message on Shared Media Errors
    I've done that... everything works fine that way. Which would kind of point towards it being something in the name format of the actual font file...and two out of the three fonts I've been playing with while trying to get this to work have their actual file names in all capital letters, the third one (which also doesn't work) is all lowercase though.
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    posted a message on Shared Media Errors
    Yeah, I'm exiting the game completely, making any changes to the files, moving fonts, etc.. and then restarting the game.

    Fontname is correct, no second .ttf, everything is capitalized. Hmm... just noticed that all the fonts included with SharedMedia have "proper" capitilization, and a lowercase extension, is it possible that SharedMedia doesn't like capitalized extensions?
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    posted a message on Shared Media Errors
    Yeah, path names are correct and match the actual folder structure.. I've tried putting my font in a folder called "MyMedia" and "MyMedia files" in case it didn't like the space for some reason, but that didn't make a difference.
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    posted a message on Shared Media Errors
    Quote from Seerah »

    You're missing a \ in your path.


    Fixed.. Path is now Interface\\AddOns\\SharedMedia\\MyMedia files\\FOY1REG.TTF


    Unfortunetely, it didn't change anything :(
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    posted a message on Shared Media Errors
    I'm running SharedMedia r44563, SharedMediaLib r45059. I've followed the directions in MyMedia.txt to setup MyMedia.lua to add some fonts in. My added font shows up in the dropdown in the various AddOns that pull from there (Parrot, Prat, Pitbull, etc..) however, when I choose my font, things seem to explode. Normally, I would just assume that my font file is corrupted, but I'm getting it with any font I try and add (all the ones I've tried have been TTF, as its my understanding that WoW won't recognize any other type of font).


    Parrot gives me this error:
    [2007/08/02 09:13:07-28-x1]: Parrot-r45143\Code\Display.lua:346: ParrotFrameFontString1:SetText(): Font not set
    Parrot-r45143\Code\Display.lua:346: in function `ShowMessage'
    Parrot-r45143\Code\ScrollAreas.lua:200: in function <Interface\AddOns\Parrot\Code\ScrollAreas.lua:180>
    Parrot-r45143\Code\ScrollAreas.lua:776: in function <Interface\AddOns\Parrot\Code\ScrollAreas.lua:773>
    Parrot-r45143\Code\ScrollAreas.lua:794: in function `setFunc'
    Waterfall-1.0-45565 (Waterfall-1.0):2432: in function `ToggleChecked'
    Waterfall-1.0-45565 (Waterfall-1.0):2339: in function <...AddOns\Waterfall-1.0\Waterfall-1.0\Waterfall-1.0.lua:2336>


    With the "PArrotFrameFontStringX:SetText(): Font not set" portion repeating (With the X incrementing) every time Parrot tries to display something.

    Prat gives me no errors, just doesn't change and use my font, same with Pitbull.

    Here's my MyMedia.lua:

    local SML = AceLibrary("SharedMedia-1.0")
    MyMedia = AceLibrary("AceAddon-2.0"):new()
    
    function MyMedia:OnInitialize()
    	local SML = AceLibrary:HasInstance("SharedMedia-1.0") and AceLibrary("SharedMedia-1.0") or nil
    	if SML then
    
    	-- START of the section that you should be updating
    	--
    	--  NB: any line beginning with "--" is ignored - so the lines
    	--  below are just comments!
    	--
    
    	--background:
    
    	--border:
    
    	--font:
    	SML:Register("font", "FOY", "Interface\\AddOns\SharedMedia\\MyMedia files\\FOY1REG.TTF")
    
    	--sound:
    
    	--statusbar:
    
    	-- END of the section that you should be updating
    	end
    end


    I've tried:
    Varying the path, and including my Font in the 'default' font folder - No Change
    Making the edit to SharedMedia.lua - No change

    If I rename my Font file to use the name of an existing font in SharedMedia it works just fine.

    Help? Please?
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    posted a message on addonpkg - Perl command line svn addon updater and archiver. (Mac OS X/Windows)
    That seems to have done it.

    addonpkg -fetch Ace2

    runs and successfully completes. No error messages about being unable to open anything.


    Thanks again for the work you've put into this!
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    posted a message on addonpkg - Perl command line svn addon updater and archiver. (Mac OS X/Windows)
    Quote from Nayala »

    Okay it sounds like it's not recognizing the staging directory. The old version would default using the current directory if it couldn't find the stage directory. The open error is something else. It looks like the code that looks for the "Comment WoW Addon.app" is getting an invalid path name. Did you create an application from that script? If so where did you put it? What version of OS X are you running?


    No, I'm using it as a folder action, /Library/Scripts/Folder Action Scripts/Comment Wow Addon (and its "attached" to my AddOns Folder)

    Quote from Nayala »

    What is output if you run:
    /usr/bin/perl -e 'use Mac::Carbon; $a = LSFindApplicationForInfo("", "", "Comment Wow Addon.app") || "not found"; print $a."\n";'



    That returns:
    {5

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    posted a message on addonpkg - Perl command line svn addon updater and archiver. (Mac OS X/Windows)
    Quote from Nayala »


    What does it output if you run:
    addonpkg -n -fetch Ace2


    with that flag I get this:
    addonpkg -n -fetch Ace2
    /usr/local/bin/svn update --ignore-externals /Users/jackofspades/Ace2
    open -a {5 /Users/jackofspades/Ace2
    2006-12-14 23:05:49.908 open[2611] Couldn't open file: /Users/jackofspades/Ace2


    Quote from Nayala »

    I'm also working on an update that uses a new staging directory /Applications/World of Warcraft/Interface/StageArea which it should create automatically as well as move files from the old stage area automatically. I have a couple more changes to finish, but will post it soon.

    Edit: Staging changes are done, also the verbose option -v should now note where it thinks addons are going.


    I'm currently at work, I'll try updating when I get home and see what happens


    EDIT:
    At home, just tried using the updated addonpkg, and I get this:
    addonpkg -v -n -fetch Ace2
    /usr/local/bin/svn update --ignore-externals /Users/jackofspades/Ace2
    open -a {5 /Users/jackofspades/Ace2
    2006-12-15 00:55:42.407 open[2667] Couldn't open file: /Users/jackofspades/Ace2


    I tried changing the permissions on the /Ace2 folder, and had the same result.

    Removing the Ace2 folder from my home folder gives me this:
    addonpkg -v -n -fetch Ace2
    /usr/local/bin/svn checkout --ignore-externals [url]http://svn.wowace.com/wowace/trunk/Ace2[/url] /Users/jackofspades/Ace2


    Hmm...interestingly enough.. if I run it without the -n flag, it runs and autocreates the new Stagearea folder... only.. it put it in the interface folder of my Burning Crusade Beta install (presumably, because as its looking for the wow.app.. the TBC folder is going to be found first inside the applications folder)
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    posted a message on addonpkg - Perl command line svn addon updater and archiver. (Mac OS X/Windows)
    Thanks for this.

    I seem to have ran into a small snag using the most recent version you uploaded (the one containing the folder action as well).

    I created an Ace2 folder in my Interface folder (full path is /Applications/World of Warcraft/Interface/Ace2)

    whenever I try and use addonpkg -fetch Ace2 (for example)... it seems to ignore the Ace2 folder I've created, and try and drop the Ace2 folder its pulling from the svn into a new folder in my home directory:

    Checked out revision 20612.
    2006-12-14 14:00:01.334 open[2547] Couldn't open file: /Users/jackofspades/Ace2
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