Are you visually impaired, and do you find Blizzard's money style a bit hard to read? If you'd prefer the in-game text to look like the screenshot to the right then this mod's for you. Don't worry about things like configuration, localising, and so on... this mod is designed so that the desired effect can be achieved immediately whilst absorbing as little in the way of cycles/memory as possible.
-=- Styles -=-
Coins2Txt can toggle between two visual styles via the /coins command.
Numeric: ?? ?? ??
Alphanumeric: ??g ??s ??c
The colours are just approximated for the sake of example, the real colours are displayed in the screenshot to the right.
-=- Notes -=-
If you find an instance where the money isn't showing as it should, post a comment and supply a screenshot. It'll likely be because of a mod using its own custom money frame, and if that's the case I'll try and add support.
The size of the text in the screenshot is thanks to a mod called ClearFont2, which I heartily recommend to anyone who has trouble with the small text size in-game.
1.0: I feel this mod has reached a milestone, in that it's achieved a level of stability to the point where (despite my efforts to break it) I haven't seen any bugs in quite some time. This milestone also implies that I'm unable to think of any relevant features to add at this time without bloating out this mod, and there's nothing left to do that wouldn't be superfluous. Thus, this mod will likely be left untouched until a new feature is desired, or until a new Warcraft patch breaks it (if that happens). As of now, this mod should be considered stable.
revision070608: Thanks to tordenflesk for letting me know of the bug where the current state of the coins wasn't being saved between sessions. The reason for this is because apparently Blizzard chose not to preserve an environment variable if it's set to nil, so apparently these variables aren't 'reserved' as if they were handled by local. That's... very strange. Long story short, coins should hold their style over more than one session now.
revision060608c: I removed a table I realised wasn't needed, I did this just for the sake of having one less table in the mod, which is always nice. Nothing else, though...
revision060608b: Introduced a slash-command and assimilated the old style back into the main mod.
revision060608: I found a bug which causes the money frame to ignore text size, so the text spacing might have been incorrect on small-font instances of the money frame. i took the opportunity whilst doing this to clean up the code and remove some redundancies. The problem is that this leaves the old version to be quite outdated, so it's been pulled for now.