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    posted a message on Gnosis Castbars - Official Thread
    Quote from Phanx
    That's quite possibly the worst global frame name you could use... :(


    Naming is still totally up to the user.

    Sure, I should have prefixed all (user supplied) frame names when I initially wrote the addon. But I didn't. Since I haven't heard of any problems due to 'bad' bar naming in all those years, I just won't break compatibly for users who actually use the current frame names in any way.

    In the end, as long as it is not a real problem, I really don't care.
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    posted a message on Gnosis Castbars - Official Thread
    Quote from maven1979
    What are the frame names for the cast bars? A mouseover script showed "Player.bar" for the player castbar, but I assumed there was something more appropriate. Also Player.bar did not exist when I tried to access it with another addon (trying to frame it visually) and only through a /script command after the game was in use.

    Thanks


    All frame names match the Gnosis bar name (i.e. "Player" castbar uses frame "Player").

    The script "/script print(GetMouseFocus():GetName())" prints out the correct name while hovering your mouse over any frame.
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    posted a message on Gnosis Castbars - Official Thread
    Quote from elchefe
    This is not possible, Gnosis cannot sort non duration timers (fixed).

    Also, you have to split line 1 into two lines. (I'm also using the syntax for and/or coming with Gnosis 4.40/the current alpha, though Gnosis remains backwards compatible).

    not itemcd : Shards of Nothing
    & not cd : Shadowfiend
    & fixed sbcol="0,0,1" : Shadowfiend


    Well, turns out I was wrong. You can do this with Gnosis, but this is a two bar solution.

    1. create the first bar (I called it 001test) and add your (slightly improved) configuration; to hide any text you can always override the name format string (nfs="")

    not itemcd : Shards of Nothing
    & not cd sbcol="0,0,1" : Shadowfiend
    not itemcd sbcol="0,1,0" : Shards of Nothing
    not cd sbcol="0,1,0" : Shadowfiend

    2. create a second bar (probably with copy castbar, to get an equal copy of 001test), I called it 002test (but this does not matter at all) and add following config

    itemcd hidden="001test" : Shards of Nothing
    cd hidden="001test" : Shadowfiend
    sort : minrem

    3. success! ;D
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    posted a message on Gnosis Castbars - Official Thread
    Quote from RyanLikesBeer
    Is it possible to handle multiple cooldown timers in one and block? I'm trying to setup a timer for a trinket and a spell cooldown. Here's my code:

    and not itemcd : Shards of Nothing and not cd : Shadowfiend
    ... fixed sbcol="0,0,1" : Shadowfiend
    and not itemcd : Shards of Nothing
    ... fixed sbcol="0,1,0" : Shards of Nothing
    and not cd : Shadowfiend
    ... fixed sbcol="0,1,0" Shadowfiend
    itemcd : Shards of Nothing
    cd : Shadowfiend
    sort : minrem

    Ideally, this would show me a blue Shadowfiend icon if both are up, green Shards of Nothing if my trinket is up, green Shadowfiend if Shadowfiend is up, or whichever cooldown is lower.

    Thanks!


    This is not possible, Gnosis cannot sort non duration timers (fixed).

    Also, you have to split line 1 into two lines. (I'm also using the syntax for and/or coming with Gnosis 4.40/the current alpha, though Gnosis remains backwards compatible).

    not itemcd : Shards of Nothing
    & not cd : Shadowfiend
    & fixed sbcol="0,0,1" : Shadowfiend
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    posted a message on Gnosis Castbars - Official Thread
    Quote from HungryPillow
    I just started to configure Gnosis for all my toons and I have a quick question about the cooldown tracking.

    Is it possible to have it so when a spell is off cooldown, the bar does not disappear and have it displays a warning text that shows "Cast xxxx spell"? Or at the very least have the spell name and bar stay visible? Right now the way it's set up once the spell comes off cooldown the bar just disappears completely and if I wasn't looking I can't tell which spell it was that just became available.

    Thanks!


    Sure there is.

    Example for Mind Blast:
    and not cd : Mind Blast
    ... fixed nfs="Cast f'ing Mind Blast" sbcol="1,0,0" : Mind Blast
    cd : Mind Blast

    Explanation:
    If Mind Blast is not on cooldown the line below "and not cd : Mind Blast" will be executed (the "..." are optional). "fixed" will just display the text provided by the overridden name format string (nfs) using the icon provided by the spell to the right of ":". The status bar color is also overridden with an ugly red.

    Otherwise the actual cooldown of Mind Blast will be displayed (with default bar settings).
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    posted a message on Gnosis Castbars - Official Thread
    Quote from Kulte
    Hello,
    I really like the shadowpriest settings with gnosis that we can see in the first post....
    Is there a settings that I could import somewhere plz ?
    Regards


    Goto FAQ of Gnosis description -> success :) I might consider uploading my current shadow priest setup (since I'm raiding as shadow finally again), which is a lot fancier and even more full of win than the one shown in the pictures.
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    posted a message on Gnosis Castbars - Official Thread
    Quote from Sunderwhere
    Ok, I now have a new problem.

    I've managed to get my buffs/procs to show up, however, since Colossus Smash is a debuff, I now need to know if Gnosis can differentiate between my Colossus Smash and another warrior's?


    Yes it can, just add the keyword "mine". (e.g. debuff mine : Colossus Smash)
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    posted a message on Gnosis Castbars - Official Thread
    Quote from zoktar
    Thought id just ask here first, before i delve to deep into this, would it be possible as a tank to get castbars with healername, spellname, casttime, targeting me?. Its to make more effective use of cooldowns. To know when and what casting heal spell is going to land, and preferably a guessed amount of how much it will heal. it would normally never be more than about 3-4 castbars at any given moment, so no biggy on screen-space, compared to the info im getting. i fully understand if you wish plead the RTFM. =) /zok


    What you are describing sounds like a completely specialized addon which would scan for people healing you (or any other selectable unit) and would generate some useful data to be shown to the user. Gnosis is not intended to generate this kind of data.
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    posted a message on Gnosis Castbars - Official Thread
    Quote from Sunderwhere
    Is there any way to set this addon up to track trinket/talent procs?

    e.g. I'd like to have it track my Fury of Angerforge buff duration once I activate the trinket, and also to have it track my Colossus Smash or Enrage buff, if possible.

    I'm just not very good at coding addons and have no idea if this is even possible, and if it is, I can not figure out how to tell Gnosis to do so.


    Those talents/trinkets "proc" normal buffs. Therefore it's easy to track them with Gnosis (using timer bars, not castbars obviously).

    Colossus Smash cooldown:
    cd : Colossus Smash

    Colossus Smash buff duration:
    buff : Colossus Smash

    Show the trinket buff duration:
    buff : buffname (buffname might be "Fury of Angerforge" or something else, just look up the buff's name when using the trinket).

    Show the trinket cooldown:
    itemcd : Fury of Angerforge

    You'll find more information and examples inside Gnosis' description on curse/curseforge.
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    posted a message on Gnosis Castbars - Official Thread
    Quote from ElleynaX
    Hey, I absolutely love the customizability of Gnosis, but there seems to be two things that I'm not able to make it do. I'm a hunter and as of late I've been having to trap in raids. The first thing I've been trying to figure out is how to make a bar for a trap's duration. The cooldown on traps is 30 seconds but the duration they hang out on the ground for is 60 seconds. I can't seem to get a bar to appear for 60 after a trap is dropped. The second thing I'd love to have (but am not hopeful there's a way to actually do it) is to make another bar for when a trap is triggered. I'd imagine for accurate results the trapped target would need to by my focus, but even if I could make a bar for the duration the trap is SUPPOSED to last, I'd be happy. Thanks a bunch, and keep it up with a great addon.


    Please open a ticket for the trap duration part. I currently don't know how to do it, but I'll look into it.

    On your second part: If you focus the unit targeted by a trap you can always display the debuff the trap will probably apply. If a trap (or any other effect) is applied on a non-trackable unit (like player, target, focus, raidX, mouseover, ...) there is not much Gnosis can do. This would require extensive combat log parsing with additional tables of various (spell-)effects.
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    posted a message on Gnosis Castbars - Official Thread
    Quote from Bellante
    Hi there,

    been trying to set up an enhancer cd bar-system, to replace Shockandawe, and I've hit a snag. I'm able to do everything I want to do, except track the remaining time left on my Searing Totem (the actual totem, not the debuff on the target, which is obviously easy). Is it possible to track totems with Gnosis, and if not, is it something that will be coming in the future?


    Totem durations were clearly missing. Please check out the newest alpha if everything works correctly. The command is

    totemdur,additional stuff:1 through 4

    e.g. totemdur:1 (for the fire totem I guess)
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    posted a message on Gnosis Castbars - Official Thread
    Quote from Paksarra
    Hello. This is an excellent mod, and I'm enjoying it.

    I do have a question: is there any way to only show spells that can be interrupted, short of blacklisting every uninterpretable spell in the game (or whitelisting every spell I may wish to interrupt?) Granted, showing all spells in a very obvious position instead of tucked underneath the enemy's health bar has been surprisingly useful, but it still might be handy.


    That's exactly what black-/whitelisting is for. On top of that, what Jakobud said. :)
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    posted a message on Gnosis Castbars - Official Thread
    Quote from Twister
    Tested with the latest version (r175) and it doesn't seem to have changed. Still the same behavior i described in the posting you quoted.

    Edit: I'm about to go to bed now - but i've seen that r176 mentioned changes to staticdur behaviour in it's changelog. I'm going to try this version later when the europeen servers are back.


    I completely misread what you had written.

    The old staticdur behaviour was to show at least the full duration. Though, the behaviour you were expecting makes more sense and has been implemented in v2.60. Have fun.
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    posted a message on Gnosis Castbars - Official Thread
    Quote from Twister
    Thanks for the fixes for the zooming & static duration feature. I've setup a lot Gnosis-bars last weekend :!:
    Right now i've 3 multitimer bars (for a couple of targets) setup with:
    Bar1: dot,mine,recast=3.0,staticdur=25,zoom=3:Devouring Plague
    Bar2: dot,mine,recast=3.0,staticdur=25,zoom=5:Vampiric Touch
    Bar3: dot,mine,recast=3.0,staticdur=25,zoom=3:Shadow Word: Pain
    wich are working fine so far, but if i change staticdur to a value lower than 25 i would expect a different behavior:

    Lets say i would change it on each bar to 12: By setting this i would expect bars with a duration left greater than 12 to stay full until the duration falls below 12.
    In reality Gnosis shows these Bars like without the staticdur setting by setting their maxduration = debuffduration since all debuffs are lasting longer than 12 seconds. Is this working like intended?

    However - i really love gnosis for the zoomfeature wich i haven't seen on any other barmod so far! Keep up the great work!


    Fixed in one of the last alphas.
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    posted a message on Gnosis Castbars - Official Thread
    Quote from Jakobud
    Great addon! Very impressive so far...

    Two questions/requests:

    1. Is it possible to have the castbar be a different color if the cast is interruptible? I can see that you have the option to only make the border color different if it is interruptible. Is this a feature you would consider adding in? I ask because usually I turn off the border altogether. And the current castbar addon (called Castbars) is the only castbar addon I've been able to find that supports the changing of the castbar color for interruptible spells. But Gnosis appears far superior and I'd like to use it instead. I usually make interruptible spells yellow castbars and non-incorruptible grey. That way it is immediately obvious as to whether or not I can interrupt. I don't even really have to look at the castbar itself I just see the color and decide to interrupt or not. Would be nice if I didn't have to look for the little border color to see if I should interrupt or not.

    2. I see that I can Save my configuration... But how do I use that configuration elsewhere? For example, I made a config I like for one of my characters. When I switch characters, there is no way to copy the config from the other character or choose from saved configurations. Have you considered using WowAce's profiles scheme? It works very well and makes it easy to copy/save profiles/configs from one character to another...


    1. alpha r175 should work fine

    2. Hiding character specific configurations from other chars is done so by design. Gnosis configuration can get really big, Making all of them visible to all chars means high (and unnecessary) memory consumption. (Some people care more about memory consumption and some don't, I just cannot make this right for everyone, I'll stick with the current design)

    Still, no one stops you from saving configurations and loading them from other chars. You could also export single bars and import them on others.
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