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    posted a message on ClassTimer - Official thread
    Quote from Ralex »

    Quote from Ominous »

    i dont see why it would be as it works on windows and runs through the same zip script as theothers


    Me either, but something changed between r38181.1001 [the version on Curse Gaming] and the current version.

    The earlier version has all the sub folders within the Libs folder on unzip [which works], the current version has them all as Morduk detailed [at the same tree level with \ separators].

    I will look later at all the beta versions of ClassTimer, and will be able to pinpoint when the change occurred.


    Ok, the process went bad between r40690 [which unzips fine] and r40724 [which unzips as Morduk describes].

    Something happened between those two versions to cause the problem.
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    posted a message on ClassTimer - Official thread
    Quote from Ominous »

    i dont see why it would be as it works on windows and runs through the same zip script as theothers


    Me either, but something changed between r38181.1001 [the version on Curse Gaming] and the current version.

    The earlier version has all the sub folders within the Libs folder on unzip [which works], the current version has them all as Morduk detailed [at the same tree level with \ separators].

    I will look later at all the beta versions of ClassTimer, and will be able to pinpoint when the change occurred.
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    posted a message on ClassTimer - Official thread
    Quote from Morduk »

    Quote from Ominous »

    Quote from Morduk »

    On Mac I have a problem with folder names; when I unzip the package, inside the ClassTimer folder I get a lot of folders named line "Libs\AceLocale", "Libs\AceDB", "Libs\SharedMedia" etc..
    Found out that there should be only "Libs" directory and under it there should be directories named like "AceLocale", "AceDB", "SharedMedia" etc..
    This might be because of how the zip package is made (just my guess..), since on windows you have directories separated with backslash (C:\Program Files\Temp\) and on Mac it's slash (/Users/Morduk/)

    So Mac users have to do some manual fixing every time we update the ClassTimer to a new version.

    Otherwise the addon is great, thanks!

    i dont know what you mean

    I mean that when i unzip the ClassTimer.zip i get weird directory structure.

    ClassTimer
    --Bars
    --Locales
    --Libs\AceAddon <--- this is a directory name that actually contains a backslash sign
    --Libs\AceConsole <--- same here
    --Libs\AceDB <--- and here

    and so on..

    When it should be like this:

    ClassTimer
    --Bars
    --Locales
    --Libs <--- This is how it should be, directory name is Libs without any backslahes etc.
    ----AceAddon <--- And this is a subdirectory under the Libs directory
    ----AceConsole
    ----AceDB

    And so on..


    Let me second that emotion. As a Mac user, I wondered why all Classtimer versions past a certain4 date were broken for me, but nothing from others.

    My guess is that this is a ClassTimer specific problem. I look at my other Ace addons, including recent versions, and they have the "correct" directory structure.
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    posted a message on Bartender3 - Action Bar AddOn for WoW 2.0
    Quote from Xavalia »

    I have this issue now everday atleast 3-4 times and it is driving me nuts:

    at random times and places it simply switch bar 1 with another random bar, whether the visibility or the bar being disabled has no effect (all my empty bars are disabled yet it swithes to it at random).
    I have been unable to solve this issue and only way to get it back to normal is to restart the game. Reload ui has no effect what so ever. It happened to both in and out of combat or when I did nothing or no skill being used. It is totally random and annoying.

    Sorry I am not able to tell you how to reproduce it >.<

    Only information I have is that I am a shadow priest, all of the bars aside from 1 are hidden and bar 5 to 10 are disabled. I have set Bar 1 to switch to bar 2 when in shadow form and visa versa.


    Based on my limited experience, and my earlier question, what you are likely doing is holding down the shift key and pressing a number key.

    i.e. SHIFT-3 will swap bar 1 for bar 3.

    See if that allows you to reproduce it.
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    posted a message on Bartender3 - Action Bar AddOn for WoW 2.0
    Thanks for the help on the cooldown mod above.

    I have another question about bar paging. With a rogue character bar paging is a must.

    I like to put macro'd buttons in my action bars that use modifier keys to change their actions and trigger them from one of my mouse buttons.

    The SHIFT key is a favorite modifier of mine for my macros.

    However, the SHIFT key + a number key does an action bar page shift in Bartender3.

    Disabling bar paging entirely allows the use of the SHIFT key for macro modifying, but then rogue stance shifts can't work to shift action bars.

    Is there a way to keep bar paging for stance shifts, but disable it for the SHIFT key?

    Alternately, is there another workaround to this problem?

    Thanks, Ralex
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    posted a message on Bartender3 - Action Bar AddOn for WoW 2.0
    Quote from Hincey »

    Hello there been using Bartender3 for a long time now, love it. Just since the last patch i cant see my cooldowns on any of my bars and cant see an option to turn it on. Have deleted my hole WTF file just to try get this sorted but to no avail. Do i have to DL an extra addon to do the cooldown now? If so what is it? If not what am i doing wrong? Any help is most appreciated.


    I just started using Bartender3, but have the same problem.

    I understand there are supposed to be cooldown counts, but they don't appear on the buttons and I can't find where in the options or gui menu to turn them on or off.
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