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  • #164672
    bloodbornedoll
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      i.e I kill a quest mob, pickup quest item, or turn in quest

      I’ve installed the mod manually, i’ve tried disabling the dugi guide addon and that fixes it

      The version is 1.114. Is it the latest? or do i have to use the installer?

      #168122
      Dugi
      Keymaster
        Hi, it’s very likely a conflict with another addon that you’re using can you test with only Dugi enabled.
        #168123
        bloodbornedoll
        Participant

          So I tried with all addons disabled except dugi and still get 10 fps drop. With both questie and dugi enabled I get a 20 fps drop each time quest updates

          #170632
          Ozzi
          Participant
            I suggest to boot Windows in ‘clean boot’ this will minimize any interference from drivers, programs etc.
            1. Press winkey + R and type msconfig and hit Enter on your keyboard.
            2. Click Services.
            3. Click the checkbox next to Hide all Microsoft services.
            4. Click Disable all.
            5. Reboot computer.
            Run the game, ensure that all addons are disabled including dugi. Accept and complete a few quests, while keeping a close eye on the fps.
            Log out of the game, at character select screen enable Dugi guides. Accept and complete a few quests, while keeping a close eye on the fps.
            Report back here with findings please.
            To undo clean boot.
            1. Press winkey + R and type msconfig and hit enter on your keyboard.
            2. Click Services.
            3. Click the checkbox next to Hide all Microsoft services.
            4. Click Enable all.
            5. Reboot computer.
            #168125
            football
            Participant
              This solution fixes long loading screens so why not this.
              World of Warcraft_classic_CacheADBenUSDBCache.bin

              Log out / Close wow
              Find DBCache.bin in the path above
              Copy/backup the file to a safe location – just in case
              Delete the file in the folder above – Only the file!

              Log in to wow – a new file is created by the client
              None of your info / settings is deleted – it’s just a junk file that grows bigger and bigger over time. If Blizzard did this automatically many headaches would be gone ;P
              It’s worth a shot.

              #168135
              mike_ochsenbein
              Participant
                I have noticed the same thing recently.  I get the following error.

                Date: 2020-07-31 03:18:29

                ID: -2
                Error occured in: Global
                Count: 3
                Message: ..AddOnsDugisGuideViewerZLuaUtils.lua line 471:
                   thread_UpdateTrackingFilters:
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                [C]: Show’
                …rZLibsHereBeDragons-1.0HereBeDragons-Pins-2.0.lua line 379:
                   in function HandlePin’
                …rZLibsHereBeDragons-1.0HereBeDragons-Pins-2.0.lua line 772:
                   in function `AddWorldMapIconMap’
                ..AddOnsDugisGuideViewerZMapUtils.lua line 358:
                   in function `PlaceIconOnWorldMap’
                …erfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZWorldMapTracking.lua line 1328:
                   in function <…erfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZWorldMapTracking.lua:1232>
                Debug:
                   [C]: assert()
                   DugisGuideViewerZLuaUtils.lua:471:
                      DugisGuideViewerZLuaUtils.lua:458
                   DugisGuideViewerZLuaUtils.lua:572:
                      DugisGuideViewerZLuaUtils.lua:544
                Locals:
                (*temporary) = false
                (*temporary) = “thread_UpdateTrackingFilters:
                C stack overflowDetailed stack:
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                [C]: in function `Show’
                …rZLibsHereBeDragons-1.0HereBeDragons-Pins-2.0.lua:379: in function `HandlePin’
                …rZLibsHereBeDragons-1.0HereBeDragons-Pins-2.0.lua:772: in function `AddWorldMapIconMap’
                InterfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZMapUtils.lua:358: in function `PlaceIconOnWorldMap’
                …erfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZWorldMapTracking.lua:1328: in function <…erfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZWorldMapTracking.lua:1232>
                #168136
                mike_ochsenbein
                Participant

                  Still getting this random LUA error when quest items are picked up or quest mobs are killed.  Sometimes drops FPS when turning in quests.

                  #170627
                  Ozzi
                  Participant

                    what have you tried to do to remedy the situation?

                    have you tried to disable all addons excluding Dugi Guides?
                    while only dugi enabled have you tried /dugi fix, *will reset all settings*
                    With no info it’s like stabbing in the dark.
                    #168137
                    mike_ochsenbein
                    Participant

                      I have tried with Just Dugi Guides loaded.  Still have the problem.  I have not done “/dugi fix”  I didn’t know that was a command.  I did post the LUA error I’m getting, but don’t have coding knowledge to see what the problem is. I assume it has something to do with line “471” or possibly 458, 572, 544? I haven’t received an update in a while.

                      #170622
                      Ozzi
                      Participant
                        In that case I’d start off with ensuring that the addon is updated, as we have verified that theres no conflict with an addon or a setting.
                        This situation may be the likely cause is either a corrupt file or out of date.
                        In Dugi Installer click Settings button, ensure that the wow path’s are correct, you can click Auto Detect Paths button, or manually enter the path.
                        Ensure that your (dugi website/forum) Username & Password is correct.
                        Click Repair button; this will remove all saved variables and dugi guides addon.
                        Once complete, click on Ok button.
                        Click on the Ok button again.
                        If the installer does not download the latest version automatically, click Reinstall.
                        Lets see what happens now.
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