Help identifying conditional info. EG: $gameParty.members()[3].(Buffrank1here?)

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    Servidion Last Soul Keeper Veteran

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    So I've been using SDR's Hud Maker and it's pretty spectacular. There's just a few things I'm missing for perfection.
    http://sumrndm.site/hud-maker/

    1: Managed to get ahold of a friend to help me with the buffs.
    $gameParty.leader()._buffs[2]==1
    and
    $gameParty.members()[1]._buffs[2]==1
    Is what I was looking for. Second question still stands.

    2: What's the term used for state icons? Like $gameParty.leader().iconslot1() or something?

    I use virtually all of Yanfly's plugins if that helps at all.

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    Well after some fumbling around the internet I found that ${$gameParty.leader().allIcons()} will display the icon ID (Aka the number of the icon), but not the icon itself for all states on the party leader. How do I turn this text into an actual icon?
     
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    ALRIGHT so more info. But first here is my UI. Don't mind the stuff in the middle of the screen.
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    To the left of the faces is where I want the state icons to grow from right to left. Not sure how to go about it. I know using ${$gameParty.leader().allicons()} as a text will display the icon IDs (as you see in the middle of the screen), but I have no idea how to display the icons themselves.

    Also does anybody know the statement for if it's actor 1's turn, actor 2's turn, etc?
     
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