[quote name='Clamnesia' timestamp='1399993368' post='4119788']
When Glink gets into his first fight at blizzcon, can we please make sure the cameras are catching it so that virtual ticket owners can see him get his punk, ddosing, account piloting, small man syndrome tail whooped? pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease?
All of Glinks fights will be recorded and on aj posted as " Glinks 2 ". We will be expecting dhorothy to comment On the thread letting us know how he could of done it better as well.
What is Gladius?
Gladius adds enemy unit frames to arenas for easier targeting and focusing. It shows a health bar, a mana bar below the health bar (optional), a cast bar below the mana bar (optional), a class icon to the left side of the health bar (optional) and important buffs and crowd control durations (optional, overlays the class icon). The frame resizes itself to the current bracket (optional).
Gladius uses the 3.0.2 arena unit ids, therefore it'll add units automatically to the frame (byebye targeting macros) and you'll always be able to target/focus the enemies, regardless of if they are added when you're in combat. The cast bars and the buff/debuff timers should be 100% correct.
You can add important buffs and crowd controls in the auralist.lua file. You will have to select a priority for it. If a buff/debuff is already displaying when the spell is cast it'll only show up on the class icon if the priority equals or is higher than the current one displayed.
Arena enemies targets (optional): displays the class of the arena enemy's current target in a small frame on the health bar to the right.
Trinket status (optional): has a few different display options, but in general it shows if the PvP Trinket is ready for the arena enemy.
/gladius ui, config, options - displays the configuration screen
/gladius test1-5 - shows a test frame with the chosen amount of test units
/gladius hide - hides the test frame
/gladius trinket - simulates a trinket being used for the first arena target
But.. but.. this is very similar to Proximo and SSAF?
Yes, I simply created this as a learning project for Lua. I actually didn't plan on releasing it but in the end I thought it turned out pretty good and decided to give it a go. I do not expect to start competing with the big boys, but perhaps someone else is interested in using it.
Thanks to Proximo, SSArena Frames and their respective developers for working as both inspirational and informational sources.