|xCT_1.9c release||26.04 KB||Dec 7, 2011||4.3.0||37,286||Download|
|xCT_1.9b release||26.05 KB||Dec 3, 2011||4.3.0||4,602||Download|
|xCT_1.8 release||25.91 KB||Jan 24, 2011||4.0.3a||7,078||Download|
|xCT_1.7s release||25.50 KB||Nov 27, 2010||4.0.3a||1,211||Download|
|xCT_1.7r release||25.14 KB||Nov 23, 2010||4.0.3a||482||Download|
|xCT_1.2a release||19.66 KB||Sep 19, 2010||3.3.5||2,681||Download|
|xCT_1.1d release||18.92 KB||Sep 17, 2010||3.3.5||509||Download|
|xCT_1.9d alpha||27.88 KB||Jul 25, 2016||7.0.3||344||Download|
xCT is a very lightweight combat text addon (20- 30kb mem usage)
xCT has 4 frames, first for incoming damage/resists/absorbs, second for incoming healing, third for auras/mana/reactive abilities/combopoints and other text info, frame 4 is for damage and healing you deal .
also, xCT has a nice spam merger, so damage from your AOE spell is displayed like 100500 x20 instead of 20 lines of spammy sh*t. Same for healing spells
You can place the frames as you like, and resize them.
Type /xct unlock to move frames.
Type /xct lock to lock frames on desired position.
Type /xct test to launch sample output.
The configuration section is inside config.lua file.
Read description carefully.
you can configure xCT per-class and per-character inside xCT.lua
config lines a pretty self-descriptive
xCT uses blizzard confuguration of combat text, so if you do not want to see auras or mana gains – disable them in blizzard setings and they'll dissapear.
Blizz CT settings a located in ESC->Interface->Combat Text
if you don't see any combat text on first use of xCT then go to ESC->Interface->Combat Text and enable things you want to see.
Improve a bit, main functionality reached.
You can't choose insert mode, blizzard bug, sorry. Messages will appear from bottom of the frames and go upwards.
Credits and thanks:
ALZA – for some ideas, xCT is based on LightCT.
Shestak – for some ideas, testing and inspiring me to make this addon.
Rostok – for fixes and healing code.
bleeding edge version is Always on my github