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02-13-13, 03:58 AM
An Aku'mai Servant
Join Date: Oct 2009
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The outcome is actually pretty darn awesome! One question though. How do you handle OnValueChanged. I mean how do you change the texture/color based on current value?
I mean I can see how you did it visually but you actually had to make multiple textures per statusbar right? I'm really interested in how you decided to do that.
The textures I use are white and I colored them in a yellow tone quite close to the actual Quake one (just a bit darker for better view/contrast).
The version in the screen shot uses static colors.
Every "frame" (health or power) consists of:
horizontal bar (0-70%):
vertical bar (70-100% or 70-80, 80-90, 90-100 because I only display the values inside the boxes [=> each box represents a value from 0-10 depending on it's base value (70/80/90%)])
with the following sub frames/textures:
Status texture (the one changing on value return)
Border texture (bright yellow line, self-explanatory [may be used for debuffs])
health warning border (the red flashing/blinking border [not completely done in the screenshot])
The statusbar is done via a simple texture manipulation (SetPoint() + SetWidth() + SetTexCoord()) because the build-in StatusBar can't handle reverse orientation.
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