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  1. [Fixed] Error when deleting DBM Core profile

    Yes, the "Default" profile is missing. I think I was able to delete it, but I haven't seen it return even though I cleared all DBM savedvariables files.
  2. The following error is triggered when deleting a newly created profile: Date: 2015-01-23 15:55:32 ID: 1 Error occured in: Global Count: 1 Message: ..\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua line 2435: attempt to index field 'Options' (a nil value) Debug: DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2435: SetRaidWarningPositon() DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1395: RepositionFrames() DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1389: DeleteProfile() DBM-GUI\DBM-GUI.lua:2628: callfunc() DBM-GUI\DBM-GUI_DropDown.lua:95: DBM-GUI\DBM-GUI_DropDown.lua:80 Locals: self = <table> { MoveSpecialWarning = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:8013 StopLogging = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5219 CheckVoicePackVersion = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:7942 GetModByName = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5949 CHAT_MSG_MONSTER_EMOTE = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:4450 shortTermEventsRegistered = 1 GetTime = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3030 DeleteProfile = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1374 UPDATE_SHAPESHIFT_FORM = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2877 ShowUpdateReminder = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:4195 PLAYER_REGEN_DISABLED = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:4259 CreateModLocalization = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:9318 IsEnabled = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5681 CHALLENGE_MODE_END = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3022 Capitalize = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5774 ADDON_LOADED = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:944 BossHealth = <table> { } ShowRaidIDRequestResults = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3954 INSTANCE_GROUP_SIZE_CHANGED = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2254 GetBossUnitId = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2391 ToggleRaidBossEmoteFrame = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5630 AddDefaultOptions = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2423 UPDATE_MOUSEOVER_UNIT = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3251 InfoFrame = <table> { } FilterRaidBossEmote = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:848 RequestTimers = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5314 ForceUpdate = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1333 ToggleGarrisonAlertsFrame = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5646 UPDATE_BATTLEFIELD_STATUS = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2955 CHAT_MSG_MONSTER_YELL = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:4446 LFG_PROPOSAL_SHOW = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2840 ReleaseRevision = 12504 RegisterShortTermEvents = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:795 LOADING_SCREEN_DISABLED = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3085 GetUnitFullName = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2280 UNIT_DIED = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5295 ReceiveCombatInfo = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5332 RegisterCallback = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1115 FindInstanceIDs = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5822 UnregisterCallback = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1124 CHALLENGE_MODE_RESET = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3013 RepositionFrames = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1393 LFG_ROLE_CHECK_SHOW = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2832 Disable = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5665 ReceiveTimerInfo = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5338 CHALLENGE_MODE_START = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2992 RangeCheck = <table> { } PLAYER_LEVEL_UP = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2545 LFG_LIST_APPLICANT_LIST_UPDATED = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2859 ModLists = <table> { } ShowLag = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1746 GetCIDFromGUID = <function> defined @Interface\AddOns\DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2373 AddOns: Swatter, v5.0.0 (<%codename%>) DBMCore, v DBMGUI, v DBMStatusBarTimers, v BlizRuntimeLib_enUS v6.0.3.60000 <none> (ck=7c)
  3. I would like to upvote this request and add a related request: The ability to choose color for small and big timers independently.
  4. Could you please increase the max possible width on bars from 325 to 400 or even more? The current 325 limit is not quite wide enough to fulfill its purpose in my UI.   Example: That's using the max possible width of 325 and I would like to be able to make the timers match the width of my chat panel.   Using the scale functionality messes up the font when using a pixel font, so that is not an option for me.   Thank you.
  5. [Balance] WrathCalcs

    I replaced a few items today and thought I would give it another go. The import worked as it should this time. I am not sure if those 3 items I replaced were the cause of a hidden error or perhaps it was a glitch with my armory page at the time. In any case, it appears to work as it should now. Just in case you want to do a follow up check, my druids name is Lumidi on Darksorrow EU.
  6. [Balance] WrathCalcs

    For some reason I cannot get the battle.net import to work. My druid has a feral tank spec as the primary spec and balance as secondary spec. The tooltip text on "Force 2nd spec" button states that it should import the first balance spec it comes to. Any chance you could make it search both specs in order to find the balance spec, or work on the force 2nd spec option? Just to make sure the import works at all I tested on a druid with balance as primary spec and the import worked fine. Windows 7 64 bit Microsoft Office 2010 32 bit
  7. Thread of Ultimate Stupidity