Triggevent is a comprehensive addon for FFXIV that provides cooldown and multi-target DoT tracking, easy triggers, a titan jail plugin, and more.
First, grab the latest release from the Github releases page.
The file you want is
triggevent-linux.zip. Unzip this file somewhere, and fix the permissions on the .sh files:
chmod +x *.sh
You’ll need to install Java 17. If you wish to do so using your normal package manager, ensure that the
java program is on your $PATH and points to the correct Java install.
Otherwise, you’ll need to install Java to a directory called
jre within the main Triggevent install directory.
jre directory needs to directly contain
lib, etc). You can symlink this to an existing install.
If you need to install Java, you can run
setup-java.sh in the Triggevent dir, or
manually download Java 17. If you manually
download, remember to rename the directory from
triggevent-import.sh if you wish to import a log.
Overlay scaling does not work as well as on Windows. They seem to always render at the un-scaled resolution, and then are interpolated up to the scaled size.
.sh scripts are not currently handled by the updater, and the updater will re-download the unnecessary
.exe files if
they are deleted.
Even when overlays are in click-through mode (i.e. not editing), there is a 1x1 area near the top-left of the overlay where clicks will still be intercepted by the overlay.
libjawt.so is provided, but you can make a
userdata directory and place another
libjawt.so in there to override
it if you are having issues with click-through working correctly.