OmniCC

OmniCC

Client Version: 1.12


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CooldownCount for Everything

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asd
asd
1 year ago

it works fine

Mumbl3s
Mumbl3s
1 year ago

Warstomp Cooldown shows up as 2%d m then 1%d m until it is under 1 Min

SonOfaLich
1 year ago
Reply to  Mumbl3s

Easy fix is to open “OmniCC.lua” in Notepad (Notepad++ is best) or some other text editor (not Word).
Look for the following lines and change these:
Line 26 – replace DAY_ONELETTER_ABBR to ‘d’
Line 29 – replace HOUR_ONELETTER_ABBR to ‘h’
Line 32 – replace MINUTE_ONELETTER_ABBR to ‘m’

Lastly, make sure to keep the single quote (‘) around your letter
Save the file and reload the game

Blinkmaster
Blinkmaster
1 year ago
Reply to  SonOfaLich

Your tutorial does not work for me with standart Vanilla client.
1. Replaced the values as you specified, used ‘ instead of ’ (your comment contains ’ but I suppose you meant normal single quotes)
2. Started the game, logged in, entered the world and the game froze forever
3. Repeated with ’ instead of ‘, the game showed LUA error and froze as well
4. Tried several more times, then returned the config file to it’s default state.

Raxium
Raxium
1 year ago
Reply to  Blinkmaster

It works for me. In fact, I decided to change the format a bit so it would read in the form of “minutes:seconds” instead of “minutes m”. It was a pretty simple change. I’ll post the code in a few comments for those interested. Just copy/paste it and replace lines 22-45 with it.

Bobject
4 months ago
Reply to  Raxium

I remenber reading and using the guide, but I think the comment got deleted.

Ryan
Ryan
1 year ago

I don’t believe you need this. Classic WoW has an option for changing cooldowns to display as numbers in the interface menu (I tested it in beta). It’s part of the new engine, hence why its in classic, and works nicely.