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  1. [Fixed] BNGetNumFriendToons issue

    Here fixed (still upset over this whole mangled mess that could have been easily solved by just documenting better) Line 3446 starting local presenceID, _, _, _, _, _, _, isOnline = BNGetFriendInfo(i) local friendIndex = BNGetFriendIndex(presenceID)--Check if they are on more than one client at once (very likely with new launcher) for i=1, BNGetNumFriendToons(friendIndex) do change to local bnetIDAccount, _, _, _, _, _, _, isOnline = BNGetFriendInfo(i) local friendIndex = BNGetFriendIndex(bnetIDAccount)--Check if they are on more than one client at once (very likely with new launcher) for i=1, BNGetNumFriendGameAccounts(friendIndex) do
  2. 6.2.20-1-g70b79c6 Inviting myself on my second account and this popped up. You would think changing it to BNGetNumFriendGameAccounts fixes it but nooo. See this is why blizzard really needs to do a better job of exposing and explaining API changes. 1x DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.20-1-g70b79c6.lua:3448: attempt to call global 'BNGetNumFriendToons' (a nil value) DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.20-1-g70b79c6.lua:3448: in function `handler' DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.20-1-g70b79c6.lua:638: in function <DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:625> Locals: self = <table> { MoveSpecialWarning = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:9147 StopLogging = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6013 CheckVoicePackVersion = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:9628 CopyProfile = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1621 CHAT_MSG_MONSTER_EMOTE = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5220 shortTermEventsRegistered = 1 CHAT_MSG_WHISPER = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6432 DeleteProfile = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1638 UPDATE_SHAPESHIFT_FORM = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3412 ShowUpdateReminder = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:4802 PLAYER_REGEN_DISABLED = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5025 CreateModLocalization = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:11155 IsEnabled = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6548 CHALLENGE_MODE_END = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3571 Capitalize = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6645 ADDON_LOADED = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1103 BossHealth = <table> { } ShowRaidIDRequestResults = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:4554 INSTANCE_GROUP_SIZE_CHANGED = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2719 GetBossUnitId = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2882 AddDefaultOptions = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2898 RegisterEvents = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:788 InfoFrame = <table> { } FilterRaidBossEmote = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:943 RequestTimers = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6154 RequestInstanceInfo = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:4623 CHAT_MSG_MONSTER_YELL = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5212 LFG_PROPOSAL_SHOW = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3359 ShowNoteEditor = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:4944 RegisterShortTermEvents = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:890 LOADING_SCREEN_DISABLED = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3640 GetUnitFullName = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2766 UNIT_DIED = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6121 ReceiveCombatInfo = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6182 FlashClientIcon = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6703 RegisterCallback = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1301 FindInstanceIDs = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6719 UnregisterCallback = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1310 CHALLENGE_MODE_RESET = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3563 RepositionFrames = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1661 LFG_ROLE_CHECK_SHOW = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3350 Disable = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6532 ReceiveTimerInfo = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6191 CHALLENGE_MODE_START = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3539 RangeCheck = <table> { } PLAYER_LEVEL_UP = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3034 LFG_LIST_APPLICANT_LIST_UPDATED = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3390 ModLists = <table> { } ShowLag = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2176 GetCIDFromGUID = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2864 CreateProfile = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1585 GetGroupSize = <function> defined @
  3. Version6.2.18-7-gc13aff2 Special warnings option Set position button. Clicking it a second time to disable set position option throws the following: DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.18-7-gc13aff2.lua:9091: attempt to index local 'self' (a nil value) DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.18-7-gc13aff2.lua:9091: in function <DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:9088> DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.18-7-gc13aff2.lua:9129: in function `MoveSpecialWarning' DBM-GUI\DBM-GUI-6.2.18-7-gc13aff2.lua:2398: in function <DBM-GUI\DBM-GUI.lua:2398> Locals: self = <table> { MoveSpecialWarning = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:9098 StopLogging = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5994 CheckVoicePackVersion = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:9579 CopyProfile = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1611 CHAT_MSG_MONSTER_EMOTE = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5201 CHAT_MSG_WHISPER = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6411 DeleteProfile = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1628 UPDATE_SHAPESHIFT_FORM = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3396 ShowUpdateReminder = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:4783 lastAntiSpamFLASH = 1085146.908 PLAYER_REGEN_DISABLED = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5006 CreateModLocalization = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:11095 IsEnabled = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6527 CHALLENGE_MODE_END = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3552 Capitalize = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6624 ADDON_LOADED = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1100 BossHealth = <table> { } ShowRaidIDRequestResults = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:4535 INSTANCE_GROUP_SIZE_CHANGED = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2705 GetBossUnitId = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2868 AddDefaultOptions = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2884 RegisterEvents = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:786 InfoFrame = <table> { } FilterRaidBossEmote = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:941 RequestTimers = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6133 RequestInstanceInfo = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:4604 CHAT_MSG_MONSTER_YELL = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5193 LFG_PROPOSAL_SHOW = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3344 ShowNoteEditor = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:4925 RegisterShortTermEvents = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:888 LOADING_SCREEN_DISABLED = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3621 GetUnitFullName = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2752 UNIT_DIED = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6100 ReceiveCombatInfo = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6161 FlashClientIcon = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6682 RegisterCallback = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1291 FindInstanceIDs = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6698 UnregisterCallback = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1300 CHALLENGE_MODE_RESET = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3544 RepositionFrames = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1651 LFG_ROLE_CHECK_SHOW = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3335 Disable = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6511 ReceiveTimerInfo = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6170 CHALLENGE_MODE_START = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3520 RangeCheck = <table> { } PLAYER_LEVEL_UP = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3019 LFG_LIST_APPLICANT_LIST_UPDATED = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3375 ModLists = <table> { } ShowLag = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2166 GetCIDFromGUID = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2850 CreateProfile = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1575 GetGroupSize = <function> defined @Interfac
  4. Version6.2.17-19-g56ffe5a Voice pack enabled On blackhand when getting knocked off in phase 3 1x DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.17-19-g56ffe5a.lua:9319: attempt to concatenate field 'voiceOptionId' (a nil value) DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.17-19-g56ffe5a.lua:9319: in function `Show' DBM-BlackrockFoundry\Blackhand.lua:178: in function <DBM-BlackrockFoundry\Blackhand.lua:139> DBM-BlackrockFoundry\Blackhand.lua:403: in function `handler' DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.17-19-g56ffe5a.lua:636: in function <DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:623> (tail call): ? DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.17-19-g56ffe5a.lua:636: in function <DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:623> Locals:
  5. Well then happy to report it ;)
  6. Could have been. Was a bit hectic and I wrote this while we were on a break before xhul Looked back and it happened a total of 5 times. We were doing a small group and had some trouble tonight so we did him a couple of times. If I remember right I did not get a voice warning for seed so if this means the voice pack is missing for seeds, let me know and I'll post a message to the author. Oh and to add, I had just installed the voice pack for the first time so I had not touched any special warning settings at the boss level for hfc/ zakuun so any settings enabled with a voice pack we at the default.
  7. DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.14-28-g75f9f2c.lua:9304: attempt to concatenate field 'voiceOptionId' (a nil value) DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.14-28-g75f9f2c.lua:9304: in function `Show' DBM-HellfireCitadel\Zakuun.lua:141: in function `func' DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.14-28-g75f9f2c.lua:1479: in function <DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1470> I have DBM Voice Pack Kiwi VEM installed Using 6.2.14-28-g75f9f2c of DBM Options are set as follows Voice pack enabled Filter special warnings as : when special warnings use default sounds On Zakuun this errored right after warning for wave of destruction. It only occurred a few times and was not an issue of subsequent wave calls.
  8. I guess... If it happens again, I'll get more info.
  9. This happened on an archimonde fight Version 6.2.14-4-g3eef4a3 DBM-Core\DBM-RangeCheck.lua:690: attempt to concatenate a boolean value DBM-Core\DBM-RangeCheck.lua:690: in function <DBM-Core\DBM-RangeCheck.lua:684> (tail call): ? DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.14-4-g3eef4a3.lua:5109: in function `func' DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.14-4-g3eef4a3.lua:1479: in function <DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1470> Locals: (*temporary) = 0.010000000707805 (*temporary) = <function> defined =[C]:-1
  10. Got to love their repository shenanigans All fixed. Thanks as always for the quick fixes and for few and far between bugs ;)
  11. This popped up because I did a fresh install. I had removed any previous settings. I would be happy to test but I haven't seen any new alpha builds since the one I posted about. When I placed in backed up settings, the errors went away so this has something to do with the intial config on a fresh install using the latest build available (6.2.10-19-g4c8f476).
  12. I just restored a backup of my config for dbm and it didn't happen. I'll just wait for an update to be pushed out. Was using bigwigs for a bit but ended up missing dbm too much
  13. DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.10-19-g4c8f476.lua:8138: Usage: DBMWarning1:SetFont("font", fontHeight [, flags]) [C]: in function `SetFont' DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.10-19-g4c8f476.lua:8138: in function `UpdateWarningOptions' DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.10-19-g4c8f476.lua:3251: in function <DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3223> DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.10-19-g4c8f476.lua:1102: in function `handler' DBM-Core\DBM-Core-6.2.10-19-g4c8f476.lua:628: in function <DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:615> Locals: self = <table> { MoveSpecialWarning = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:8976 StopLogging = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5981 CheckVoicePackVersion = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:9445 CopyProfile = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1605 CHAT_MSG_MONSTER_EMOTE = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5181 CHAT_MSG_WHISPER = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6400 DeleteProfile = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1622 UPDATE_SHAPESHIFT_FORM = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3323 ShowUpdateReminder = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:4702 PLAYER_REGEN_DISABLED = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:4929 CreateModLocalization = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:10956 IsEnabled = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6516 CHALLENGE_MODE_END = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3477 Capitalize = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6611 ADDON_LOADED = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1094 BossHealth = <table> { } ShowRaidIDRequestResults = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:4454 INSTANCE_GROUP_SIZE_CHANGED = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2639 GetBossUnitId = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2802 AddDefaultOptions = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2818 RegisterEvents = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:778 InfoFrame = <table> { } FilterRaidBossEmote = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:933 RequestTimers = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6123 RequestInstanceInfo = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:4523 CHAT_MSG_MONSTER_YELL = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:5173 LFG_PROPOSAL_SHOW = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3275 ShowNoteEditor = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:4844 RegisterShortTermEvents = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:880 LOADING_SCREEN_DISABLED = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3540 GetUnitFullName = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2686 UNIT_DIED = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6091 ReceiveCombatInfo = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6151 RegisterCallback = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1285 FindInstanceIDs = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6675 UnregisterCallback = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1294 CHALLENGE_MODE_RESET = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3469 RepositionFrames = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1645 LFG_ROLE_CHECK_SHOW = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3267 Disable = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6500 ReceiveTimerInfo = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6159 CHALLENGE_MODE_START = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3447 RangeCheck = <table> { } PLAYER_LEVEL_UP = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2953 LFG_LIST_APPLICANT_LIST_UPDATED = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:3302 ModLists = <table> { } ShowLag = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2118 GetCIDFromGUID = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:2784 CreateProfile = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:1569 GetGroupSize = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:6065 IsCreatureGUID = <function> defined @DBM-Core\DBM-Core.lua:279 The above is on a fresh install with no existing wtf config file.
  14. When Mannoroth is casting Mannoroth's gaze on players, DBM places a raid marker on the affected players. Currently there does not seem to be an option to disable this. Reason this is bad: Overwrites raid lead/promoted player's manual markers on players used as stack points Green is a horrible color on a green fight so triangle is ineffective for marking. Could you add the option to disable automatic marking of players with mannoroth's gaze? For us the visual spell effect circle is adequate and we use players to mark stack points which gets removed by the surrent setting.