So I had a great idea for the Power text on my PitBull unit frames, but I do not really know anything about LUA coding. So, for Hunters, Rogues, and probably Warriors, it's a really big deal not to cap out on power. Under all circumstances you want to do your best to avoid ever actually hitting 100 while raiding.
For this reason, I have my Focus text positioned where I can easily see it and it's big and obvious. However, I was thinking that it would be better if it had some conditions and changed colors according to them.
if Power < 70 color would be white
if 70 < Power < 90 color would be orange
if Power > 90 color would be red
As you can see, I really don't know how to code this, but I thought I would call out to the community and see if anyone would be interested in throwing this together and sharing. Any advice would also be helpful... maybe someone has already done this, and I just couldn't find it through browsing. Anyway, thanks in advance.
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Oct 13, 2011I am trying to save a separate profile for recount, but every I alter the profiles in any way it locks up my game completely. I tried deleting all of the profiles but the one with the settings I am using, and I uninstalled and reinstalled the addon. This did not fix the problem though. Is anyone else having this problem, or is there a solution to it already?Posted in: General AddOns
Aug 15, 2010Ok, so I reset my addon folders by deleting them out of my World of Warcraft folder. That would be the Interface Folder and the WTF Folder. After that I downloaded the addons I needed and set up my whole UI, exactly like I want it. The problem is that I set it up without running wow as an administrator, therefore there was no WTF Folder to save the settings to. As long as I run the game normally, everything still works fine, but I have two accounts and I need the WTF folder to be able to transfer the settings to the other account. Also, I have no way to back up these settings and it took me a long time to actually get everything set up. When I run the game as an administrator, it runs it as if I had never changed any addon settings and creates a new WTF folder. Obviously the setting are being saved somehow, but how can I get them to stick, even when I run as administrator?Posted in: AddOn HELP!
Also, if I run the game as an admin it creates the WTF folder. Then I run the game again, not as an admin, it has all of the addon settings intact. Blizzard hasn't provided me with any assistance of course because they consider this an addon issue. Can anyone point me in the right direction to being able to bring all of these settings into the WTF folder?
I'm running Windows 7, and my WoW folder is located at C:\Program Files (x86)\World of Warcraft. Interesting note here, I moved the WoW folder to C:\Users\Public\Documents\Blizzard Entertainment\World of Warcraft at one point to see if that would help. When I did this is ran WoW "as if" I had run it as an admin. So I didn't have any of my saved settings anymore, and it created and managed the WTF folder fine. I then deleted the WTF Folder again and moved the whole folder back to C:\Program Files (x86)\World of Warcraft. And it's back to how it was in the first place, I have all my saved settings, but it won't create and manage the WTF folder unless I run as admin. I also tried running WoW from a second windows profile with admin rights and it created and managed the WTF folder but I didn't have any of my settings.
It seems like WoW has my settings saved somewhere, but when it has the ability to write the WTF folder, it just reads the settings from there... which is no settings.
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