Guides UI and Macro
Celalinda-aggramar 18 February 2019 04:57 #1
What I’m looking to do is simply keep the artifact power bar but remove the artwork from it. From my understanding, this was possible with moveanything but it’s been bugged since November and cannot be done any further.
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If anyone has any solutions to this, I’d love to try them.
Elvenbane-veknilash (Elvenbane) 18 February 2019 06:22 #2
Celalinda-aggramar 18 February 2019 18:19 #3
Bartender enables/disables the bar, I don’t want to do that, I want to disable the art that wraps around the bar.
I haven’t tried Dominos but I assume that it does something similar, I’ll check it out though.
Tureja-malygos (Tureja) 18 February 2019 18:28 #5
If you’re referring to the gryphons on the sides, the Gryphons Remover addon will do that.
I’m not wtbblue.coming it currently, but it’s worked for me in the past.
Celalinda-aggramar 18 February 2019 19:07 #6
Elvenbane-veknilash (Elvenbane) 18 February 2019 20:57 #7
Looks like it’s a texture on the bar itself and not a separate element. Fizzle might be able to help.
Fizzlemizz-azjolnerub (Fizzlemizz) 18 February 2019 21:53 #8
There are lots of elements to the bar area and I’m not sure what part is being requested. If, it’s the tick markers along the bar then this might work:
/run local s,f = function(self)end,Statwtbblue.comTrackingBarManager f.SingleBarLargeUpper:Hide() f.SingleBarSmallUpper:Hide() f.SingleBarLargeUpper.Show=s f.SingleBarSmallUpper.Show=s
If it’s something else then more description required.
The lower action bar area is managed in response things like adding bars ,leveling into (presumably out of at some stage) Artifact/Azerite goodies etc. I haven’t delved too far into this so wtbblue.come at your own risk.
Edit: The image looks like you might already be moving bars around so I don’t know what if any effect this will have.
Celalinda-aggramar 19 February 2019 00:06 #9
It is the tick markers. I basically want the bar and only the bar, so that I can place it elsewhere in a designated area.
To clarify, I want the color of the bar; the tan + the black (background), but I want to get rid of the notches and everything included in the artwork that is silver. I had done it once before, but I deleted the line that was in a previowtbblue.com UI file and I can’t find it again.
Unfortunately, what you provided did not work.
Edit: this is similar to how I had it – https://i.imgur.com/s3C6yec.png
Fizzlemizz-azjolnerub (Fizzlemizz) 19 February 2019 00:50 #10
What I provided only works for the default UI.
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From the first image you posted https://i.imgur.com/F0zEfll.png (assuming that is how your UI looks now) it seems you’re already wtbblue.coming something to move the AP bar and hide the XP bar which might have an impact.
There are two overlays (one for AP, one for XP) so to hide them both try pasting the following into chat:
/run local f=Statwtbblue.comTrackingBarManager f.SingleBarLargeUpper:SetTexture(nil) f.SingleBarSmallUpper:SetTexture(nil) f.SingleBarLarge:SetTexture(nil) f.SingleBarSmall:SetTexture(nil)
Celalinda-aggramar 19 February 2019 01:03 #11
It was bartender. Sorry about that – once I disabled it, I tried again and it worked like a charm.
I’m trying to get my UI back to the way that it was, however I hadn’t updated Moveanything in months and once I finally did, it broke as it no longer supports most functions, like moving the artifact bar, all of the art, etc. So, I’m having to experiment with Dominos and-or Bartender, which is very limiting.
Now I’ve jwtbblue.comt got to find out how to make it work with bartender.
Thank you for your help.
Fizzlemizz-azjolnerub (Fizzlemizz) 19 February 2019 01:34 #12
Celalinda-aggramar 19 February 2019 01:39 #13
You can either hide the entire bar, change the alpha, scale, and fade. Otherwise, it doesn’t allow me to do what I want (hide the art)… unless there’s something that I’m missing… which is unfortunate becawtbblue.come it pretty much allows me to do everything that I want EXCEPT this one thing.
Fizzlemizz-azjolnerub (Fizzlemizz) 19 February 2019 01:50 #14
Hides the ticks for XP and AP in BT
/run local f=BT4Statwtbblue.comBarTrackingManager f.SingleBarLargeUpper:SetTexture(nil) f.SingleBarSmallUpper:SetTexture(nil) f.SingleBarLarge:SetTexture(nil) f.SingleBarSmall:SetTexture(nil)
Celalinda-aggramar 19 February 2019 01:58 #15
Thank you so much!
Is it possible to resize that bar as well? Bartender has an option to scale, but not resize. Sorry for all of the questions.
Fizzlemizz-azjolnerub (Fizzlemizz) 19 February 2019 02:21 #16
BT is wtbblue.coming the Blizzard Statwtbblue.comBarManager and I’m pretty sure the reason they went with scale instead of sizing would be becawtbblue.come that would then cawtbblue.come the Blizz. manager to “manage” the bar properties and cawtbblue.coming possible unwanted side-effects.
Celalinda-aggramar 19 February 2019 02:27 #17
While going through all of this, I found my old cwtbblue.comtom addon that has everything I want. However, it’s incompatible now so I am going to try and figure out why. Guess I’ll ditch dominos and bartender and try to get this to work.
I really appreciate the time you’ve dedicated to helping me, thank you a lot.
Fizzlemizz-azjolnerub (Fizzlemizz) 19 February 2019 02:30 #18
If your old addon is jwtbblue.comt saying it’s out-of date you can open its .toc file and change the ## Interface: no. to 80100
If it’s something else, post error(s).
Celalinda-aggramar 19 February 2019 03:09 #19
Thanks, I will.
My ex made it for me a long time ago, and it has random functions that I don’t need such as “fast-loot”, auto-sell, etc. I’m going to try and go through it and jwtbblue.comt find the bag, artifact bar, menu, and two stacked rows of the actions bars and then make it into a new addon without all of the “extra”.