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Updated:12/11/22 10:24 AM
Created:07/22/22 09:40 AM
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AddonCategory
Version: 1.5.3
by: Floliroy [More]
Quick Description

This addon allows you to associate your addons to custom categories.
Each categories can be reordered like you would like.


Categories

There is already some categories created :
User Interface, Trackers, Combat, PvE, PvP, Util, Craft, Housing, Map, Class

You can create how many new categories that you want.

AddonCategory also have some addons already put into categories.


For Authors

You can assign your own addon to a category if the addon doesn't already have a category linked to it.
Exemple if you want to set your addon's category "Combat" :
Lua Code:
  1. --Add this to your OnAddOnLoaded function
  2. if AddonCategory then
  3.     AddonCategory.AssignAddonToCategory(addonName, AddonCategory.baseCategories.Combat)
  4. end
AddonCategory.baseCategories is :
Lua Code:
  1. AddonCategory.baseCategories = {
  2.     UserInterface = "User Interface",
  3.     Trackers = "Trackers",
  4.     Combat = "Combat",
  5.     PvE = "PvE",
  6.     PvP = "PvP",
  7.     Util = "Util",
  8.     Craft = "Craft",
  9.     Housing = "Housing",
  10.     Map = "Map",
  11.     Class = "Class",
  12. }



Let me know if there is any bugs !



Big thanks to MrPikPik and andy.s for helping me when i started developing this addon.
Version 1.5.3 :
Add libraries index into AddonCategory.indexCategories
You can access it with AddonCategory.getIndexOfCategory(GetString(SI_ADDON_MANAGER_SECTION_LIBRARIES))

Version 1.5.2 :
removed bulton-fr merge
=> Once again fully compatible with PerfectPixel
=> Tried to made it a minimum compatible with Votan's Addon List

Version 1.5.1 :
Add function AddonCategory.getIndexOfCategory(categoryName)

Version 1.5 :
Add compatibility to Votan's Addon List (thx to bulton-fr)

Version 1.4.1 :
API Bump

Version 1.4 :
Allow authors to asign themself to a category

Version 1.3 :
Added a button to select non assigned addons so you can assign them easily to categories

Version 1.2 :
Added option to enable / disable and to hide / show libraries
Added some addons into known sorted addons to categories

Version 1.1 :
Fixed some bad code thx to Baertram

Version 1.0 :
Initial version of the Add-On
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Unread 01/26/23, 08:56 AM  
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Hi, I am trying to rework the addon categories to my own liking.

When I try to delete existing categories, nothing happens. Does it only work, when categories are empty ?

Edit:
I have just seen the message in the chat. Base categories cannot be deleted. Would be nice, if I could anyway.

Edit2:
renaming is also a bad idea, this breaks the whole addon system.

Edit3:
I just checked the saved variables. all the preloaded addon categories are not changed when renaming a base category. Only currently installed addons are updated. Once I install one of the preloaded addons the addon will not load anymore and addon configuration will be broken. Maybe also disable renaming base categories to avoid that. Or change to code to also handle not installed addons.
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Originally Posted by Baertram
One of your updates has broken compatibility (if this particular button was working before?) with Votans Addon List.
-> The button added by Votans addon, to scroll down to the "libraries" is not working anymore:


It does not scroll down to the libraries anymore, it does nothing except changing the texture.

I guess you maybe need to add the
Code:
## OptionalDependsOn: LibVotansAddonList
to make it load before your addon, so all changes and indices which Votan's addon needs will be stored properly BEFORE your categories are inserted and invalidate the old indices (only a wild guess!).

Tested with only Votans addon list (works), AddonSelector + Votans addon list (works), AddonCategory + Votans addon list (does not work),
AddonCategory + Addon Selector + Votans addon list (does not work)



Edit: After reviewing votan's code
Votan stores the index of the libraries in a variable
addon.libSectionDataIndex
Code:
do
	local orgAddAddonTypeSection = ZO_AddOnManager.AddAddonTypeSection
	function ZO_AddOnManager.AddAddonTypeSection(...)
		local self, isLibrary = ...
		if isLibrary then
			local addonEntries = self.addonTypes[isLibrary]
			local scrollData = ZO_ScrollList_GetDataList(self.list)
			addon.libSectionDataIndex = #addonEntries ~= 0 and #scrollData + 1 or 0
		end
		return orgAddAddonTypeSection(...)
	end
end
The optional dependency might not be enough! As the code will be run if the addon manager was opened later
So I guess your new added categories might be the problem here and you need to add some compatibility with Votan, if your addon is enabled.
Your addon returns the index of the libraries section and votan reads it from your global variable AddonCategory.librariesIndex e.g., if AddonCategory ~= nil
yeah i dont think i can directly modify addon.libSectionDataIndex from votan's addon so i will just add index of libraries into AddonCategory.indexCategories with GetString(SI_ADDON_MANAGER_SECTION_LIBRARIES) as key and index as value
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Unread 12/11/22, 09:38 AM  
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See my edited post below, with a workaround idea. You need to talk to Votan I guess

I've meanwhile added your categories, and scroll to them, via right click on the search edit box of AddonSelector:


Unfortunately the scroll list always scrolls the selecte dindex to the center of the list, not to the top. So if you select "Util2 it will have Util shown in the center rows.. But well, betetr than nothing

Originally Posted by Floliroy
Originally Posted by Baertram
One of your updates has broken compatibility (if this particular button was working before?) with Votans Addon List.
-> The button added by Votans addon, to scroll down to the "libraries" is not working anymore:


It does not scroll down to the libraries anymore, it does nothing except changing the texture.

I guess you maybe need to add the
Code:
## OptionalDependsOn: LibVotansAddonList
to make it load before your addon, so all changes and indices which Votan's addon needs will be stored properly BEFORE your categories are inserted and invalidate the old indices (only a wild guess!).

Tested with only Votans addon list (works), AddonSelector + Votans addon list (works), AddonCategory + Votans addon list (does not work),
AddonCategory + Addon Selector + Votans addon list (does not work)
Yeah i said minimum compatibility i know that this button isnt working for now
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Originally Posted by Baertram
One of your updates has broken compatibility (if this particular button was working before?) with Votans Addon List.
-> The button added by Votans addon, to scroll down to the "libraries" is not working anymore:


It does not scroll down to the libraries anymore, it does nothing except changing the texture.

I guess you maybe need to add the
Code:
## OptionalDependsOn: LibVotansAddonList
to make it load before your addon, so all changes and indices which Votan's addon needs will be stored properly BEFORE your categories are inserted and invalidate the old indices (only a wild guess!).

Tested with only Votans addon list (works), AddonSelector + Votans addon list (works), AddonCategory + Votans addon list (does not work),
AddonCategory + Addon Selector + Votans addon list (does not work)
Yeah i said minimum compatibility i know that this button isnt working for now
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One of your updates has broken compatibility (if this particular button was working before?) with Votans Addon List.
-> The button added by Votans addon, to scroll down to the "libraries" is not working anymore:


It does not scroll down to the libraries anymore, it does nothing except changing the texture.

I guess you maybe need to add the
Code:
## OptionalDependsOn: LibVotansAddonList
to make it load before your addon, so all changes and indices which Votan's addon needs will be stored properly BEFORE your categories are inserted and invalidate the old indices (only a wild guess!).

Tested with only Votans addon list (works), AddonSelector + Votans addon list (works), AddonCategory + Votans addon list (does not work),
AddonCategory + Addon Selector + Votans addon list (does not work)



Edit: After reviewing votan's code
Votan stores the index of the libraries in a variable
addon.libSectionDataIndex
Code:
do
	local orgAddAddonTypeSection = ZO_AddOnManager.AddAddonTypeSection
	function ZO_AddOnManager.AddAddonTypeSection(...)
		local self, isLibrary = ...
		if isLibrary then
			local addonEntries = self.addonTypes[isLibrary]
			local scrollData = ZO_ScrollList_GetDataList(self.list)
			addon.libSectionDataIndex = #addonEntries ~= 0 and #scrollData + 1 or 0
		end
		return orgAddAddonTypeSection(...)
	end
end
The optional dependency might not be enough! As the code will be run if the addon manager was opened later
So I guess your new added categories might be the problem here and you need to add some compatibility with Votan, if your addon is enabled.
Your addon returns the index of the libraries section and votan reads it from your global variable AddonCategory.librariesIndex e.g., if AddonCategory ~= nil
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Originally Posted by L4R5
Originally Posted by valthierX
This latest version doesn't seem to be compatible with PerfectPixel. You can't access your addons if you have PerfectPixel and this addon. But if you go out of the game and then disable one of them then everything is fine when you are back at the game. If you enable both, if you try to access your addons while in game, you can't.
I did not do any further tests, but I am also running Perfect Pixel and the addon breaks the addon overview.
So you have last version on both addons ?
Gonna try to reproduce the error to try to fix it...

Which client language do you have also ?

EDIT : Just tried with Addon Selector + Votan's Addon List + PerfectPixel + AddonCategory and i have no issue :x

EDIT 2 : I finally found the issue, its when you have an uncategorized addon
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Originally Posted by valthierX
This latest version doesn't seem to be compatible with PerfectPixel. You can't access your addons if you have PerfectPixel and this addon. But if you go out of the game and then disable one of them then everything is fine when you are back at the game. If you enable both, if you try to access your addons while in game, you can't.
I did not do any further tests, but I am also running Perfect Pixel and the addon breaks the addon overview.
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Originally Posted by valthierX
This latest version doesn't seem to be compatible with PerfectPixel. You can't access your addons if you have PerfectPixel and this addon. But if you go out of the game and then disable one of them then everything is fine when you are back at the game. If you enable both, if you try to access your addons while in game, you can't.
idk for me i dont have issue and i use perfect pixel
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This latest version doesn't seem to be compatible with PerfectPixel. You can't access your addons if you have PerfectPixel and this addon. But if you go out of the game and then disable one of them then everything is fine when you are back at the game. If you enable both, if you try to access your addons while in game, you can't.
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Thanks Floliroy
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Originally Posted by Baertram
Originally Posted by Floliroy
Originally Posted by Baertram
Thanks. Totally understood @sub categories. As I said this is nice to have


Addon Selector already provides a "scroll to code".
Basically it just reuses existing ZO_ScrollList functions which need the index or the dataTable entry (complete data table row for comparison).

All one would need is the index in the ZO_ScrollList where you have added/inserted the category headlines, returned as a table e.g. { "Category Name 1" = index1, "Category name 2" = index2, ... } by your API then and one can use that with ZO's scroll list functions for whatever usage afterwards.
-> I think the ZOs function that adds the categories to the scroll list actually returns the index where it was added/inserted somehow, so you could grab it from there. Not sure though
I added the function AddonCategory.getIndexOfCategory(categoryName) where you can pass either a baseCategories or a new custom category created by the user, you can also directly get AddonCategory.indexCategories[] which has categoryName as key, and index as value!

PS: You need to have open your addon list so the table is populate tho

Thanks!
Is AddonCategory.baseCategories containing all categories defined, custom ones too?
Or is there another table or any API to get "all category names" existing (base and custom)?
Else I'll use AddonCategory.indexCategories and build my own lookup table for all available names, by the table key.
Nah it only includes the base ones.
To get all the categories you can check AddonCategory.savedVariables.listCategory which has all the categories name as values (index is just a number).
Or directly AddonCategory.indexCategories for your purpose i guess, so if an user dont have any addon into a category you dont try to scroll to an inexistant category !
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Originally Posted by Floliroy
Originally Posted by Baertram
Thanks. Totally understood @sub categories. As I said this is nice to have


Addon Selector already provides a "scroll to code".
Basically it just reuses existing ZO_ScrollList functions which need the index or the dataTable entry (complete data table row for comparison).

All one would need is the index in the ZO_ScrollList where you have added/inserted the category headlines, returned as a table e.g. { "Category Name 1" = index1, "Category name 2" = index2, ... } by your API then and one can use that with ZO's scroll list functions for whatever usage afterwards.
-> I think the ZOs function that adds the categories to the scroll list actually returns the index where it was added/inserted somehow, so you could grab it from there. Not sure though
I added the function AddonCategory.getIndexOfCategory(categoryName) where you can pass either a baseCategories or a new custom category created by the user, you can also directly get AddonCategory.indexCategories[] which has categoryName as key, and index as value!

PS: You need to have open your addon list so the table is populate tho

Thanks!
Is AddonCategory.baseCategories containing all categories defined, custom ones too?
Or is there another table or any API to get "all category names" existing (base and custom)?
Else I'll use AddonCategory.indexCategories and build my own lookup table for all available names, by the table key.
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Originally Posted by Baertram
Thanks. Totally understood @sub categories. As I said this is nice to have


Addon Selector already provides a "scroll to code".
Basically it just reuses existing ZO_ScrollList functions which need the index or the dataTable entry (complete data table row for comparison).

All one would need is the index in the ZO_ScrollList where you have added/inserted the category headlines, returned as a table e.g. { "Category Name 1" = index1, "Category name 2" = index2, ... } by your API then and one can use that with ZO's scroll list functions for whatever usage afterwards.
-> I think the ZOs function that adds the categories to the scroll list actually returns the index where it was added/inserted somehow, so you could grab it from there. Not sure though
I added the function AddonCategory.getIndexOfCategory(categoryName) where you can pass either a baseCategories or a new custom category created by the user, you can also directly get AddonCategory.indexCategories[] which has categoryName as key, and index as value!

PS: You need to have open your addon list so the table is populate tho
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Thanks. Totally understood @sub categories. As I said this is nice to have


Addon Selector already provides a "scroll to code".
Basically it just reuses existing ZO_ScrollList functions which need the index or the dataTable entry (complete data table row for comparison).

All one would need is the index in the ZO_ScrollList where you have added/inserted the category headlines, returned as a table e.g. { "Category Name 1" = index1, "Category name 2" = index2, ... } by your API then and one can use that with ZO's scroll list functions for whatever usage afterwards.
-> I think the ZOs function that adds the categories to the scroll list actually returns the index where it was added/inserted somehow, so you could grab it from there. Not sure though

Originally Posted by Floliroy
Originally Posted by Baertram
Hi, is there "technically" a way to create sub-categories to the categories?

Like
UI -> Inventory
UI -> Group
etc.

This would be awesome (but I know, it's kind of nice to have ).

btw:
If you want to and tell me how we can achieve this we can implement somehting into "Addon Selectors" search editbox (right click context menu -> "Scroll to category User Interface" or similar) and improve the search so that if one enters "User interface" or "Craft" (or any othe rof your defined categories) it will scroll there.

One would need API functions to get the created categories and a way to find them in the addon list (maybe you povide a "scroll to category x" API already?)
If not this would be awesome if you could add one, liek save the index at the addon list where you add the category into a table of your addon and return that table, together with the category name from AddonCategory.baseCategories.
For the sub category i would guess it is possible but would need lot of work and dont have time for it right now, anyway maybe someone can do a github pull request as for the Votan's Addon List compatibility!

For the scroll to category yeah i guess it could be kinda easy if i find the good function to scroll to into addon list and then i can create an API function !
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don't working

Lua Code:
  1. /EsoUI/Libraries/Utility/ZO_TableUtils.lua:76: attempt to index a nil value
  2. stack traceback:
  3. /EsoUI/Libraries/Utility/ZO_TableUtils.lua:76: in function 'ZO_TableOrderingFunction'
  4. |caaaaaa<Locals> entry1 = [table:1]{addOnDescription = "", strippedAddOnName = "Imperial City Helper", expandable = F, addOnFileName = "ImperialCityHelper", isCustomCategory = F, addOnDependencyText = "", isOutOfDate = T, addOnAuthorByLine = "Автор: Kawamonkey", index = 282, addOnState = 4, addOnEnabled = F, strippedAddOnAuthorByLine = "Автор: Kawamonkey", isLibrary = F, addOnName = "Imperial City Helper"}, sortKey = "strippedAddOnName", sortKeys = [table:2]{}, sortOrder = T, value1 = "Imperial City Helper" </Locals>|r
  5. (tail call): ?
  6. [C]: in function 'table.sort'
  7. /EsoUI/PregameAndIngame/ZO_AddOnManager/ZO_AddOnManager.lua:479: in function 'ZO_AddOnManager:AddAddonTypeSection'
  8. |caaaaaa<Locals> self = [table:3]{currentSortKey = "strippedAddOnName", automaticallyColorRows = T, isAllFilterSelected = F, currentSortDirection = T}, isLibrary = F, sectionTitleText = "Модификации", addonEntries = [table:4]{} </Locals>|r
  9. user:/AddOns/AddonCategory/AddonCategory.lua:170: in function 'AddAddonTypeSection'
  10. |caaaaaa<Locals> self = [table:3], isLibrary = F, sectionTitleText = "Модификации", customCategory = F </Locals>|r
  11. user:/AddOns/AddonCategory/AddonCategory.lua:301: in function 'SortScrollList'
  12. |caaaaaa<Locals> self = [table:3], scrollData = [table:5]{} </Locals>|r
  13. /EsoUI/Libraries/ZO_SortFilterList/ZO_SortFilterList.lua:136: in function 'ZO_SortFilterList:RefreshData'
  14. |caaaaaa<Locals> self = [table:3] </Locals>|r
  15. /EsoUI/PregameAndIngame/ZO_AddOnManager/ZO_AddOnManager.lua:509: in function 'ZO_AddOnManager:OnShow'
  16. |caaaaaa<Locals> self = [table:3] </Locals>|r
  17. (tail call): ?
  18. /EsoUI/PregameAndIngame/ZO_AddOnManager/ZO_AddOnManager.lua:25: in function '(anonymous)'
  19. [C]: in function 'SetHidden'
  20. /EsoUI/Libraries/ZO_Scene/ZO_SceneFragmentTemplates.lua:122: in function 'ZO_AnimatedSceneFragment:Show'
  21. |caaaaaa<Locals> self = [table:6]{animationTemplate = "FadeSceneAnimation", state = "showing", duration = 200, fireCallbackDepth = 0, animationKey = 22, allowShowHideTimeUpdates = F}, currentScene = [table:7]{restoresHUDSceneToggleUIMode = F, restoresHUDSceneToggleGameMenu = F, state = "shown", wasShownInGamepadPreferredMode = F, wasRequestedToShowInGamepadPreferredMode = F, disallowEvaluateTransitionCompleteCount = 0, fireCallbackDepth = 0, name = "gameMenuInGame"}, animation = ud </Locals>|r
  22. /EsoUI/Libraries/ZO_Scene/ZO_SceneFragment.lua:162: in function 'ZO_SceneFragment:ShouldBeShown'
  23. |caaaaaa<Locals> self = [table:6] </Locals>|r
  24. /EsoUI/Libraries/ZO_Scene/ZO_SceneFragment.lua:232: in function 'ZO_SceneFragment:Refresh'
  25. |caaaaaa<Locals> self = [table:6], oldState = "hidden" </Locals>|r
  26. /EsoUI/Libraries/ZO_Scene/ZO_Scene.lua:49: in function 'ZO_Scene:AddFragment'
  27. |caaaaaa<Locals> self = [table:7], fragment = [table:6] </Locals>|r
  28. /EsoUI/Libraries/ZO_Scene/ZO_Scene.lua:86: in function 'ZO_Scene:AddTemporaryFragment'
  29. |caaaaaa<Locals> self = [table:7], fragment = [table:6] </Locals>|r
  30. /EsoUI/Libraries/ZO_Scene/ZO_SceneManager_Base.lua:119: in function 'ZO_SceneManager_Base:AddFragment'
  31. |caaaaaa<Locals> self = [table:8]{numTopLevelShown = 0, hudUISceneName = "hudui", fireCallbackDepth = 0, initialized = F, hudUISceneHidesAutomatically = T, hudSceneName = "hud", remoteSceneSequenceNumber = 9, exitUIModeOnChatFocusLost = F, numRemoteTopLevelShown = 0}, fragment = [table:6], state = "shown" </Locals>|r
  32. /EsoUI/Ingame/GameMenu_InGame/GameMenu_Ingame.lua:39: in function 'ShowAddons'
  33. /EsoUI/Common/ZO_GameMenu/ZO_GameMenu.lua:56: in function 'TreeEntryOnSelected'
  34. |caaaaaa<Locals> control = ud, data = [table:9]{name = "Модификации", hasSelectedState = T}, selected = T, reselectingDuringRebuild = F </Locals>|r
  35. /EsoUI/Libraries/ZO_Tree/ZO_Tree.lua:732: in function 'ZO_TreeNode:OnSelected'
  36. |caaaaaa<Locals> self = [table:10]{open = F, childIndent = 30, enabled = T, openPercentage = 0, childrenHeight = 0, selectSound = "Click_TreeHeader", childSpacing = 8, childrenCurrentHeight = 0, selected = F}, reselectingDuringRebuild = F </Locals>|r
  37. /EsoUI/Libraries/ZO_Tree/ZO_Tree.lua:441: in function 'ZO_Tree:SelectNode'
  38. |caaaaaa<Locals> self = [table:11]{exclusive = T, defaultIndent = 30, enabled = T, defaultSpacing = 8, width = 285, suspendAnimations = F, autoSelectChildOnNodeOpen = F}, treeNode = [table:10], reselectingDuringRebuild = F, bringParentIntoView = F </Locals>|r
  39. /EsoUI/Libraries/ZO_Tree/ZO_Tree.lua:971: in function 'ZO_TreeEntry_OnMouseUp'
  40. |caaaaaa<Locals> self = ud, upInside = T, NOT_REBUILDING = F, DONT_BRING_PARENT_INTO_VIEW = F </Locals>|r
  41. (tail call): ?
  42. ZO_DLCBook_KeyboardNavigationListScrollChildZO_SpecializedCollection_Book_NavigationEntry_Keyboard1_MouseUp:3: in function '(main chunk)'
  43. |caaaaaa<Locals> self = ud, button = 1, upInside = T, ctrl = F, alt = F, shift = F, command = F </Locals>|r

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