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Last Update 14 October 2008
New in 2.3.0:
- Updates for WoW 3.0
What the heck is a CastProgress? A CastProgress frame gives a non-status bar account of a spellcast by some unit. (A unit is some entity in the game). A CastProgress is a line with the name of the spell being cast, with its progress underneath of it as a percentage or a running timer. Examples over here -->
A bunch of examples: player (you), target (your target) focus (your focus target), pet (your pet), targettarget (your target's target), player3 (third person in your party), raid10 (10th person in your raid) and so on. You can slap "target" on the end of almost any unit ID and it will work - like raid5targettarget (the target of the target of the 5th person in your raid!) All you ever need to know is here: http://www.wowwiki.com/UnitId
* Display casting progress for any unit
* Display casting progress as percentage (0% -> 100%) or countdown timer (3.0 -> 0.0)
* Moveable wherever you want
* Opacity settable
* GUI configuration
To open the CastProgress options window: /castprogress or [/cp]
# While the CastProgress options window is open, you can drag any CastProgress to wherever you want using the displayed drag tabs
# Click a unit ID in the left hand list to configure its CastProgress.
# Use the Add and Remove buttons to add and remove CastProgresses for units
# Note that unchecking Enable for a unit makes the CastProgress go away, but you won't lose the settings for it.