View Single Post
Old 22.03.2011, 14:11   #1
 Assistant User Information

Erratic's Avatar
Question How to add a spell in Filger?

How to add a spell in Filger for dummies

What is Filger??? It's icons in the center of the screen,

If you need add a spell in Filger spell list you should:
  1. Ask yourself: "I rly need it?"
  2. Open file ShestakUI/Config/Filters/FilgerSpells.lua (see note)
  3. Decide on the type of spell:
    1. Self buff on player (P_BUFF_ICON)
    2. Self proc from enchant/talent/accesories and other (P_PROC_ICON)
    3. Self de/buff on target (T_DEBUFF_ICON)
    4. Self HoT/DoT on target (T_DE/BUFF_BAR)
    5. Self cc on focus (PVE/PVP_CC)
    6. Self cooldown and ICD (COOLDOWN)
    7. Self buff from items/potions or mass buff (like Bloodlast) (SPECIAL_P_BUFF_ICON)
    8. Enemy cc and immobilise effect on player (PVE/PVP_DEBUFF)
    9. Important defence buffs on target or important cc on target (from all) (T_BUFF)
  4. If the spell is in the 1 - 6 list item u'll:
    1. Find your class section in the file
    2. Find section what appropriate with the spell type (it is listed in parentheses, like P_BUFF_ICON)
  5. If the spell is in the 7 - 9 list item u'll:
    1. Find ALL section in the file.
    2. Find section what appropriate with the spell type (it is listed in parentheses, like PVE/PVP_DEBUFF)
  6. Make sure that the spell does not in the list
  7. Check the spellID you want to add. You can do it by:
    1. Enable Spell id in the this interface tooltip options, then get the spell in game and watch his id in the tooltip.
    2. Find spell on the wowhead, id is the numbers in the address line after "spell=".
  8. Add the necessary spell in list in line with other spells of this group, as well as a description of the Annex 1.
  9. ...
  10. PROFIT!
Annex 1:
Analysis of the contents of one cell with a spell

Annex 2:

Note: To facilitate the above listed actions are recommended to open lua files using the free text editor Notepad++ (

Translated with using of google translate, corrections accepted.

Note the helpful responses in this thread!

Says Thank:
MoLLIa (26.03.2011), Shestak (22.03.2011)