Opticon provides an icon that gives the user easy access to the Blizzard Options frame, both for the Game and Addon options tabs.
Left clicking on the icon opens and closes the Addons options tab. Right clicking on the icon opens and closes the Game options tab. Alt clicking on the icon opens the Niagara menu (if you have Niagara). Shift clicking on the icon restarts the graphics renderer. Control clicking on the icon reloads the user interface.
These two are exclusive of each other, if you left click to open the Addon options then you can't right click to close it as right click opens the Game options tab. However, using left click you can toggle the Addon options open/closed.
As a bonus, if you have the Niagara menu system installed (the premiere menu for mods based on the Ace2 framework), Opticon offer the option to open that too via Alt + Click (either mouse button).
What is DataBroker?
DataBroker is part of a system that's similar to FuBar and its plugins, what you have here is a plugin but you'll also need something to display the output of the plugin. You have many options for this, and I've listed a number of them below for your perusal, just pick the one that interests you the most.
If you want further information, that nice feller tekkub has put together some information on his wiki. And it's good information too, information that you should probably read if you're just getting into DataBroker plugins. (Not to mention that poor old tek puts these pages together and not many people seem to read them, so I thought I'd do my part to help remedy that situation. )
- The colour has been removed from the toc name, as this caused issues with alphabetical categorisation.
- This plugin should now behave properly with MakeRocketGoNow (my fault).
- I've got a new direction with the tooltips, it took me a while to decide on this. It was discussed with a few people too and it was generally and mutually decided that the new direction I'm taking them in is better. So this is the New Unification of Tooltip Styles for my plugins. NUTS v1! I'm pretty much going to model all my DataBroker plugins after this layout, to try to keep them as easy to understand at a glance as possible. The basic idea is: Keybinds at the bottom, the most important information at the top, and all the straggler-lines cushioned in the middle. Credit where credit is due, too; this all started because of a suggestion by Nyte, so kudos for Nyte for giving me reason to think about all this! This is far too long for a changelog update, I know... but necessary!
- I've corrected the toc-version, I am scared and confused by toc-versions.