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    posted a message on Grid
    Quote from Phanx
    Grid > Layout > Raid Layout > By Group 25

    Will show groups 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 only, regardless of how many people are in your raid.


    That's what I have selected, however when anyone is moved in the raid or someone leaves/joins, it defaults back to By Group 40

    Edit: I cleared out all my Grid settings and installed from scratch. It seems to be working fine now.
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    posted a message on Grid
    Quote from Phanx
    ...plugin*. By default Grid does not have a "Static Layout" setting -- this means you are using a third-party plugin whose sole purpose is to automatically change your layout based on (probably) the number of people in your raid. If you don't want this feature, why would you install such a plugin? Read the plugin descriptions, and don't just mass-download everything you can find with "Grid" in its name.:rolleyes:


    Even with the plugins removed, Grid still isn't giving the desired result. Is it even possible for Grid to show what I want?
    Posted in: Grid & Grid2
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    posted a message on Grid
    Quick question...I believe it was answered earlier but I wanted to clarify.

    I want Grid to show the first 5 groups of a raid and it works somewhat by setting the Static Layout as By Group 25. Unfortunately when someone joins/leaves the raid or groups are changed, it goes back to showing everyone in the raid. Is it possible to only ever show the first 5 groups?
    Posted in: Grid & Grid2
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    posted a message on DogTag Questions Go Here
    I could use a little help with this macro. Everything works great on NPCs with first, middle, last names. If they have two names (first,last) and the first is greater than 11 characters, then it truncates it down to an initial. Unfortunately it isn't working for PCs with names of 12 characters or more. For example, if someone had a toon named 'Longplayername', the macro produces 'Longplayern. Longplayern'.

    [(if (Abbreviate(Name) and Length(Name) > 11) then
    Abbreviate(Name):Substring(1, (Length(Abbreviate(Name)) - 1)):Append(". ") Name:Replace(" ", " "):Substring(-15, -1):Replace(" ", ""):Truncate(11, nil)
    else
    Name:Truncate(11, nil)
    end)]
    Posted in: Unit Frames
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