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I recently downloaded Pitbull 4, and am very confused with the options. On certain targets, I will have 3 target portraits on my screen. I have also seen people reposition where the moving portrait is and adjust the bar length. I was also wondering if it's possible to use the default Blizzard cast bar while using Pitbull, as when I disable the cast bar under the portrait, every cast bar is disabled.If anyone could help me figure this out it would be greatly appreciated.
I've been playing around with Pitbull 4 some days ago and, in my opinion, I've found it to be one of the most configurable UI addons out there.
On certain targets, I will have 3 target portraits on my screen.
Depending on modules enabled, you could have up to
portraits showing up on screen and all of them could depend on that single target of yours. Let's say we have 3 people on screen: Ed, Edd and Eddy. Now, let's also assume you have 'target', 'target of target' and 'target of target of target' modules turned on. So, if Ed is targeting Edd and Edd is targeting Eddy, you will have 3 portraits show up just by targeting Ed. The easiest way to test this is to target yourself and see what targeting modules you have turned on at that moment (as all of the portraits will be of you). This logic applies to focus based modules as well.
I was also wondering if it's possible to use the default Blizzard cast bar while using Pitbull, as when I disable the cast bar under the portrait, every cast bar is disabled.
As servers are down for maintenance at the time, I'm unable to test this but, with Pitbull having a global settings for turning on/off certain bars it is possible that you've turned off cast bars completely, instead of turning them off just for e.g. focus portrait. As soon as servers come online (and I find some spare time) I'll play around with those cast bar settings to confirm (or discard) this.
1. You are probably seeing Target, Target's Target, and Target's Target's Target. In other words, if a targets b and b targets c, you'll see frames for a, b, and c.
2. Yes. Modules -> Hide Blizzard Frames. The option should be in there.
3. If you want some frames to look different than others, you need to make layouts for them. By default, all frames share the same layout. To change this, go to layout editor, make a new layout, make the changes you want, and then set the frames you want to look different to that new layout.
Thanks for the responses everyone, really helpful.
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