• posted a message on Executive Assistant

    It's a known issue that I hope to have repaired in the next code update; treat the timers as single-use to avoid it. (You're only the second person to report that behavior)

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  • posted a message on Flight Map Enhanced & Times

     I think this addon might finally be dead.

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  • posted a message on ItemRack

    That is the way to correct it, or the more readable version:

    PlaySound(SOUNDKIT.IG_CHARACTER_INFO_OPEN)

     

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  • posted a message on Executive Assistant

    See 1.0.7 and let me know if that corrects the issues.

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  • posted a message on Executive Assistant

    That's because I'm an idiot and forgot I pushed sounds in ExecAssist; sorry about that. For a temp fix. you can remark out any lines with "playsound" -- it'll be quiet but error free. New update hopefully tonight or tomorrow (some half-installed updates need finishing too)

     

    Ok, 1.0.6 was uploaded with some new things and the playsound() call using SOUNDKIT lookups; however, for some reason it's not migrating over here after several hours so you might want to pick it up off of the SourceForge link.

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  • posted a message on Executive Assistant

    Thanks. I'll set those up as default values in the next release.

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  • posted a message on Executive Assistant

    Try the following (feel free to tweak the alpha)

    <span style="color: #003300;">hf:SetShadowColor(0, 0, 0, .75); hf:SetShadowOffset(1, -1)
    sf:SetShadowColor(0, 0, 0, .75); sf:SetShadowOffset(1, -1)
    ssf:SetShadowColor(0, 0, 0, .75); ssf:SetShadowOffset(1, -1)</span>

     The initial position of the shadow is precisely that of the fontstring itself.

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  • posted a message on Executive Assistant

    2: Shadow isn't a flag, it's a separate styling: fontinstance:SetShadowColor(r,g,b[,a]) which you can add if you like; I didn't know how comfortable you'd be with editing Lua. If you're going to go all perfectionist, you should be aware of fontinstance:SetShadowOffset(x, y) too.

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  • posted a message on Executive Assistant

    1: Task Window Options > Task Window Width > Width Constraint: Set to None
    Be aware that the text absolutely will not word-wrap by design, it introduced too many problems in proof-of-concept testing, the addressment of which would exceed the TW's usage scope.

     

    As I often have entries that fill over half my screen (bug reports, dev notes, etc), when using the TW to process those, I prefix the name to what will sit in the window usefully (e.g., BUG: Manual Entry Dlg: Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit...") but long entries really exceed the intended usage scope for the TW.

     

    2: Control for font shadowing / other flags wasn't added. You can add them yourself if you like; ExecAssist doesn't need new versioning all that often so the annoyance level would be pretty low.
    On or about line 102 of ea_TaskWindow is the line

    function ExecAssist:loadFontStrings()

    The three font objects are assigned there and you can add any desired flags in the "" at the end.
    see https://wow.gamepedia.com/API_FontInstance_SetFont for additional reference

     

    I can't say if that will/won't be part of a future update.

     

    3: The alpha-control was omitted from those opt-table entries during the design rough-in. I don't recall off-hand if it was because of the blizzard-bugged color picker (which has since, blissfully, been fixed) or (more probably) discussion with alpha testers. It's in my re-test notes for the next release.

     

    4: ExecAssist doesn't offer that however there is an intern module that gives you that flexibility. See Occupied Intern in the Addon Description above. Note that the Intern Modules aren't intended to be fully-fledged but guide-posts, so their logic/operation isn't as robust as ExecAssist.

     

     

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  • posted a message on World Quest Group Finder

    No argument on either but as I deal with both of those issues (when not using a flight-route to change zones) it's just a matter of choosing the most efficient route after a glance at the map then heading more-or-less the right direction via the map till the zone changes and WQT's trackers kick in; sometimes that means I'm flying past 3-4 "closer" WQs to the one that starts a more efficient order. It's not like there's enough WQs that you really have to use a Routes-like addon to manage it for you.

     

    It's also a bit of scope-creep for an addon like WQGF that's concerned with grouping people at a WQ rather than waypointing you to the WQ.

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