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    @Ammako: Those changes have been incorporated within 5.12.4.70300 but please check for full functionality on your server cluster.  My testing is limited to a two-server cluster without spaces in the names.  Thanks.

     

    @zilchdemon: A few people have requested that over the years but that sort of functionality would be an extensive time-burner.  Something I have little of is free time at the moment.  Did I mention that having a real job can really impact your fun-time?

     

    @coani: See above.  I update those sites as I have time.  Being a one-man show at this point is not easy.

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    @Ammako: Thanks for the alert about TitanGold.  I'll get those into the code and hopefully release a new patch tomorrow.  Also, good catch on the "for ms = 1, 2 do".  I believe I did that "2" for testing as I was on a two server merged environment.  I never converted it over properly and since I'm not playing much anymore (work/real life) I rely on others to notice problems and my horrible mistakes.

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    @KeldorDE: Yep, the latest version updated the Ace3 and LibUIDropDownMenu libraries so this issue should be resolved.  Sorry for the inconvenience.

     

    @sharkalanche: I was having a heck of a time getting that world map to throw the error.  It appears that if you open it with "m", as I always do, you don't see the error.  However, opening up the quest log causes the map to appear and <BOOM!>.  Found the problem and fixed it.  Blizzard deprecated the WorldMapFrameSizeUpButton frame so I had to use a different check.


    @Kanegasi (Palaurus): Thanks for keeping me company while I worked through the problem.

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    @sharkalanche: That error is within TitanLocation and not SexyMap.  I cannot believe that in playing last night I never once hit the map screen but I do suppose it is possible as my available playing time is extremely limited.  I will work on it when I get home from work tonight.  In fact, I know that call and code very well and it's what I use to see if the map is in full or mini mode for coordinate display location.  Obviously Blizzard changed something in the API, yet again, between PTR and release.  <sigh>  You'd think that after a decade, I'd be used to it by now.

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    @Everyone: Due to versioning problems with the !NoTaint_UIDropDownMenu library which caused a great number of errors to falsely appear to originate within Titan Panel, the team (which means me) has decided to migrate over to a fork of that library named LibUIDropDownMenu.  This new library is being maintained by Arith, the author of Atlas.  This should lessen the problems moving forward.  The only downside to this change is that all plugin authors should read the 2017-05-31 alert posted over at the Titan Panel Portal site.  The changes are relatively simple so if you see a plugin error that is not part of the core plugins within the Titan Panel package, please refer the author of the plugin to our portal site listed above.  Thank you for your patience.

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    @Everyone: I am aware that the current version of Titan Panel is using a bad NoTaint_UIDropDownMenu library.  And yes, the NoTaint_UIDropDownMenu library has been going through some dramatic changes over the past month which has caused us all no small amount of stress but I hope that they have the problems resolved.  I will attempt to fix the library problem tomorrow as my new job is keeping me much too busy as of late.  In fact, it's well past my bedtime.

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    @Sifhyr: This is being caused by "HandyNotesBrokenShore, vv1.14"  Please ask the author to update their NoTaint_UIDropDownMenu library to the latest version.

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    @Gizmojo & Sifhyr : Thank you for the alert.  This has been repaired within the 5.11.4.70200 release.

     

    @huldu: Interesting question.  I'll have to investigate but currently, it'll either lock to the right or, if you manually change the alignment, it will adjust per your normal plugins.

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    @Tankbot: I just keep my hearthstones in my bags and just right-click on them when needed.  I've never put them into my action bars.  But, that being said, I'm sure there is a way to make it happen.  Unfortunately, I lack the time to tackle the development.

     

    @Sauravisus: I'd be surprised if someone hasn't already created a Titan Panel or LDB plugin for that functionality at this point.  As referenced above, due to a new job, I lack free time to tackle any additional development.

     

    @Perrins: We've seen this happen before.  It's a problem with the way that WoW writes out the data for SavedVariables when it crashes.  There is literally nothing I can do from the addon side to resolve this.  But, there is always a but, the WoW client keeps a backup copy of all SavedVariable files with the name <addon>.lua.bak.  Quit WoW and find the Titan.lua.bak file in your SavedVariables directory and copy it to the same directory as Titan.lua and this should restore your settings.

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    @zorgahl: Right-click on the Titan Panel bar and select Configuration.  Click on the AddOns tab and press the "+" symbol next to Titan Panel.  Select "Scale and Font".  The options are in there.

     

    @GeneralsChris: Copy over the file located in "World of Warcraft/WTF/Account/<account_name>/SavedVariables/Titan.lua" and everything will work just the same.

     

    @morchante: Yes, that would work but you'll also get everything rather than just the Titan Panel configuration.

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