clcInfo

retribution example

NOTICE: Started fixing it for WOD/PTR. Check the files at: http://wow.curseforge.com/addons/clctracker/files/

NOTICE: For the modified paladin power bar use: http://wow.curseforge.com/addons/clcppb/files/

Main purpose of the addon is to help the user easily track various cooldowns/auras/procs.
It supports multiple talent builds and should switch easy between them.
Also allows class specific modules that implement rotations (like clcret) or other features class specific.

Documentation main page: http://sites.google.com/site/clcinfowiki/
First steps: http://sites.google.com/site/clcinfowiki/first-steps
Code examples: http://sites.google.com/site/clcinfowiki/code-examples

Rotations for multiple classes by JManbc:

Video Tutorials:

User made tutorials:

Template codes available for:

  • Paladin: Retribution and Holy
  • Priest: Discipline and Holy

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  • Avatar of zzchess zzchess Dec 28, 2011 at 13:45 UTC - 0 likes

    I'm using JManbc's demonology 4.3 lua. For some reason, it doesn't tell me to use metamorphosis. Any ideas why not?

    Last edited Dec 28, 2011 by zzchess
  • Avatar of JManbc JManbc Dec 12, 2011 at 06:29 UTC - 0 likes

    @nirk: Go

    I changed to demon in 4.3 since its the higher dps spec now. But I did use the Afflic roto for 1 DS raid last week. I'll double check that its correct for 4.3 and post any needed updates this week. If you want though the demon roto marked 4.2 hasn't changed and is tested in the new DS raid.

  • Avatar of nirk nirk Dec 12, 2011 at 04:31 UTC - 0 likes

    Hello - This is indeed a fantastic addon! I was however wondering if anyone has created an updated rotation for affliction warlocks for 4.3? I have taken a look at the one on JManbc's site but it looks like it is outdated and a few of the "steps" within the LUA are not working as expected..or appear too.

    Thanks!

  • Avatar of kragshotprime kragshotprime Dec 06, 2011 at 22:37 UTC - 0 likes

    Just loaded the latest update and it disabled the addon. It shows itself as being there and active according to both "addon control panel" and WoW's internal addon listing at character selection, but it does not show up in the interface listing on the active character.

    I had to back-step to the previous version to get it to work again.

  • Avatar of JManbc JManbc Oct 31, 2011 at 18:25 UTC - 0 likes

    @jctc: Go

    You can try setting up mine. There is a link above to the source files.

    WoW-Rotations

  • Avatar of jctc jctc Oct 30, 2011 at 19:11 UTC - 0 likes

    Hi friends, the addon is awesome! I'm trying to use it with my warlock demonology. Does anyone have a demonology module or template that I can use? How can I setting myself a template for this? I tried myself but I didn't have success. :( Can you help me? :)

    Regards!

  • Avatar of Deronda2 Deronda2 Oct 13, 2011 at 14:47 UTC - 0 likes

    One more idea: Have the Icon and Bar functions take a spell id, optionally, instead of a spell name. This will allow people to export configurations that can potentially be localized.

  • Avatar of lonti84 lonti84 Oct 01, 2011 at 08:30 UTC - 0 likes

    Hello I have a little request here. Are there any chances to implement two icon functionality (current and next spell) for enh shamans? I really loved the way that addon works for my ret and prot, and i would like to stick to some habits i get during playtime as a ret.

    I mean, there are few things i really miss in enh module: - as i said two icon functionality - it's much more helpful when addon is telling you which spell will be next, especially in time when you are meleeing (you can prepare yourself to press right button, so you don't lose time while dpsing) - showing global cooldown and spell cooldown on icons (spell cooldown in case when you have all on cd, and addon picked spell that will be off cd soon) - possibility to set priority in module configuration, just like for ret / prot

    I would be really gratefull for solving this, because i can't manage this by myself... When i checked how the lua file looks for ret, it's much more complicated than i tought :P

    PS. About tracking Searing Totem as enh, try to use GetTotemInfo(x) here you have full descriptin http://wowprogramming.com/docs/api/GetTotemInfo I use something like this

    local haveTotem, x, x, x, x = GetTotemInfo(1)
    if haveTotem == nil then
    	return IconSpell("Searing Totem")
    end
    

    You can also try to track totem by name

    local haveTotem, name, x, x, x = GetTotemInfo(1)
    if haveTotem ~= nil and name ~= "Searing Totem" then
            return IconSpell("Searing Totem")
    elseif haveTotem == nil then
            return IconSpell("Searing Totem")
    end
    

    Thanks for help and have a good game Lonti84

  • Avatar of Deronda2 Deronda2 Sep 30, 2011 at 22:34 UTC - 0 likes

    Suggestions: Optional return arguments for BarAura that let you set the color of the bar. BarMAura that functions like IconMAura, which will track buffs/debuffs that override each other.

    Purpose: for my combat rogue I have a bar that tracks "Shallow Insight", "Moderate Insight", and "Deep Insight". Only one can be up at a time. Right now I've had to create 3 bars and put them in the same place on the grid. It works, but it would be cleaner to just call BarMAura, have it track all three, and be able to assign a different color to the bar of each buff.

    Thanks for the great addon.

  • Avatar of Deronda2 Deronda2 Aug 14, 2011 at 21:12 UTC - 0 likes

    I've made a module for Arms Warriors. I'd like to invite you to try it out:

    http://wow.curseforge.com/addons/clcinfo_armswarrior/

    Last edited Sep 14, 2011 by Deronda2

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Date created
Aug 25, 2009
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Last update
Oct 17, 2014
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