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Version: 3.1.0.3-Release
by: Tekkub [More]
picoEXP is a small LibDataBroker based info addon. It provides a simple EXP display, with a tooltip that shows detailed session experience statistics.

picoEXP does not provide it's own display, you will need a LDB-based display addon.

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3.1.0.3-Release
More decimal places!
Fix error with MaxXP on tooltip being incorrect. (Thanks lowlee)

3.0.3.2-Release
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2.4.3.1-Beta
Rename to picoEXP
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Old 11-28-09, 11:45 AM  
Sec
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Great addon. Straight to the point.

I wonder if there is any way for the LDB to only show/load if the character is under level 80? I have to disable it manually (via DockingStation for example) if I am playing a level 80, but then must manually enable it again if I switch to a non-80 character.
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Old 08-20-09, 12:08 PM  
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A Deviate Faerie Dragon
 
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Rest Xp in LDB

I would like to view the rest xp total on the LDB display as well. I have NO idea what i'm doing, but I modified this line in the LUA
function f:PLAYER_XP_UPDATE()
cur = UnitXP("player")
max = UnitXPMax("player")
dataobj.text = string.format("%d%%", cur/max*100)
end
to this, thinking it would work, but no.. it didn't

function f:PLAYER_XP_UPDATE()
cur = UnitXP("player")
max = UnitXPMax("player")
rest = GetXPExhaustion()
dataobj.text = string.format("%d%%", cur/max*100,"/",(rest or 0)/max*100)
end
Anyone with some experience that can assist?
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