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Archud

archud2r39509_20070612.zip | 243.02 KB

by Antiarc. It also shows a small target frame with textual hp/mana as well as a 3D target model for other players. It has support for FlightMap destination timers and also have a casting bar with spell text and timer. If the casting bar is enabled it will hide the default Blizzard casting bar. ArcHud uses MobHealth2/MobHealth3/MobInfo-2 for mob health display. Based on Tivoli's beta Nurfed HUD which used the StatRings modification by Antiarc. Some of the features implemented in ArcHUD was first implemented in other addons, credits goes out to Moog for his modification of NurfedHUD called Moog_Hud. Once installed you can access ArcHUD options by typing /archud or /ah in the chat window. Printable commands list Patch Notes 07-06-11 - 2.2.39509 * Added custom ring color options to most rings * Added horizontal location-option * Added detach-option to pet rings to make them behave like the other rings 07-06-06 - 2.1.38795 * Updated TOC * Updated shaman class color * Added fallback to ShowClass option Known Bugs with this version

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Basic Mini Map

basicminimap.zip | 88.59 KB

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Uploaded:04-07-2008

Atlas

atlasv11101206469060.zip | 11.03 MB

instance, but never the overall layout of the entire dungeon. This is where Atlas comes in. The core of Atlas is basically an image viewer. However, it\'s the images that come with Atlas that make it worthwhile: a map for every instance in the game. Furthermore, the maps are marked with the locations of bosses and other points of interest. Atlas also includes maps of battlegrounds, dungeon locations, flight points, and outdoor raid bosses. After installing Atlas, you\'ll notice a new icon on the minimap that looks like part of a little globe (you can right-click the icon to drag it around the minimap\'s frame). Click this icon to open up the main Atlas window, which displays the maps and legend. You can alternatively use the slash-command /atlas. The drop-downs at the top of the window enable you to navigate between the maps. You can also drag the Atlas window around the screen. Lock it in place with the little lock button in the upper-right corner. At the bottom of the legend is a small text-entry field as well as Search and Reset buttons. Type part of a word or name in the box and click the Search button, and the legend\'s entries are reduced to only those that match your text. Note that the search is performed only on the entries for the current map, not all the entries in the database. While not so useful for instances with only a few entries like Ragefire Chasm, the search comes in handy when there are a ton of entries, like for Blackrock Depths or the AtlasMajorCities plug-in. If you want to get the whole list back, just click Reset. Configuration Atlas has a few simple options, accessible from the Options button in the upper-right corner of the main window, or with the slash-command /atlas options. A few of the settings aren\'t very self-explanatory so here\'s some more information about them. \'Auto-Select Instance Map\' detects the instance that you\'re in when you open Atlas, and then automatically switches to the appropriate map. This feature doesn\'t work in instances that have more than one map, like Blackrock Spire, Dire Maul, or many of the Outland instances. In this case, Atlas remembers the last map you had open. \'Right-Click for World Map\' makes the World Map open when you right-click anywhere on the Atlas window. This is useful when you want to quickly switch from Atlas to the World Map. \'Clamp Window to Screen\' makes it so that you can\'t drag the Atlas window off the edge of the screen. The rest of the options are pretty straightforward. The Reset Position button is useful if the Atlas window ever gets dragged completely off-screen and you can\'t get it back. Atlas Plugins Atlas has a built-in plugin system allowing for the easy addition of map packs. In fact, Atlas ships with four of these plugins (for battlegrounds, dungeon locations, flight points, and outdoor raid bosses). If you\'re interested in making your own Atlas map pack, I suggest you start with one of these four as a guide. You can contact me or post on the Atlas forums if you need help, however I suggest you do as much research as possible beforehand. Furthermore, there are several Atlas plugins that do more than simply provide additional maps. AtlasLoot provides a loot table for each boss, and AtlasQuest displays the quests associated with each instance. Note that I don\'t develop these plugins myself; they have their own project leads. Before Installing · Any previous versions of Atlas must be deleted prior to installation. · Atlas plugins (AtlasLoot, AtlasQuest, etc.) designed for any version of Atlas prior to this one must be deleted. · Map packs supplied by Daviesh for Atlas 1.8.6 must be deleted prior to installation (they\'re unnecessary now anyway). How to Install · Unzip the package into your World of Warcraft folder. · Your zip software must preserve directory structures. · If you\'re having trouble, please visit the Atlas FAQ: · http://www.atlasmod.com/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?t=3 Integration · Titan Panel · myAddOns · CTMod · Cosmos Website http://www.atlasmod.com/ Contact Name: Dan Gilbert Email: loglow@gmail.com AIM: dan5981

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Uploaded:04-07-2008

AtlasLoot Enhanced

atlaslootenhancedv404011207392322.zip | 793.86 KB

posted online, just please post a link back to this page so show where you got it from ==Stand-alone UI== Simply type /atlasloot or click the minimap button to view the new UI or to set options ==Drop Rates== Drop Rates have been included for all instances. ==Enhanced tooltips== If you have Lootlink or ItemSync installed, you can use tooltips generated by them instead of the default tooltip. I recommend the Lootlink tooltips, they handle data not in your local cache well. If an item has (no iteminfo) after it you can only get the tooltip via Lootlink or ItemSync. Be careful with ItemSync, it is unstable on items not seen on your server (just the way ItemSync is). Lootlink works a treat. ==Chat Links== Just shift-click items to link in the chat window. Two modes: Chat Links Safe Mode: Can only link items without the (no iteminfo) tag. Slight chance of disconnect if you have an item in your local cache the server has not seen for a while, but unlikely. Chat Link ALL ITEMS: USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Strong chance of disconnects, especially on items your server hasn\'t seen yet. ==Dressing Room== Control-click on \'safe\' loot to use the dressing room. ==EquipCompare== Use of EquipCompare can now be controlled through the options menu ==Use with fixed price DKP systems== Simply edit the file \'dkp.lua\' using data from localization.en.lua (for the item ID numbers) and your guild\'s fixed price values to allow for DKP values to be shown in the tooltip. The stubs of some Lucifron items have been included to get you started and show you how it\'s done. ==Portability== Want Atlasloot Loot tables in your mod? Simply call the new function AtlasLoot_ShowBossLoot(). Example: You want to see Lucifron\'s loot attached to you player portrait.... pFrame = {\'TOPLEFT\', \'PlayerFrame\', \'BOTTOMRIGHT\', 0, 0 } AtlasLoot_ShowBossLoot(MCLucifron, \'Lucifron\', pFrame); pFrame is an array holding how to display the loot. pFrame = { anchor point, frame to anchor to, relative anchor point, x offset, y offset } AtlasLoot_ShowBossLoot has the location of the data, text to be displayed as the boss name and the pFrame. AtlasLoot_ShowBossLoot( dataID, Boss Name, pFrame)

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Cartographer

cartographerr26329_20070207.zip | 1.72 MB

battlegrounds outside of the zone. * Coordinates : adds coordinates to the bottom of the world map of the player and the cursor. * Foglight : Shows unexplored areas on the map. replacement for MozzFullWorldMap or Unexplorer. Much more efficient, though. * Group Colors : turns all your party\'s and your raid\'s POIs into circles colored based on class, and shows a number on them based on their raid group. * Guild Positions : show all guild members that also have Cartographer. * Instance Maps : shows maps of instances. * Instance Notes : adds boss notes and such to instance maps. * Instance Loot : shows loot tables when you click a boss note * Look \'n\' Feel : allows you to change the transparency, position, and scale of the world map. * Notes : lets you put notes on the map, similar to MapNotes. * POI : store notes that city guards point you to. * Professions : automatically tracks herbs, minerals, and treasure. * Zone Info : on hovering over a zone, it will show the levels of the zone, the instances in the zone, their levels, and the number of men the instance is made for (e.g. 5-man, 40-man). If you find _any_ bugs, feel free to submit them at http://ckknight.wowinterface.com/portal.php?id=54&a=listbugs If you want to request any features, feel free to submit your ideas at http://ckknight.wowinterface.com/portal.php?id=54&a=listfeatures Wiki: http://wiki.wowace.com/index.php/Cartographer SVN: http://svn.wowace.com/wowace/trunk/Cartographer

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Uploaded:04-05-2007

Paranoia

paranoiav2.0_20070404.zip | 40.33 KB

data like the class and the level difference of the enemy player is shown. You can target the player by simply clicking his/her name. You can drag the window around by clicking into the content frame and dragging it (NOT the title). You can bring up the options screen either by right clicking into the frame or by typing \'/paranoia\' Please also visit the Paranoia homepage

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Uploaded:02-26-2007

Personal Sentry

personal20sentry20v1.15_20070226.zip | 104.27 KB

\'right-click\' to target AND announce to a specified channel. More detailed answer: By using \'Sentry Mode\' you will get enemy player targets to appear on the popup automatically if they do anything near enough to you that your combat log reports it. Also, the popup does more than just allow you to target and announce things. It can keep track of targets over time and adjust the background color fade to let you know which is more recently active (darker is higher priority). It removes dead targets and adds new targets as they appear. It will also update targetted and moused-over targets health (shown by how filled the colored bar is). ========================== Questions and Answers FAQ: ========================== Q) How does it work? A) It can sense enemy players by using information from the combat log. It also gathers targets by mousing-over them and by clicking blips on the minimap if you\'re a tracking class. -- Q) I installed it and I see the minimap icon but where is the popup menu? A) At fresh install your menu will appear as soon as you mouse-over or target any NPC. -- Q) Can I move and/or resize the popup menu? A) YES, both! Click the \'Lock\' icon in the corner of the menu to UNLOCK it, then move your mouse above or below the \'Clear Targets\' button and you will get a tooltip telling you when you can drag the menu. You can then LOCK it where you want it to stay. Click the minimap icon of Personal Sentry for sizing/scaling options. -- Q} Will Personal Sentry function when I\'m in combat? A) Yes and no. During combat you can still use the menu to announce, but no NEW targets can be added until combat ends. -- Q) Why are the popup names yellow color with a skull icon and \'UnKnown\'? A) When targets are not yes stored in Personal Sentry\'s database they appear this way on the popup. Once you target or mouse-over them the data is saved (if you set it this way) and the correct colors and information will appear next time you see this name. With the exception of Battleground player data this data is saved forever. -- Q) How do I announce targets to my friends? A) Just \'right-click\' on the target\'s name in your popup and you will target and announce them to the channel you have set. -- Q) Will storing all this information take up too much disk space?? A) No. Even if you stored everything you see in WoW you\'d still use very little space. Also, battleground players are stored in the database as temporary. They will be deleted automatically the next time you login into WoW. Players you meet outside of Battlegrounds instead are kept forever. -- Q) Can I search the database to find someone I\'ve seen before? A) Yes. Use /ps search to find all matching players. It will also report the last zone/subzone you last seen them in. -- Q) As a tracker; can I add more minimap targets without erasing my current popup? A) Yes. Just use \'right-click\' instead of \'left-click on\' the minimap! It will add targets to your current popup (to a total of 10)! -- Q) How do I configure Personal Sentry? A) Use the minimap icon or type /PS OPTIONS to show the options window. You can try different combinations that suit your needs. You can change alot of settings to suit your needs. Here are a few that might need explanation: * Sentry Mode: Enables the addon to parse your combat log to create buttons for enemy players that you may not have noticed yet [ON by default]. * Sentry Sounds: When Sentry Mode is enabled this makes a quiet sound for each target it adds to your popup and a much louder noticable sound when it\'s the first/only target to be added. * Battleground Mouse-over Mode (tracking classes only): Indicates if you want mousing-over the minimap to automatically acquire and display ENEMY targets [ON by default]. You can turn this off and manually cause the same effect by holding down the SHIFT key while moving the mouse over the minimap! * Tracking or Mouse-over settings: This allows you to decide which type of targets you want the \'mouse-over\' to add to the menu. If you\'re a tracking class this setting also determines how your minimap clicks work. * Popup display settings: Lets you choose which direction you want the popup to draw from. Ex: If you prefer to have the menu appear at the bottom of your screen you\'ll probably want to set this to \'Draw from bottom to top\'. You can also reset the popup\'s position here if it should somehow get moved offscreen. * Popup Clear Timing: This sets the MAXIMUM amount of time you want any target to appear on your popup menu. Each button is timed according to when you last saw activity from the target. As the time runs out the button background will fade out, letting you know they are less of a threat. * Pingmode Settings (tracking classes only): Lets you define when you want the audible \'party ping\' sound to function as you use the minimap to get targets. * Storage Mode: Personal Sentry works best by creating a database of every character you target. This option lets you choose wich data should be saved. * Announce Mode: Specify what channel your target will be announced to when you \'right-click\' the button. * Tooltip Mode (tracking classes only): Lets you choose how you want the tooltips on the minimap to be displayed. * Target Colors: You can define your own background colors for friends/enemies and unknowns! -- Q) Can I mark enemy players on my own \'Hit List\' and receive extra warning if they appear on the popup? A) Since 1.14, YES! Just \'SHIFT LEFT-CLICK\' an enemy player on the popup and it will toggle them on your \'HIT LIST\'! You can also use \'/ps hitlist (name)\' to toggle them manually so long as you have them in your database already. -- Q) Can I set my own customized popup and announcement messages? A) Since v1.13, YES! Each important bit of information has been converted into variables that you can use to create your own \'look\' in both the Popup and the Announcement. The functions to do this are \'/ps popupmsg (text)\' and \'/ps warnmsg (text)\'. Here\'s a list of the variables and examples below how to it works: Variable What it does ======== ============ %n - This displays the NAME of the target. %l - This displays the LEVEL of the target. %c - This displays the CLASS of the target. %r - This displays the RACE of the target. %d - This displays the DAMAGE you\'ve taken from the target (to the left of the popup button). nohealth - This disables the healthbar background from displaying on the popop buttons. %w - This adds the \'Detecting/WARNING Friendly/Enemy Player/NPC:\' message (whichever part is applicable to your target) to the announcement. %z - This adds the zone or subzone where you seen the target to the announcement. %x - This adds the numeric map location to your announcement in the format x, y. RESET - This resets the popup or announcement to the default message. Example 1: /ps popupmsg %n ::%r:: nohealth displays on the popup as: | Filche ::Tauren:: | (And would display no healthbars on the popup, making the background almost invisible) Example 2: /ps popupmsg [%c] %l %n %d displays on the popup as: {Damage numbers appear here} |[Druid] 61 Filche | Example 3: /ps warnmsg %w %n the deadly %l %c is close to %z {%x}!Can you smell his %r butt?! would announce as: WARNING! Enemy Player: Filche the deadly 61 Druid is close to Azshara {22, 63}! Can you smell his Tauren butt?!

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Suki\'s MiniMap Coords

suki_minimapcoords_v1.04_20070110.zip | 2.06 KB

line. You can - click to move the coordinates someplace else on the screen. Enjoy!

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Uploaded:02-25-2007

MetaMapShare

metamapshare.v1.4.3_20070226.zip | 215.24 KB

broadcasts your ore, herb or treasure to the channel. receive: when someone sends you\'ll get a notice that you\'ve gathered some data from and where. settings... i\'m using the MetaMapTRK tracking options to filter what you\'re adding to the database and which not. when you use MetaMapSync it\'ll send and receive everything but it adds only the things you\'re TRACKING. /metamapshare or /mms -- news -- -- warnings -- tested only on german client, maybe there\'re some local issues. -- ToDo -- - channel switch function

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Uploaded:02-06-2007

FlightMap

1170734393dhaskflightmapv2.03rc1.zip | 55.78 KB

showing a window listing all the available destinations, their costs and their flight durations. On the zone level map, flight masters appear as small boot icons, allowing you to see where they are. During flights, a castbar-alike progress bar will show you how long is left on your current journey. Use /fmap or /flightmap to bring up the options window, or use the myAddons support. The timer bar is movable if you hold down SHIFT and drag it. Many thanks to Thorarin (aka Marcel Veldhuizen) who not only reported bugs, but also reported their fixes, and who supplied the Alliance default data. Thanks also to Simon, who has helped immensely with the German translations. And of course, thanks to everyone who downloaded betas, put up with bugs and helped me fix them! BETA NOTES: 1.9-3beta147 adds two new '/fmap' subcommands: '/fmap lock' to prevent FlightMap from learning any more flight times, and '/fmap open' to open up the flight map window. It also should correctly remove Valor's Rest for translated versions.

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Uploaded:02-05-2007

Atlas

atlas_v1.8.6_20070115.zip | 3.84 MB

a number of additional maps as well as an in-game map browser. Typing the command \'/atlas\' or clicking the mini-map icon will open the Atlas window. The options panel allows you to disable the icon, toggle the Auto Select feature, toggle the Replace World Map feature, toggle the Right-Click feature, change the icon\'s position, or adjust the transparency of the main window. If the Auto Select feature is enabled, Atlas will automatically open to the map of the instance you\'re in. If the Replace World Map feature is enabled, Atlas will open instead of the world map when you\'re in an instance. If the Right-Click feature is enabled, you can Right-Click on Atlas to open the World Map. You can move Atlas around by left-clicking and dragging. Use the small padlock icon in the upper-right corner to lock the window in place. How to Install Unzip the package into: World of Warcraft/Interface/AddOns/ Your zip software must preserve directory structures. If you\'re having trouble, please visit the Atlas FAQ Integration * myAddOns * CTMod * Cosmos Website http://www.atlasmod.com/ Known Issues Auto Select does not work in some instances. Languages * English (enUS) * Chinese Simplified (zhCN) * Chinese Traditional (zhTW) * French (frFR) * German (deDE) * Korean (koKR) * Spanish (esES) * Dutch (change ATLAS_NL to \'true\' in Locale\\Atlas-NL.lua) * Catalan (change ATLAS_CA to \'true\' in Locale\\Atlas-CA.lua) Contact Name: Dan Gilbert Email: loglow@gmail.com AIM: dan5981 Licence Atlas is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL) For the full licence text please see gpl-v2.txt

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Uploaded:02-05-2007

AtlasLoot Enhanced

atlasloot20enhanced20v2.02.04_20070205.zip | 403.42 KB

more I have missed. This mod may be freely redistributed and posted online, just please post a link back to this page so show where you got it from ==Stand-alone UI== Simply type /atlasloot or click the minimap button to view the new UI or to set options ==Drop Rates== Drop Rates have been included for all instances. ==Enhanced tooltips== If you have Lootlink or ItemSync installed, you can use tooltips generated by them instead of the default tooltip. I recommend the Lootlink tooltips, they handle data not in your local cache well. If an item has (no iteminfo) after it you can only get the tooltip via Lootlink or ItemSync. Be careful with ItemSync, it is unstable on items not seen on your server (just the way ItemSync is). Lootlink works a treat. ==Chat Links== Just shift-click items to link in the chat window. Two modes: Chat Links Safe Mode: Can only link items without the (no iteminfo) tag. Slight chance of disconnect if you have an item in your local cache the server has not seen for a while, but unlikely. Chat Link ALL ITEMS: USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Strong chance of disconnects, especially on items your server hasn\'t seen yet. ==Dressing Room== Control-click on \'safe\' loot to use the dressing room. ==EquipCompare== Use of EquipCompare can now be controlled through the options menu ==Use with fixed price DKP systems== Simply edit the file \'dkp.lua\' using data from localization.en.lua (for the item ID numbers) and your guild\'s fixed price values to allow for DKP values to be shown in the tooltip. The stubs of some Lucifron items have been included to get you started and show you how it\'s done. ==Portability== Want Atlasloot Loot tables in your mod? Simply call the new function AtlasLoot_ShowBossLoot(). Example: You want to see Lucifron\'s loot attached to you player portrait.... pFrame = {\'TOPLEFT\', \'PlayerFrame\', \'BOTTOMRIGHT\', 0, 0 } AtlasLoot_ShowBossLoot(MCLucifron, \'Lucifron\', pFrame); pFrame is an array holding how to display the loot. pFrame = { anchor point, frame to anchor to, relative anchor point, x offset, y offset } AtlasLoot_ShowBossLoot has the location of the data, text to be displayed as the boss name and the pFrame. AtlasLoot_ShowBossLoot( dataID, Boss Name, pFrame)

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Uploaded:02-04-2007

Metamap

metamap2000312_20070204.zip | 3.4 MB

opacity of the window & maps. Saved sets for toggling between 2 map modes. Allows full player movement, messaging, etc. with map open. Adds coords to the main map and the Minimap Adds Instance maps which open to the correct instance you enter. Default data included for all bosses & locations etc. User editable notes for all maps, including instance maps. NPC/Mob database collectable by mouseover or keypress. Toggling on/off display of unexplored areas of the map. Boss Loot Tables displays all the loot dropped by bosses, and more. Waypoint system to guide you to any set point. Complete Quest logger with optional history database. Tracker module for auto-gathering Herbs/ ores etc. NoteBook module for additional notes, linked to Tooltips. Inbuilt Import and export facilities for various data formats. Inbuilt Backup and Restore facilities. Minimap button to toggle World Map or display Options. Key bindings for various MetaMap functions. Full support for Titan Bar and FuBar. INSTALLATION: ============= Extract ALL folders in the archive to the Interface\AddOns\ location. If you wish the Instance maps to be populated with default information, then on first installation you will need to select 'Extended Options' from the MetaMap menu. Select the 'Database' tab, then click 'Load Imports'. This will enable the default import button, 'Import Instance Notes'. Click on the 'Import' button to import the data. CREDITS: ======== Author: Urshurak - aka MetaHawk - Realm: Aggramar Maps created by Nifl. Original MapNotes code by Sir.Bender. Original FullWorldMap code by Mozz. Original MetaMapBLT code by Daviesh. Original MetaMapBWP code by Noraj. French localisation by Sparrows. German localisation by oneofamillion. Spanish localisation by Fili.

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Uploaded:02-03-2007

Nauticus

nauticus.rar | 61.41 KB

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Uploaded:02-02-2007

MetaMapShare

ctmod_2_update_10.zip | 459.71 KB

metamap would do. then if someone has this addon to it adds it to the metamap database. you'll see the same announcemend as metamap does, like : XY added to database. because i call the same add to database function with the transmitted values of the original miner or herbalist. /metamapshare or /mmshare.

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