• posted a message on CursorCDtimer

    I'm afraid I will not add any more features to this addon. My aim, as a lua noob, was to maintain it functional as much as I could and not turn it into a multi-tasking addon that I personally have no need, and most likely, not enough expertise for. Sorry to disappoint. I will put in a statement into the description as I'm getting alot of requests to add features. I will edit the other spells you pointed it. 

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    I cannot recreate this issue on my Paladin, and cannot find a fix within the code for the swing timer either. The only advice I can give to you is to reset the addon, or going to your WoW directory>Account>YOURACCOUNTNAME>SavedVariables and delete CursorCDtimer.lua and CursorCDtimer.lua.bak.

    You will need to set it up again, but it doesn't take too long and usually fixes most problems. If it's not that then I don't know how to help you, since I don't have the issue you are describing. 

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    I can look into it but no promises, as I'm still a beginner regarding lua :) 

    I'm quite busy these days so don't know when I'll have the time. But thanks for bringing it up, I haven't actually ever paid much attention to it. 

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    Putting this on top for visibility:

    For those who can't open the settings: Is it working now with the update? If not, then you probably have an issue in the saved variables.

    I recommend going to your WoW directory>Account>YOURACCOUNTNAME>SavedVariables and delete CursorCDtimer.lua and CursorCDtimer.lua.bak.

    You will need to set it up again, but the command to open it should work then. :) 

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  • posted a message on CursorCDtimer

    Is it working now with the update? If not, then you probably have an issue in the saved variables.

    I recommend going to your WoW directory>Account>YOURACCOUNTNAME>SavedVariables and delete CursorCDtimer.lua and CursorCDtimer.lua.bak.

    You will need to set it up again, but the command to open it should work then. :) 

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