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07-09-09, 02:26 PM   #1
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A little script help for kgpanels

Ok so heres the deal. For my raid healing ui i have 2 panels created for kgpanels. one for 10 and one for 25. The thing is i want the proper panels to show up based on the number of people i have in the raid.

I tired to work out the sample scripts on the page containing them over at wowace but im having the hardest time getting it to work. (translation i suck at anything pertaining to code)

In short:

In a 10 man raid id like panel 1 to show and panel 2 to hide. And the reverse to happen when in a 25 (1 to hide and 2 to show) and both hidden if im in a 5 man.

Any assistance would be appreciated.
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07-09-09, 03:16 PM   #2
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Code:
local party, mode = GetNumPartyMembers(), GetCurrentDungeonDifficulty()

-- hide both
PANEL1:Hide()
PANEL2:Hide()

-- 10 man normal mode
if party > 5 and mode == 1 then
    PANEL1:Show()

-- 25 man heroic mode
elseif party > 10 and mode >= 2 then
    PANEL2:Show()
end
Drycoded, but hope it helps

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Thanks for the help. ill give it a test run and let you know =)
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Take those two Hide() lines and move them into the OnLoad section of your scripts (where you register for the events).
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Originally Posted by Seerah View Post
Take those two Hide() lines and move them into the OnLoad section of your scripts (where you register for the events).
If that were done, it wouldn't hide PANEL1 when showing PANEL2, which is desired. Could be written other ways, but the Hide()/Show() happens so fast you shouldn't notice at all anyway.
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Originally Posted by Katae View Post
If that were done, it wouldn't hide PANEL1 when showing PANEL2, which is desired. Could be written other ways, but the Hide()/Show() happens so fast you shouldn't notice at all anyway.
Ah, yes, you are right. I guess I only skimmed the code. But you want to hide them in OnLoad, or else they'll both be shown when you log in, until the event fires.

Put

PANEL1:Hide()
PANEL2:Hide()

in OnLoad and the OnEvent should be:

Code:
local party, mode = GetNumPartyMembers(), GetCurrentDungeonDifficulty()

-- 10 man normal mode
if party > 5 and mode == 1 then
    PANEL1:Show()
    PANEL2:Hide()

-- 25 man heroic mode
elseif party > 10 and mode >= 2 then
    PANEL2:Show()
    PANEL1:Hide()
end
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