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Therefore I will not add any kind of border texture support to Gnosis. If you really need some sort of special look I recommend you try out one of those panel mods. Castbar borders act as an indicator for non interruptible spells. Example with kgpanels every other panel mod should do: Create a new panel and move it around your castbar. The castbar name in this example is Player. If the castbar is named differently replace Player with the correct name.
If you encounter errors you might want to change the castbar name newly create or copy existing castbar to new name. I won't give any support if this does not work for some reason. SetScript "OnShow", function self: Show ; end ; Player: SetScript "OnHide", function self: Hide ; end ; if Player: Show ; else self: Hide ; end hooksecurefunc Player, "SetAlpha", function this,val self: SetAlpha val ; end ; end Q Anchoring to a frame?
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To find out the name of a given frame hover your mouse over the frame and execute following script. The frame's name will be printed to the default chat frame. GetName Q Name format string. Action bars I use good ol' Dominos to handle the action bars.
Nothing too complicated, really. Simply open the Dominos config window, and unlock the action bars to move them around. Minimap The minimap is controlled by Chinchilla.
Notice, the quest watcher frame, durability warning, battleground capture bars, world state, boss unitframe and vehicle seats are all configured by Chinchilla.
Each of these elements are unlockable in the Chinchilla config window. Again, you'll probably need to reset their positions, if they show up off the screen. Player unitframe, action bar textures and minimap Mkay, this part is the tricky bit.
One for the left side of the screen and one for the right side. I had to split them up, because of how textures work in kgPanels. You'll need to open the kgPanels config window, and arm yourself with patience if you aren't familiar with this particular addon.
All it does is display textures from external.
You then get the option to move these textures around, resize them, anchor them to specific UI elements and a whole lot more. But basically, it's an addon used to make pretty textures appear in the game, and they usually don't have any other function besides looking fabulous!
All of these textures are listed in the kgPanels config window, alongside the two huge textures used for the bottom center of the screen. There are quite a few more textures, including a few which aren't put to any use at all.
Every texture has a toggle-able "Enabled" option. Use this as a marker for textures which are actually put to use and the ones which aren't. Each texture has its own sub-menu and config options.
Features Create as many bars as you wish theoretical limit is Create as many buttons as you wish up to per bar with a total maximum of Fully graphical configuration Drag and drop actions to buttons spells, items, macros, companions, equipment sets, Button Forge commands Set the scale of the Bars Control how many rows and columns of buttons are on a bar Setup visibility macros for your bars so that they can be shown and hidden even during combat Button Facade Support How Do I Basics Enter into configuration mode Configuration mode is where you will do things such as create new bars and buttons, position them, etc There are several ways, any of the following can be used: Any macro conditional in the game can potentially also be used to control if a Button Forge bar is hidden or visible even during combat To setup a visibility macro click the Eye icon and type in the conditional and then press enter or escape to cancel Some basic examples are: Spec 1 is hidden, and Vehicle is hidden, no visibility macro is set would result in the following state driver: No visibility driver will be set for the bar, and it will always be visible Make the actions on a bar change depending on combat status, or while stealthed, or cat form, etc This actually can't be done, but the same effect can be achieved by taking visibility macros a step further.
You can place several bars into the same position on screen and setup visibility macros so that only 1 is displayed at any given time, I will describe the following example to illustrate how to do this. Lets say you are a druid and want a bar in the center of the screen to have actions for catform and bearform in the same position, and to swap between them depending on your current form: