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Loss Of Control  Updated less than 3 days ago!

Version: 2.2.1
by: jlam [More]

Overview

Loss Of Control announces when you are suffering from a Loss Of Control event, e.g., stunned, silenced, spell-locked, etc., that prevents you from performing your role. When affected by several Loss of Control events at the same time, only the event that lasts the longest is announced.

Loss of Control will also show alerts for events from other members of the group that are also using the Loss Of Control addon.

Features:

  • Make announcements in a choice of channels:
    • Say - Sends to /say, visible to nearby characters.
    • Yell - Sends to /yell, visible to not-so-nearby characters.
    • Emote - Sends to /em, visible to nearby characters.
    • Group - Sends to /instance, /battleground, /raid, or /party depending on what is most appropriate.
  • Choose whether to enable announcements in Arenas, Battlegrounds, Dungeons, Raids, Looking For Group instances, or open world zones.
  • Choose the types of events to announce.
  • Only announce events that last longer than a user-settable number of seconds.
  • Optionally announce when you regain control.
  • Optionally announce only when in a group.
  • Control where alerts are shown when listening for Loss Of Control events from other members of the group.
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Loss Of Control
2.2.1 (2018-11-10)
Full Changelog Previous releases
  • Lift some code from Blizzard to improve the event descriptions.
    FrameXML/LossOfControlFrame.lua has code to override the event
    description for the Cyclone PvP ability, and also indicates the
    specific spell school that was locked out when a spellcast was
    interrupted. Copy that bit of code into our addon to make the same
    changes to the event descriptions.
  • Don't track Loss Of Control events that shouldn't be displayed.
    C_LossOfControl.GetEventInfo() returns a displayType that if it
    has value 0 indicates the event should not be displayed to the
    user. For these events, don't track them with the Loss Of Control
    addon either.
    This fixes issue #4 by @Anothersignup.
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