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    posted a message on Saved Variables Randomly Wiping Out
    Thanks for the tips! I went ahead and fixed my filters. Since 3.1 changed what all gets passed in I just kind of abandoned the arguments which is why that unused "msg" variable is there (lazy me), but I didn't know I shouldn't just call arg1 directly, so thanks for that.

    My coding's pretty shoddy, I know. I basically self-teach off bits from WoW Wiki. A lot of that information seems to be out-dated though, or not easily located, so my stuff probably looks horrifying to professional or experienced progammers.

    Anyway, the pointers are much appreciated!
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    posted a message on Saved Variables Randomly Wiping Out
    Users of one of my addons are reporting their saved variables are just randomly being wiped out. I've actually experienced it myself, too.

    I thought I had fixed it with my last two versions, as I hadn't seen it myself or gotten any more complaints about it for two weeks, but someone just reported the problem again yesterday. They may be using an older version though, I haven't heard back from them yet.

    Here's the Curse project link:
    http://wow.curse.com/downloads/wow-addons/details/goml.aspx

    The 0.4 version is the last time I'd seen the bug personally, I thought I had squashed it with 0.5's release. The issue (I thought) was that I was registering for OnEvent above my actual declaration for the function it called. This is my second addon and my first time going all-LUA, so it took me a while to catch on that the order mattered in that case.

    I would greatly appreciate it if a more experienced author than I could review my code and see if anything sticks out that might be causing this problem. It's a relatively small addon, and there's probably some obvious problem I'm missing, but I don't know all the differences between using XML and pure LUA.
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    posted a message on Bartender4 - Official Topic
    So I understand why button/bar paging doesn't work for Paladin auras and the like, but I don't get why visibility doesn't.

    Buddy of mine wants his Metamorphosis bar to only show when he's actually using MM, so I figured a "[stance:1]show;hide" conditional would do the job, but it doesn't work. So I started fiddling with my own stuff, and as a Paladin even the default checkboxes included with Bartender don't work to hide my bars when I'm under a certain aura.

    Can anyone shed some light on this?
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    posted a message on Omen2
    Well after a brief search I couldn't find anyone else with my problem, so here we go.

    Ever since the version that added the "shake" warning option, Omen's Warnings won't kick in if I don't have the Omen window open. I play in 1024x768 resolution so I have precious little screenspace, and I usually just would keep the Omen window closed and use the red screen flash warning.

    Now, I can hit the "test" button in the Warning option screen and it works. And it works in the field when I keep Omen open, but it no longer works with the Omen GUI not visible.

    Bit of an old problem I know since the shake was added months ago, but I haven't been playing much so I never bothered to try and figure out the problem until now, and even after several updates it's persisted. Am I stuck having to keep it open, or can anyone help me out? Thanks!
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    posted a message on Recount
    Greetings! I've been using Recount for a couple weeks now, and I have a question or two about the data:

    On the detailed summary reports, I noticed there are "Damage Focus" and "Healing Focus" fields. What exactly do the numbers here represent?

    Also, a minor bug to report: On the pie charts if there is an excessive number of objects (targets/spells/whatever) shown the colors start to seemingly randomly change around. I didn't see anyone else report this issue so it may be something on my end.
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