- nUI: FAQ
||06-08-09 10:09 AM
My quest tracking window doesn't work...
I'm getting an error that there isn't enough room to track more quests even though I am not currently tracking any quests at all, or only one or two quests. How do I fix it?
This comes up from time to time because of the way the new quest tracking window works. If you are running nUI version 5.05.02 or newer, try using the command '/nui watchframe
' and see if that doesn't fix it. If you are not running 5.05.02 or newer, or the slash command does not fix the problem for you, try following this sequence of steps...
- For starters, turn off nUI's control of the minimap using '/nui minimap' so that your minimap is in the upper right corner of the display or disabling the nUI_InfoPanelMinimap plugin if you are using it.
- If you are running QuestHelper, you should also use '/qh track' to turn off quest helper's custom tracking window.
- Press escape to open the WoW system menu, select "Interface" then "Objectives"
- Turn off the advanced objectives tracking option. You'll probably get a pop-up message telling you your settings will be lost. That's okay, so accept that.
- Now turn advanced objectives tracking back on and turn off the option to disable mouseover. Close the window and return to the game screen.
- Move your mouse around just below and to the left of the minimap and your objectives window should appear. Right click on the title bar and if the window is locked, select "Unlock"
- Now move the window where you would like it to be located by draggin the title bar and size it as you like by dragging the edges and/or corners.
- When you have the window where you want it and sized as you want it, right click the title bar again and select the "Lock" option to lock it back down.
- Now press escape a second time and reopen the "Interface" "Objectives" screen and click the option to disable mouseover, close the window and return to the game screen.
- If you turned QuestHelper's tracking off, you can turn it back on now with the '/qh track' command. You can also turn nUI's minimap handling back on using '/nui minimap'
I know this is a bit of pain, but the new quest tracking window in WoW is a real fuster cluck and until I can find a way to manage it without breaking it while still allowing the user to control the window size and location, this is just how it is for the people that have "broken" quest tracking windows.
I'll add, too, this problem is affecting a lot of people, not just nUI users and is particularly a problem for any mod that fiddles with the minimap.
||07-14-09 07:43 PM
Yeah this was happening with SexyMap as well, but your solution fixed it for me as well!
In an effort to help consolidate some of the info on this issue, here's a script that was buried in one of the topics here on WoWI.
Make a new macro, name it whatever you'd like. Put this text in the macro and drag it to your action bar and click :) It will resize the Blizz tracker window and place it on the left half of the screen about mid height.
***Credit is due to whomever originally posted it. Unfortunately I've forgotten who that is :(
||08-04-09 07:09 PM
You will also need to disable Chinchila to reset the objectives also. You can then enable it again.
thank you, that's been driving me nuts.....lol
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