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iFilger is a very minimal buff/debuff tracking addon that will allow you to track buffs/debuffs on yourself, target, pets, focus, etc, and also can be used to track cooldowns.
Buffs/debuffs/cooldowns/internal-cooldown can be displayed as both bars and icons, and stack sizes and durations will be shown.
Only the buffs/debuffs/cooldowns you want will be displayed, the addon uses a white-list system and you have to tell it exactly what you want it to show.
The default config is VERY bar/icon spammy, you’ll probably want to go through and comment out a bunch of stuff for a usable setup.
Download the zip file and unzip it. You will find the README and four folders named : iFilger, iFilger_Config, iFilger_ConfigUI, Tukui_iFilger. Copy the four folders (iFilger, iFilger_Config, iFilger_ConfigUI and Tukui_iFilger ) into you World of Warcraft\Interface\AddOns\ folder.
Tukui_iFilger is for those who already have Tukui (dependant version).
iFilger is for the one who do not have Tukui (stand alone version).
iFilger_ConfigUI is an optional ingame configuration interface (not required to use iFilger/Tukui_iFilger).
Launch the game and enjoy !
Resizing, moving & some other options can be done ingame using the ConfigUI.
To opening the ConfigUI, use /ifilger
All other configuration (like adding a groupe of buffs, managing buffs…) must be done by directly editing iFilger_Config/Config.lua.
A guide can be found here .
Moving the bars
To move buffs, use /mifilger To reset buff positions, use /rifilger
In real situation :
Getting perfect by a rogue
ConfigUI must be done so it recognise if new sub sections have been added or deleted. That way reset should not be mandatory.
Adding a Merge With option, because having 3 times the same name (Cooldown), you don’t realy know what is in that sub section (ICD or racials ?).
Localisation is done, but German, Spanish and others versions are needed. If you feel like helping me, i would gladly appreciate it !