Discussion in 'The Veterans' Lounge' started by Beimeith, Jan 18, 2019.
That computer runs Windows 7 Pro.
I noticed that when I parse for a Total Spell Count, I now see many spells I did not cast nor where they cast on me; FYI.
These spells seem to be marked with "Fizzle" or "Interrupt" at the end.
And...my problem was that I did a left-click and drag. If I use control-click, all is right with the world!!
Thank you all for the help!!
I'm aware of the problem and have already fixed it. I'm making some additional changes to the spells tab that should be posted sometime soon.
Any help for a gameparse noob? Ive tried and tried but cant this to work and unfortantly i cant find any other parse program. Ive turned logs on and select the log file for my character to load up and the only thing that ever shows is a couple fights from a few weeks ago when i choose load entire file.
Make sure you are selecting the right char on the right server if you have a char with the same name on 2 or more servers. Type /log on as soon as you load the character youd like to parse. Try monitor new fights only and select the log of the character whos log you just turned on. Hit a combat dummy a few times, stop attacking, dotting, back pet off, let dots wear off, wait the default 30s timout period, and then look.
Any reason to not go ahead and make this the current release? It's been like 4-5 months since the official release of GamParse has worked, and there's still not even a mention of the Beta version even existing at the official site. Everyone has to find it over here and manually update from a thread, lol.
People have been running this version for over 3 months as it is, since the old one is completely useless.
Should go ahead and put it out and like ClickOnce keep it updated, even if you still want to call it "Beta".
Update 126.96.36.199 - Redownload from first post.
-Spells Tab now shows per-spell breakdowns for spell failures: Interrupts, Fizzles, Resists, Reflects, and Blocks.
-Spell Over Time now displays the above with a notation for each respective spell failure.
-Added parsing for combat ability spell message.
-Other Misc. improvements to spell parsing that aren't visible to you.
EDIT: pulled this update as I found a problem. Fix shortly.
Update 188.8.131.52 - Redownload from first post.
-Fix for error parsing slain messages from 184.108.40.206.
404 on the beta download
Root Directory Link
Choose the Beta option from there
I fixed the link.
Suggestion for future implementation: Could we get timing breakdown on activations? In particular, I would love to be able to find out for myself compared to my fellow guild mates that are more or less successful then I am and where we make differences.
a time graph that shows activations (alt act / spells etc by time graph) just like our dps counter but for activations.
Similarly it would be great to see these for heal thresholds. I like to see for sorting and correcting gaps in healing.
As valuable as the timeline you're suggesting would be, what you're calling "activations" heuristically wraps in a pretty sophisticated player understanding of What Matters, what qualifies as a significant action. The problem is that there isn't anything intrinsic to the log lines that report such which would differentiate their use from less significant happenings. That makes the timeline more of an add-on than a feature addition to the engine itself, since it won't be susceptible to parsing rules and logical segregation from spammy nonsense. The mechanism would be much more akin to a persistent version of what GINA does than what GamParse does. -- which isn't an outlandish sort of job for GamParse to do in parallel with its core, but adding it would be pretty discrete from working on GamParse.
Like a table where rows are time intervals, and colums are spells/discs/aa etc, each column is a toon.
Each half-tic is a row, being added from top (or below).
Possibly with the fiirst column being the dps on that mob at that time interval.
Well we can always dream
Is the blank Spells & Dics tab caused by some setting i have?
I don't think anyone has ever figured out what causes that.
I have the same issue except it's just the Overview/Comparison windows, the over time stuff on the right is fine.
I can get it to work by tabbing to the invisible window and then using the arrow keys to select a player. But it's super annoying.
I think the previous guy that had the problem had mentioned he was on windows 7. I'm on windows 10, have visual studio installed with all the sdks though.
A wish list item...
Could we get an export to forum option that will send the data as a table similar to Kizant's app?
Would be nice to line up multiple players of the same class side by side for comparisons. Currently I have to take the export, plug it into his app, save the image, load the image at a hosting site, then post it to the forums.
You'd have to give me an example. I haven't used his app.
He's referring to kizant's webapp (http://eq.kizant.net/spells.html). The output looks like this:
The main use is it allows you to compare cast numbers for the same spells more easily between players. It also allows you to remove rows, which can help filter out extraneous information.
Separate names with a comma.