If anyone wants a quick and dirty tag for raid frames to show a phased icon for example to monitor when people phase into the void zone on archimonde.
Currently there is no indicator enabled for raid frame phasing so I hacked together a tag from the phasing indicator function used in groups in suf to show the icon if a unit is phased. Tested it on a phased location in MoP and it works great
if UnitIsConnected(unit) and not UnitInPhase(unit) then
This one will show your time in queue and wait time for LFD or LFR (Does not work for pvp or pet battles as those are a different API calls)
What it prints out is "r" for raid and "d" for dungeon, players in queue/total queue size, time in queue, and average wait time.
KI exclude seconds for the wait time as anything < 1="" minute="" is="" not="" going="" to="" matter="" and="" it="" just="" takes="" up="">
r: 4/25 | t: 2 min 45 sec | w: 35 min
It will also color the number in queue, red if less than the total number of tanks and healers queued, yellow if between that and total number - tanks, or green if equal or greater than total number minus tanks. so for a 25 man raid, there are 2 tanks and 5 healers so < 7="red," 7-22="yellow" and="">= 23 = green
Anyway here is the tag:
NOTE: You need to specify a time interval and enable for frequent updates when making the tag as events will not properly trigger this so every second if you want (I use every 5 second)
edit: added combat condition because don't want this firing in combat less it errors out or taints or just distracts you ;)
if (not UnitAffectingCombat('player')) then
for i = 1, 4 do
local hasData, _, tankNeeds, healerNeeds, dpsNeeds, totalTanks, totalHealers, totalDPS, instanceType , _, _, _, _, _, _, myWait, queuedTime = GetLFGQueueStats(i);
if (hasData) then
local timePassed = SecondsToTime(myWait,true);
if myWait <= 0 then timePassed = 0 end
local timeInQueue = SecondsToTime(GetTime() - queuedTime);
local numMissing = (tankNeeds + healerNeeds + dpsNeeds);
local numTotal = (totalTanks + totalHealers + totalDPS);
local numNeeded = (numTotal - numMissing);
if (numNeeded >= (numTotal - totalTanks)) then
colorNum = "|cff00ff00" -- green
elseif (math.random(numNeeded,numTotal) < (numTotal - totalTanks)) and (numNeeded > (totalTanks + totalHealers)) then
colorNum = "|cffffd200" -- yellow
colorNum = "|cffdd3a00" -- red
if instanceType == 1 then lfType = "r: " elseif instanceType == 6 then lfType = "d: " end
return (lfType .. colorNum .. numNeeded .. "/" .. numTotal .. "|r | t: " .. timeInQueue .. " | w: " .. timePassed);
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