Results: 6Comments by: Taus
File: WoWInterface UI Manager - Windows11-16-08
Solution: Aucioneer/Gatherer etc wonīt install sometimes
Posted By: Taus
Hi, I found one reason for the "i/o-Error" that sometimes comes up with gatherer and/or auctioneer and other addons: I could proof that this always happens, when I try to "resolve" an addon that shares a directory with another addon. This, for example, is true for auctioneer and gatherer that both use "!Swatter". My solution w...
File: LightHeaded11-08-08
Re: Re: Next try to solve comma-damaged coordinates in DE client
Posted By: Taus
Originally posted by Cladhaire I already have this fixed, as I've stated multiple times. I will NOT be doing a gsub on the resulting string.. that just workd around a bug and in fact relies on it. Doing this via math is trivial and always works. I am also very aware of what the actual bug is, and have reported it to Blizzard....
File: LightHeaded11-07-08
Next try to solve comma-damaged coordinates in DE client
Posted By: Taus
Hi Cladhaire, also with your patch in r250, coordinates in my DE client come up as xx,xx instead of xx.xx. This is my fault: my suggestion, the bug might be in string.format() seems wrong and was misleading. I played around a bit, always had the comma where it shouldnt be and finally replaced line 405 in LighHeaded.lua r250 from...
File: LightHeaded10-30-08
Originally posted by Cladhaire Ye...
Posted By: Taus
Originally posted by Cladhaire Yes, unfortunately this is not a "fix". Some zones absolutely need this level of accuracy and it seems silly to not provide it. Your are absolutely right. It was my first look to a .lua source ever and my way to restore at least some of the functionality for those who have to deal with the proble...
File: LightHeaded10-30-08
Originally posted by Cladhaire Th...
Posted By: Taus
Originally posted by Cladhaire This is likely due to the string.format issue we are seeing in some foreign clients. I may have to write my own that makes it work correctly in any circumstances. I apoligize, but I only play on enUS and enGB clients so testing the behavior of string.format("%0.2f", 64.00) is difficult for me to do....
File: LightHeaded10-27-08
The comma within the second coord pair
Posted By: Taus
Originally posted by Cladhaire If it uses a , as the decimal separator, LightHeaded shouldn't even highlight it as a clickable coordinate. I'd like to make this system more robust, but there are a number of things that are a bit higher priority. Thanks for the report. I had this one too and I think it might be, as strange a...