Class Colors lets you change class colors without breaking parts of the Blizzard UI.
It is supported by many popular addons, and also applies your custom colors to all parts of the Blizzard UI that are normally class-colored. If you want to colorize more parts of the Blizzard UI, check out yClassColors by yleaf.
Type “/classcolors” for options, or open the Class Colors panel in the Interface Options window.
If you encounter of problem with Class Colors, submit a bug report. Please fill in as much of the ticket submission form as you can, and remember to check on your ticket after a few days, as I may need more information from you in order to identify or fix the problem.
Post a comment on WoWInterface. Please note that Class Colors is limited in scope to changing class colors. Requests to change other types of colors will not be considered.
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How to make your addon support Class Colors
Basically, any time your addon would read a value from the
`RAID_CLASS_COLORS table, just look for a
CUSTOM_CLASS_COLORS table and read from it instead.
If your addon uses a local upvalue for
RAID_CLASS_COLORS, or builds a local cache table of class colors, you should update your upvalue or cache in response to the
PLAYER_LOGIN event, and register for a callback to be notified when the user changes a class color.
Please do not check for the !ClassColors addon by name — eg. with
IsAddOnLoaded — or set !ClassColors as a dependency for your addon.
See see the CUSTOM_CLASS_COLORS documentation for more details!
- Date created
- Feb 08, 2009
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- Mar 06, 2013
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