There are many items displayed in the main window that can aid with performance and ensuring everything is working correctly.

Main Window

There are 4 sections to the main window:

  1. Chat and Spell Timer/Trigger output, the bottom of the text window is where you can chat with other players
  2. Loot Window – this is where detected loot is displayed, you can manage in-game dkp with the context menus here. You can also export all of the loot, and clear the list. If you crash, you can also load the previous history.
  3. Connected Players – this displays the players that are online/afk/offline. Use the Hide checkbox to hide all offline players.
  4. Status Bar – at the very bottom of the window which is detailed below

Status Bar

At the bottom of the main window is the status bar:

  • Offline/Online – displays if you are connected to a server, also shows progress of login
  • Volume – adjust the audio output of Raid Hub here
  • Log file and counter – this displays the currently parsed log file. This turn green if the file is active, and the number of seconds of parse data is displayed.
  • SP – this displays the time it takes for the Spell Timer parser to process a single tick. Hovering over this will display the slowest tick. Typically this stays under 1 second.
  • TP – this displays the time it takes for the Trigger parser to process a single tick. Hovering over this will display the slowest tick. Typically this also stays under 1 second.
  • CPU – this displays the amount of CPU Raid Hub is using. On typical machines this varies from 0 to 5 percent.
  • Mem – this displays the amount of memory CPU Raid Hub is using. This can vary depending on what zone you are in, but typically stays under 100MB
  • Active Zone – this displays the currently detected (and defined!) raid zone. You can change the zone manually using the popdown, or type /who in game.
  • Actives – hovering over this will display a tooltip displaying all of the spell timers and triggers that are currently being scanned for by the parsers.

Actives

As mentioned above, hovering over Actives in the status bar will display the set of spell timers and triggers currently being scanned by the parsers.