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    Hi there, I'm trying to figure out how to use the "COMBAT_LOG_UNFILTERED" event in order to track when certain spells are cast. For some reason the example on WoWwikki isn't working at all, so I can't really see how it all works.

    Any assistance would most certainly be appreciated.

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    im assuming that you want to track "SPELL_CAST_SUCCESS" event, arguments for that are:
    timestamp,event,hideCaster,sourceGUID,sourceName,sourceFlags,sourceRaidFlags,destGUID,dest Name,destFlags,destRaidFlags,spellId,spellName,spellSchool
    arguments you will most likely need: event(in this case "SPELL_CAST_SUCCESS"), sourceName (caster), destName(target) and spellId or spellName
    Last edited by Ironi; 2013-11-08 at 03:20 AM.

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    First, don't use wowwiki. use wowpedia.org and wowprogramming.com.

    Here is the resource: http://wowpedia.org/COMBAT_LOG_EVENT

    Make sure you actually have the correct name (COMBAT_LOG_EVENT_UNFILTERED, which is not what you typed in your OP) and if you're pulling arguments from an event handler you're accounting for the self and event parameters.

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    Apologies for the misspelling in the OP, and thank you for the wowpedia suggestion.

    I think between before suggestions that'll get me going. Again thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baelic View Post
    Apologies for the misspelling in the OP
    I understood exactly what you meant, just was pointing out that it should be correct in your code. I've had plenty of frustration debugging my own stuff where I left out a word or used the wrong tense in an event name and spent way too much time before I realized why the event was never being caught by my handler.

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    Look at /eventtrace results when you're in a out-of-the-way place (so there's no clutter from other players doing things).
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