- Registered User
Member for 14 years
Last active Fri, Oct, 4 2013 14:29:53
- 0 Followers
- 8 Total Posts
- 0 Thanks
Oct 15, 2008Posted in: UpdatersQuote from rolfbaI must say i dont see the big problem with the copy & pasting of urls. It took me around 20min to find urls for all my addons, just by looking at the unhandled page, searching on wowace / curse, and adding them.
So i dont see the big problem here. But if you want to start a wiki, by all means do so :)
If you take the additional step of adding them to "favorites" on the respective sites it makes it easy to do it again if/when the site changes it's URL structure.
Oct 15, 2008If I use AggroColor in CowTip I get this error in Wrath:Posted in: Libraries
LibDogTag-3.0.90203: Error with code "[[(if Status then StatusColor else [if CanAttack then DifficultyColor else Gray end] end) (if Classification:Contains(\"Boss\") then \"??\" else Level end)] Concatenate(\" \", Classification) Concatenate(\" \", StatusColor Status)] [AggroColor NameRealm]" (Base;Unit). ...bs\LibDogTag-Unit-3.0\Categories\Characteristics.lua:503: attempt to index global 'UnitReactionColor' (a nil value): <string>:"local _G = _G;...":543: in function <[string "local _G = _G;..."]:24> (tail call): ?: <in C code>: in function `xpcall' CowTip-r68121\libs\LibDogTag-3.0\Compiler.lua:2188: in function <...erface\AddOns\CowTip\libs\LibDogTag-3.0\Compiler.lua:2175> (tail call): ?: CowTip-r68121\Text\Text.lua:254: in function `RefixLines' CowTip-r68121\Text\Text.lua:353: in function `object_method' LibRockTimer-1.0-90232 (FuBar):289: in function <...Ons\FuBar\libs\LibRockTimer-1.0\LibRockTimer-1.0.lua:227>
Oct 4, 2008Posted in: UpdatersQuote from KaeltenNo, it doesn't try to match them, I don't think its a valid solution either personally. I really think that long term we need a more accurate matching scheme.
My thoughts are to add some identifiers to the change log file, similar to how we did on the old wowace, that'd allow us to know for sure where the file came from.
Trying to match is going to always be problematic. A much simpler approach is to take advantage of the "Favorites" feature already present. Tying the client to Favorites removes all ambiguity.
Once that happens you are free to put the matching in a menu choice called: "Find existing addons..." which would locate addons not in the favorites list (and also not marked for ignoring) and allow the user to add them to their favorites list.
It's so blindingly simple, that we've all missed it.
Oct 3, 2008Posted in: UpdatersQuote from rolfbaUpdate:
- Fixed updating from CURSE, as they had changed their layout
Updating from Curse should be working again, but all your id's will have to be changed for the new shortnames.
As an example:
Questhelper used to be ID, 9924, from curse, but now the url for Questhelper looks like:
and the new id to set in jwu would be: quest-helper
Hope it works for everyone.
Suggestion:rolleyes:: Would it be possible to accept the URL as input and have jwu parse the relative parts out, so that we lazy users don't have to do it manually?
- To post a comment, please login or register a new account.