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[Addon] DebuffTimers

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Awesome addon @Renew , I really enjoy it, especially on my lock.
Would it be possible to make some wishes for future updates? Particularly judgement timers on targets (crusader/light/wisdom).

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hi there,

just wondering how this addon works?

I installed the RISEN UI. and extracted the folder "DebuffTimers-master" into the interface/addons folder. but it does not show in the addons character window (before logging in)

so it does not work.

 

what did I do wrong?

 

€dit: renamed the folder only to "DebuffTimers" and it shows up in my addon directory ingame. but it still does not work. when I judge crusader on a mob it is still a static debuff without any seconds on it :(

cheers budge

 

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On 2/5/2017 at 1:34 PM, Budge said:

when I judge crusader on a mob it is still a static debuff without any seconds on it :(

 

if it still doesn't work type /debufftimers and tick the box for the class you're currently playing, should display a timer from then on

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Does this Addon also include a Druids HOT'S like Dot Timer does? That would be quite helpful!

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59 minutes ago, Eldarion said:

Does this Addon also include a Druids HOT'S like Dot Timer does? That would be quite helpful!

Only displays the durations of enemy buffs and the debuffs they are affected by

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7 hours ago, Svensson said:

if it still doesn't work type /debufftimers and tick the box for the class you're currently playing, should display a timer from then on

will try that but I cannot login to any server atm. some addon fucked up my wow file lol

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I will definitely have to try this addon out. I currently use chronometer since there wasn't a good addon out there for this. Thanks for the hard work. Someone bake this guy a cake.

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Hey Renew! Back in January, I had both pfUI and DebuffTimers installed and working flawlessly with each other.

I deleted all Vanilla WoW content off my computer but have recently returned and have endeavoured to set myself up exactly how I was previously, UI-wise.

After setting pfUI up and trying to get DebuffTimers working, I am receiving the following two error messages with DebuffTimers activated.

 

ERROR: Interface\Addons\pfUI\modules\cooldown.lua:70: attempt to index local 'this' (a nil value)

ERROR: Interface\Addons\DebuffTimers.lua:674: attempt to index field '?' (a nil value)

 

It's really, really weird in the sense that, the first time using DebuffTimers, I am receiving those errors messages and there are 2 sets of countdowns in each debuff on the target unitframe. So I did what another forum contributor suggested which was remove the font size in the DebuffTimers menu, making it 0. This removed one of the two countdowns in each debuff - making it display correctly. However, when closing WoW and reopening it, the countdowns within each debuff are gone again and I am getting the above mentioned error messages.

I am sincerely hoping that this information makes sense to you and you or someone else could shed some light on what might be causing this issue.

EDIT: If it helps, I am playing as a Hunter.

Thanks!

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