Me too. Resilience has quickly become The PvP Stat - for all classes - RatingBuster is an incomplete mod for people who spend a significant amount of time pvping.Quote fromNot functionally, no, but I'd like to see a summary for resilience comparisons to know how to best spend my precious AP at a glance =)
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Aug 5, 2007Posted in: General AddOns
Jul 15, 2007_ForgeUser23274 posted a message on Healers targeting me / Players assisting me / action performed / healthbarDorje's Healing Bars (sp?) does some of what you're requesting. It gives you casting bars for all the heals that are targeting either yourself or your target. It's build for everyone to have the mod and for it to talk to itself, but it will still work independently, although not as accurate. (cast times might be off, +healing/talents vary)Posted in: Addon Ideas
Mar 20, 2007Posted in: Unit Frames
in your WTF/Account/<account>/SavedVariables/ folder there should be a file called ag_UnitFrames.lua and ag_UnitFrames.lua.bak. The .lua file is your settings, the .bak file is the backup settings. Replace the current settings with the backup settings and you should be somewhere on the right track. (my backup is from about a week ago, and I've made changes since then. Oh well.)Quote from br00tal »What can i do?
Feb 26, 2007New bug 25Feb on login:Posted in: General AddOns
[2007/02/25 21:58:49-949-x1]: Baggins_ItemRack-2007-02-25\Baggins_ItemRack.lua:411: attempt to index field '?' (a nil value) <in C code>: ? AceEvent-2.0-25921 (Ace2):251: in function `TriggerEvent' AceEvent-2.0-25921 (Ace2):962: in function <Interface\AddOns\Ace2\AceEvent-2.0\AceEvent-2.0.lua:955> ---
Feb 18, 2007That looks like German.Posted in: General AddOns
Another bug, happens whenever I mouseover a recipe I don't have the mats for. It also happens when I mouseover a Netherweave Bandages; maybe it has something to do with having the same mats as heavy netherweave bandages.
[2007/02/17 17:30:12-921-x72]: Manufac-1.9\Manufac.lua:410: bad argument #1 to 'gsub' (string expected, got nil) Manufac-1.9\Manufac.lua:410: in function `GetPriceData' Manufac-1.9\Manufac.lua:1070: in function `Menu' Manufac-1.9\Manufac.lua:683: in function `PreMenu' Manufac-1.9\Manufac.lua:654: in function <Interface\AddOns\Manufac\Manufac.lua:653> Dewdrop-2.0-27958 (DewdropLib):1675: in function <...erface\AddOns\DewdropLib\Dewdrop-2.0\Dewdrop-2.0.lua:1624> Dewdrop-2.0-27958 (DewdropLib):2424: in function <...erface\AddOns\DewdropLib\Dewdrop-2.0\Dewdrop-2.0.lua:2385> Dewdrop-2.0-27958 (DewdropLib):399: in function <...erface\AddOns\DewdropLib\Dewdrop-2.0\Dewdrop-2.0.lua:385> ---
Feb 16, 2007Posted in: General AddOns
Ahhh. Well, no, don't 'switch', because KCI .9 is still the official release. There ought to be a way for you to support both KCI .9x and KCI 1.x though. If we could have that it would be perfect.Quote from Nymbia »ooh, using ace2 KCI, huh? Should I switch support over to it?
I reverted back to KCI .9 just so manufac would work; unfortunatelly it means reinstalling ace 1.x and acegui.
Feb 15, 2007Posted in: General AddOns
I get the following error, with cooking, revision 28036:Quote from Nymbia »
What's the error?Quote from CJNyfalt »
- First Aid produced an error box and doesn't work.
[2007/02/15 14:15:05-904-x1]: Manufac-1.9\Manufac.lua:409: attempt to index field 'common' (a nil value) Manufac-1.9\Manufac.lua:1070: in function `Menu' Manufac-1.9\Manufac.lua:683: in function `PreMenu' Manufac-1.9\Manufac.lua:654: in function <Interface\AddOns\Manufac\Manufac.lua:653> Dewdrop-2.0-27958 (DewdropLib):1675: in function <...erface\AddOns\DewdropLib\Dewdrop-2.0\Dewdrop-2.0.lua:1624> Dewdrop-2.0-27958 (DewdropLib):2424: in function <...erface\AddOns\DewdropLib\Dewdrop-2.0\Dewdrop-2.0.lua:2385> Dewdrop-2.0-27958 (DewdropLib):399: in function <...erface\AddOns\DewdropLib\Dewdrop-2.0\Dewdrop-2.0.lua:385>also:
[2007/02/15 14:15:06-904-x1]: Manufac-1.9\Manufac.lua:409: attempt to index field 'common' (a nil value) Manufac-1.9\Manufac.lua:1070: in function `Menu' Manufac-1.9\Manufac.lua:683: in function `PreMenu' Manufac-1.9\Manufac.lua:654: in function <Interface\AddOns\Manufac\Manufac.lua:653> Dewdrop-2.0-27958 (DewdropLib):1675: in function <...erface\AddOns\DewdropLib\Dewdrop-2.0\Dewdrop-2.0.lua:1624> Dewdrop-2.0-27958 (DewdropLib):490: in function <...erface\AddOns\DewdropLib\Dewdrop-2.0\Dewdrop-2.0.lua:425>
Feb 15, 2007Posted in: FuBar AddOns
QFT. I agree with you, but phrase it better. ::)Quote from sylvanaar »
While laced with flame-bait, your point is valid.
I find the best way to modify the FuBar settings is by editing the FuBar.lua file in the SavedVariables folder, and never to never use separate profiles for different characters; I use the addons list at the character select screen to enable/disable specific FuBar addons.
Nov 8, 2006Posted in: Libraries
I'm a fairly intelligent invdividual, and frankly, this readme is confusing as fuck. I've written a few Ace addons. (that you probably haven't seen, that I've only released it to friends)Quote from OttoDeFe »
From the ReadMeDammit:
Copy these folders into your WoW addon path, open WinAceUpdater and choose mark installed addons.
So yes, copy the folders into your Addons directory, and update the Libs like any other Addon.
spell it out in teh dumb letters. Step by step, for real.
Oct 1, 2006Posted in: General AddOns
Note that self-cast mods will affect the behavior of friendly-only spells like these.Quote from maia »still investigating
With EgoCast enabled, casting Purify and Cleanse on an enemy target gives "Nothing to dispel".
If I disable EgoCast, casting Purify and Cleanse on an enemy/neutral target gives me a hand.
Sep 24, 2006Posted in: AddOn HELP!
QFT; Visor wins. If anything, Visor needs to be ace2'd, not moveanything.Quote from PProvost »
The closest I've found to the OP's ask is Visor, which isn't Ace2 but is pretty tight.
If you are going to try it, be sure to install VisorGUI too.
Sep 17, 2006Posted in: General Chat
You're either completely right, or completely freaking totally wrong. (impossible to overemphasize the latter without using obsceneties)Quote from freedon »KTM (Guild required) ----> really not needed
For warriors, rogues, mages, warlocks, hunters, feral druids, KTM thread meters is absolutely mandatory. For other classes; your aggro won't beat out one of the above classes.
KTM is there to tell the off tanks how much aggro they should have. Off tanks need to hold more aggro than all other members of the raid, but not out aggro the maintank. If they don't know how much aggro the rest of the raid has, they won't be able to tell they need to throw a few sunders to stay ahead. If they don't need to generate aggro to over-aggro random_warlock_00, they should use their rage to do damage with MS/BT rather than aggro generating abilities.
Also, the difference between a guild that starts a fight with "Don't attack until 3 sunders have landed" and a guild that starts a fight with "Burn him the hell down" is KTMTM. A non-KTMTM guild guesses, a KTMTM guild knows. The rogues in my guild don't pop feint unless they need to; for them, KTMTM is a 25% buff to energy regeneration.
Also; about EngInventory, OneBag, MrPlow, etc; I use advanced bags plus, although I couldn't recomend it to someone with UI performance issues. It's a beast on memory, but I can't live without it.
Also, if your framerate really drops to shit during a raid, it's probably one addon causing problems. Get one of the mods that lets you enable/disable mods in-game and spend a raid enabling/disabling everything two at a time.
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