So - 1440x900
Got 1 "issue" - the red box I have NO CLUE what it is.
Also, like ive asked, how can i get my debuffs like the buffs above the player frame?
The bit inbetween is a weakaura for my debuffs on my target (that i was given by someone on here a while back) that ima use for my eclipse bar and dots for the now at least, I'd like to get the dots on my target like the buffs on the player frame so i can do away with WA.
Last edited by Treeston; 2013-06-20 at 07:56 AM.
After 10 years, I've finally put down WoW for good. It was a good run.
That is not dead which can eternal lie.
And with strange aeons even death may die.
Project I'm working on. Can't show much yet since it's in very early dev stage ^^
c&c plz !
an fancy tooltip with an 1px border.
set up weakauras
do something nice with the lua texts ( ideas are welcome )
need help with:
I'm looking for some icons on the partyframes to track my buffs, preferably they way those square icons work on grid
I would like to change the LFG icon on the minimap. Is it possible to make it a little square / rectangle instead of this fugly blizz icon?
Lots of credit to all posters in this thread for giving me inspiration and ideas.
lots of credit to Zork, Carebear, Ish, Jeremypwnz, and many others <3
Last edited by Jules; 2013-06-21 at 07:57 AM.
Skada has had built-in support for condensed numbers since version r446, dated back to April 1st. This option is found in "General options" -> "Number format", this option will enable/disable condensed numbers for both damage and dps.
If you instead are seeking to have only one of the numbers condensed, you can do so by removing the function wrap from the number you do not want to be condesed in the lines 217-221 in Damage.lua and leaving the in-game option for condensed numbers on.
Example, stop the condensing of dps numbers:
Code:d.valuetext = Skada:FormatValueText( Skada:FormatNumber(player.damage), self.metadata.columns.Damage, Skada:FormatNumber(dps), self.metadata.columns.DPS, string.format("%02.1f%%", player.damage / set.damage * 100), self.metadata.columns.Percent )