- Eddie PercyGruntJanuary 11, 2017 at 12:13 pmPost count: 8
Oh guys found this guy who posted this fix and it works for me but its just to get it running until we get updates later.
Ok, just so everyone knows, I have already posted how to fix this. But clearly people are not following those instructions.. If you want to fix yours you will need to do this.
Download the Latest GSE: Gnome Sequencer Enhanced: Advanced Macros..
That is the one on THIS PAGE.
Do not download the BETA.. Download
It will be Version: 152.. How to check this? Open your gs-core.toc file and look.. Should say Version 152 on line 5.
Of if you use the Curse Client.. Click on Versions and you will see
11/03/2016 GS-E 1.5.2 Release Installed
Once you have THAT VERSION
Open up the file called startup.lua
In there go to line 421.. This line should read
if specID > 15 then
FROM THAT LINE add in –in FRONT of all line from line 421 – 425.. so it looks like this..
— Check if the specID provided matches the plauers current class.
local _, specname, specdescription, specicon, _, specrole, specclass = GetSpecializationInfoByID(specID)
local currentclassDisplayName, currentenglishclass, currentclassId = UnitClass(“player”)
–if specID > 15 then
— GSPrintDebugMessage(L[“Checking if specID “] .. specID .. ” ” .. specclass .. L[” equals “] .. currentenglishclass)
— GSPrintDebugMessage(L[“Checking if specID “] .. specID .. L[” equals currentclassid “] .. currentclassId)
return (specclass==currentenglishclass or specID==currentclassId)
Save that file…
If you do this right it fixes it.
richardFirst SergeantJanuary 11, 2017 at 12:22 pmPost count: 136
- This reply was modified 1 week ago by Eddie Percy.
just d/ld new gs2 from curse names of macros show up in the viewer but not in the macro list or create macrowaltFirst SergeantJanuary 11, 2017 at 12:29 pmPost count: 75
My modified ones still work fine nothing cangedUthersGruntJanuary 11, 2017 at 12:45 pmPost count: 6
I just want to follow up and state that the editing of the file worked for me as well.
I downloaded Notepad++ which made the editing a little easier, then verified that I had the full version of GSSE installed, not the beta or alpha release.
I was then able to find the lua file and then I edited the file as mentioned in this thread. Instead of reloading my UI, I exited out of WoW and then logged back in and was able to access my shortcuts as before. I sometimes received errors when trying to open gsse but everything seems to be in working order and I was able to complete world quests and yesterday’s world boss without too many issues.SneedelGruntJanuary 11, 2017 at 6:08 pmPost count: 8
I cant find the startup.lua is GS-Core file all there is GS-Core.toc and gsCoretoGSEAdaptor.lua could someone direct me to the startup.lua. it seems im not the only one having problems finding it
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