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Kabuki_2010 12-17-10 01:43 PM

Modifying "grow" direction for auras
I've looks and found alot of information regarding how to tun off the auras and also how to limit the number of auras/buffs displayed, but the one thing I'm hoping someone can help with is how to change the "grow" direction of buffs.

I looks like the player buffs displayed on the lower left of the screen grow up - in other words, when a new buff is added, the entire list shifts up (based upon your refresh rate of course). However, the target debuffs listed on the lower right seem to grow downwards, so when new debuffs are added the list just gets longer - i.e. the label anchor pts stays fixed.

The problem I'm having with this is that the list eventually overlaps the infopanel. I've tried modifying the .lua file under interface\addons\nUI\.... and changing the "origin =" setting to see if that would change the direction but nothing seems to be having much effect.

Can someone tell me how this can be accomplished or is this a possible bug I need to report?


voodoodad 12-17-10 01:46 PM

This post may help.

spiel2001 12-17-10 01:56 PM

Voodoo... I'm mighty slow on the update, but I wanted to publicly say grats on the sMod status. That's awesome dude.

F4rr3ll73 12-25-10 12:10 PM

AURA and buffs
I just have a Question about this how do changing default aura display in nUI5 (aura bars) to the old style aura button display

so you can get the nUI: Aura Buttons to work right for the buffs

I am not all that great with this stuff


spiel2001 12-27-10 07:33 AM

Just download the "Aura Buttons" plugin from the "nUI: Unit Frame Panels" section at and unzip the contents of that download file into your [ World of Warcraft > Interface > AddOns ] folder like you would any other addon. Also, make sure the addon is enabled (click the "AddOns" button at your character selection screen and make sure the "nUI_AuraButtons" addon has a check mark next to it).

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