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03-04-11, 02:14 PM   #1
Aftermathhqt
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trying to create glow for debuffhighlight.

So i'm trying to create a glow function, for oUF, that it glows around my borders on my unitframes should look like this:



but instead of purple it should glow in the debuffs types color.


Code:
	self.DebuffHighlightBackdrop = self.debuffhighlightglow
	self.DebuffHighlightFilter = false
	self.DebuffHighlight = self.debuffhighlightglow
	
	self.debuffhighlightglow = {}
	
	if AftermathhUI.config.debuffhiglightglow == true then
	
        for i = 1, 8 do
            self.debuffhighlightglow[i] = self:CreateTexture(nil, 'BACKGROUND')
            self.debuffhighlightglow[i]:SetParent(self)
            self.debuffhighlightglow[i]:SetTexture(borderbg)
            self.debuffhighlightglow[i]:SetWidth(20) 
            self.debuffhighlightglow[i]:SetHeight(20)
			self.debuffhighlightglow[i]:SetVertexColor(1, 0, 1)
        end
        
        self.debuffhighlightglow[1]:SetTexCoord(0, 1/3, 0, 1/3) 
        self.debuffhighlightglow[1]:SetPoint('TOPLEFT', self, -10, 10)
	
        self.debuffhighlightglow[2]:SetTexCoord(2/3, 1, 0, 1/3)
        self.debuffhighlightglow[2]:SetPoint('TOPRIGHT', self, 10, 10)
	
        self.debuffhighlightglow[3]:SetTexCoord(0, 1/3, 2/3, 1)
        self.debuffhighlightglow[3]:SetPoint('BOTTOMLEFT', self, -10, -10)
		
        self.debuffhighlightglow[4]:SetTexCoord(2/3, 1, 2/3, 1)
        self.debuffhighlightglow[4]:SetPoint('BOTTOMRIGHT', self, 10, -10)
		
        self.debuffhighlightglow[5]:SetTexCoord(1/3, 2/3, 0, 1/3)
        self.debuffhighlightglow[5]:SetPoint('TOPLEFT', self.debuffhighlightglow[1], 'TOPRIGHT')
        self.debuffhighlightglow[5]:SetPoint('TOPRIGHT', self.debuffhighlightglow[2], 'TOPLEFT')
		
        self.debuffhighlightglow[6]:SetTexCoord(1/3, 2/3, 2/3, 1)
        self.debuffhighlightglow[6]:SetPoint('BOTTOMLEFT', self.debuffhighlightglow[3], 'BOTTOMRIGHT')
        self.debuffhighlightglow[6]:SetPoint('BOTTOMRIGHT', self.debuffhighlightglow[4], 'BOTTOMLEFT')
		
        self.debuffhighlightglow[7]:SetTexCoord(0, 1/3, 1/3, 2/3)
        self.debuffhighlightglow[7]:SetPoint('TOPLEFT', self.debuffhighlightglow[1], 'BOTTOMLEFT')
        self.debuffhighlightglow[7]:SetPoint('BOTTOMLEFT', self.debuffhighlightglow[3], 'TOPLEFT')
	
        self.debuffhighlightglow[8]:SetTexCoord(2/3, 1, 1/3, 2/3)
        self.debuffhighlightglow[8]:SetPoint('TOPRIGHT', self.debuffhighlightglow[2], 'BOTTOMRIGHT')
        self.debuffhighlightglow[8]:SetPoint('BOTTOMRIGHT', self.debuffhighlightglow[4], 'TOPRIGHT')
    end

Last edited by Aftermathhqt : 03-04-11 at 02:30 PM.
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03-08-11, 04:41 AM   #2
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I'm doing something almost similar in my personal layout, except that I color by debuff type color I can dispell.

the 'RAID|HARMFUL' filter in the UnitAura call will filter the debuff type I can dispell, magic debuff filtering is a little buggy as for paladin, druid, shaman it's now a talent, and for warlock it's a pet spell, so I made a workaround to check if you can dispell it.

it the code below there is a function UpdateMagicDispell which will check if you can dispell magic, this function should be called by PLAYER_TALENT_UPDATE and SPELLS_CHANGED events.
SetCureableDebuff will update the color of the based on the debuff type you can dispell, it should be called by UNIT_AURA event.

I only post the code relevant to the debuff coloring as this is part to a personal element that is managing all my own indicators.

Code:
local UpdateMagicDispell, SetCureableDebuff
do
	local GetTalentInfo, IsSpellKnown = _G.GetTalentInfo, _G.IsSpellKnown
	local canDispellMagic
	local function checkTalent(tab, index)
		return (select(5, GetTalentInfo(tab, index)) or 0) >= 1
	end

	function UpdateMagicDispell()
		if playerClass == 'PALADIN' then
			canDispellMagic = checkTalent(1, 14) and true or nil
		elseif playerClass == 'DRUID' then
			canDispellMagic = checkTalent(3, 17) and true or nil
		elseif playerClass == 'SHAMAN' then
			canDispellMagic = checkTalent(3, 12) and true or nil
		elseif playerClass == 'WARLOCK' then
			canDispellMagic = IsSpellKnown(89808, true) and true or nil
		else
			canDispellMagic = nil
		end
	end

	function SetCureableDebuff(self, unit)
		local i = 0
		while true do
			i = i + 1
			local _, _, texture, _, debuffType = UnitAura(unit, i, 'RAID|HARMFUL')
			if texture then
				if debuffType ~= 'Magic' or canDispellMagic then
					local color = DebuffTypeColor[debuffType or 'none']
					self.CurrDebuff:SetVertexColor(color.r, color.g, color.b)
				end
			else
				self.CurrDebuff:SetVertexColor(0, 0, 0)
			end
		end
	end
end
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03-09-11, 12:26 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by gagou View Post
I'm doing something almost similar in my personal layout, except that I color by debuff type color I can dispell.

the 'RAID|HARMFUL' filter in the UnitAura call will filter the debuff type I can dispell, magic debuff filtering is a little buggy as for paladin, druid, shaman it's now a talent, and for warlock it's a pet spell, so I made a workaround to check if you can dispell it.

it the code below there is a function UpdateMagicDispell which will check if you can dispell magic, this function should be called by PLAYER_TALENT_UPDATE and SPELLS_CHANGED events.
SetCureableDebuff will update the color of the based on the debuff type you can dispell, it should be called by UNIT_AURA event.

I only post the code relevant to the debuff coloring as this is part to a personal element that is managing all my own indicators.

Code:
local UpdateMagicDispell, SetCureableDebuff
do
	local GetTalentInfo, IsSpellKnown = _G.GetTalentInfo, _G.IsSpellKnown
	local canDispellMagic
	local function checkTalent(tab, index)
		return (select(5, GetTalentInfo(tab, index)) or 0) >= 1
	end

	function UpdateMagicDispell()
		if playerClass == 'PALADIN' then
			canDispellMagic = checkTalent(1, 14) and true or nil
		elseif playerClass == 'DRUID' then
			canDispellMagic = checkTalent(3, 17) and true or nil
		elseif playerClass == 'SHAMAN' then
			canDispellMagic = checkTalent(3, 12) and true or nil
		elseif playerClass == 'WARLOCK' then
			canDispellMagic = IsSpellKnown(89808, true) and true or nil
		else
			canDispellMagic = nil
		end
	end

	function SetCureableDebuff(self, unit)
		local i = 0
		while true do
			i = i + 1
			local _, _, texture, _, debuffType = UnitAura(unit, i, 'RAID|HARMFUL')
			if texture then
				if debuffType ~= 'Magic' or canDispellMagic then
					local color = DebuffTypeColor[debuffType or 'none']
					self.CurrDebuff:SetVertexColor(color.r, color.g, color.b)
				end
			else
				self.CurrDebuff:SetVertexColor(0, 0, 0)
			end
		end
	end
end
Anyways i've got it to work, but not the way i wanted :/ thanks for help anyways.
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