World of Warcraft
placement. /mapl xx - Where xx is the bag number that will receive food and water if there is room. For example /mapl 10 - puts them into bag F10. From left to right the bags are F8, F9, F10, F11 and the Backpack
partially on \'Mage Revenge\', but has many more functions. Features: * Automatically replies whenever someone whispers you with the words \'water\'/\'food\' or \'portal\' * Write 2 separate messages that will be sent depending on if you\'re asked for water/food or portals. * Not case sensitive * Will not send automatic replies to people in your group/raid * You can disable and enable MeanMage ingame * Starts enabled if you\'re a mage and disabled for other classes Instructions: To write your own automatic replies: Open the lua-file an a text editor and change the variables MeanMage_Reply and MeanMage_Reply2 on lines 11 and 14. Slash commands: Disable MeanMage: /mm off or /meanmage off Enable MeanMage: /mm on or /meanmage on To do: * Make it possible to change the automatic messages ingame, without having to open the lua-file, for better user friendliness * Not send automatic replies to guild-members. (maybe)
display relevant information and the outer buttons will provide quick access to all your magely desires. More details?! Okay, here we go! Main Sphere # Right click to open the configuration menu. # Left-click to activate one of the various options. # => Eat and Drink (default) # => Use Evocation # => Cast Polymorph # => Use Mana Gem # => Blink Main Sphere Display - You can set the main sphere to show any of these options # Nothing! # Food and Drink Quantities # Drink and Food Quantities (reverse order) # Current Health (Numeric) # Current Health (Percent) # Current Mana (Numeric) # Current Mana (Percent) # Mana Gem Cooldown # Evocation Cooldown Food Button # Left-Click to eat. # Right-Click to conjure food. # =>If you are targetting a player, it will conjure food that they can eat. # Middle-click or Alt-click to trade one stack of food to your target. # => Do it again to add another stack. # Food count can be displayed on button, or turned off. Water Button # Left-Click to drink. # Right-Click to conjure water. # =>If you are targetting a player, it will conjure water that they can drink. # Middle-click or Alt-click to trade one stack of water to your target. # => Do it again to add another stack. # Drink count can be displayed on button, or turned off. Mana Gem Button # Left-click to use your mana gem # => Configurable to use highest or lowest rank mana gem first # Right-click to conjure the highest rank gem that you do not have # Will not allow you to use your mana gem if you have full MP # Mana Gem cooldown displayable on button Evocation Button # Click to use Evocation # Evocation cooldown displayable on button Two \'Anything\' Buttons # Known as \'left spell button\' and \'right spell button\' # Configurable to cast any spell from the buff menu, as well as a few others # =>Left-click to cast primary spell (eg Ice Armor) # =>Right-click to cast alternate spell (eg Mage Armor) Spell Menu Button # Click to show available spells # => Left-click to the button cast primary spell, right-click to cast alternate # ===> Includes Ice Armor (Mage Armor), Arcane Intellect (Arcane Brilliance), Dampen Magic (Amplify Magic) # ===> Fire Ward (Frost Ward), Detect Magic, Remove Lesser Curse, and Slow Fall # Right-click to recast the last spell called from this menu # Middle-click or Alt-click to keep the menu from automatically closing Mount Button # Automatically detects your mount when enabled # Right-click to use hearthstone Portal Menu Button # Click to show available portal spells # => Click the portal button to cast the appropriate message # Right-click to recast the last spell called from this menu # Middle-click or Alt-click to keep the menu from automatically closing Spelltimer Button # Spell cooldowns and durations will appear on the right of this button (configurable) # Right-click the button to use your hearthstone ------------------------------- 4 - More functionalities ------------------------------- # You can put the Cryolysis Sphere wherever you want # You can put the Cryolysis Buttons wherever you want # You can have your food and drink automatically sorted into full stacks into the bag of your choice, saving space and keeping your inventory organized # Option available to destroy excess provisions that will not fit into the bag # Automatically restock your reagents to the amount of your chosing (with or without a confirmation) # Show various information on the outer ring of the main sphere, including health, mana, and cooldowns # Clicking the main sphere can eat and/or drink, depending on the health or mana percentage you specify # Advanced warning, letting you know when polymorph is about to break and telling you when it does break # Random chat messages available for polymorph, portals, and mounting. # =>Polymorph message only shows when you are polymorphing a new target # =>All chat messages configurable to a short, raid-ready version # Show or remove any of the visible buttons # Show or remove cooldowns or reagent counts from any button # Option to automatically open/close the buff menu on mouse-over # Text-based timers available for lower-end machines # Timers can grow upward and be anchored from either side of the spelltimer button, to fit anywhere on your screen # Rotate the buttons around the sphere to fit your settings # Detact the buttons from the sphere and move them whereever you\'d like. # All of your spell cooldowns and durations will be displayed on the spell timers.
macros out there. Features: It expands upon the standard polymorph macro with the folowing features: * checks the mob/player is castable on before saying that your casting the spell. * supports different channels for Solo, Party & Raid. * notifys everyone if your cast fails. * has a 10 sec warning that the morph is going to fade (dings on the 10 sec warning as well) * notifies you when the morph has been broken or has faded (also dings) * has a non cast mode to notify your party that you have selected a mob/player for morphing * lets you pick between Sheep, Pig, or Turtle Polymorphs, or pick one at random Install: Extract the files into your World of Warcraft/Interface/AddOns Directory. Setup: You can customize by the folowing commands: All comands can start with either '/polymorphhelper', '/polyhelper' or '/ph' /ph spell - Sets the type of Polymorph spell to use. (Default: sheep) /ph solo - Sets the channel to use when playing solo. (Default: none) /ph party - Sets the channel to use when playing in a party. (Default: party) /ph raid - Sets the channel to use when playing in a raid. (Default: party) /ph notifycombat - Sets wether to notify when in combat. (Default: yes) /ph notifypvp - Sets wether to notify when target is a player. (Default: yes) /ph notifyrecast - Sets wether to notify when is recast (must be within 5 sec of it fading/being broken). (Default: no) /ph countdownwarning - Sets the amount of time in seconds to start the countdown timer at. (Default: 10) /ph pvpcountdownwarning - Sets the amount of time in seconds to start the countdown timer at when target is a player. (Default: 5) /ph countdowndisplay - Displays a visual countdown timer. (Default: shown) /ph dingonwarn - Ding on the XXsec Fade Warning. (Default: on) /ph pvpdingonwarn - Ding on the XXsec Fade Warning when target is a player. (Default: on) /ph dingonfade - Ding when it has Faded or is Broken. (Default: on) /ph dingscheme - Set the ding sound scheme (1-4). (Default: 1) /ph quickmenudislpay - Set wether to display the quick menu when you mouse over the timer box. (Default: yes) /ph quickmenupos - Set where to anchor the quick menu to the timer box. (Default: auto /ph overheadnotice - Set wether to display notices overhead. (Default: on) /ph overheadwarning - Set wether to display warnings overhead. (Default: on) /ph messagelength - Set the Length of the message sent to your party. (Default: normal) /ph warnshow - Cast Detect Magic on Warning. (Default: off) /ph stopcast - Stop casting when casting polymorph. (Default: on) /ph help - Display the help message. Ding Schemes: 1: AuctionWindowOpen 2: MainMenuOpen 3: MainMenuClose 4: MainMenuContinue Quick Menu Option Meanings: auto: automatic depending on place on screen. tl: Attach the top right of the menu to the top left of the countdown timer box. bl: Attach the top left of the menu to the bottom left of the countdown timer box. br: Attach the bottom left of the menu to the bottom right of the countdown timer box. tr: Attach the bottom right of the menu to the top right of the countdown timer box. Examples The folowing information is sent to to the people in your party when casting: Mob: Sheeping Target [Level UnitLevel UnitClassification UnitCreatureType] Player: Sheeping Target [Level UnitLevel UnitGender UnitRace UnitClass] Mob eg: Sheeping Target [Level 49 normal Beast] Player eg: Sheeping Target [Level 60 Female Human Mage] Usage: Binding it to keys: 1. In the Main Menu select 'Key Bindings' 2. Scroll down to the 'Polymorph Helper' section 3. Bind a key to 'Send A Warning' and/or 'Cast Polymorph' Using slash commands: /phwarn - Send the msg to your party telling them who you have targeted without casting. /phcast - Casts the spell sending the message to your party. /phresume - Resumes the timer if it was falsely stopped. (see the first Known Issue) /phretarget - Retargets unit you sheeped. (see the third Known Issue, retarget only works for upto 50sec after polymorph fading/being broken.)
summoned. Automatically conjures and uses best available food/drink. Please note that this mod is currently in beta. It is a work in progress and as such may contain bugs. Installation: Extract the zip archive directly into \\Interface\\AddOns\\ e.g. C:\\Games\\World of Warcraft\\Interface\\AddOns\\ If the \'Interface\' and/or \'AddOns\' directories do not exist, create them. Run WoW, log in and before you select your character click the \'Addons\' button in the bottom left. Check that Waitress appears in the list of installed addons and that it is enabled.