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    Glowing animation around TMW Aura?

    I've posted this a couple of times (my bad) but this thing's been troubling me quite a bit; is there a way for me to animate a TMW aura to glow when it comes off CD? Below is a SS of my TMW aura when they're available to be used.

    This is my current TMW aura when my ability is free to use, as you can see there's no animation or whatsoever to really shout 'i'm up, use me' everything's hectic during combat and i just need the thing to glow once i'm able to use it.

    Last edited by sinofasin; Yesterday at 10:54 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dilemma90 View Post
    Is this what your asking?

    http://imgur.com/a/r6TED
    If they were using WeakAuras, yes.
    But they were asking for TMW - TellMeWhen.

    Depending on the conditions for the free cast, see if this helps.
    Otherwise it might require a custom trigger.

    Quote Originally Posted by ComputerNerd View Post
    To clarify that further, what Drukqs said.

    /tmw
    Right-click your icon.
    Notifications (at the bottom), and you can select it there, along with what the trigger will be.
    Quote Originally Posted by ComputerNerd View Post
    Notifications - Add Notification - Animation (animate this icon or your entire screen)

    If the icon itself only shows when the ability is off cooldown, then you can use the On Show Trigger - Icon: Activation Border

    If it is shown all the time and can't use another trigger such as Opacity then use While Condition Set Passing - (set the animation) Icon: Activation Border
    However for this you need additional steps to add the condition, since you are doing it for a "set", as in potentially several.
    Trigger Conditions: Click to Add a Condition - Choose Type - Spells/Cooldowns - Spell cooldown - Type in the Spell name or ID, and set it to zero (is already by default).
    Quote Originally Posted by DeadmanWalking View Post
    Your forgot to include the part where we blame casuals for everything because blizzard is catering to casuals when casuals got jack squat for new content the entire expansion, like new dungeons and scenarios.
    Quote Originally Posted by Reinaerd View Post
    T'is good to see there are still people valiantly putting the "Ass" in assumption.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ComputerNerd View Post
    If they were using WeakAuras, yes.
    But they were asking for TMW - TellMeWhen.

    Depending on the conditions for the free cast, see if this helps.
    Otherwise it might require a custom trigger.
    Hey its you again but i tried meddling around with the functions with the steps you gave me but i just can't seem to get it right, could you be a little more detailed i'm really new to TMW dummy guide be it

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinofasin View Post
    Hey its you again but i tried meddling around with the functions with the steps you gave me but i just can't seem to get it right, could you be a little more detailed i'm really new to TMW dummy guide be it
    Much of it was simply me figuring it out as I went along last time.

    Not played on druid much, and have not set up this addon on it.
    So "bear" with me, and also making assumptions about the icon you have already created.

    I am assuming that the icon in question is doing something only when you receive the buff clearcasting.
    That will be the trigger we use.

    Right-click the icon, and at the bottom there is a tab labelled Notifications.

    Animation (animate this icon or your entire screen).
    If the icon increases in Opacity (becomes less transparent) when you receive the buff, choose On Opacity Increase.
    If it was completely hidden and shows on you receiving the buff, choose On Show.

    Animation to Use - Icon: Activation Border - Play Indefinitely.

    Now create a new notification, again via the same tab to stop the border animation, choose the opposite of whatever the trigger was, an Opacity decrease or an Icon On Hide.
    Animation to Use - Stop Animations.

    That "should" have the glowing animation when the condition of that icon is met, and disappear when it is not.

    If that icon is doing something else instead, let me know.
    An alternative approach might be to have it glow for as long as the condition is met, of you having the buff.
    That would be a different set of steps.
    Lets see if this one works for you first.
    Last edited by ComputerNerd; Today at 08:58 AM.
    Quote Originally Posted by DeadmanWalking View Post
    Your forgot to include the part where we blame casuals for everything because blizzard is catering to casuals when casuals got jack squat for new content the entire expansion, like new dungeons and scenarios.
    Quote Originally Posted by Reinaerd View Post
    T'is good to see there are still people valiantly putting the "Ass" in assumption.

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