you can force you guild members to use LittleBlackBook (sic!)
the shame is: it's on wowace.com svn!
shitty spycode - communication TeRRoR for the unknown at it's best!
... read the code ... hold on 2 seconds and laugh ...
if you don't understand the code: don't use it!
if you understand the code: change it and force the unknown to use it ... this is really evil! (okay: don't do this :))
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Feb 20, 2008_ForgeUser136437 posted a message on GridStatusHots -> Shows your HoT(s) remaing time and total HoTsPosted in: Grid & Grid2Quote from velillen »
2008/02/20 07:12:11-1292-x53]: GridStatusHots-2.3a\GridStatusHots.lua:578: attempt to compare nil with number
Quote from Pyros »
Yes, I'm not too sure what's being changed, but since the lastest updates(I tried the very lastest, and the first of the "new" ones, which was from yesterday), it's straight out broken, throwing the errors above whenever I cast a hot. I reverted to the old '07 version and works fine.
On a side note, that made me realize how much of a bitch I am to grid and its plugins, healing without my hots showing was like painful ^^. Good thing it only was karazhan tho, and I still had my lifebloom showing since I'm using a different plugin for lifebloom.
fixed in GridStatusHots-r62250
that was a little typo in the new feature from r62084... looked like the copy&paste devil striked again ;)
Feb 17, 2008Posted in: LibrariesQuote from Nevcairiel »
I would rather see all addons update :)
That would be nice.
Some minor LibBabble* structure suggestions:
- separate files, one for each locale (ckknight did this in LibBabble-Spell r61661)
- all locales (incl. base enUS) should start at the same line number
This makes it easier to check diff between enUS/xyXY.
Feb 13, 2008Posted in: Map/Minimap AddOnsQuote from JaedxRapture »
+ The MinimapNorthTag texture (the yellow N) doesn't stay hidden no matter what you do. It likes to reshow itself. I've fixed this in my own file by creating a separate hidden frame and parenting it to the frame. You should probably do the same.
You have to manually enable/disable the MinimapNorthTag texture, the compass module is no longer forcing the MinimapNorthTag texture to hide if compass module is enabled.
"show / hide" -> "direction indicator"
Hope that is okay.
Feb 12, 2008Posted in: LibrariesQuote from Xinhuan »
Babble, is really just a set of translation libraries that nobody maintains. ...
Quote from Ackis »
Regarding point 2... does commenting out a few new zones/bosses on the PTR matter/not matter?
okay you are right, this doesn't matter...
Quote from Moon Witch »
Is there actually a nice way to use one of both? lol I mean, some addons I'd use demand LibBabble - others Babble.
Feb 11, 2008_ForgeUser136437 posted a message on LibBabbleSpell-3.0 r60633 translator critical errorfixed in LibBabble-Spell-3.0 >=r60659 by rabbitPosted in: Libraries
Feb 11, 2008Posted in: General AddOnsQuote from lyly00 »
Very nice Addon, I like it very much!
Is it possible to have an option to choose if AP shows the profit or the selling price? (If you want to remember how much you sold something to know at which price you will sell it this time, the selling price is much more useful than the profit)
It needs to remember the selling price or calculate it from the profit (the AH cut is always 5% for faction and I don't remember if it is the same for the neutral AH)
Thank you for this work!
Hmmm I think such a feature is better realized with an other addon.
I wrote a little addon that saves item notes and myAHsellprices, but it needs some major cleanup before I can release it to the public ;)
Sure there are addons out there that can do this, but they do things that I do not want or has not the features I want in such an addon...
Feb 9, 2008attention: basic english incPosted in: Libraries
Some things I don't like:
The 'updates' issue:
If someone is adding something new to the default language (and this is in all cases enUS) PLEASE, PLEASE add this changes (at the alphabetically same line) in ANY! locales with a comment (-- infront). Why? It is sooo much work to check the diff everytime (or the diff from more than one revision - and the diff from enUS and xyXY) after any update that is made to the default language.
The 'futurestuff' issue:
2.) Please do not add stuff (currently Ackis [sorry!] to Babble-Tradeskill-2.2) that is (may be...) in any future patch! If you want, add it with a comment (-- infront [and remember point 1.)]) and remove the comment when it goes live! (LIVE! not PTR!)... 2.4? hey that are weeks/months...
EDIT: ok you are right, forget this...doesn't matter
And the shy hamster wanna know: (please: this one really needs some solution)
Babble-2.2 (Babble-Inventory-2.2, Babble-Spell-2.2 and Babble-Zone-2.2) has the same localized strings as
LibBabble-Inventory-3.0, LibBabble-Spell-3.0 and LibBabble-Zone-3.0.
Okay it has not, but ideally all should have the same. But, why has Babble* and LibBabble* not the same localized strings? Because someone has to maintain both versions. Doing point 1.) twice over and over again is horrible.
A simple solution could be: force authors to use one, freeze one, use one 'string'-file for both ...well I don't know... Anybody has some thoughts about this?
Sure, this is NO issue if you are using the enUS client...but if you are using deDE, esES, frFR, koKR, zhCN, zhTW, ruRU?! or whatever ... this is an issue!
Why I wrote this?
Because I want to know if this has been addressed in any way...
Because I want to know what the original author(s) of Babble* or LibBabble* (toc: ckknight [and in some way the whole Ace community]) think(s) about it...
Because I think we need some guides/rules for basic locales libs that are used in so many addons here!
And think about this one:
Which one is better: Babble* or LibBabble*?
The simple answer is:
Not the one that is better coded. It's the one that is frequently maintained!
Feb 8, 2008_ForgeUser136437 posted a message on Official Threat-1.0 error reporting and discussion threadPosted in: LibrariesQuote from Krulle »
Took a quick peek at the Souls.lua file, there's a typo on line 37, it says Souls:RegisterTranslations when it should say Souls:RegisterTranslation :)
typo is fixed
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