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QuestHelper

questhelper1.3.7.zip | 5.17 MB

that I use to build QuestHelper's database. There's no personally identifiable information involved - I can't get your username, your character name, your friend's names, or anything of that sort. The file I need is stored in the following location, assuming you're using Windows XP and didn't change the installation path: C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\WTF\Account\ACCOUNT_NAME\SavedVariables\QuestHelper.lua Some have reported that for Vista and Windows 7 their path is one of: C:\Users\USER_NAME\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\World of Warcraft\WTF\Account\ACCOUNT_NAME\SavedVariables\QuestHelper.lua C:\Users\Public\Games\World of Warcraft\WTF\Account\ACCOUNT_NAME\SavedVariables\QuestHelper.lua I've heard that on OSX, the path is: /Applications/World of WarCraft/WTF/Account/ACCOUNT_NAME/SavedVariables/QuestHelper.lua To make things even more difficult, it seems that Windows might try to "help" you by hiding file extensions. This makes 'QuestHelper.lua' appear as "QuestHelper". Warcraft makes backups of all these files, so there is a "QuestHelper.lua.bak" file in there as well, and without its file extension, it appears as "QuestHelper.lua", but it isn't really and it's not actually the file I want. Be careful not to descend into the realm / character directories, we specifically want the SavedVariables directory. There are QuestHelper.lua files in the other directories as well, but they only store which flight routes your characters know, and aren't actually useful. On a similar note, I also don't want the file named SavedVariables.lua, which contains your UI preferences and is entirely unrelated, or the file named QuestHelper.toc, which is a small part of the QuestHelper code and not anything I need. When in doubt, look at the file size - if it's less than 100k, it's probably the wrong file. You can email it to me at: qhaddon@gmail.com This address is NOT the proper place to direct inquires about the addon. that should be done in the comments below. NO messages sent to this address are EVER read as it receives more than anyone could hope to read. The only thing that logs into that account is an AUTOMATED script to download all the attachments. Every once in a while I happen to glance at a few messages when deleting attachments, and there are consistently month-old pleas for help. These get deleted and not responded to. Do not email questions to this address. Seriously, stop doing it, I don't know why people keep emailing me here. Many have asked how often to send in data. My personal preference is basically this: Send stuff in every month or so, or when you remember. Thanks! Please note that the above has nothing to do with installing this AddOn. You install this AddOn the same way you would install any other AddOn, by unzipping it into the "Interface/AddOns" folder. And, of course, a huge thanks to everyone that has sent me their data so far. It's very much appreciated. READ THIS BEFORE POSTING AND ASKING FOR HELP If you're confused by how to make it work, use the Curse Client. The Curse Client pretty much just works now. It is your friend. If you want to install manually, more power to ya, but if you just want to make it work, consider the client. Seriously. I really mean this. It doesn't show me any objectives on the map: Type "/qh hidden" and see why they're hidden. It reduces my framerate too much/uses too much CPU: You could try reducing "/qh perf" (for example, "/qh perf 50%".) Some parts of what Questhelper does just intrinsically use a lot of CPU. There ain't no such thing as a free lunch. This problem should be largely fixed in the current version. It uses too much RAM: You could try "/qh purge" (please submit your data first!) but, fundamentally, the things Questhelper does also use a lot of RAM. There is not much I can do about this. Pretty much any issue with it not running: "/qh hardreset" should reset it to "factory install conditions". Try it! FAQ How can I help? Donations pay my rent and buy me food. I'm very attached to rent and food, I find them good things to have. Even a few bucks will help more than you'd expect - look at the top of this page for more information. You could also submit your collected data to me, which is free and helps Questhelper's database. Check out the top of the page for that as well. It doesn't work. What can I do? Three things. First, if there's a major issue with QuestHelper, you can type "/qh error" and it will show you the first error it ran into. If you post that in the comments here, one of the people who helps regularly may be able to solve your problem. Please post the entire error, not just parts of it. We really, really want the see the whole thing, even if it's long. If it just doesn't work, "/qh hardreset" will reset all your accumulated data and preferences, hopefully getting rid of weird problems. If you still can't see the quest tracker, "/qh treset" will try to force it into a visible position on your screen, with "/qh treset center" jamming it uncomfortably into the center of your screen. It can be moved from there by dragging the small gray box at the top-right of it. If you're not seeing quests at all, even on your main map, "/qh hidden" will tell you why and let you change it. The combination of these three fixes most problems. If none of those help, disable your other plugins as a test to find incompatibilities. My framerate is low. What can I do? If you have any addons that enabled CPU profiling, turn it off, it greatly increases the amount of work WoW has to do. The command to do that is: /console set scriptProfile 0 /console reloadui If that doesn't make a difference for you, there's a slash command, /qh perf, that can scale the amount of work QuestHelper does per frame. Example: /qh perf 50% QuestHelper uses a lot of memory. What can I do to fix this? QuestHelper intrinsically uses a chunk of RAM. You can currently expect about 15m of usage. There's really not anything anyone can do about this, but that small amount of RAM usage also shouldn't be much of an issue. Why aren't my quests showing up? /qh hidden will list everything that isn't being shown, along with the reason for it being hidden. If I send you my data, should I delete my copy? You'll save hard drive space and RAM, but lose any preferences you had saved. I don't recommend it, but if you want to, it's fine. You can type "/qh purge" ingame to get roughly the same effect without losing your preferences. How can I get rid of that arrow over my character's head? First, try right-clicking it and looking for a "hide" option. Second, try /qh arrow, /qh cartwp, or /qh tomtom, depending on which arrow it is. Try them all - at worst, you'll end up with extra arrows. The same command will disable it again. If you'd rather move it instead, you can drag it around by left clicking . . . unless it's been locked, in which case right click on it and unlock it first. How do get that 3D arrow pointing where to go? /qh arrow. If you'd prefer integration with Cartographer Waypoints or Tomtom, try /qh cartwp or /qh tomtom respectively. I don't really officially support these options, but they seem to work. The Icons on my map are huge! How can anyone see anything? If you find the icons are too big for you, you may enter /qh scale X%, replacing X with some reasonable scale. I'd start with 80%, depending on how that looks you can try bigger or smaller numbers. Author(s) ZorbaTHut is the current maintainer of this project. Any bugs are probably either his fault or Blizzard's. Smariot is the original developer of the package. Nesher and Vipersniper both made improvements while Smariot was still maintaining it, and are worthy of praise. Lonadar and Divinewind420 haven't actually written any code, but they've been helping out with customer support for many months now, and their assistance has been invaluable. <3 How to avoid getting your account stolen. Simple explanation: Don't run any programs attached to UI mods. Just decompress them into your addons directory. The major site installers, like the Curse.com installer, are probably safe. Be suspicious of everyone and don't give out your password. There's a much longer and more detailed explanation here, which I recommend everyone read at least once. Despite persistent rumors, Questhelper does not contain anything that can steal your password. Such a thing isn't even possible. Usage For the most part, you just install it and leave it alone. It should hopefully be smart enough to do The Right Thing, and not require you to meddle with it. The task QuestHelper thinks you should do first is displayed on your minimap, which you can mouse over for a description. If the task isn't in your current zone, then it will point towards where QuestHelper thinks you should go to get there, such as a flight master or the zone border. World Map All the tasks QuestHelper wants you to do are displayed on the World Map. There are 'marching ants' connecting the objectives, showing you the order QuestHelper thinks you should complete them in. You can right click on an objective to get a list of options for it. Menus Using the menus should, hopefully, be obvious. The only catch might be that they don't automatically disappear if you click on something else. You can right click anywhere on a menu to hide it, or select the Close Menu command from the end of the menu. Priorities There are 5 different priority levels an objective can have: "Highest, High, Normal, Low," and "Lowest". Most objectives default to "Normal". Objectives for timed quests default to "High". User created objectives default to "Highest". QuestHelper will try to arrange the objectives so that higher priority objectives get done first. You can use priorities as hints to get the objectives in an order you'd prefer, without the need to micro-manage the route list. Filters There are 7 filters you can use to automatically ignore quest objectives, which you can turn on and off using the slash command /qh filter. The first filter is "level", which by default is on. It will cause QuestHelper to ignore any objectives that your current party probably isn't high enough to complete. You can adjust the level offset used by this filter with the command /qh level "offset". The second filter is "zone", which by default is off. It will cause QuestHelper to ignore any objectives that aren't in your current zone. The third filter is "done", which by default is off. It will hide objectives for any quests that aren't complete. You can use this if you don't want to quest and just want to turn the quests you do have in. The fourth filter is "blocked", which hides blocked objectives, i.e. ones that can't be done yet, such as quest turn-ins for incomplete quests. This is probably most useful if you prefer to hide the "ant trails", as the route it will compute will be somewhat of a lie. The fifth filter is "watched", which hides objectives that you are not currently tracking via WoW's built-in quest tracker. This gives you a lot of control over which quests QH shows, but may limit you to fewer quests tracked at once. The sixth filter is "group", which by default is on. It will cause QuestHelper to ignore group quests while you're not in a group. By default, it permits 2-player group quests, but not more. This can be adjusted with "/qh group". The seventh filter is "wintergrasp", which ignores Wintergrasp PvP quests if you are not actually in Wintergrasp at the time. You can force QuestHelper to show an objective that otherwise would have been filtered by typing /qh hidden and selecting "Show" from its entry in the menu. Sharing Sharing allows you to share your objectives with other party members, allowing you to combine your routes and work together effectively. Note that sharing only tells your peers what objectives you have, your completion progress for them, and the priorities you have assigned to them. Information such as item drops and monster locations are not shared. Each peer will take this information and calculate their own route from it. Assuming you stay together and work cooperatively, which was the whole idea behind this feature, your routes should end up being almost completely identical, and you can follow it and rest assured that nobody is getting left behind. Objectives shared by multiple users won't be removed until everybody has completed it. Slash Commands (May be very out of date. If you'd like to volunteer to update it, let me know.) * /qh help: Lists all the QuestHelper slash commands. o /qh help "command": Tells you about a specific command. * /qh settings: Opens the Settings menu at the current cursor location. Note that not all settings can be changed through the menu. * /qh track: disables/enables QuestHelper's Quest Tracker, which provides status on your nearest objectives, in place of the default Tracker. * /qh hidden: Displays a list of all the hidden objectives, why they are hidden, and depending on the reason, will allow you to unhide them. * /qh ftime: Toggles the display of the flight time estimates. * /qh locale "locale": Sets the locale to use for displayed text., or lists possible locales if no argument is given.: Defaults to your client's locale the first time you run QuestHelper. The only locale that is complete right now is "'enUS"'. Missing translations will be marked with red text. * /qh share: Toggles objective sharing on and off. When on, will share quest objectives and progress with other party members that are using QuestHelper 0.17 or higher, and also have sharing enabled. * /qh solo: Will disable quest sharing and ignore anyone you might be partied with, basically assume you will receive no aid from your party members. * /qh comm: Toggles the display of the data sent between peers. I use this for debugging, but some people just love to stare at streams of meaningless data. It's really quite hypnotic. . . * /qh hide: Hides QuestHelper's minimap arrow and World Map icons and paths, and suspends the calculation of routes. * /qh cartwp: Toggles using Cartographer Waypoints to display your current objective. * /qh tomtom: Toggles using TomTom to display waypoints for your current objective. * /qh button: Toggles the QuestHelper button on the World Map frame. * /qh level "offset": Sets the level offset used by the level filter. Can be positive or negative. Invoke with no arguments to see the current offset and your effective level at various party sizes. o /qh level 0: Only show quests at or below your own level. o /qh level +2: Show quests up to two levels above your own level. This is the default. * /qh nag: Prints counts of all the new or updated quests, objectives, etc, that you have found that aren't in the supplied database.: Note: To reduce memory usage, QuestHelper deletes static quest data that doesn't belong to your faction. So, if you play both sides, it will always think the quests you did for the opposite faction are new. o /qh nag verbose: Displays the specific differences between your data and the static data. * /qh find "category" "query": Allows you to create custom objectives by searching for known items, NPCs, and locations. The queries allow fuzzy string matching, and so should happly accept typos and partial matches.: Note that if you attempt to create an objective twice, it will instead hide it. o /qh find item "item-name": Search for items. o /qh find npc "npc-name": Search for NPCs or monsters. o /qh find loc "zone-name" "x" "y": Search for a location in a zone. You may also use a comma, should you feel the need to. o /qh find loc "x" "y": Search for a location in your current zone. o /qh find "search-string": Searches in all categories. o /qh find: Invoking the find command without any arguments will instead display all your current user created objectives, allowing you to easily turn them off. * /qh filter "filter-name": Toggles objective filters on or off. o /qh filter level: Shows or hides objective that you probably can't do. Note that this considers the the levels of everyone in your party, not just you. If you're partied with somebody higher than you, it might not hide a quest that it otherwise would have. o /qh filter zone: Shows or hides objective that aren't in your current zone. o /qh filter done: Shows or hides quests that aren't complete. o /qh filter blocked: Shows or hides objectives that are blocked, i.e. require something else to be done first, such as turn-ins for incomplete quests. * /qh scale "value": Scales the map icons by this amount of their default size. Will accept a number or a percentage, in the range of 50-300%. * /qh perf "value": Scales the CPU workload for QuestHelper's route calculation routine. Will accept a numbere or a percentage, in the range 10-500% (although we don't recommend going above 100%). * /qh recalc: Recreates the world graph and location and distance information for the active objectives. You probably don't need to worry about this. * /qh purge: Deletes all your collected data. I'd prefer if you avoided using this any time other than immediately after sharing your collected data.: Requires that you to enter a randomly generated 8 character case sensitive alphanumeric password, to hopefully ensure that people read the message that gets displayed. * /questhelper: Alias for /qh. * /find, /qhfind, : Alias for /qh find. * /qh find monster: Alias for /qh find npc. * /qh find location: Alias for /qh find loc. How You Can Help Most importantly, check out the top of this page, under "We Need Your Support". Translations Translations can be easily edited at http:smariot.no-ip.org/translate. More translations are good! Development There is a Git mirror for this project's code: git://cams.pavlovian.net/questhelper.git Note that you'll need to copy several files from a released version to make it work, most notably the ChatThrottleLib plugin, the Art directory, and every file starting with "static". These are all dynamically generated and not included in the repository. Future Releases Everything in here is "planned" and not "guaranteed". Do not yell at me if things get delayed or shuffled. Pushing versions back happens extremely frequently if unexpected new bugs crop up. You may also notice there are no dates listed - that's intentional, if I knew how long it would be I'd have fixed it by now. This is just to give you an idea of what my next major plans are. Right now, most of the work is going on behind the scenes. You won't notice any significant QuestHelper improvements because I'm adding backend code to support eventual major improvements, and to keep the entire thing from melting down. New features are coming, but don't hold your breath. Major features that may be upcoming: * /qh find * better settings dialog for preferences * limited achievement support Tasks Things I'd like to do that may take a long, long time: * Rewrite pathfinding to be aware of mountains and other obstacles. * Track drop rate of quest items, estimate the number of kills you'll need to complete * Better path optimization, prioritizing "easy experience" * Addition of "quest-like goals", including achievements, vendor recipes, unadded flight paths, weapon/skill training, repairs/vendors, reagent/ammo restocking, and so forth * Automatic tracking of followup quests * Remembering quest priorities after logout * "Too Tough For Me" button, temporarily ignoring a quest until you've leveled

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Healbot

healbot_3.3.2.31.zip | 2.09 MB

all combos. [*]Any existing macro can be added to all combos. [*]Target, Focus and Assist can be added to all combos [*]HealBot can track and display who has aggro [*]HealBot can be used for decursive functions [*]HealBot can be used for monitoring buffs and buffing [*]HealBots appearance can be configured and preferred appearances can be saved as skins. [*]HealBot can show party/tanks/checked targets/extras in a raid, extras can be filtered and sorted. [*]HealBots in party/raid will sync incoming heals with other healers. [*]HealBot has a built in res monitor and is compatible with CTRA (CTRA not required) [*]HealBot has a SmartCast out of combat option, this will cast a spell in the following order [/list]

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Uploaded:01-07-2010

Auctioneer

auctioneersuite5.7.4568.zip | 3.12 MB

provides time-tested tools to allow you more time to actually play your characters or play the market. As you will soon discover, it is much more than a simple "Auctioning AddOn", the Auctioneer Suite also shows in-depth information for all game items, such as those used in quests or recipes, enchanting, milling, prospecting and more. Numerous other addons will also use the Auctioneer statistics you gather via scanning. This is especially true for many of the popular crafting AddOns, such as Little Sparky's Workshop. Looking for Ultra Lightweight and Fast? Try the "Auctioneer" download from our primary site, rather than the "Auctioneer Suite" we upload to Curse and WoWInterface. All of our downloads are accessible from our primary site at http://AuctioneerAddOn.Com/dl . This version offers a small footprint, with only the basic "Post" frame and tooltip information to assist in your purchasing decisions. When updating, this time... Be sure to remove all old files- follow the instructions at http://wiki.norganna.org/Installing . Please, do not post errors here; instead, kindly visit http://forums.norganna.org/4/ , our Support Forum, and be sure to search before posting- many questions and errors reported are duplicates. For the fastest service, various questions are addressed in the Auctioneer FAQ, http://wiki.norganna.orgAuctioneer/FAQ . We have gone to great lengths to ensure that the most common issues have been addressed Questions, comments, concerns, alphas/betas (when available), bug reports, the occasional bit of praise? Visit http://AuctioneerAddOn.Com Basic Auctioneer Suite Details The Auctioneer Suite contains Auctioneer, all of its modules, BeanCounter, Enchantrix and Enchantrix Barker, and Informant to help provide a comprehensive view of item data, whether at the Auction House or out questing. Some highlights are: Appraiser An intuitive auction posting frame. * Remembers your preferences for bid/buyout prices, stack sizes, and number of listings to post per item. * Allows queuing of auctions, so you can instruct it to list hundreds of auctions and alt-tab while it does so for you * Allows you to specify the value price of your choice and remembers your selection * Displays competing listings, the age of the data, and allows you to sort these listings and refresh them easily. * Provides a scrollable list of all auctionable items in your bags; allowing you to quickly post all of your goods. * Provides a "Match Competition" setting which will automatically undercut your competition when posting auctions, within your parameters * Provides the ability to change to a "Simple" view; a bit like the Auctioneer Classic posting interface. * Allows you to change column width by Right-Clicking and dragging to the column width of your choice. * Allows you to post multiple auctions with the single click of the Batch Post button. o Alt+Left-Click == Refresh Pricing of all Batch Postable Items. o Shift+Left-Click == Trial or List Posting. Does not actually queue any items to post but prints the exact pricing that will be used on the Auction House in an easily readable format in the "chat window". This allows a user to verify their settings and make adjustments if necessary. o Ctrl+Shft+Alt+Left-Click == Post all items that have the "Allow Batch Posting" checkbox selected (located at the top of the item information pane). CompactUI An alternative to the standard auction browsing interface. * Displays more auctions per page * Displays more data per auction * Allows you to change column width by Right-Clicking in the column heading and dragging left or right to resize the column to your liking * Provides a percentage comparison with the Market Value Statistic of your choice * Allows auctions to be color coded by price level * Allows multiple sorting options not available on the standard interface Statistic Modules There are a variety of fully customizable statistic modules included with Auctioneer that can provide a variety of pricing information- all based upon your needs. * "Market" - a custom designed formula that merges the various statistics into a usable price. This is the default setting and is highly recommended. * Auc-Stat-Histogram - Returns Median and IQR values, based upon a Histogram of pricing data. Essentially, a median value, based upon all prices ever seen; no data is ever discarded. * Auc-Stat-iLevel - Statistics modules that groups all items of same rarity, type, and iLevel together (e.g. all green weapons of iLevel 180). Useful for pricing random "of the ..." items. * Auc-Stat-Purchased - Statistics module that tries to infer purchase prices based on items disappearing before they could have expired. (Requires more frequent scanning of the AH) * Auc-Stat-Sales – Uses data from BeanCounter to display historical statistics on actual purchase and sale prices. Note that this statistic is installed along with BeanCounter, and cannot be installed separately. * Auc-Stat-Simple - Statistics module that performs simple averaging of data, converted daily to exponential moving averages of the orders 3, 7 and 14. * Auc-Stat-StdDev - Statistics module that keeps the last 100 price points for an item and performs a standard deviation on the data list to exclude outliers from the sample space and provide a normalized mean. * Auc-Stat-WOWEcon - Statistics module that uses the WOWEcon AddOn's data (if separately installed) to provide the price to other Auctioneer modules. * Any other stat module that you or others wish to create can be easily added to auctioneer functionality! SearchUI An Auctioneer Utility that prompts you when it sees auctions that fit your criteria for buying and, or, bidding. * Uses Searchers that you can customize for various desired deals such as: o Resale - Prompts you for deals based on discount from the market value, AH fee, and expected relistings o Disenchant - Prompts you for deals based on disenchanting armor and weapons o Prospecting - Prompts you for jewelcrafting deals from prospecting ores o Vendor - Prompts you for auctions listed below vendor sell price * The "RealTimeSearch" will continually reload the first and last page of the AH, within reason, as per your configuration, to find the newest bargains and auctions that are just about to come to an end. Both great times to find some amazing deals. * Piggybacks on your AH scans if allowed to do so BeanCounter An associated addon that tracks your bid, postings, and mail to help you determine your overall and item-specific profitability. * Creates journal entries when you bid, buy, post, or retrieve AH mail. * Provides a searchable interface that can display all activity or only certain items * Allows you to change column width by Left-Click and dragging the column to the size of your liking Enchantrix Enchantrix displays values for disenchanting, milling, and prospecting; plus suggested values for selling enchants. Enchantrix can also automate disenchanting, milling and prospecting. Some baseline pricing is built in, but Enchantrix also uses values from Auctioneer to provide up-to-date prices for your server/faction. Enchantrix also includes controls to let you customize the pricing by enchant material (fixed prices and weighting). Informant Informant displays additional information about items in their tooltips: buy price; sell price; item level; what quests, classes or professions use the item; the value of the item produced by a recipe; etc. Informant can also tell you what vendors sell a given item. What Can Auctioneer Do to Help Me? Once a user moves to the Auction House (AH) and beyond just buying and selling from/to vendors, the whole game changes. No longer is the user dealing with the static prices of the vendor to support their character's income. We are now dealing with the fluid and hectic nature of a dog-eat-dog market economy. In such an economy, which is in a constant state of flux, it can be difficult to select the correct pricing points for your item at the AH. Sometimes, the prices and value of your items can be wildly different compared to the vendor price due to many factors, the value of items that can be made from your item, the use of a particular item in a quest, the suitability of a particular weapon or armor to specific classes, and the disenchantability of an item to enchanters. Primarily, the driving factor of the price fluctuations, as in the real world is supply versus demand. When supply is high, but demand is low, competition drives the prices down, and conversely then supply is low, but demand is high, the market is driven into a sellers market. The Auctioneer Suite can help you alleviate this lack of market knowledge over time by watching the market evolve. When you go to the Auction House (AH) for the first time after installing Auctioneer, you will see a row of 3 buttons along the top of the main "Browse" frame, click the "play" button to begin your first scan of the entire AH. Auctioneer will begin recording statistics for every item it finds, including the bid, buyout, and more. Once the market analysis has completed, you will notice additional information about the items in the tooltips when you mouse over them. What happens when you go to sell items via the Auction House? If Auctioneer has enough data, when you try to put an auction up for sale, it will attempt to provide you with intelligent pricing points based upon the market data it has accumulated through scanning. When you select an item in the full or simple "Appraiser" frame, Auctioneer will suggest a minimum price, a buyout price and display relevant data about it's decision making process in the right, receipt window, including how it has arrived at its prices. When you place an item in the SimpleAuction, "Post" frame, Auctioneer will suggest a minimum bid, a buyout price, and display relevant data, including the deposit and more. What happens when you go to sell items via the Auction House? If auctioneer has enough data, when you try to put an auction up for sale, it will attempt to provide you with intelligent pricing points based upon the market data it has accumulated through scanning. When you select an item in the full or simple "Appraiser" frame, Auctioneer will suggest a minimum price, a buyout price and display relevant data about it's decision making process in the right, receipt window, including how it has arrived at its prices. When you place an item in the SimpleAuction, "Post" frame, Auctioneer will suggest a minimum bid, a buyout price, and display relevant data, including the deposit and more. What are the available pricing models, or statistics, again? There are numerous pricing models from which to choose, they are discussed in the FAQ, located at http://Wiki.Norganna.Org/Auctioneer/FAQ . Conclusion We hope this helps people to understand the Auctioneer Suite a bit better. Visit our main site for indepth information and help - http://AuctioneerAddOn.Com . Please visit http://FishEye.Norganna.Org to view the current changelog. Happy Auctioneering!! Nikk and the rest of the Team at Norganna's AddOns

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Questhelper

questhelper1.3.11.zip | 5.28 MB

you can't find. It also computes the fastest path to complete all your quests - and gain experience - as quickly as possible.

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Recount

recountv3.3g_release.zip | 345.94 KB

project really should be wholely his and he can keep or abandon any changes I've made here. For changes see the change log. Beta versions can be found on WoWAce. Please report problems in the Recount thread on WoWAce or submit a ticket on WoWAce. The forum is a good place for general discussion, feedback, help and elaborating more complex bugs or concerns. The ticketing system is the place to report bugs or suggest new features. Please first check if a topic has already been posted. I will delete duplicates but you can help me safe work! Also please post about modules (e.g. RecountThreat, RecountGuessedAbsorbs, RecountFailBot) in these places. They are listed as components in the ticketing system. Thanks! FAQ: 1. Q: I don't see Recount after installing, what to do? A: /recount show, then /recount resetpos. If this doesn't help delete all (there are more than one) Recount.lua files in your WTF directory. 2. Q: I don't see details when I click the recount bar, how to fix? A: /recount resetpos 3. Q: I don't see my pets, totems, gargoyles, guardians, Why? A: Check the config window (cogwheel icon, or /recount config) and uncheck "merge pets w/ owners" to see details about pets, totems or any entity that is treated as pet or guardian. 4. Q: Can you add effective heals to Recount? A: Everything that Recount displays as healing is what other addons call "effective healing". I.e. numbers that you see displayed as healing never contain the overhealing component. 5. Q: I have a question about DPS... A: DPS is a poor measure, don't expect extensive discussion on the topics. You will find it already at numerous places. I only fix bugs regarding recording data, but don't plan to ever touch the DPS formula otherwise. 6. Q: Can you add absorption as separate display or to be counted as heals? A: No, the combat log doesn't report which spell, or which spell-caster caused an absorption so this is currently impossible. There are however ways to guess this information. A separate module called RecountGuessedAbsorbs is available that adds a display mode for guessed absorbs to recount. 7. Q: I have asked a question before and got no answer. I demand an answer! A: I cannot answer everything, I answer per time, capacity and ease to answer. I take everything I read into consideration but don't expect that everything can get an answer.

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AtlasLoot Enhanced

atlaslootv5.09.03.zip | 1.79 MB

to be chat linked and to use the dressing room. Website: http://www.atlasloot.net Features * Drop Rates: Appended to the bottom of the tooltip of an item when moused over (if available). * Dressing Room: Control-click items to show them in the Dressing Room. * Price Preview: See the prices for token items like PvP rewards. * 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. * Security: AtlasLoot flags as unsafe any items it detects that may cause you to be disconnected from the server if you try to link it in the chat window. To attempt to get the item information from the server, simply right-click on it. Note: you may get disconnected if the item is not available on your server. * Instance Loot: All instance loot from every Dungeon (Normal and Heroic) and Raid. * World Raid Bosses: Highlord Kruul, Azuregos, Dragons of the Nightmare, Doom Lord Kazzak and Doomwalker. * Factions: WoW Factions and Burning Crusade factions rewards. * PvP: World PvP Items, Battleground Items including low level items, Honor rewards - Weapons and Armor, Arena Rewards - Weapons and Armor for all seasons. * Sets: ZG, AQ20, AQ40, Dugeon 1, 2 and 3, Tier 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 Armor sets, Pre-60 sets, Crafted Sets, Crafted Epic Weapons, Tabards, Rare Mounts, Legendary Items, World BoE Epic Weapons, Heroic Token rewards. * World Events: Skettis, Abyssal Council, Ethereum Prison, etc. * Season Events: Feast of Winter Veil, Hallow's End, Brewfest, etc. * Wishlist: Alt-click on any item to add it to the wishlist, alt-clicking on an item in the wishlist deletes it. There are buttons added to the Atlas panel and the loot browser to open the wishlist. * Partial Searching: Allows searching the whole AtlasLoot database for an item where you only know part of the name. * Quicklooks: Bind up to four loot tables to 'Quicklook' buttons, allowing you to jump to them with only one click. Slash Commands * '/al' or '/atlasloot' by itself brings up the loot browser. * '/atlasloot options' brings up the options menu. * '/atlasloot reset' resets the last viewed loot table (fixes disconnects when opening AtlasLoot) and moves all draggable frames back to the middle of the screen. AtlasLoot Wiki Documentation for how to use AtlasLoot is gradually being added to the Atlasloot Wiki. To see the kind of documentation that will be there, see this example page about the Wishlist System. Latest Beta We generally do not release beta versions for Atlasloot, but you can update the mod daily through the WoWAce SVN. Please note that we can not guarantee a bug-free and fully functional mod if you update from Ace. History AtlasLoot was originally created by Pernicius as a plugin for Atlas and contained a handful of raid loot tables to browse. Unfortunately, Pernicius was unable to maintain the mod, so Daviesh took over and renamed it to AtlasLoot Enhanced to provide a distinction between the two versions. Since that time, AtlasLoot has grown to cover every loot table for every boss, every item set, PvP Items and items for every reputation faction. License This mod is distributed under Version 2 of the GPL. A copy of the GPL is included in this zip file with links to non-English translations. Current Team * Lead Author: Daviesh * Co-Authors: Celellach, Hegarol and Lag * Contributors: ThyrelR, TrAsHeR, Kurax, maqjav, Arith, StingerSoft, s8095324 Feedback If you have anything to tell us, whether you get an error message when starting WoW, want a certain feature to be integrated in the mod or just want to thank us for our great mod please go to our forum: Atlasloot forum Thanks to Too many to list now, but they include Asurn, Dan, Diablohu, K2hyun, KKram, Pownas, Sohonmr2, Telic, 560889223 and probably more I have missed.

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Uploaded:07-27-2010

Deadly Boss Mods

dbm4.50br4279.zip | 1.25 MB

message * Auto-respond during boss fights. DBM will inform anyone who whispers you during a boss fight that you are busy. These messages contain the name and health of the boss as well as the raid\'s status * HealthFrame: you can enable a simple frame that shows a health bar for all active bosses. This is enabled by default for multi-mob bosses like Four Horsemen * Bars can be enlarged with decent effects when they are about to expire * Crash recovery: you had a disconnect or crash during a boss fight? No problem for DBM! It will request the timer and combat status information from other DBM users in your raid group and you get your timers back * Synchronization system for accurate timers * No dependencies, no embedded libraries (except for the optional LibDataBroker plugin that embeds LibDataBroker) * Modular design - all boss mods are plugins and can be exchanged, removed or updated separately * Load on demand - all boss mods are separate AddOns and they will be loaded when they are needed. So they don\'t use memory or cpu until you enter the corresponding instance * Efficient code: DBM uses less than 250 kb memory and the cpu usage is also very low * Special effects like the screen flash effect, huge warning messages and sounds will draw your attention to critical events * Bars can change their color over time and flash before they expire * There are many bar designs to choose from, all designs are are customizable: you can change the color, size, icon position etc. * Support for SharedMedia, so you can use any texture for your bars * Option to create custom timers, so-called \"Pizza Timers\" for your pizza or whatever you prefer to eat while raiding. You can also send those timers to your raid group * Powerful object-oriented API - you can use it to write your own boss mods! Slash Commands * /dbm - shows/hides the GUI * /dbm timer - starts a local timer, the time can be in the mm:ss format * /dbm broadcast timer - broadcasts a timer to the raid * /dbm unlock - shows a movable timer bar (alias: move) * /dbm ver - performs a raid-wide version check * /range or /distance - shows the RangeCheck frame * /dbm pull (seconds) * /dbm break (minutes)

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nUI

nui_5.06.29_release.zip | 1.68 MB

detailed targeting information, an integrated HUD, cooldowns and more all in one tightly integrated single-source addon that requires no user configuration. nUI is user supported software... nUI relies on your donations for its survival and continued development. To make a donation to support nUI, please visit… * http://www.nuiaddon.com/donate.html nUI is not a compilation of addons, it is one single mod that provides all of the functionality required to replace the Blizzard default UI. It is small, fast and efficient, easy to install, easy to use and come patch day you only have to worry about updating one mod. Current Features... * No dependencies * No third party code, libraries or add-ons * 100% Original stand-alone code * Greatly reduced screen clutter * Integrated unit casting bars w/ latency * Advanced targeting info... Pet Target, ToT, ToTT * Detailed HUD including player casts, harmful auras, cooldowns and more * Integrated in-HUD threat meter (see notes) * Integrated in-HUD health race bar (see notes) * Advanced player casting bar with latency and GCD * Click-casting compatible unit, party and raid frames * Click-to-feed hunter pet happiness indicator on unit frames * Integrated battlefield highlighting of raid group numbers, hits and heals * Integrated player talent build/spec browsing in unit frames * Integrated cooldown counters, OOM and OOR indicators * Integrated range to target calculation * Integrated (de)buff displays for all units * Integrated (de)buff countdowns * Integrated mouse wheel minimap zoom-in and zoom-out * Integrated mouse wheel scrolling of chat and combat log * Integrated world coordinates and in-game clock * Integrated user interface reload \"/nui rl\" * Integrated support for Recount (damage meters) * Integrated support for Titan Panel and FuBar * Integrated support for Omen3 and KLH Threat meters * Integrated support for Clique * Integrated support for FuBar and Titan Panel * Automatic faction watching * Automatic management of MiniMap buttons * Expanded battlefield map * Adaptive buff/debuff display based on target reaction Official nUI technical support and user forum... * http://www.wowinterface.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=86 Contacting the author directly... * E-mail: kscottpiel@gmail.com * Web Site: http://www.nUIaddon.com * Personal Site: http://www.scottpiel.com

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Uploaded:05-30-2010

QuestGuru

questguru14.zip | 375.56 KB

Built-in announcer with customizable messages - Custom Tracker which can be used independantly of QuestGuru, or in conjunction for full functionality PLEASE READ THE FAQ AND KNOWN ISSUES BEFORE POSTING A BUG REPORT F A Q ==================== Q. Why aren't new quests automatically being tracked? A. Check your game client settings for this. In the Interface Options under Objectives there are two options, one for tracking new quests and one for tracking quests when you make progress. WHEN POSTING A BUG REPORT - Please include the version of QuestGuru you are using and copy/paste the error message you receive. Pleast note: If you are currently using a quest log replacement you MUST disable it when using QuestGuru.

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Uploaded:09-12-2010

qComments

qcommentsv3322.zip | 5.03 MB

addons required, just use the standard questlog to show the comments * nQuestLog, QuestGuru or MonkeyQuest can optionally be used * Cartographer can optionally be used to get minimap notes from commentaries Usage: * Open your default Quest Tracker or your QuestLog * Press and hold down ALT key * Click on a quest title - Comments table shows up To hide the comments table: * Hold down ALT key and click on the same quest title again Usage with nQuestLog or QuestGuru or MonkeyQuest: * Expand some quests in the quest frame (be sure the frame is locked) * Press and hold down ALT key * Move cursor over a quest name - Comments table shows up To hide the comments table: * While still holding down ALT key move cursor anywhere outside the questlog frame To keep the comments table open: * Release ALT key before moving cursor Additional usage (Cartographer addon needed): To set notes on minimap manually: * Press CTRL and ALT to show the comments - qComments (weekly) will try to find coordinates in the commentaries and place a red X on the minimap To remove notes from minimap manually: * Press SHIFT and ALT to show the comments - qComments (weekly) will delete every red X which belongs to the quest and was placed before on the minimap /qcm setnotes [on/off] toggles placing notes (red X) on the minimap on quest acquire using coordinates found in the quest comments /qcm deletenotes [on/off] toggles deletion of notes from minimap on quest completion

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Uploaded:07-27-2010

Reload Chat

reloadchat_v0.0.1r2.zip | 1.35 KB

the limit of your chat log (default 128). This version supports: * Say * Emote * Yell * Guild * Officer * Achievements * Whispers * Battle.net Whispers * Party * Raid * Battleground What to expect in the future: * More efficient code (always expected) * Battle.net conversations * Options for which types of chat you wish to save * Support for all other chat mods (This may already be true, but I havn\'t tested it since I use the default Blizzard chat log) * Any other requests made in the comments section

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Uploaded:07-27-2010

Raid Achievement Query

raq_v1.0.zip | 7.03 KB

the Lich King raid achievements. * Both 10 man and 25 man support. * Easy to use interface. * Small and compact, doesn\'t take over your UI. * Offline or out of range players are not scanned but included in the result. Basic useage 1. /raq 2. Select achievement set to scan from the dropdown menu. 3. Click scan

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Uploaded:05-30-2010

Hide XP

hidexp.zip | 6.18 KB

text that persists in the game environment. I've created this very simple addon to address that issue. hideXP is loosely based off other font replacing addons but targeted specifically at the default blizzard XP text. What it does is simply replace the font used with an invisible font so the text no longer displays in the game environment. WARNING - Since the mod effectively hides the default damage text, only use this if you are using a combat text addon to display damage and healing texts - i.e., if you are using the default in-game scrolling combat text feature, this probably isn't going to work for you.

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Uploaded:05-29-2010

Titan Panel - Quests

titanquests300.zip | 64.67 KB

being done by PcHaXoR and r3neGaDe and then taken over by urnati for about 2 years. Titan Quests adds a new button to Titan Panel, granting direct access to the quest list and some quest-related functionality. 1.1 Features ============ * adds a quest icon to Titan Panel, showing the number of completed/total quests * shows detailed quest statistic on mouse-over (number of elite quests, pvp quests,...) * shows a quest list of all currently accepted quests upon right-clicking the Titan Quests icon * shows detailed quest information when mousing over a quest in the quest list * allows to add/remove quests from the quest watcher by left-clicking on a quest in the quest list * shortcut to open/close the quest log by left-clicking on the Titan Quests icon * customizable elements (all visible elements can be configured) * little performance impact on the game (only performs updates, when quest-related events occur) * complete English/German translation, partial French/Spanish/Latin American/Russian translation - more languages can be supported with help from volunteers * high code quality (due to use of automated tests, profiling, bug tracking, a clean architectural design and a beta release schedule prior to the release of each version) 2. Introduction =============== After successful installation of the plugin, you'll see a new icon in the Titan Panel. By moving the mouse over that icon, a summary of the current quests is displayed (see "2.1 Titan Panel Tooltip"). By right-clicking onto the icon, a detailed questlist pops up, which presents the name, level and current state of each quest (see "2.2 Questlist"). Mousing over one of these quests opens up a quest-menu which presents a comprehensive summary of the quest as well as further options like abandoning the quest, sharing it, or adding it to the watch list (see "2.3 Questdetails"). Last but not least can the display of Titan Quests be customized via the options dialog (see "2.4 Options"). 2.1. Titan Panel Tooltip ============================ The Titan Quests button on the Titan Panel displays the number of completed and total quests. By mousing over, a tooltip displaying the following information is shown: - total number of quests - the total number of quests split up into the number of quests by category (elite, group, regular, etc.) - the prefix representing the category is displayed in brackets (this prefix is used in the questlist --- see "2.2 Questlist") - number of daily quests - number of completed quests - number of incomplete quests - the time when the raid instances will reset - some hints explaining the possible interactions with the Titan Quests button. By left-clicking onto the Titan Quests button the questlog is brought up. By right-clicking onto the button the questlist is displayed (see 2.2 Questlist). 2.2 Questlist ============= The first entry in the questlist is the option dialog (see "2.4 Options"). This is followed by the list of quests (if no quests match the selected filter or the player has no quests at all a message is displayed instead of the actual questlist). The questlist is structured the following way: The number, which is colored according to the difficulty, represents the questlevel. It is followed by the questprefix representing the quest category. The following prefixes can appear (note that different localizations can use different prefixes): "+" = elite quests "g" = group quests "h" = heroic quests "d" = dungeon quests "r" = raid quests "p" = PvP quests If no prefix is displayed, the quest is a regular quest. The quest category prefix is followed by a "*", if the quest is also a daily quest. After these basic quest information comes the name of the quest. Groupquests then display the number of suggested group members in square brackets. Completed quests show "(done)" in green color, quests which have failed show "(failed)" in red color afterwards. Before the zone name which the quest takes part in, a blue "(W)" is visible, if the quest is also in the watch list. Note that the zone name is not displayed, if sorting is set to "by location" and "group sorted quests" is enabled (see "2.4 Options" for further details). In case "group sorted quests" is enabled and the questlist is set to be either sorted by level or by location, the quests are preceded by a header naming either the location or the level. By mousing over any quest in the list, the questdetails for that quest are displayed (see "2.3 Questdetails"). If the questlist becomes too long and cannot be displayed completely the messge "Quest list too large. Some quests are not displayed." is displayed. In this case at least one quest is not displayed. One way to work around this is by disabling the setting to group quests. This will remove the group-headers from the list and hence should provide enough space to display all quests. The last two lines show some hints about what kind of interaction is possible by left-clicking or shift-left-clicking onto a quest. Depending on the setting left-clicking either opens the questlog for that particular quests or adds/removes the quest to/from the watch list. Shift-left-clicking performs the other action (see "2.4 Options" for more information). 2.3 Questdetails ================ Upon mousing over a quest in the questlist, a summary for the quest is displayed with the following information: The first line contains the questname, followed by either a one-liner or a list of objectives which have to be fullfilled to complete the quest. If an objective has been completed, it is colored green. Next comes the list of rewards the player gets when completing the quest. Items can be clicked to display more information about the particular item. The following rewards can be displayed (note that if the quest doesn't give a specific reward, it is not displayed and if the quest does not give any rewards at all, no reward section is displayed at all): - money - rewarded item - rewarded spell - a list of item rewards, the player can choose from - honor - talent points - title If the player is in a group and at least one other group member has the same quest, another section is displayed listing all the players who are on the same quest. Last but not least a number of questoptions are available: - track quest - share quest - abandon quest - quest details (opens up the questlog) - link quest (creates a questlink in the chat box) 2.4 Options =========== The different settings of the plugin can be accessed via the options-dropdown list which can be opened by right-clicking onto the icon on the Titan Panel and moving the mouse over the "Options" entry. The following settings are available: - Sort: Sets the sort order for the questlist. - Show: Sets the filter for the questlist (only quests which meet the specific selection will be displayed) - Left Click to Watch quest: If ticked, left-clicking on a questlist entry will add/remove the quest to/from the WoW watchlist. If unticked, left-clicking on a questlist entry will open the quest in the questlog. - Group Sorted Quests: If ticked, quests in the questlist will be sorted under a level/location header, if sort order is set to level or location. - Show Icon Shows/Hides the Titan Quests icon on the Titan Panel. - Show Label Text Shows/Hides the Titan Quests text on the Titan Panel. - Hide Disables the Titan Quests button on the Titan Panel. (Titan Quests can then be reopened via the Titan Panel right-click menu) - About Shows the about dialog (containing the version number as well as the list of authors) 3. Important changes ==================== For those coming back to Titan Quests from 0.24 and also for those which are just upgrading from 2.14.30300 there are several notable changes. The following sections list the most important ones for people upgrading from either 0.24 or from 2.14.30300. 3.1 Changes since Titan Panel [Quests] 0.24 =========================================== * added more detailed quest information Mousing over an entry in the questlist presents not only the quest-objective(s) but also includes the rewards and the list of other players on the same quest, now. * completely overhauled the tooltip The layout of the Titan Quest tooltip has been redone to improve readability and add additional information like the number of total/completed quests and the time when the instances reset. * added support for new WoW features Titan Quests supports daily and heroic quests. All restrictions to watch quests have been removed, so that any number of quests can now be added to the watchlist. * improved performance The plugin listens only to those events it is interested in and updates the questlist only if necessary. Rather than regenerating the questlist whenever the player opens the Titan Quests questlist, it is now being kept in memory. This caching of the questlist significiantly boosts the performance when accessing the questlist and fixes all cases which previously caused notable delays and stuttering (performance improved by 50-99%). * removed quests detail frame Whereever it was used, we now use the default WoW quest log. The only purpose of having a separate quest log was to provide a larger and movable quest frame. Meanwhile, the default quest log was updated several times and itself became movable and its size was increased, so there's no longer the need to provide a separate quest log. Furthermore, using the default quest log allows better interaction with other addons which replace/hook into the normal quest frame. * removed persistent quest tracking support In earlier versions of WoW the quest watch list was reset whenever the player logged in/out of the game. That means that players always had to reactivate the quests they wanted to track between sessions. Titan Quests stored the watchlist and upon restarting the game, restored the watch list entries, so the watchlist became persistent. In one of the later updates to WoW Blizzard made the default watchlist persistant itself, effectively removing the need to provide this functionality ourselves. * removed toggle options menu Earlier versions of Titan Quests provided a toggle menu which allowed toggling of several 3rd party quest-related addons (like Monkey Quests, QuestIOn, Quest History). This caused a significant work-load on maintaining this functionality, because all the provided addons had to be checked for updates on a regular basis. * added quest log shortcut Since the toggle menu was removed, the toggle function of the quest log was removed, too. To provide a better/simpler way to toggle the quest log, the functionality was added to open/close the quest log by simply left-clicking on the Titan Quests icon in the Titan Panel bar. * added shortcut hints Useful hints are displayed which point especially new users to the shortcuts they can use within Titan Quests. 3.2 Changes since Titan Panel [Quests] 2.14.30300 ================================================= * added support for new WoW features Titan Quests supports heroic quests now and the support for daily quests has been extended (aka: the questlist can be set to show daily quests only) * removed quest event notifications The system to display a message when a quest-relevant event occurred (like killing a quest target, etc.) has been removed from Titan Quests, since this feature is now considered outside the scope of the plugin. * performance further improved Even though there have been several changes to significiantly boost performance since version 1.0, some use-cases could be improved to further increase the performance by up to 50%. * removed persistent quest tracking support In earlier versions of WoW the quest watch list was reset whenever the player logged in/out of the game. That means that players always had to reactivate the quests they wanted to track between sessions. Titan Quests stored the watchlist and upon restarting the game, restored the watch list entries, so the watchlist became persistent. In one of the later updates to WoW Blizzard made the default watchlist persistant itself, effectively removing the need to provide this functionality ourselves. * removed toggle options menu Earlier versions of Titan Quests provided a toggle menu which allowed toggling of several 3rd party quest-related addons (like Monkey Quests, QuestIOn, Quest History). This caused a significant work-load on maintaining this functionality, because all the provided addons had to be checked for updates on a regular basis. * removed ShowColoredText option Restored the 0.24 button coloring behavior which colors the number of completed quests on the Titan Quests button green and the number of total quests in white, in order to use a consistent green coloring for completed quests. * removed initialization output Though the output print to the chat when the addon has been successfully loaded might be useful to prevent user errors it also spams the chat-output. If each addon would print such a message, players with 50+ addons would unnecessarily be spammed whenever they start WoW. Hence, the initialization message has been removed. * added shortcut hints Useful hints are displayed which point especially new users to the shortcuts they can use within Titan Quests. 4. License ========== This plugin is distributed under the GNU GPL v3. Please refer to the gpl-3.0.txt file for the complete license. 5. Contact and Distribution =========================== The official page for this addon is http://www.luke1410.de/typo3/index.php?id=titanquests. The addon is also distributed via the following addon pages: - WoW Interface: http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info9990-TitanQuests.html - WoWUI: http://wowui.incgamers.com/?p=mod&m=729 - Curse: http://wow.curseforge.com/addons/titan-panel-quests/ Last but not least you can contact me directly via Luke1410[NOBOTSPAM]atgmx[dot]de. 6. Thanks ========= Thanks go to: - urnati for taking over the maintenance of the addon and introducing a bunch of new features - last but not least thanks for the great support with passing over the project to me - Corgi/Ryessa for coding the original version of this addon - PcHaXoR/r3neGaDe for providing updates for the early version - The devs from Auctioneer who helped me a lot getting into WoW addon development --- it was great fun working with you guys. - The guys from www.wowwiki.com for their great page with all the useful information about the WoW API. - Blizzard for their contribution to the community and offering us such a great way to alter the game to our wishes.

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Uploaded:05-29-2010

nUI

nui50621release.zip | 1.67 MB

detailed targeting information, an integrated HUD, cooldowns and more all in one tightly integrated single-source addon that requires no user configuration. nUI is not a compilation of addons, it is one single mod that provides all of the functionality required to replace the Blizzard default UI. It is small, fast and efficient, easy to install, easy to use and come patch day you only have to worry about updating one mod. Current Features... · No dependencies · No third party code, libraries or add-ons · 100% Original stand-alone code · Greatly reduced screen clutter · Integrated unit casting bars w/ latency · Advanced targeting info... Pet Target, ToT, ToTT · Detailed HUD including player casts, harmful auras, cooldowns and more · Integrated in-HUD threat meter (see notes) · Integrated in-HUD health race bar (see notes) · Advanced player casting bar with latency and GCD · Click-casting compatible unit, party and raid frames · Click-to-feed hunter pet happiness indicator on unit frames · Integrated battlefield highlighting of raid group numbers, hits and heals · Integrated player talent build/spec browsing in unit frames · Integrated cooldown counters, OOM and OOR indicators · Integrated range to target calculation · Integrated (de)buff displays for all units · Integrated (de)buff countdowns · Integrated mouse wheel minimap zoom-in and zoom-out · Integrated mouse wheel scrolling of chat and combat log · Integrated world coordinates and in-game clock · Integrated user interface reload "/nui rl" · Integrated support for Recount (damage meters) · Integrated support for Titan Panel and FuBar · Integrated support for Omen3 and KLH Threat meters · Integrated support for Clique · Automatic faction watching · Automatic management of MiniMap buttons · Expanded battlefield map · Adaptive buff/debuff display based on target reaction

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Uploaded:05-29-2010

Misspelled

misspelledr51.zip | 2.66 MB

are dictionaries for US English, UK English, French, German and Spanish. Misspelled utilizes the HunSpell style, affix (prefix/suffix) compressed dictionaries. The same ones used in Chrome, Firefox, and OpenOffice. Misspelled provides suggestions based on words that phonetically sound like the misspelled word, along with suggestions based on common mistakes of spelling. I've included in the US English dictionary some Warcraft specific proper nouns, including the zone names, and all Wrath dungeon and raid boss names. Your friends and guild members are also added. Misspelled works with WIM (Wow Instant Messenger) Note: The last word in the chat box, isn't spell checked until you type some form of word terminator, either a period, space, or some other word separating punctionation. Spell checking is very fast; but I don't want to check unneedlessly. I don't spell check the last word on a line, until it looks like your finished typing that word.

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Uploaded:05-13-2010

Tis The Season

tistheseason_3.2.8.zip | 33.71 KB

time. That is why I wrote 'TisTheSeason', it will track the cooldowns for every toon on your account and provide a tooltip the time remaining for each toon. It also will show you the amount of time remaining for the toon who will be ready first. TisTheSeason currently works with "Hallow's End", "Winter Veil" and "Love is in the Air" holidays. Only problem is that this version only supports 'English' clients. If anyone want to help with translations I need the localized name of the Harmful buffs 'Tricked or Treated', 'Adored' and 'Mistletoe'. Please send the translations to Support@Rakreo.com. This addon is also my first attempt at a LDB plugin and as such will need something to display its output. I use TitanPanel, but any LDB compatible addon should work. Thanks for your interest in this addon and as always please feel free to drop me a line at Support@Rakreo.com. You can also visit our Guild Website http://www.Rakreo.com for the lastest version of this and any other addons I have written. It now will add the Year to the Achievement Criteria for the Hallow's End Achievements. Added icons to show what Daily quests have been completed. Pumpkin for 'Smash the Pumpkin', Flame for 'Stop the Fires!' or 'Let The Fires Come!' and a Horse's Head for 'Call the Headless Horseman' There are now some options that you can change. Use /tts or /tistheseason for a list of options.

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Uploaded:05-10-2010

AuctionLite

auctionlitev1.6.4.zip | 312.25 KB

listings at the same time o Search for your favorite items with a single click * Sell o Suggest prices based on the current competition o Create multiple listings at the same time * Scan o Download all auction house data in just seconds o Track historical prices and find deals * Tooltips o Show vendor, auction, and disenchant prices on all items In short, AuctionLite tries to make the most common auction house tasks as simple as possible, and AuctionLite strives for minimal overhead and clutter in its interface. Quick Start Buying items: Type an item name into the "Buy" tab and click "Search". (You don't have to fill in a quantity.) Select the listings you want to buy, click "Buyout", and then click "Approve". * Control-right-click an item in your bags from any AH tab to search on the "Buy" tab * Use shift-click and control-click to select and purchase multiple listings Selling items: Drag an item from your bags into the "Sell" tab slot. Enter the number and size of the stacks you'd like to sell, adjust prices if necessary, and click "Create Auction". * Alt-right-click an item in your bags from any AH tab to load it into the "Sell" tab * Click on any competing auction to undercut that auction * Use the tab key to jump between fields * Hit enter to start the auction Scanning: Click "Full Scan" on the "Buy" tab. When scanning is complete, you'll get a list of the best deals currently available at the auction house. * If you navigate away from the deals page, use "Show Deals" in the "Advanced" menu to return * If you are disconnected during scanning, try disabling the fast scan feature (use "/al config") Other features: * To search for your own listings (and your competition), choose "Show My Auctions" from the "Advanced" menu * Click the checkmark next to any item in the "Buy" tab to mark it as a favorite, and then select "Show Favorites" from the "Advanced" menu to search for all your favorites at once * Go straight to your preferred tab when opening the AH * Open all your bags when visiting the AH For more details, read on! Buying Items To buy an item with AuctionLite, type the name of the item you want into the "Buy" tab and click "Search" (or control-right-click an item in your bags). If your search returns only one kind of item, you'll see a list of all auctions for that item, sorted by the per-item buyout price (or per-item bid price, if no buyout price is available). Your own auctions are shown in yellow, and auctions where you are the highest bidder will show the bid price in yellow. If you want to bid or buy out a listing, click on it, click "Bid" or "Buyout", and then approve the purchase. You can select multiple auctions by control-clicking or shift-clicking. If your search returns multiple items, you'll see a summary of the kinds of items that your search encountered. Click on any of these summary lines to see all listings for that item, as described above. To get back to the summary page, click the arrow button in the upper-left corner of the frame. If you know exactly how many items you want to buy, type the number into the "Quantity" field when searching. AuctionLite will then offer to fill your order by selecting the auction listings that minimize the total cost to you. AuctionLite is smart enough to find the absolute minimal cost in most cases, including cases where you can buy more items to get a lower total price. If you would like AuctionLite to consider the resale value of excess items when making this decision (e.g., you ask for 10 items, but you'd rather get 11 at 101g than 10 at 100g), then you can enable the "Consider Resale Value" option (use "/al config"). If AuctionLite suggests purchasing more items than you originally requested (for any reason), it will show you to the expected resale value of the excess items and the net cost of the items you requested. AuctionLite will incorporate all of the price data that your searches return into its historical data. Thus, the prices for items you frequently purchase will always be up to date, even if you don't do full auction house scans. Favorites On the "Buy" tab's summary display, you can click on the checkmark to the left of any item to mark it as a favorite (click again to unmark). Then, you can choose "Show Favorites" in the "Advanced" menu to quickly search for all of your favorites. Your favorites will also get bumped to the top of the summary display in any future search. If you'd like to create multiple favorites lists, you can do so in the AuctionLite configuration screen (use "/al config"). Your lists will show up in a submenu of the "Show Favorites" menu option. When creating a favorites list, you can type any item name, but you must type the entire name exactly as it appears in-game (case does not need to match). You can also drag-and-drop items into the "Add an Item" field. Your Auctions In order to see auctions that you're selling, choose "Show My Auctions" from the "Advanced" menu. AuctionLite will search for all your current auctions so that you can see your competition. On the summary screen, any items where you've been undercut will be shown with a red background. If you'd like to cancel an auction, just click the item, select your listing(s), and click "Cancel". You can select and cancel multiple auctions by using shift-click and control-click. If you'd like to cancel auctions in bulk, you can do this in a number of ways. First, clicking the "Cancel" button when nothing is selected will cancel all auctions on that page (and all auctions period, if you're on the summary screen!). Second, control-clicking the "Cancel" button will cancel all such auctions that have been undercut (i.e., auctions that have a competitor at a lower per-item price). Finally, you can right-click any line in the summary screen in order to cancel all auctions or cancel undercut auctions. Selling Items To sell an item with AuctionLite, start by dragging the item into the box on the "Sell" tab (or by alt-right-clicking an item in your bags). AuctionLite will immediately scan for all competing auctions, and it will suggest an appropriate price for your auction. In addition to setting bid and buyout prices, you can also tell AuctionLite to post multiple stacks of a certain size. AuctionLite will display a list of competing auctions so that you can verify the accuracy of AuctionLite's suggestions. Any listings shown in gray are listings that AuctionLite considered to be outliers--that is, listings with abnormally low prices. AuctionLite typically chooses a price that is just less than the lowest non-outlier price, since this price is a reasonable estimate of the market-clearing price. If you disagree with AuctionLite's estimate of the market-clearing price, you can click on any auction in the display to undercut it by a few percent. Listings shown in yellow are your own auctions; clicking on them will fill in the prices you set for those auctions. AuctionLite also shows some historical data for your item in the chat window. Every time AuctionLite scans for an item, it will incorporate the latest prices into its historical data, weighted according to the frequency of its scans. If you want to sell items quickly, you can use alt-right-click even on the "Browse" tab in order to move an item into the "Sell" tab. If you approve of AuctionLite's initial suggestions, hitting enter will post the auction immediately. If you'd like to save settings for a particular item, click the down arrow near the item slot in the "Sell" tab. Selecting any of these options will save your current stack size, stack count, or prices for future use. AuctionLite's pricing scheme can be customized in the AuctionLite options screen (Escape -> Interface -> Addons -> AuctionLite). Scanning You can tell AuctionLite to scan all listings in the auction house by clicking the "Full Scan" button on the "Buy" tab. After all auction data has been retrieved, AuctionLite will analyze the data and record the current market prices for later use. AuctionLite will take into account how frequently and how recently you've scanned, so there's no need to worry about how often you scan. Note that if you cancel the scan by closing the auction house, no data will be recorded. AuctionLite also stores all price data from your scans in the "Buy" and "Sell" tabs, so even if you don't scan frequently, the prices for items that you buy and sell will stay up to date. Deals After you've completed a full scan, AuctionLite will search for all items in the auction house that are underpriced relative to previous scans, and it will show you these items ranked by potential profit. If you navigate away from this screen, you can recall the list of deals from the last scan of your current AH visit by going to "Advanced" and clicking "Show Deals". To set the parameters for this search, go to the AuctionLite options screen (in the "Advanced" menu) and set the minimum profit and the minimum discount relative to previous prices. Tooltips AuctionLite adds a few lines to the bottom of each item tooltip in the game to show the vendor sell price, the expected disenchant value, and the estimated auction house value. The disenchant value is based on the current value of the disenchanted dust/essences/shards at the auction house. By default, AuctionLite shows the value for the entire stack. However, if you'd like to see the per-item price instead of the per-stack price, just hold the shift key. If you'd like this to be the other way around (i.e., per-item prices normally, and per-stack prices when holding shift), this setting can be adjusted in the AuctionLite options screen (type "/al config"). If you'd rather not see AuctionLite's information in tooltips, they can be customized or disabled in the AuctionLite options screen (type "/al config"). You can set each line in the tooltip so that it always appears, never appears, or appears only if the applicable data is available (e.g., if we have an auction house price for that item). External API AuctionLite supports Tekkub's GetAuctionBuyout interface, so any addon that uses this interface will automatically be able to retrieve price data from AuctionLite. In addition to this standard interface, other addons that wish to use AuctionLite's data can use the following methods: price = AuctionLite:GetDisenchantValue(link or id[, suffix]) price = AuctionLite:GetAuctionValue(link or id[, suffix]) These methods return AuctionLite's disenchant and auction prices, which are the same numbers you see in the tooltips. You can pass an item string, an item link, or an item ID, but note that if you pass an ID for an item that typically has a suffix (e.g., "of the Monkey"), then you need to provide the suffix as the second argument. AuctionLite doesn't track bid prices--just buyout prices. Acknowledgments Thanks to kolenka for contributing bug fixes and features, and thanks to the Curse/WowAce/WowInterface community for their bug reports and suggestions. Many, many thanks to the folks who took the time to translate AuctionLite to other languages! * French: Pettigrow * German: nesta666, Farook, tholas1234, archiv * Korean: eljei, kdw112, ohmytrance * Chinese: tnt2ray, wowuicn, a9012456, s8095324 * Russian: Vampik, RustamIrzaev

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Uploaded:05-01-2010

Set Talents

settalents.zip | 3.34 KB

3000000000000000000050010000000000000000000000000000000000000 it does 2 basic checks: 1) If you have enough talentpoints to build the tree. 2) If the length of the Numberstring has the right length There are no checks like if it is possible to build the tree that already does the Talentcalculator. It is not needed to have the Talentwindow open to use it.

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Uploaded:03-14-2010

Deadly Boss Mods

dbm4.42r3689coreandwotlkmods.zip | 1.24 MB

message Auto-respond during boss fights. DBM will inform anyone who whispers you during a boss fight that you are busy. These messages contain the name and health of the boss as well as the raid's status HealthFrame: you can enable a simple frame that shows a health bar for all active bosses. This is enabled by default for multi-mob bosses like Four Horsemen Bars can be enlarged with decent effects when they are about to expire Crash recovery: you had a disconnect or crash during a boss fight? No problem for DBM! It will request the timer and combat status information from other DBM users in your raid group and you get your timers back Synchronization system for accurate timers No dependencies, no embedded libraries (except for the optional LibDataBroker plugin that embeds LibDataBroker) Modular design - all boss mods are plugins and can be exchanged, removed or updated separately Load on demand - all boss mods are separate AddOns and they will be loaded when they are needed. So they don't use memory or cpu until you enter the corresponding instance Efficient code: DBM uses less than 250 kb memory and the cpu usage is also very low Special effects like the screen flash effect, huge warning messages and sounds will draw your attention to critical events Bars can change their color over time and flash before they expire There are many bar designs to choose from, all designs are are customizable: you can change the color, size, icon position etc. Support for SharedMedia, so you can use any texture for your bars Option to create custom timers, so-called "Pizza Timers" for your pizza or whatever you prefer to eat while raiding. You can also send those timers to your raid group Powerful object-oriented API - you can use it to write your own boss mods! [b]Slash Commands[/b] /dbm - shows/hides the GUI /dbm timer - starts a local timer, the time can be in the mm:ss format /dbm broadcast timer - broadcasts a timer to the raid /dbm unlock - shows a movable timer bar (alias: move) /dbm ver - performs a raid-wide version check You can visit the mods homepage here. /range or /distance - shows the RangeCheck frame

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Uploaded:03-14-2010

Atlas Loot Enhanced

atlaslootv5.10.00.zip | 1.8 MB

to use the dressing room. [b]Features[/b] Drop Rates: Appended to the bottom of the tooltip of an item when moused over (if available). Dressing Room: Control-click items to show them in the Dressing Room. Price Preview: See the prices for token items like PvP rewards. 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. Security: AtlasLoot flags as unsafe any items it detects that may cause you to be disconnected from the server if you try to link it in the chat window. To attempt to get the item information from the server, simply right-click on it. Note: you may get disconnected if the item is not available on your server. Instance Loot: All instance loot from every Dungeon (Normal and Heroic) and Raid. World Raid Bosses: Highlord Kruul, Azuregos, Dragons of the Nightmare, Doom Lord Kazzak and Doomwalker. Factions: WoW Factions and Burning Crusade factions rewards. PvP: World PvP Items, Battleground Items including low level items, Honor rewards - Weapons and Armor, Arena Rewards - Weapons and Armor for all seasons. Sets: ZG, AQ20, AQ40, Dugeon 1, 2 and 3, Tier 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 Armor sets, Pre-60 sets, Crafted Sets, Crafted Epic Weapons, Tabards, Rare Mounts, Legendary Items, World BoE Epic Weapons, Heroic Token rewards. World Events: Skettis, Abyssal Council, Ethereum Prison, etc. Season Events: Feast of Winter Veil, Hallow's End, Brewfest, etc. Wishlist: Alt-click on any item to add it to the wishlist, alt-clicking on an item in the wishlist deletes it. There are buttons added to the Atlas panel and the loot browser to open the wishlist. Partial Searching: Allows searching the whole AtlasLoot database for an item where you only know part of the name. Quicklooks: Bind up to four loot tables to 'Quicklook' buttons, allowing you to jump to them with only one click. Slash Commands '/al' or '/atlasloot' by itself brings up the loot browser. '/atlasloot options' brings up the options menu. '/atlasloot reset' resets the last viewed loot table (fixes disconnects when opening AtlasLoot) and moves all draggable frames back to the middle of the screen.

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Uploaded:01-10-2010

ProffessionALT

professionalt11.zip | 28.47 KB

the addon. V1.1 Features added Data Broker support, so you can access a new Link Box from within many addons which support Data Broker such as FuBar, Titan Panel, etc... Note You will need to go through each of you Alternate Characters and open each Profession Book before they will be listed.

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Uploaded:01-08-2010

Sell-O-Matic

sellomaticv1125.zip | 141.17 KB

near a merchant and opening their trade window, then you can click on the sell button. By default it will sell all gray items and use no sell or save list. Options: Auto sell: Automatically sell the items when you open a vendor. Information type: You can choose from all to lite the output of the addon. Show detail: Shows a profit detail of each item. Use list: Activates the use of sell and save lists. Show list: Prints the contents of the sell and save lists. Add item: Adds an item to the sell or save list. Del item: Deletes an item from the sell or save list. Reset sell list: Clears the sell list. Reset save list: Clears the save list. Using sell/save lists: With sell and save lists you can personalize which items you want to sell or save. They work as a filter in which you can add the complete name of the items you want to sell/save or part of the name. Here are some examples: Example #1: You're leveling fishing skill and you're tired of having to sell each fish stack one by one. You can add the word Raw to the sell list and all the uncooked fish will be sold when you push the button. This is because all normal uncooked fish start with the word Raw, so the addon searches for them and sells them for you. Example #2: You have a fabulous gouging pick poor quality item, but you don't want to sell it. You can add the name of the item to the save list and when you sell all your poor quality items, your pick will remain with you.[/list] Important: Be careful when using part of the item name instead of all the name. For example if you add Basilisk to the sell list, it will sell ALL items that have that word. And remember to have activated the option use list if you want to use sell and/or save lists! Localization If you want to help with the localization of the addon feel free to use the new localization tool: http://www.wowace.com/projects/sell-o-matic/localization/ Please use the ticket system to submit any bug or request: http://www.wowace.com/projects/sell-o-matic/create-ticket/

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Uploaded:01-07-2010

PetShop

petshop335.zip | 18.82 KB

I have 9 other toons, I wonder which ones already knew the Macaw. When I got back to town I mailed it to my first alt. When he opened his mail it said he already knew the [Green Wing Macaw]. Now I had to mail to to my next alt. My 5th toon wound up being the one needing the Macaw. What a pain in the butt. I went to all the major addon sites and started looking for an addon that could show me what Companions my toons knew. After several hours I turned up nothing. While I have never written an addon for WoW or used LUA I have been a programmer for several years so I decided to make my own and after several days PetShop was born. PetShop will track every Companion your toons knows and add lines to the GameTooltip to show you which toons currently have that Companion and which toons are missing it. PetShop currently works with every tooltip I can think of, Mailbox, Backpack, Auction House, Trade Window, Loot Window, Chat Links and the Companion Frame. As of version 3.0.5 I have added the ability to "Ignore" any toon. All you need to do is while you are logged on with the toon you want to ignore just type "/petshop ignore". If the current toon is being show it will now be ignored, if it is currently being ignored it will now be shown. I hope you find it as useful as I intended it to be. I am always open to ideas, suggestions, compliments and complaints. For the most current version or to find out more about PetShop, my Guild (Dragon Slayer of Duskwood) or me (Rakreo of Duskwood) please visit http://www.Rakreo.com

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Uploaded:12-24-2009

TisTheSeason

tistheseason_3.2.5.zip | 32.35 KB

time. That is why I wrote 'TisTheSeason', it will track the cooldowns for every toon on your account and provide a tooltip the time remaining for each toon. It also will show you the amount of time remaining for the toon who will be ready first. TisTheSeason currently works with "Hallow's End", "Winter Veil" and "Love is in the Air" holidays. Only problem is that this version only supports 'English' clients. If anyone want to help with translations I need the localized name of the Harmful buffs 'Tricked or Treated', 'Adored' and 'Mistletoe'. Please send the translations to Support@Rakreo.com. This addon is also my first attempt at a LDB plugin and as such will need something to display its output. I use TitanPanel, but any LDB compatible addon should work.

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Uploaded:12-17-2009

WoW 3.2.0 enUS Culumative Patch Patch

wow3.2.0enuspatch.exe | 1.23 GB

new features for World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King.

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Uploaded:12-17-2009

nUI

nui_5.06.05_release.zip | 1.67 MB

provides detailed targeting information, an integrated HUD, cooldowns and more all in one tightly integrated single-source addon that requires no user configuration. nUI is not a compilation of addons, it is one single mod that provides all of the functionality required to replace the Blizzard default UI. It is small, fast and efficient, easy to install, easy to use and come patch day you only have to worry about updating one mod. * No dependencies * No third party code, libraries or add-ons * 100% Original stand-alone code * Greatly reduced screen clutter * Integrated unit casting bars w/ latency * Advanced targeting info... Pet Target, ToT, ToTT * Detailed HUD including player casts, harmful auras, cooldowns and more * Integrated in-HUD threat meter (see notes) * Integrated in-HUD health race bar (see notes) * Advanced player casting bar with latency and GCD * Click-casting compatible unit, party and raid frames * Click-to-feed hunter pet happiness indicator on unit frames * Integrated battlefield highlighting of raid group numbers, hits and heals * Integrated player talent build/spec browsing in unit frames * Integrated cooldown counters, OOM and OOR indicators * Integrated range to target calculation * Integrated (de)buff displays for all units * Integrated (de)buff countdowns * Integrated mouse wheel minimap zoom-in and zoom-out * Integrated mouse wheel scrolling of chat and combat log * Integrated world coordinates and in-game clock * Integrated user interface reload "/nui rl" * Integrated support for Recount (damage meters) * Integrated support for Titan Panel and FuBar * Integrated support for Omen3 and KLH Threat meters * Integrated support for Clique * Automatic faction watching * Automatic management of MiniMap buttons * Expanded battlefield map * Adaptive buff/debuff display based on target reaction

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Uploaded:11-24-2009

Bank GUI

bankgui.zip | 29.06 KB

get updated only when you open your Bank. Tradeskills get updated everytime you open a tradeskill window (this includes Cooking etcetera). To view the list, goto social (O), then click the "Bank" tab at the bottomright of the social window. In this BankGUI window you can click a single item to get detailed information, or filter the list by selecting a character from the dropdown list and/or type a searchtext to show only those items. You'r characters will get added to the dropdown list once you have logged onto them. Now also supports Guildbank items. When you open the guild bank, items will get added. Click the Guild checkbox to change to Guild item list. Character dropdown will now be Guild dropdown. Item type dropdown (items, tradeskills, everything) will be disabled as there are no tradeskills in Guildbank. Total gold will now be Gold per guild. Now also saves linked Professions upon opening them. Saved information is: Name of the person who linked it, the Profession link and date&time; last received/opened. The date&time; last received/opened also gets updated if you shift-click the profession in the list to get the link in chat and re-open it, so before you do, look at the date&time; so you know when last opened/received.

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Uploaded:11-22-2009

Outfitter

outfitter_4.9b8.zip | 538.6 KB

addon you're running and that makes the post take a huge amount of screen space in the comments section. That, in turn, makes it very difficult for me to find previous questions and bug reports. Crash dumps are great and extremely useful, but please post them into a CurseForge ticket and then refer to that ticket in your comment so I know where to find it. Thanks!

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Uploaded:11-13-2009

HealBot Continued

healbot3226.zip | 3.67 MB

options and configure spells, cures and buffs. Updating Troubles ***** If you get nil errors after updating ***** 1: Completely log off WoW 2: Run the .BAT file in the Healbot addon folder, this clears old saved Healbot settings from your WTF folder. 3: Logon to WoW on your main Healer. 4: As a priority you should open the options and configure spells, cures and buffs. The download contains the following folders * Healbot = This is the main addon * SharedMedia = This is an ace addon coded by another author, it is designed to be used by addons to give lots of textures, fonts and sounds. This addon is recommended. * TitanHealBot = This is a plugin for the Titan bar addon, TitanHealBot is an optional plugin for people who use Titan. ================================================================== Healbot main site: http://healbot.alturl.com/ Please post feedback and bug reports to http://healbot.alturl.com Available on the site: * Interactive FAQ * Forum * Wiki * Polls * Downloads * Videos ================================================================== HealBot allows for 20 key mouse combinations to cast any beneficial spells. HealBot allows for 20 key mouse combinations to cast on disabled bars. HealBot can track and display who has aggro Any usable item can be added to all combos. Any existing macro can be added to all combos. Target, Focus and Assist can be added to all combos HealBot can be used for decursive functions HealBot can be used for monitoring buffs and buffing HealBots appearance can be configured and preferred appearances can be saved as skins. HealBot can show party/tanks/checked targets/extras in a raid, extras can be filtered and sorted. Multiple HealBots in a party/raid sync incoming heals. HealBot will accurately range check at all times for spells and items. HealBot has a built in res monitor and is compatible with CTRA (CTRA not required) HealBot has a SmartCast out of combat option, this will cast a spell in the following order.. 1. res 2. decurse 3. buff 4. heal 5. user setting ================================================================== A graphical guide to Healbot options can be found in the addon's Docs directory. ================================================================== YouTube videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/HealBotContinued ======================================================== Titan Bar users Plugin for HealBot 2.x available here: http://healbot.alturl.com/ Performance related issues. To identify CPU usage of all your addons. 1: Open Options and on the general tab enable "Use CPU Profiler" 2: Go to a BG or similar, allow the profiler to run for at least 10mins. 3: Open Options and click the Info button, it will show CPU/MEM/Comms usage for all addons. Note: Using the CPU Profiler is CPU intensive, you might experience a drop in fps. Be sure to turn it off when done. ======================================================== --- Before reporting bugs --- Make sure you have the latest version and have set the Defaults. Report bugs here: http://healbot.alturl.com/ --- Before asking questions --- 1. Make sure you have read the FAQ's and Quick Guide below. 2. Check the latest FAQs here: http://healbot.alturl.com/ ========================================================== Slash Commands: /hb h - display help /hb o - toggles options /hb d - Reset options to default /hb ui - Reload UI /hb ri - Reset HealBot /hb rc - Reset custom debuffs /hb rs - Reset skins to defaults /hb cb - Clear BlackList /hb t - Toggle Healbot between disabled and enabled /hb disable - Disable Healbot /hb enable - Enable Healbot /hb skin - Switch Skins /hb info - display versions of Healbot in party/raid /hb show - reset the position of the bars to the center ========================================================== --------------------------- Frequently Asked Questions. --------------------------- 1. Can I use HealBot with none healing classes. 2. Can the bars be sorted and only show those most needing heals and allow key/mouse combos to heal. 3. Will a future version of HealBot have a SmartCast feature while in combat. 4. Can I hide the incoming heals estimator. 5. Can I hide all the bars and only show those needing a debuff removed. 6. Can HealBot be sorted by groups, for example have 2 Groups per column. 7. I have a slow PC, are there any options I should set? 8. I can't see when people are out of range, how do I fix this? 9. What is the UI in some screenshots? ------------------------- Answers. ------------------------- 1: Can I use HealBot with none healing classes. * Yes 2: Can the bars be sorted and only show those most needing heals and allow key/mouse combos to heal. * Not possible in WoW 2.x 3: Will a future version of HealBot have a SmartCast feature while in combat. * Not possible in WoW 2.x 4: Can I hide the incoming heals estimator. * Yes. * On the Skins tab, reduce the incoming heals opacity. 5: Can I hide all the bars and only show those needing a debuff removed. * Yes. * On the Healing tab, set the Alert Level to 0. * On the Skins tab, set the Disabled opacity to 0, then click on the bar Disabled and set the Disabled text opacity to 0 (far right slider in colour picker), then same for the Background and Border. 6: Can HealBot be sorted by groups, for example have 2 Groups per column. * From 2.0, yes. * On the Skins tab, switch on Show Headers and then set the Number of Headers(Groups) per column. 7: I have a slow PC, are there any options I should set? * Yes, the following options will have HealBot running lite. * On the General tab: turn off Close Automatically. * On the Healing tab: turn off Targets, set Alert Level to 75% or lower. * On the Healing tab: set Range Check Frequency to 0.4sec or higher. * On the Healing tab: Show extra bars for specific classes your responsible for healing. * On the Buffs tab: turn off also in combat * Turn off the Aggro Monitor * Turn off Fluid Bars 8: I can't see when people are out of range, how do I fix this? * On the skins tab, reduce the disabled bar opacity, to reduce the text opacity click on the bar labeled Disabled. 9. What is the UI in some screenshots? * http://www.spartanui.com/ ========================================================== Quick Guide ========================================================== === Pre defined combos === Ctrl Alt Left: This Enables or Disables (default) the bar, use this if you always want focus on certain targets. Ctrl Alt Middle: This adds the name on the bar to the BlackList, a use for this might be to BlackList imps. Note to clear the blacklist: ResetHB or ReloadUI or type /hb cb Ctrl Alt Right: Adds/Removes the target to your targets list. === General tab === Disable HealBot: Disabled all events and hides the bars Show Minimap Button: Show button on minimap, hold right mouse button to move Lock position: Locks the frame Anchor: Set the anchor point, Healbot will then grow away from the anchor Close automatically: Closes the frame when no one needs a buff added/debuff removed/heal and only when out of combat Play sound on open: Plays a sound when the frame is opened. Hide options button: Hides the options button on the frame. Right click on panel opens options: Right click on edges will open the options. Hide Party Frames: Hide the standard party frames - Including Player optional Monitor Aggro: Track everyone with aggro allowing you to be a proactive healer, bar will enable for all in range with aggro Use Fluid Bars: Update the bars in a fluid motion - Only use this option if the update is fast and smooth. Chat Options: send a message when casting. === Spells tab === Set spells for: select Enabled bars at all times (which includes at all times in combat) or Disabled bars when out of combat. Button: select the button for binding a spell to that button. Click/Shift/Ctrl/Alt: Enter the spell in here to bind. Note: any item can also be entered, also Target/Assist/Focus can be entered. Use Enabled Settings when Target in Combat: If your out of combat and the target is in combat, the enabled (combat) setting is used Always use Enabled Settings: Always use Enabled (Combat) Settings Avoid accidental PVP flagging: Keep bars disabled if the target is PVP flagged and your not SmartCast: Use this to automatically select a spell when out of combat, this binds to the left click. The types of spells can also be enabled/disabled, for example Druids might want to turn off res. === Healing tab === Self: Show a bar for yourself Group: Show bars for your group. Tanks: Show bars for the tanks Target: Show bars for members you target, note up to 10 raid members can be checked. Extra: Show bars for any raid members not selected from the above, extras can be filtered on this tab. Pets: Show bars for any pets in your party/raid Alter level: Highlight the bars and text when a members health drops below this level. Range Check Frequency: How often range checking is performed on enabled bars - if Monitor Aggro is enabled, this will alternate with a Range Check at this frequency. Sorting and Filtering: this is for extra bars. Configure classes for: Set classes for class types Melee/Ranged/Healers/Custom. Note these types can be used with filtering extra bars, monitoring debuffs and buffs. === Cure tab === Monitor to remove debuffs and in combat: set these options to monitor. Spell to debuff: set the spell you would use, ie. Remove Curse would monitor for Curse. Note. these are the spells SmartCast will use, to use a spell in combat you must set it on the spells tab, by default Alt Left and Alt Right will have a spell set. Ignore Debuff: Options to ignore specific debuffs, see below. Health bar colours: Change the members bar to this colour when affected by a debuff. The colour can be changed by clicking on the bar. Debuff Warnings: options for giving warnings when a members has been affected by a debuff. Ignore Debuffs options: - Irrelevant by class: Debuffs should as mana effect on warriors/rogues. - Non harmful effect: Debuffs which do no harm, such as Hunter's mark. - Short duration: Debuffs which only last for a few seconds. - Slow movement effect: Debuffs which only effect movement speed. === Skins tab === Lots of options here, best to simply play around with them. Things to note are: If you find an appearance you like, give it a name and save the skin. Set the number of columns to 0, this sorts bars by headers. Everything on this tab does something, click on the bars for colour options. === Tips tab === Show Tooltips: shows a tooltip with usable spell/item Show target information: shows information about the target, name/class/health and if needing a buff or affected by a debuff. Show detailed spell information: show details for spells including bonuses. Show instant cast recommendation: shows if the target would benefit from spells such as shield and HoT's Position tooltip: set where the tooltip is displayed Bar Information options: show information on the bar such as class/health as a delta or %/set text to class colour. Show HoT icons: Allows you to track your own Hots === Buff tab === Monitor for buffs and in combat: set to monitor for buffs, recommend not setting in combat. Spell to buff: set the spell to monitor for, note in cases like MotW and GotW only MotW is an option but both buffs are treated the same. note SmartCast will use the buff set, if for example a Paladin wanted to use a greater blessing then set it on the spells tab. Check Members: set to monitor members in your group or the raid (includes group) or a certain class or just yourself. Bar Colours: click on the bar to set the colour you want when members of your party/raid are in need of a buff, their bar colour will change to the setting on the buff tab. === Defaults === Click this to set defaults, note any extra saved skins will be lost. ========================================================== Macro Examples ========================================================== Available in the readme.html file.

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Arena DB

arenadb15.zip | 93.12 KB

in your web site. See Readme.txt for detail please.

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Armory

armoryv7.4.3.zip | 577.58 KB

characters, including professions with recipes * PVP information, including arena teams * Searchable inventory, including bags, bank, mailbox and auctioned items * Quest logs and spell books of all your characters * Searchable achievements and statistics * Share quests, recipes and character information with other Armory users * Searchable Guild Bank that updates itself automatically

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QuestHelper

questhelper126.zip | 5.1 MB

Perfect Satyr Horn you can't find. It also computes the fastest path to complete all your quests - and gain experience - as quickly as possible. QuestHelper currently survives on donations! Anything you can contribute is appreciated. QuestHelper makes your $15/month World of Warcraft subscription more enjoyable, and only a few dollars a month ensures that I'll keep it running forever :) [url=http://www.quest-helper.com/donate][img]https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/btn_donate_LG.gif[/img][/url] Project Status Posting semi-frequent versions at the moment. Most versions include an updated database, a few bugfixes, and yet more work on the next-gen data collection system. Progress is invisible, but constant. This version should work with Wrath. Note that not all Wrath quests may be in the database - this stuff is collected by you guys, and I rely on you submitting your collected data. ("/qh submit" for submission instructions, and thanks!) READ THIS BEFORE POSTING AND ASKING FOR HELP If you're confused by how to make it work, use the Curse Client. Apparently that works sometimes. I can't guarantee it, but they claim it will work. If it doesn't work, ask a friend of yours. There's enough spam on the comments here that I've kind of given up replying for a while. If it's a common issue, it's listed here. Crashing on login (generally in Dalaran): This is mostly fixed in 0.77. A true 100% fix will require some changes on Blizzard's end that I'm now campaigning for ;) Make sure you're using 0.77 or above. "Out Of Date" or "refusing to run out of fear of corrupting your saved data" or QuestHelper just plain not running: the addon directory seems to have been moved for people on Vista. Apparently it's in "C:UsersPublicGamesWorld of Warcraft". If you update plugins in the old directory, it just plain won't notice! At all! And you'll get one of the above errors. Update it in the new location. It doesn't show me any objectives on the map: Type "/qh hidden" and see why they're hidden. It reduces my framerate too much/uses too much CPU: I found and fixed a bug in /qh perf that was causing it to reduce CPU usage too much. To compensate, I reduced the /qh perf minimum to 1%. If you've adjusted /qh perf in the past, you may have to adjust it further down. Questhelper reduces your framerate significantly while it's loading - this is currently by design, as it loads faster. If you'd prefer a longer load time with lower CPU use, let me know in the comments (I'm not yet sure whether it's worth implementing a user preference for this.) Pretty much any issue with it not running: /qh hardreset. Try it! FAQ It doesn't work. What can I do? Three things. First, if there's a major issue with QuestHelper, you can type "/qh error" and it will show you the first error it ran into. If you post that in the comments here, one of the people who helps regularly may be able to solve your problem. If it just doesn't work, "/qh hardreset" will reset all your accumulated data and preferences, hopefully getting rid of weird problems. If you still can't see the quest tracker, "/qh treset" will try to force it into a visible position on your screen. If you're not seeing quests at all, even on your main map, "/qh hidden" will tell you why and let you change it. The combination of these three fixes ''most'' problems. If none of those help, disable your other plugins as a test to find incompatibilities. My framerate is low. What can I do? If you have any addons that enabled CPU profiling, turn it off, it greatly increases the amount of work WoW has to do. The command to do that is: /console set scriptProfile 0 /console reloadui If that doesn't make a difference for you, there's a slash command, /qh perf, that can scale the amount of work QuestHelper does per frame. Example: /qh perf 50% QuestHelper uses a lot of memory. What can I do to fix this? QuestHelper instrinsically uses a chunk of RAM. You can currently expect about 25m of usage. I'll reduce this when I can, but then I'll also probably increase it again as I add more data. There's really not anything you can do about this. Why aren't my quests showing up? /qh hidden will list everything that isn't being shown, along with the reason for it being hidden. If I send you my data, should I delete my copy? You'll save hard drive space, but lose any preferences you had saved. Your call. I'm fine either way. How can I get rid of that arrow over my character's head? Either /qh cartwp or /qh tomtom will hide the arrow. If you'd rather move it instead, you can drag it around by left clicking. . . unless it's been locked, in which case right click on it and unlock it first. How do get that 3D arrow pointing where to go? That arrow is part of Cartographer Waypoints. It should appear automatically as long as Cartographer is installed and running, and you haven't turned off that feature. If not, try /qh cartwp. If you have TomTom installed, you can have TomTom display your waypoint arrow instead. Again, it should just work, unless you've disabled it. /qh tomtom will toggle it. The Icons on my map are huge! How can anyone see anything? If you find the icons are too big for you, you may enter /qh scale X%, replacing X with some reasonable scale. I'd start with 80%, depending on how that looks you can try bigger or smaller numbers. Author(s) ZorbaTHut is the new maintainer of this project, and hopes that he will bludgeon it into shape and continue maintenance well through Wrath. In other words, any bugs after 0.49 are his fault. Smariot is the original developer of the package. Nesher and Vipersniper both made improvements while Smariot was still maintaining it, and are worthy of praise. How to avoid getting your account stolen. Simple explanation: Don't run any programs attached to UI mods. Just decompress them into your addons directory. The major site installers, like the Curse.com installer, are probably safe. Be suspicious of everyone and don't give out your password. There's a [url=http://wow.curseforge.com/projects/quest-helper/pages/how-to-avoid-getting-your-account-stolen/]much longer and more detailed explanation here[/url], which I recommend everyone read at least once. Despite persistent rumors, Questhelper does not contain anything that can steal your password. Such a thing isn't even possible. Usage For the most part, you just install it and leave it alone. It should hopefully be smart enough to do The Right Thing?, and not require you to meddle with it. The task QuestHelper thinks you should do first is displayed on your minimap, which you can mouse over for a description. If the task isn't in your current zone, then it will point towards where QuestHelper thinks you should go to get there, such as a flight master or the zone border. World Map All the tasks QuestHelper wants you to do are displayed on the World Map. There are 'marching ants' connecting the objectives, showing you the order QuestHelper thinks you should complete them in. You can right click on an objective to get a list of options for it. There is also a QuestHelper button in the upper right corner of the World Map. You can click it to hide QuestHelper temporarily, or right-click it for a menu of general options. Menus Using the menus should, hopefully, be obvious. The only catch might be that they don't automatically disappear if you click on something else. You can right click anywhere on a menu to hide it, or select the Close Menu command from the end of the menu. Priorities There are 5 different priority levels an objective can have: ''Highest, High, Normal, Low,'' and ''Lowest''. Most objectives default to ''Normal''. Objectives for timed quests default to ''High''. User created objectives default to ''Highest''. QuestHelper will try to arrange the objectives so that higher priority objectives get done first. The only time this won't happen is when an objective with a higher priority depends on an objective with a lower priority, in which case QuestHelper will pretend it had the higher priority. You will notice a green arrow in the priority menu when QuestHelper isn't using the priority you assigned. You can use priorities as hints to get the objectives in an order you'd prefer, without the need to micro-manage the route list. Filters There are 4 filters you can use to automatically ignore quest objectives, which you can turn on and off using the slash command /qh filter. The first filter is ''level'', which by default is on. It will cause QuestHelper to ignore any objectives that your current party probably isn't high enough to complete. You can adjust the level offset used by this filter with the command /qh level ''offset''. The next filter is ''zone'', which by default is off. It will cause QuestHelper to ignore any objectives that aren't in your current zone. Note that this filter might not do The Right Thing? for objectives that can be completed in multiple zones. The third filter is ''done'', which by default is off. It will hide objectives for any quests that aren't complete. You can use this if you don't want to quest and just want to turn the quests you do have in. The fourth filter is ''blocked'', which hides blocked objectives, i.e. ones that can't be done yet, such as quest turn-ins for incomplete quests. This is probably most useful if you prefer to hide the "ant trails", as the route it will compute will be somewhat of a lie. The fifth filter is ''watched'', which hides objectives that you are not currently tracking via WoW's built-in quest tracker. This gives you a lot of control over which quests QH shows, but also limits you to five quests tracked at once and can easily cause problems with route quality. You can force QuestHelper to show an objective that otherwise would have been filtered by typing /qh hidden and selecting ''Show'' from its entry in the menu. Sharing Sharing allows you to share your objectives with other party members, allowing you to combine your routes and work together effectively. Note that sharing only tells your peers what objectives you have, your completion progress for them, and the priorities you have assigned to them. Information such as item drops and monster locations are not shared. Each peer will take this information and calculate their own route from it. Assuming you stay together and work cooperatively, which was the whole idea behind this feature, your routes should end up being almost completely identical, and you can follow it and rest assured that nobody is getting left behide. Objectives shared by multiple users won't be removed until everybody has completed it. User objectives, by default, aren't shared. If there is somebody available to share with, an option will appear in the right-click menu for that objective to allow you to share it manually. Objective priorities are shared globally. If one user changes the priority of an objective, that change will be reflected in all peers. This, again, was done to ensure that everybody's routes end up being roughly identical, and so that peers would have the correct priorities for timed quests. And it's also a nice feature. Assuming the people you're partied with aren't ass hats. If they are, you're on your own. Slash Commands (May be somewhat out of date.) * /qh help Lists all the QuestHelper slash commands. ** /qh help ''command'' Tells you about a specific command. * /qh settings Opens the Settings menu at the current cursor location. Note that not all settings can be changed through the menu. * /qh track disables/enables QuestHelper's Quest Tracker, which provides status on your nearest objectives, in place of the default Tracker. * /qh hidden Displays a list of all the hidden objectives, why they are hidden, and depending on the reason, will allow you to unhide them. * /qh ftime Toggles the display of the flight time estimates. * /qh locale ''locale'' Sets the locale to use for displayed text., or lists possible locales if no argument is given. Defaults to your client's locale the first time you run QuestHelper. The only locale that is complete right now is '''enUS'''. Missing translations will be marked with red text. * /qh share Toggles objective sharing on and off. When on, will share quest objectives and progress with other party members that are using QuestHelper 0.17 or higher, and also have sharing enabled. * /qh solo Will disable quest sharing and ignore anyone you might be partied with, basically assume you will receive no aid from your party members. * /qh comm Toggles the display of the data sent between peers. I use this for debugging, but some people just love to stare at streams of meaningless data. It's really quite hypnotic. . . * /qh hide Hides QuestHelper's minimap arrow and World Map icons and paths, and suspends the calculation of routes. * /qh cartwp Toggles using Cartographer Waypoints to display your current objective. * /qh tomtom Toggles using TomTom to display waypoints for your current objective. * /qh button Toggles the QuestHelper button on the World Map frame. * /qh level ''offset'' Sets the level offset used by the level filter. Can be positive or negative. Invoke with no arguments to see the current offset and your effective level at various party sizes. ** /qh level 0 Only show quests at or below your own level. ** /qh level 2 Show quests up to two levels above your own level. This is the default. * /qh nag Prints counts of all the new or updated quests, objectives, etc, that you have found that aren't in the supplied database. Note: To reduce memory usage, QuestHelper deletes static quest data that doesn't belong to your faction. So, if you play both sides, it will always think the quests you did for the opposite faction are new. ** /qh nag verbose Displays the specific differences between your data and the static data. * /qh find ''category'' ''query'' Allows you to create custom objectives by searching for known items, NPCs, and locations. The queries allow fuzzy string matching, and so should happly accept typos and partial matches. Note that if you attempt to create an objective twice, it will instead hide it. ** /qh find item ''item-name'' Search for items. ** /qh find npc ''npc-name'' Search for NPCs or monsters. ** /qh find loc ''zone-name'' ''x'' ''y'' Search for a location in a zone. You may also use a comma, should you feel the need to. ** /qh find loc ''x'' ''y'' Search for a location in your current zone. ** /qh find ''search-string'' Searches in all categories. ** /qh find Invoking the find command without any arguments will instead display all your current user created objectives, allowing you to easily turn them off. * /qh filter ''filter-name'' Toggles objective filters on or off. ** /qh filter level Shows or hides objective that you probably can't do. Note that this considers the the levels of everyone in your party, not just you. If you're partied with somebody higher than you, it might not hide a quest that it otherwise would have. ** /qh filter zone Shows or hides objective that aren't in your current zone. ** /qh filter done Shows or hides quests that aren't complete. ** /qh filter blocked Shows or hides objectives that are blocked, i.e. require something else to be done first, such as turn-ins for incomplete quests. * /qh scale ''value'' Scales the map icons by this amount of their default size. Will accept a number or a percentage, in the range of 50-300%. * /qh perf ''value'' Scales the CPU workload for QuestHelper's route calculation routine. Will accept a numbere or a percentage, in the range 10-500% (although we don't recommend going above 100%). * /qh recalc Recreates the world graph and location and distance information for the active objectives. You probably don't need to worry about this. * /qh purge Deletes all your collected data. I'd prefer if you avoided using this any time other than immediately after sharing your collected data. Requires that you to enter a randomly generated 8 character case sensitive alphanumeric password, to hopefully ensure that people read the message that gets displayed. * /questhelper Alias for /qh. * /find, /qhfind, Alias for /qh find. * /qh find monster Alias for /qh find npc. * /qh find location Alias for /qh find loc. How You Can Help Data I need data. If you want to share your saved data with me, that'd be great. The file I need is stored in the following location, assuming you're using Windows and didn't change the installation path: C:Program FilesWorld of WarcraftWTFAccountACCOUNT_NAMESavedVariablesQuestHelper.lua Some have reported that for Vista their path is one of: C:UsersUSER_NAMEAppDataLocalVirtualStoreProgram FilesWorld of WarcraftWTFAccountACCOUNT_NAMESavedVariablesQuestHelper.lua C:UsersPublicGamesWorld of WarcraftWTFAccountACCOUNT_NAMESavedVariablesQuestHelper.lua To make things even more difficult, it seems that Windows might try 'help' you by hiding file extensions. This makes 'QuestHelper.lua' appear as 'QuestHelper'. Warcraft makes backups of all these files, so there is a 'QuestHelper.lua.bak' file in there as well, and without its file extension, it appears as 'QuestHelper.lua', but it isn't really and it's not actually the file I want. Be careful not to descend into the realm / character directories, we specifically want the SavedVariables directory. There are QuestHelper.lua files in the other directories as well, but they only store which flight routes your characters know, and aren't actually useful. On a similar note, I also don't want the file named SavedVariables.lua, which contains your UI preferences and is entirely unrelated. You can email it to me at: qhaddon@gmail.com This address is NOT the proper place to direct inquires about the addon.. that should be done in the comments below. NO messages sent to this address are EVER read as it receives more than anyone could hope to read. The only thing that logs into that account is an AUTOMATED script to download all the attachements. Many have asked how often to send in data. My personal preference is basically this: Look at the message QH displays when you first log in. If it says you have updated information on X quests, these are quests that you completed an objective for in a spot that QH had not seen before. Unless you have many, probably not worth your work of e-mailing it. However if QH says you have information on X new quests, you have completed a quest QH didn't know how to do. Please share! Someone out there will have that quest and thank you! Please note that the above has nothing to do with installing this AddOn. You install this AddOn the same way you would install any other AddOn, by unzipping it into the ''Interface/AddOns'' folder. And, of course, a huge thanks to everyone that has sent me their data so far. It's very much appreciated. Translations Translations can be easily edited at [url=http://smariot.hopto.org/translate]http://smariot.hopto.org/translate[/url]. More translations are always appreciated! Development There is a Git mirror for this project's code: git://cams.pavlovian.net/questhelper.git Note that you'll need to copy several files from a released version to make it work, most notably the ChatThrottleLib plugin, the Art directory, and every file starting with "static". These are all dynamically generated and not included in the repository. Future Releases Everything in here is ''planned'' and not ''guaranteed''. Do not yell at me if things get delayed or shuffled. Pushing versions back happens extremely frequently if unexpected new bugs crop up. You may also notice there are no dates listed - that's intentional, if I knew how long it would be I'd have fixed it by now. This is just to give you an idea of what my next major plans are. Right now, most of the work is going on behind the scenes. You won't notice any significant QuestHelper improvements because I'm adding backend code to support eventual major improvements, and to keep the entire thing from melting down. New features are coming, but don't hold your breath. 0.77 : Improve data gathering code so I can fix some of the systematic data issues in Questhelper 0.eventually: Route system rewrite 0.whoknows: Flying mount support (this will take longer than you expect) Tasks Things I'd like to do that may take a long, long time: * Rewrite pathfinding to be aware of mountains and other obstacles. * Track drop rate of quest items, estimate the number of kills you'll need to complete * Better path optimization, prioritizing "easy experience" * Addition of "quest-like goals", including achievements, vendor recipes, unadded flight paths, weapon/skill training, repairs/vendors, reagent/ammo restocking, and so forth * Automatic tracking of followup quests * Better support for flying mounts * Remembering quest priorities after logout * "Too Tough For Me" button, temporarily ignoring a quest until you've leveled

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Raid Voice

raidvoice1.4.6.zip | 15.26 KB

use on your Voice Software in WoW in the Keybindings settings of the game. Or Enable voice activated voicechat in both WoW and addon. ALL PEOPLE IN YOUR PARTY MUST HAVE THIS MOD INSTALLED IN ORDER FOR YOU TO SEE WHICH OF THEM IS SPEAKING.

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Uploaded:09-25-2009

Alice's Anti Duel

alicesantiduel.zip | 902 B

always found there was something about them I didn't like, so I bring you my take on things. If anybody has a suggestion, or if you believe there is anything I can do to improve Alice's Anti Duel, please let me know, and I'll do my best.

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Uploaded:09-14-2009

Mana Watch

manawatchv0.3beta.zip | 3.35 KB

is BETA and not completely finished yet, but core functionality is available.

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Uploaded:09-07-2009

CMS Antispam

cmsantispam000006.zip | 3.4 KB

any more shown - memorize 30 minutes of chat during which you can ignore certain lines - if a line is never reread (and therefore concealed) during month, it will be taken away of the concealed lines, if they come back, you will once again have to conceal them - also work for the addon: ChatMondialServeur - no adjournment for spam is sent in blizzard, these lines are fair steps shown

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Uploaded:09-06-2009

PitBull Unit Frames 3.0

pitbullv3.2.14.zip | 554.47 KB

skills to work creating this great project. It has support for many different kinds of units: player, target, pet, pet's target, target of target, target of target of target, focus, focus' target, party, party pets, party targets, party pet targets, raid, raid pets, raid targets, main tanks, main tank targets, main assists, main assist targets, etc. Note: Almost all texts are configurable using the LibDogTag-3.0 format. See http://old.wowace.com/wiki/LibDogTag-3.0 for details or type '/dog' in-game. Modules: * * Aura - track any buffs or debuffs on the shown units. Also has the ability to highlight based on a curable debuff. * Banzai - highlight units that have threat on them. * BarFader - allow for smooth fading when units gain or lose health/mana. * CastBar - attach a cast bar to the applicable units: covers player, pet, party, target, focus, etc. * CombatIcon - show an icon when the unit is in combat. * CombatFader - fade unit out when out of combat. * CombatText - show realtime damage/healing text on the unit frame. * ComboPoints - for Rogues and Druids, show combo points. * DruidManaBar - for Druids, show a mana bar when in Cat/Bear form. * ExperienceBar - for the player and hunter pets, show an experience bar. * HealthBar - show current health. * HappinessIcon - show an icon on the pet frame to indicate its happiness. * HideBlizzard - hide unneeded Blizzard frames . * Highlight - show a highlight when hovering over a frame or targetting said frame. * LeaderIcon - show the leader of the party. * MasterLooterIcon - show the master looter of the raid. * Portrait - show a 3D, 2D, or class portrait. * PowerBar - show a mana/energy/focus/rage bar. * PvPIcon - show an icon when the unit is in PvP mode. * RaidTargetIcon - how the raid target icon (Skull/Triangle/etc.) * RangeCheck - fade the unit frame slightly when the unit is out of range. * ReadyCheckIcon - show Ready Check icon based on if the unit is ready or not. * ReputationBar - for the player, show a reputation bar. * RestIcon - show an icon if the player is resting. * Spark - Graceful display of energy ticks and the spellcasting five-second-rule. * ThreatBar - show a threat bar on the unit frame. * TotemTimers - shows Totem timers for the PitBull player frame. * VisualHeal - for healers, shows a bar showing the estimated heal amount while casting. * VoiceIcon - show an icon based on whether or not the unit is talking. Note: all modules can be enabled or disabled on-demand. Disabled modules don't take up any extra memory or CPU power.

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Elkano's BuffBars

elkbuffbarsr150.zip | 181.96 KB

for temporary enchants place on it's weapons. Version 2.x is a total recode based on the Ace2 framework which became necessary in order to support some of the longtime wanted and suggested features. It's now possible to show different groups of bars which can be configured in many ways. Each group can be assigned an individual look and filter settings. EBB can be configured via a dropdown menu which is accessable via chat (/ebb config), FuBar plugin or (for the group settings) by right clicking the groups anchor. After setting up a group, its anchor can be hidden by alt-left clicking a bar or the anchor itself in order to lock the group in place. In order to get additional bar textures and fonts for EBB simply install SharedMedia which is available for download under http://wow.curse.com/downloads/wow-addons/details/sharedmedia.aspx If you have bug reports or feature request, create a ticket: http://www.wowace.com/projects/elkbuffbars/create-ticket/ You can also check my thread at the wowace forums: http://forums.wowace.com/showthread.php?t=5290

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Uploaded:09-04-2009

HitsMode

hitsmoder70release.zip | 118.54 KB

customizable text. Features * Separate your combat into up to four windows * Colorize various parts of your combat log * Show or hide unit names, spell names, and sentence structure * Go with normal sentences or just the numbers * Multiple text layout options * Flags, color overlays, spell icons and raid icons let you see what's going on without a lot of text * Powerful filters let you see only what you want to * Personal combat summary counts your DPS, experience gained, and more * Copy your settings from character to character or save multiple presets * Integrated help system to get you started Frequently asked questions Why is this add-on named HitsMode? The name HitsMode comes from the EverQuest /hitsmode command, which also allows you to configure your combat log. Can HitsMode show timestamps, right align text, remove my chat window buttons, allow mouse wheel scrolling, change the font size of the combat log, allow my chat windows to be more resizable, etc? No. HitsMode intentionally does not offer many chat related features. Please use a separate chat add-on like Prat or Chatter. Why isn't the default Blizzard combat log going away? HitsMode will not disable or hide the default Blizzard combat log. You can try hiding it yourself or docking it behind another chat window. HitsMode is writing it's output to the Blizzard combat log window, but things aren't working properly! I don't recommend putting HitsMode output in the Blizzard combat log (window #2). This can lead to unexpected behavior and is unsupported. HitsMode will allow you to do it, however. For all other questions, please see the in-game knowledge base by opening the HitsMode options window and clicking the large ? icon. Getting started * Install HitsMode and login. You should see a message in your chat window that HitsMode loaded. If you don't see this message, the add-on hasn't loaded. Check your add-ons screen to make sure you haven't disabled it (this screen is available at character select). * HitsMode is ready to go out of the box. A new chat window should appear, called "HitsMode 1". This window will at first be hidden behind your General Chat window. Drag it out and put it somewhere else. * If you don't want to see the Blizzard default combat log, hide the Combat Log window or dock it behind General Chat. * To configure HitsMode, type /hitsmode or /hm * For further help, please click the ? icon at the top right of the options window. There are many topics available there to get you started. * If HitsMode doesn't work at all, check the following: o Add-on is installed in your Interface/AddOns folder o Add-on is enabled in WoW o You're using the English client o If you're upgrading from a previous version and something doesn't work, load the default options. This is available from the Presets tab. o If nothing works, you probably have an add-on that's conflicting with HitsMode. Some chat add-ons have been known to cause problems. Try disabling these and see if it helps. Contact me if you find a specific conflict and I'll see what I can do. History * HitsMode was first released in March 2005, about four months after WoW came out. * Allara is the original author of HitsMode, and has played WoW off and on since launch. * Elieehel and Tsurani have updated HitsMode in the past while Allara was gone. * WoW patch 2.4 (in March 2008) was Blizzard's first update to the combat log since launch. The new Blizzard combat log borrows some formatting ideas and even some of it's terminology from HitsMode. HitsMode and the default combat log are now similar in many ways, but HitsMode offers many more configuration possibilities and is suitable for advanced users.

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ScrollingCombatText

sctv6.41.zip | 263.75 KB

happens above your target. This makes it so you do not have to watch (or use) your regular combat chat window and gives it a "Final Fantasy" feel. Why use 5.0 over WoW's new built in Floating Combat Text ? - SCT 5.0 is a complete rewrite of the mod from the ground up. Its is now based in the Ace2 framework and rewitten with more performance in mind. On top of that, it offers features far above and beyond what WoW's FCT can do. FCT is great if you just need a lightweight SCT with limited options, but using SCT's new Lightmode can get you the same performance with almost all of SCT's normal features. What can it do? * Damage messages * Heals (incoming and outgoing) and Overhealing (with healer ID's), with filtering for small heals. * Spell Damage/Resists and Damage Type * All "Miss" events (dodge, block, immune, etc...) * Custom Colors for all text events * Config file to setup custom events (self and target), capture data, and display it. * Debuff/Buff gain and loss Messages * Low Health and Mana Warnings with values, and optional sounds * Rage/Mana/Energy Gains * Enter and Leave Combat Messages * Rogue Combo Points, 5 CP Alert Message * Class Skill alerts (Execute, Overpower, CounterAttack, etc...) * Honor, Reputation, Skill Gain o Eight Animation Types (Verticle, Rainbow, Horizontal, Angled Down, Angled Up, Sprinkler, Curved HUD, Angled HUD) * Four Fonts * Two seperate Animation frames, each with their own settings. Assign any Event to either. * Ability to flag any event as critical or as a text messages * Sliders for text size, opacity, animation speed, movement speed, and on screen placement (with custom editbox) * Lightmode, for when you care most about performance (at the loss of a few features). * Now Based in Ace2. * CTMod, MyAddons, Cosmos, Cosmos2 support * Settings saved per character by default, but supports all Ace2 Profiles * Load/Delete settings from another character. Load built in Profiles. * Localized to work in almost all WoW clients. How do I use it? First unzip it into your interface\addons directory. For more info on installing, please read install.txt. Now just run WoW and once logged in, type /sctmenu to get the options screen. SCT_EVENT_CONFIG.LUA is used to setup custom message events. Please open up the file (notepad, etc...) and read the opening section to understand how to use it all. PLEASE NOTE - THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT FILE IN SCT. IF YOU DON'T READ IT AND USE IT, THEN YOU ARE MISSING OUT ON A TON OF WHAT SCT HAS TO OFFER IN CUSTOMIZATION /sctdisplay is used to create your own custom messages. Useage: /sctdisplay 'message' red(0-10) green(0-10) blue(0-10) Example: /sctdisplay 'Heal Me' 10 0 0 - This will display 'Heal Me' in bright red FAQ How do I get My Crits or My Hits to show? I would suggest you get SCTD: http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/fileinfo.php?id=4913 My custom event doesn't work. What's wrong? - Make sure you have the text exactly right, punctuation and capitalization matters. If you need help learning how to capture data, please see the examples or try this site http://lua-users.org/wiki/PatternsTutorial. If its still not working, please read about SCT_Event_Debug and SCT_Event_List in the bottom half of SCT_EVENT_CONFIG.LUA to learn how to add almost any chat event to SCT's search capabilities How do I change the text for parry, block, etc...? - open up the localiztions.lua file and look for the event you want to change. Then change the text to whatever you like. As of 4.1, you may also now add a custom event for these. As of 5.0 You will get notifications automatically for event specfic skills like Overpower, CounterAttack, etc... How do I get get text to scroll? I only see numbers! - Make sure the "Show Events as Message" option is unchecked. This is only if you want events to appear as static text (not scrolling/animated) I don't understand what the 2 frames are for! - Each frame lets you set different features. So you can set frame one using Sprinker animation and Default font, while frame 2 can be using Veritcle animation and Adventure font. You can then assign each event to a specfic frame using the radio buttons next to the events. There's too many options. Help someone new see how things work! - Try out some of the new built in profiles. While on the options screen, click the "Profiles" button. At the top of the window will be a listing of some default profiles to try out. Maybe you'll fine one you like or it will spark some ideas for you to try. How do I change the fonts? - You can now select from four fonts on the options page. You can also change the font of message and apply the font to the in game damage font used for your damage (requires relog) I don't like friendly nameplates on. How do I make my heals appear over who I heal? - Friendly nameplates have to be on in order to show your heals. SCT will turn them on if you turn on the option, but you must manually turn them off if you don't like it (see Target keybindings). I don't like the new spell icons, how do I turn them off? - There is an option to turn them off under the animation tab. Support Please post all errors and suggestions on http://grayhoof.wowinterface.com/ using the provided forms. Please post all questions and comments on the offical SCT thread.

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Omen Threat Meter

omenv3.0.8.zip | 242.56 KB

group's relative threat level on individual enemies, so that you can see when you're in danger of pulling aggro (or, if you're next on the snack list if your tank bites it). This info is usually only critical in raids, where only tanks can survive aggro, but it's useful for any multi-player situation. Changes from version v3.0.7 to v3.0.8 * Fix GetShapeShiftFormInfo() error that occurs for DKs when they aren't in any presence. This occurs when they respec between their primary/secondary specs and the game drops them out of all presences and subsequently enter combat presence-less. * Add ConfigMode support (see addon OneButtonConfig). * Omen will now update its bars immediately on showing from a hidden state instead of updating on the next threat event. * Includes updates to all localizations via http://www.wowace.com/projects/omen-threat-meter/localization/ FAQ How is Omen3 different from Omen2? Omen3 relies completely on the Blizzard threat API and threat events. It does not attempt to calculate or extrapolate threat unlike Omen2. Omen2 used what we called the Threat-2.0 library. This library was responsible for monitoring the combat log, spellcasting, buffs, debuffs, stances, talents and gear modifiers for calculating each individuals threat. Threat was calculated based on what was known or approximated from observed behaviors. Many abilities such as knockbacks were just assumed (to be a 50% threat reduction) as they were mostly impossible to confirm. The Threat-2.0 library also included addon communication to broadcast your threat to the rest of the raid as long as they were also using Threat-2.0. This data was then used to provide a raid wide display of threat information. Since patch 3.0.2, Omen no longer does any of these things and the need for a threat library is no longer necessary. Omen3 uses Blizzard's new in-built threat monitor to obtain exact values of every members threat. This means Omen3 has no need for synchronisation of data, combat log parsing or guessing, resulting in a significant increase in performance with regards to network traffic, CPU time and memory used. The implementation of boss modules for specific threat events (such as Nightbane wiping threat on landing) are also no longer necessary. Further benefits of this new implementation include the addition of NPC threat on a mob (eg, Human Kalecgos). However, there are some drawbacks; frequency of updates are much slower, threat details cannot be obtained unless somebody in your party/raid are targetting the mob and it is also not possible to obtain threat from a mob you are not in direct combat with. How do I get rid of the 2 vertical gray lines down the middle? Lock your Omen. Locking Omen will prevent it from being moved or resized, as well as prevent the columns from being resized. If you haven't realized it, the 2 vertical gray lines are column resizing handles. How do I make Omen3 look like Omen2? Change both the Background Texture and Border Texture to Blizzard Tooltip, change the Background Color to black (by dragging the luminance bar to the bottom), and the Border Color to blue. Why does no threat data show on a mob when I target it even though it is in combat? The Blizzard threat API does not return threat data on any mob you are not in direct combat with. We suspect this is an effort on Blizzard's part to save network traffic. Is there ANY way around this Blizzard limitation? Not being able to see my pet's threat before I attack has set me back to guessing. There is no way around this limitation short of us doing the guessing for you (which is exactly how Omen2 did it). The goal of Omen3 is to provide accurate threat data, we no longer intend to guess for you and in the process lower your FPS. Have some confidence in your pet/tank, or just wait 2 seconds before attacking and use a low damage spell such as Ice Lance so that you can get initial threat readings. Can we get AoE mode back? Again, this is not really possible without guessing threat values. Blizzard's threat API only allows us to query for threat data on units that somebody in the raid is targeting. This means that if there are 20 mobs and only 6 of them are targeted by the raid, there is no way to obtain accurate threat data on the other 14. This is also extremely complicated to guess particularly for healing and buffing (threat gets divided by the number of mobs you are in combat with) because mobs that are under crowd control effects (sheep, banish, sap, etc) do not have their threat table modified and addons cannot reliably tell how many mobs you are in combat with. Omen2's guess was almost always wrong. The tooltips on unit mouseover shows a threat % that does not match the threat % reported by Omen3. Why? Blizzard's threat percentage is scaled to between 0% and 100%, so that you will always pull aggro at 100%. Omen reports the raw unscaled values which has pulling aggro percentages at 110% while in melee range and 130% otherwise. By universal agreement, the primary target of a mob is called the tank and is defined to be at 100% threat. Does Omen3 sync or parse the combat log? No. Omen3 does not attempt to sync or parse the combat log. Currently there are no intentions to do so. The threat updates are slow... Omen3 updates the threat values you see as often as Blizzard updates the threat values to us. In fact, Blizzard updates them about once per second, which is much faster than what Omen2 used to sync updates. In Omen2, you only transmitted your threat to the rest of the raid once every 3 seconds (or 1.5s if you were a tank).

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Quest Helper

questhelper1.1.14.zip | 7.54 MB

Perfect Satyr Horn you can't find. It also computes the fastest path to complete all your quests - and gain experience - as quickly as possible. Data If you can't afford to donate (It's okay! I still like you) then I also need your data. QuestHelper records monster positions, questgiver locations, item drops, and all manner of fun information that I use to build QuestHelper's database. There's no personally identifiable information involved - I can't get your username, your character name, your friend's names, or anything of that sort. The file I need is stored in the following location, assuming you're using Windows XP and didn't change the installation path: C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\WTF\Account\ACCOUNT_NAME\SavedVariables\QuestHelper.lua Some have reported that for Vista and Windows 7 their path is one of: C:\Users\USER_NAME\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\World of Warcraft\WTF\Account\ACCOUNT_NAME\SavedVariables\QuestHelper.lua C:\Users\Public\Games\World of Warcraft\WTF\Account\ACCOUNT_NAME\SavedVariables\QuestHelper.lua I've heard that on OSX, the path is: /Applications/World of WarCraft/WTF/Account/ACCOUNT_NAME/SavedVariables/QuestHelper.lua To make things even more difficult, it seems that Windows might try to "help" you by hiding file extensions. This makes 'QuestHelper.lua' appear as "QuestHelper". Warcraft makes backups of all these files, so there is a "QuestHelper.lua.bak" file in there as well, and without its file extension, it appears as "QuestHelper.lua", but it isn't really and it's not actually the file I want. Be careful not to descend into the realm / character directories, we specifically want the SavedVariables directory. There are QuestHelper.lua files in the other directories as well, but they only store which flight routes your characters know, and aren't actually useful. On a similar note, I also don't want the file named SavedVariables.lua, which contains your UI preferences and is entirely unrelated, or the file named QuestHelper.toc, which is a small part of the QuestHelper code and not anything I need. When in doubt, look at the file size - if it's less than 100k, it's probably the wrong file. You can email it to me at: qhaddon@gmail.com This address is NOT the proper place to direct inquires about the addon. that should be done in the comments below. NO messages sent to this address are EVER read as it receives more than anyone could hope to read. The only thing that logs into that account is an AUTOMATED script to download all the attachments. Every once in a while I happen to glance at a few messages when deleting attachments, and there are consistently month-old pleas for help. These get deleted and not responded to. Do not email questions to this address. Seriously, stop doing it, I don't know why people keep emailing me here. Many have asked how often to send in data. My personal preference is basically this: Send stuff in every month or so, or when you remember. Thanks! Please note that the above has nothing to do with installing this AddOn. You install this AddOn the same way you would install any other AddOn, by unzipping it into the "Interface/AddOns" folder. And, of course, a huge thanks to everyone that has sent me their data so far. It's very much appreciated. READ THIS BEFORE POSTING AND ASKING FOR HELP If you're confused by how to make it work, use the Curse Client. The Curse Client pretty much just works now. It is your friend. If you want to install manually, more power to ya, but if you just want to make it work, consider the client. Seriously. I really mean this. It doesn't show me any objectives on the map: Type "/qh hidden" and see why they're hidden. It reduces my framerate too much/uses too much CPU: You could try reducing "/qh perf" (for example, "/qh perf 50%".) Some parts of what Questhelper does just intrinsically use a lot of CPU. There ain't no such thing as a free lunch. This problem should be largely fixed in the current version. It uses too much RAM: You could try "/qh purge" (please submit your data first!) but, fundamentally, the things Questhelper does also use a lot of RAM. There is not much I can do about this. Pretty much any issue with it not running: "/qh hardreset" should reset it to "factory install conditions". Try it! FAQ How can I help? Donations pay my rent and buy me food. I'm very attached to rent and food, I find them good things to have. Even a few bucks will help more than you'd expect - look at the top of this page for more information. You could also submit your collected data to me, which is free and helps Questhelper's database. Check out the top of the page for that as well. It doesn't work. What can I do? Three things. First, if there's a major issue with QuestHelper, you can type "/qh error" and it will show you the first error it ran into. If you post that in the comments here, one of the people who helps regularly may be able to solve your problem. Please post the entire error, not just parts of it. We really, really want the see the whole thing, even if it's long. If it just doesn't work, "/qh hardreset" will reset all your accumulated data and preferences, hopefully getting rid of weird problems. If you still can't see the quest tracker, "/qh treset" will try to force it into a visible position on your screen, with "/qh treset center" jamming it uncomfortably into the center of your screen. It can be moved from there by dragging the small gray box at the top-right of it. If you're not seeing quests at all, even on your main map, "/qh hidden" will tell you why and let you change it. The combination of these three fixes most problems. If none of those help, disable your other plugins as a test to find incompatibilities. My framerate is low. What can I do? If you have any addons that enabled CPU profiling, turn it off, it greatly increases the amount of work WoW has to do. The command to do that is: /console set scriptProfile 0 /console reloadui If that doesn't make a difference for you, there's a slash command, /qh perf, that can scale the amount of work QuestHelper does per frame. Example: /qh perf 50% QuestHelper uses a lot of memory. What can I do to fix this? QuestHelper intrinsically uses a chunk of RAM. You can currently expect about 15m of usage. There's really not anything anyone can do about this, but that small amount of RAM usage also shouldn't be much of an issue. Why aren't my quests showing up? /qh hidden will list everything that isn't being shown, along with the reason for it being hidden. If I send you my data, should I delete my copy? You'll save hard drive space and RAM, but lose any preferences you had saved. I don't recommend it, but if you want to, it's fine. You can type "/qh purge" ingame to get roughly the same effect without losing your preferences. How can I get rid of that arrow over my character's head? First, try right-clicking it and looking for a "hide" option. Second, try /qh arrow, /qh cartwp, or /qh tomtom, depending on which arrow it is. Try them all - at worst, you'll end up with extra arrows. The same command will disable it again. If you'd rather move it instead, you can drag it around by left clicking . . . unless it's been locked, in which case right click on it and unlock it first. How do get that 3D arrow pointing where to go? /qh arrow. If you'd prefer integration with Cartographer Waypoints or Tomtom, try /qh cartwp or /qh tomtom respectively. I don't really officially support these options, but they seem to work. The Icons on my map are huge! How can anyone see anything? If you find the icons are too big for you, you may enter /qh scale X%, replacing X with some reasonable scale. I'd start with 80%, depending on how that looks you can try bigger or smaller numbers. Author(s) ZorbaTHut is the current maintainer of this project. Any bugs are probably either his fault or Blizzard's. Smariot is the original developer of the package. Nesher and Vipersniper both made improvements while Smariot was still maintaining it, and are worthy of praise. Lonadar and Divinewind420 haven't actually written any code, but they've been helping out with customer support for many months now, and their assistance has been invaluable. <3 How to avoid getting your account stolen. Simple explanation: Don't run any programs attached to UI mods. Just decompress them into your addons directory. The major site installers, like the Curse.com installer, are probably safe. Be suspicious of everyone and don't give out your password. Despite persistent rumors, Questhelper does not contain anything that can steal your password. Such a thing isn't even possible. Usage For the most part, you just install it and leave it alone. It should hopefully be smart enough to do The Right Thing, and not require you to meddle with it. The task QuestHelper thinks you should do first is displayed on your minimap, which you can mouse over for a description. If the task isn't in your current zone, then it will point towards where QuestHelper thinks you should go to get there, such as a flight master or the zone border. World Map All the tasks QuestHelper wants you to do are displayed on the World Map. There are 'marching ants' connecting the objectives, showing you the order QuestHelper thinks you should complete them in. You can right click on an objective to get a list of options for it. Menus Using the menus should, hopefully, be obvious. The only catch might be that they don't automatically disappear if you click on something else. You can right click anywhere on a menu to hide it, or select the Close Menu command from the end of the menu.

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HealBot Continued

healbot3206.zip | 2.56 MB

options and configure spells, cures and buffs. Updating Troubles ***** If you get nil errors after updating ***** 1: Completely log off WoW 2: Run the .BAT file in the Healbot addon folder, this clears old saved Healbot settings from your WTF folder. 3: Logon to WoW on your main Healer. 4: As a priority you should open the options and configure spells, cures and buffs. The download contains the following folders * Healbot = This is the main addon * SharedMedia = This is an ace addon coded by another author, it is designed to be used by addons to give lots of textures, fonts and sounds. This addon is recommended. * TitanHealBot = This is a plugin for the Titan bar addon, TitanHealBot is an optional plugin for people who use Titan. ================================================================== Healbot main site: http://healbot.alturl.com/ Please post feedback and bug reports to http://healbot.alturl.com Available on the site: * Interactive FAQ * Forum * Wiki * Polls * Downloads * Videos ================================================================== HealBot allows for 20 key mouse combinations to cast any beneficial spells. HealBot allows for 20 key mouse combinations to cast on disabled bars. HealBot can track and display who has aggro Any usable item can be added to all combos. Any existing macro can be added to all combos. Target, Focus and Assist can be added to all combos HealBot can be used for decursive functions HealBot can be used for monitoring buffs and buffing HealBots appearance can be configured and preferred appearances can be saved as skins. HealBot can show party/tanks/checked targets/extras in a raid, extras can be filtered and sorted. Multiple HealBots in a party/raid sync incoming heals. HealBot will accurately range check at all times for spells and items. HealBot has a built in res monitor and is compatible with CTRA (CTRA not required) HealBot has a SmartCast out of combat option, this will cast a spell in the following order.. 1. res 2. decurse 3. buff 4. heal 5. user setting ================================================================== A graphical guide to Healbot options can be found in the addon's Docs directory. ================================================================== YouTube videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/HealBotContinued ======================================================== Titan Bar users Plugin for HealBot 2.x available here: http://healbot.alturl.com/ Performance related issues. To identify CPU usage of all your addons. 1: Open Options and on the general tab enable "Use CPU Profiler" 2: Go to a BG or similar, allow the profiler to run for at least 10mins. 3: Open Options and click the Info button, it will show CPU/MEM/Comms usage for all addons. Note: Using the CPU Profiler is CPU intensive, you might experience a drop in fps. Be sure to turn it off when done. ======================================================== --- Before reporting bugs --- Make sure you have the latest version and have set the Defaults. Report bugs here: http://healbot.alturl.com/ --- Before asking questions --- 1. Make sure you have read the FAQ's and Quick Guide below. 2. Check the latest FAQs here: http://healbot.alturl.com/ ========================================================== Slash Commands: /hb o - open options panel /hb x - initiate spells and equipment bonuses /hb ri - reset bars displayed /hb info - display versions of Healbot in party/raid /hb ui - reload ui /hb defaults - Reset default options /hb show - reset the position of the bars to default /hb cb - Clears the BlackList ========================================================== --------------------------- Frequently Asked Questions. --------------------------- 1. Can I use HealBot with none healing classes. 2. Can the bars be sorted and only show those most needing heals and allow key/mouse combos to heal. 3. Will a future version of HealBot have a SmartCast feature while in combat. 4. Can I hide the incoming heals estimator. 5. Can I hide all the bars and only show those needing a debuff removed. 6. Can HealBot be sorted by groups, for example have 2 Groups per column. 7. I have a slow PC, are there any options I should set? 8. I can't see when people are out of range, how do I fix this? 9. What is the UI in some screenshots? ------------------------- Answers. ------------------------- 1: Can I use HealBot with none healing classes. * Yes 2: Can the bars be sorted and only show those most needing heals and allow key/mouse combos to heal. * Not possible in WoW 2.x 3: Will a future version of HealBot have a SmartCast feature while in combat. * Not possible in WoW 2.x 4: Can I hide the incoming heals estimator. * Yes. * On the Skins tab, reduce the incoming heals opacity. 5: Can I hide all the bars and only show those needing a debuff removed. * Yes. * On the Healing tab, set the Alert Level to 0. * On the Skins tab, set the Disabled opacity to 0, then click on the bar Disabled and set the Disabled text opacity to 0 (far right slider in colour picker), then same for the Background and Border. 6: Can HealBot be sorted by groups, for example have 2 Groups per column. * From 2.0, yes. * On the Skins tab, switch on Show Headers and then set the Number of Headers(Groups) per column. 7: I have a slow PC, are there any options I should set? * Yes, the following options will have HealBot running lite. * On the General tab: turn off Close Automatically. * On the Healing tab: turn off Targets, set Alert Level to 75% or lower. * On the Healing tab: set Range Check Frequency to 0.4sec or higher. * On the Healing tab: Show extra bars for specific classes your responsible for healing. * On the Buffs tab: turn off also in combat * Turn off the Aggro Monitor * Turn off Fluid Bars 8: I can't see when people are out of range, how do I fix this? * On the skins tab, reduce the disabled bar opacity, to reduce the text opacity click on the bar labeled Disabled. 9. What is the UI in some screenshots? * http://www.spartanui.com/ ========================================================== Quick Guide ========================================================== === Pre defined combos === Ctrl Alt Left: This Enables or Disables (default) the bar, use this if you always want focus on certain targets. Ctrl Alt Middle: This adds the name on the bar to the BlackList, a use for this might be to BlackList imps. Note to clear the blacklist: ResetHB or ReloadUI or type /hb cb Ctrl Alt Right: Adds/Removes the target to your targets list. === General tab === Disable HealBot: Disabled all events and hides the bars Show Minimap Button: Show button on minimap, hold right mouse button to move Lock position: Locks the frame Anchor: Set the anchor point, Healbot will then grow away from the anchor Close automatically: Closes the frame when no one needs a buff added/debuff removed/heal and only when out of combat Play sound on open: Plays a sound when the frame is opened. Hide options button: Hides the options button on the frame. Right click on panel opens options: Right click on edges will open the options. Hide Party Frames: Hide the standard party frames - Including Player optional Monitor Aggro: Track everyone with aggro allowing you to be a proactive healer, bar will enable for all in range with aggro Use Fluid Bars: Update the bars in a fluid motion - Only use this option if the update is fast and smooth. Chat Options: send a message when casting. === Spells tab === Set spells for: select Enabled bars at all times (which includes at all times in combat) or Disabled bars when out of combat. Button: select the button for binding a spell to that button. Click/Shift/Ctrl/Alt: Enter the spell in here to bind. Note: any item can also be entered, also Target/Assist/Focus can be entered. Use Enabled Settings when Target in Combat: If your out of combat and the target is in combat, the enabled (combat) setting is used Always use Enabled Settings: Always use Enabled (Combat) Settings Avoid accidental PVP flagging: Keep bars disabled if the target is PVP flagged and your not SmartCast: Use this to automatically select a spell when out of combat, this binds to the left click. The types of spells can also be enabled/disabled, for example Druids might want to turn off res. === Healing tab === Self: Show a bar for yourself Group: Show bars for your group. Tanks: Show bars for the tanks Target: Show bars for members you target, note up to 10 raid members can be checked. Extra: Show bars for any raid members not selected from the above, extras can be filtered on this tab. Pets: Show bars for any pets in your party/raid Alter level: Highlight the bars and text when a members health drops below this level. Range Check Frequency: How often range checking is performed on enabled bars - if Monitor Aggro is enabled, this will alternate with a Range Check at this frequency. Sorting and Filtering: this is for extra bars. Configure classes for: Set classes for class types Melee/Ranged/Healers/Custom. Note these types can be used with filtering extra bars, monitoring debuffs and buffs. === Cure tab === Monitor to remove debuffs and in combat: set these options to monitor. Spell to debuff: set the spell you would use, ie. Remove Curse would monitor for Curse. Note. these are the spells SmartCast will use, to use a spell in combat you must set it on the spells tab, by default Alt Left and Alt Right will have a spell set. Ignore Debuff: Options to ignore specific debuffs, see below. Health bar colours: Change the members bar to this colour when affected by a debuff. The colour can be changed by clicking on the bar. Debuff Warnings: options for giving warnings when a members has been affected by a debuff. Ignore Debuffs options: - Irrelevant by class: Debuffs should as mana effect on warriors/rogues. - Non harmful effect: Debuffs which do no harm, such as Hunter's mark. - Short duration: Debuffs which only last for a few seconds. - Slow movement effect: Debuffs which only effect movement speed. === Skins tab === Lots of options here, best to simply play around with them. Things to note are: If you find an appearance you like, give it a name and save the skin. Set the number of columns to 0, this sorts bars by headers. Everything on this tab does something, click on the bars for colour options. === Tips tab === Show Tooltips: shows a tooltip with usable spell/item Show target information: shows information about the target, name/class/health and if needing a buff or affected by a debuff. Show detailed spell information: show details for spells including bonuses. Show instant cast recommendation: shows if the target would benefit from spells such as shield and HoT's Position tooltip: set where the tooltip is displayed Bar Information options: show information on the bar such as class/health as a delta or %/set text to class colour. Show HoT icons: Allows you to track your own Hots === Buff tab === Monitor for buffs and in combat: set to monitor for buffs, recommend not setting in combat. Spell to buff: set the spell to monitor for, note in cases like MotW and GotW only MotW is an option but both buffs are treated the same. note SmartCast will use the buff set, if for example a Paladin wanted to use a greater blessing then set it on the spells tab. Check Members: set to monitor members in your group or the raid (includes group) or a certain class or just yourself. Bar Colours: click on the bar to set the colour you want when members of your party/raid are in need of a buff, their bar colour will change to the setting on the buff tab. === Defaults === Click this to set defaults, note any extra saved skins will be lost. ========================================================== Macro Examples ========================================================== Available in the readme.html file.

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Uploaded:09-03-2009

Atlas Loot Enchanced

atlaslootenhancedv50706.zip | 1.71 MB

It can access full item tooltips, show drop rates, allow items to be chat linked and to use the dressing room. ==Integration in other mods== Atlasloot can be used as a stand-alone browser without a host mod or integrated in any map mod (works at the moment with Atlas and AlphaMap.) ==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) ==Latest Beta== We do not officially release beta versions for Atlasloot. But you can update the mod daily through the WoW Ace SVN. Please note that we can not guarantee a bug-free and fully functional mod if you update from Ace. ==Configuration Menu== Accessed by right-clicking the AtlasLoot minimap button or from the 'Options' button available on any AtlasLoot interface. * Show Minimap Button: Adds the Atlasloot icon to the Minimap. * Hide Atlasloot Panel: Removes the Atlasloot Panel from the main Atlas window. * Safe Chat Links: Can only link items without the (Item Unavailable) tag. Slight chance of disconnect if you have an item in your local cache the server has not seen for a while, but unlikely. * Enable all Chat Links (USE AT YOUR OWN RISK): Strong chance of disconnects, especially on items your server hasn't seen yet. * AutoQuery items on loot tables (Disconnection risk): Atlasloot will automaticly query the server for all items on any loot table opened. Chance of disconnects. * Supress text spam when querying items: This option disables the text, that is shown in your chat window, when you query the server for an item. * 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). * Show itemIDs at all times: Adds the itemID to the item tooltip. * Show Comparison Tooltips: If you have EquipCompare installed it will use it, if not it uses the default Blizzard stuff. * Notify me when a LoD Module is loaded: [something] * Load all loot modules at startup: Atlasloot contains several modules. With this option enabled all of the modules, that you have installed, are loaded at startup. * Make Loot Table Opaque: Makes the loot table background black so you can't see the map underneath. ==Slash Commands== * '/al' or '/atlasloot' by itself brings up the loot browser. * '/atlasloot options' brings up the options menu. * '/atlasloot reset' resets the last viewed loot table (fixes disconnects when opening AtlasLoot) and moves all draggable frames back to the middle of the screen. ==Features== Drop Rates: Appended to the bottom of the tooltip of an item when moused over (if available). Dressing Room: Control-click items to show them in the Dressing Room. Price Preview: See the prices for token items like PvP rewards. 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. Security: AtlasLoot flags as unsafe any items it detects that may cause you to be disconnected from the server if you try to link it in the chat window. To attempt to get the item information from the server, simply right-click on it. Note: you may get disconnected if the item is not available on your server. Instance Loot: All instance loot from every Dungeon (Normal and Heroic) and Raid. World Raid Bosses: Highlord Kruul, Azuregos, Dragons of the Nightmare, Doom Lord Kazzak and Doomwalker. Factions: WoW Factions and Burning Crusade factions rewards. PvP: World PvP Items, Battleground Items including low level items, Honor rewards - Weapons and Armor, Arena Rewards - Weapons and Armor for all seasons. Sets: ZG, AQ20, AQ40, Dugeon 1, 2 and 3, Tier 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 Armor sets, Pre-60 sets, Crafted Sets, Crafted Epic Weapons, Tabards, Rare Mounts, Legendary Items, World BoE Epic Weapons, Heroic Token rewards. World Events: Skettis, Abyssal Council, Ethereum Prison, etc. Season Events: Feast of Winter Veil, Hallow's End, Brewfest, etc. Wishlist: Alt-click on any item to add it to the wishlist, alt-clicking on an item in the wishlist deletes it. There are buttons added to the Atlas panel and the loot browser to open the wishlist. Partial Searching: Allows searching the whole AtlasLoot database for an item where you only know part of the name. Quicklooks [b]NEW IN 4.06.00[b]: Bind up to four loot tables to 'Quicklook' buttons, allowing you to jump to them with only one click. ===Using AtlasLoot Search=== To use the search function, just type as much of the name of the item as you can and click search. For example, if I type 'Potion' I will get multiple pages of results as every item in the database with 'potion' in its name is displayed. From here, just left-click on the item you were looking for to jump to the loot page it came from. The small '->' button next to the search box allows you to toggle on and off which Load on Demand modules you want to search through. For example, you may only want to search PvP items, so you would untick all the LoD modules except the Sets and PvP module. ===The Wishlist=== The Wishlist is a much demanded feature that is finally available from version 4.05.00. The wishlist is accessed by clicking the 'Wishlist' button at the bottom of the Atlas frame or the loot browser. To add an item to the wishlist while browsing in AtlasLoot, simply Alt-Left Click on the item. To remove an item, click on the 'Wishlist' button to enter the wish list, and alt-click any item to remove it. ==History== AtlasLoot was originally created by Pernicius as a plugin for Atlas and contained a handful of raid loot tables to browse. Unfortunately, Pernicius was unable to maintain the mod, so Daviesh took over and renamed it to AtlasLoot Enhanced to provide a distinction between the two versions. Since that time, AtlasLoot has grown to cover every loot table for every boss, every item set, PvP Items and items for every reputation faction. ==License== This mod is distributed under Version 2 of the GPL. A copy of the GPL is included in this zip file with links to non-English translations. ==Current Team== Author and Coder: Daviesh Co-Author and German translator: Hegarol Co-Author: Celellach French translation by TrAsHeR Simp. Chinese translation by Kurax Spanish translation by maqjav Trad. Chinese translation by Arith ==Feedback== If you have anything to tell us, whether you get an error message when starting WoW, want a certain feature to be integrated in the mod or just want to thank us for our great mod please go to our forum: [http://www.daviesh.net/atlasloot_enhanced/phpBB3/ Atlasloot forum]. ==Thanks to== Too many to list now, but they include Asurn, Dan, Diablohu, K2hyun, KKram, Pownas, Sohonmr2, Telic, 560889223 and probably more I have missed.

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BankGUI

bankgui124.zip | 22.14 KB

get updated only when you open your Bank. Tradeskills get updated everytime you open a tradeskill window (this includes Cooking etcetera). To view the list, goto social (O), then click the "Bank" tab at the bottomright of the social window. In this BankGUI window you can click a single item to get detailed information, or filter the list by selecting a character from the dropdown list and/or type a searchtext to show only those items. You'r characters will get added to the dropdown list once you have logged onto them. Now also supports Guildbank items. When you open the guild bank, items will get added. Click the Guild checkbox to change to Guild item list. Character dropdown will now be Guild dropdown. Item type dropdown (items, tradeskills, everything) will be disabled as there are no tradeskills in Guildbank. Total gold will now be Gold per guild. Now also saves linked Professions upon opening them. Saved information is: Name of the person who linked it, the Profession link and date&time; last received/opened. The date&time; last received/opened also gets updated if you shift-click the profession in the list to get the link in chat and re-open it, so before you do, look at the date&time; so you know when last opened/received.

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X-Perl UnitFrames

xperl305c.zip | 668.83 KB

the original Nymbia code. Range Finder (combined with optional health check) for all frames based on spell or item range test. HoT Monitor will highlight units clearly that have your own active Heal over Time spells. Debuff Highlighting in standard debuff colours on all friendly frames. Priority given to show debuffs that YOU can cure first. Raid Frames, buff icons, MT list units and some other portions or X-Perl are Created on demand. Saving a lot of time and memory at system startup. Defering the creation of many parts of X-Perl to when they are actually required. And of course, most often outside of raids they are never required and are never created. Raid Target icon support for Target, Target's Target, MT Targets. Unit tooltip will show much CTRA information, with the addtion of combat rezzers available (druids with Rebirth ready (or very soon available) and any normal rezzers out of combat) if you bring up tooltip of a dead person. 'In-combat' indicators for Pet, Target, Target's Target, Party, Party pets, Raid, MT Targets. 3D Portraits for player, pet, target, focus, party. Optional. Of course this may degrade your framerate somewhat because you are displaying more 3D character models that without this option. But some like it pretty, and it does look cool. Red and Green combat flashes for frames when player, pet, target, party, partypets, raid take damage/heals. Useful indication of things happening. Added time left on party member/target buffs/debuffs when in a raid, these depend somewhat on CTRA/oRA/oRA2 sending appropriate information over the addon channel, although some of it can be determined at run time by X-Perl, when a player gets a buff for example, we know how long it should last, and therefor when it should expire. Totally new options window including all X-Perl options and access via minimap icon. Configurable colours for borders and backgrounds. Including class coloured names, and configurable reaction colours. Much care has been taken with code size, memory load, memory usage per cycle and so on. LuaProfiler/OnEvent mods used extensively and regularly to ensure that X-Perl does not do more work than is absolutely necessary. With that in mind, the event system was totally re-written, and is as kind to system performance as possible. The majority of events are disabled while zoning to alleviate any event backlog issues. And where most addons use 1 event handler per unit frame, which although standard, the alternative has improved X-Perl's performance. By using single main event handlers, we can route the events to appropriate units. So, for example, when a single UNIT_HEALTH update is fired, then just a single raid frame or party frame etc. gets the event, rather than 40 raid frame's handlers, 4 party and so on. Nymbia's Perl used to do a lot of crazy full frame udpates all over the place, eating away at CPU cycles. This was all fixed to only update what was necessary based on events. Liberal usage of local functions to cut down compiled code size, and increase speed since functions are called directly rather than by name. Every time you have a global function, you have a global string name associated with it, so size in the global environment saved where possible. XPerl_RaidHelper sub-addon Assists View Will show anyone from raid assising you with your target, and can also show healers or all plus known enemies targetting you. Tooltips for the same also available (on player and target frames) if you prefer to not use the main window. MT Targets Replaces CTRA/oRA2 MT Targets window, and doubles as a replacement for the Perl RaidFrames warrior targets. Indicator shows which target you are on. Frames will be coloured to show if tanks have duplicate targets. XPerl_RaidMonitor sub-addon (WORK IN PROGRESS) Casting Monitor Shows selected classes in a list (much like the MT List), but with some differences. Shows mana bars and cast bars on left. Their targets on right. Health bar as normal, but a secondary small red bar on targets which shows the maximum single hit this unit has received since entering combat. The secondary bar will extend downwards from their current HP level down to as far as zero. A green name on the targets indicates this is the same target that you have. You can click on casters or their targets as expected. All bars can be re-sized in X-Perl main options (Monitor section). Totals can be toggled (from the 'T' minibutton at top of frame) which gives overview of raid mana status. XPerl_RaidAdmin sub-addon (WORK IN PROGRESS) Raid Admin Save/Load raid roster setups Only does direct save and load for the moment, but more to come (templates and such). Item Check Replacement for /raitem /radur /raresist /rareg. Use the old commands before, or drop items in the left item list. Query button will perform /raitem on all ticked items (query always includes dur and resists) and you can then view and review all the results whenever, without having to re-query each item. Includes everyone in raid, so you don't have to work out who doesn't have items, it'll list them with 0 instead of no entry. Active Scanner to check raid member's equipment for the item selected. So you can be sure that people actually have the item worn (Onyxia Cloak for example), without having to go round single target inspecting everyone who 'forgot' to install CTRA for the 50th raid in a row. XPerl_GrimReaper sub-addon The Grim Reaper remembers the most recent combat events for each unit in the party or raid, so that you may mouse over someone and immediately see the kind of damage/healing they took prior to death. /grim for options Right click Reaper for menu (when un-docked) Alt-Mousewheel to scale the reaper window (when un-docked) Supported Addons CT_RaidAssist, oRA2. Shows tooltip info and player status, replaces MT Targets List, improves raid frames, shows player status, resurrection monitor, buff timers aware. MobInfo-2 / MobHealth3 - Shows target health from MobHealth database. SmartyCat, DruidBar and SimpleDruidBar - Shows druid mana bar from DruidBar when shapeshifted. Clique compatible. And any other click cast addon that uses the same communication method. -- X-Perl UnitFrames by Zek (Blood Cult) - Bloodhoof-EU

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myReloadUI

myreloadui1730200.zip | 2.39 KB

..World of WarcraftInterfaceAddOns directory. Features: * Button to reload the UI * Key binding to reload the UI * Low memory usage (~0.01MB) * myAddOns support Usage: Click the ReloadUI button in the Main Menu to reload the UI with the ReloadUI() function. You can also reload the UI with the "ReloadUI" key binding.

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Uploaded:08-08-2009

Fishing Buddy

fishingbuddyv098b.zip | 182.42 KB

before (or the fish that you've caught in the current session) - Display your current skill level and the time since you started fishing - Choose your fishing outfit and change into it easily - Support for automatically adding a lure to your fishing pole - Full Titan Panel support - myAddOns support - Preliminary support for tracking 'cycle fish' such as the Nightfin Snapper so you know when to go looking for them Example commands: /fishingbuddy or /fb toggle the display of the Fishing Buddy window /fb help print the list of Fishing Buddy commands /fb switch wear your chosen fishing outfit, or change back Silly stuff: In addition to displaying the fishing bonus for your fishing outfit, it also displays your 'style points' as inferred from Draznar's Fishing FAQ (http://wow.toshimo.com/viewtopic.php?t=272). Thanks to the authors of: TackleBox -- the original! Impp's Fishing DB QuickWeaponSwap GuildMap and many, many others! Feel free to send comments to Sutorix=AT=hotmailDOTcom. Installation ------------ 1. Unzip the 'FishingBuddyVERSION.zip' file 2. If your unzip program allows you to specify a location, then unzip it into the 'Interface/AddOns' folder contained in your WoW folder (the location that WoW was installed) 3. If your unzip program doesn't let you specify the destination, then find your WoW folder (where it was installed) and drag the 'FishingBuddy' folder into the 'Interface/AddOns' folder. [removed][removed]

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nUI

nui_5.04.00_release.zip | 1.65 MB

detailed targeting information, an integrated HUD, cooldowns and more all in one tightly integrated single-source addon that requires no user configuration. nUI is not a compilation of addons, it is one single mod that provides all of the functionality required to replace the Blizzard default UI. It is small, fast and efficient, easy to install, easy to use and come patch day you only have to worry about updating one mod. Current Features... * No dependencies * No third party code, libraries or add-ons * 100% Original stand-alone code * Greatly reduced screen clutter * Integrated unit casting bars w/ latency * Advanced targeting info... Pet Target, ToT, ToTT * Detailed HUD including player casts, harmful auras, cooldowns and more * Integrated in-HUD threat meter (see notes) * Integrated in-HUD health race bar (see notes) * Advanced player casting bar with latency and GCD * Click-casting compatible unit, party and raid frames * Click-to-feed hunter pet happiness indicator on unit frames * Integrated battlefield highlighting of raid group numbers, hits and heals * Integrated player talent build/spec browsing in unit frames * Integrated cooldown counters, OOM and OOR indicators * Integrated range to target calculation * Integrated (de)buff displays for all units * Integrated (de)buff countdowns * Integrated mouse wheel minimap zoom-in and zoom-out * Integrated mouse wheel scrolling of chat and combat log * Integrated world coordinates and in-game clock * Integrated user interface reload "/nui rl" * Integrated support for Recount (damage meters) * Integrated support for Titan Panel and FuBar * Integrated support for Omen3 and KLH Threat meters * Integrated support for Clique * Automatic faction watching * Automatic management of MiniMap buttons * Expanded battlefield map * Adaptive buff/debuff display based on target reaction

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bsnd

bsnd.zip | 1.51 KB

/snd sfx [enable/disable] Error speech on/off: /snd errorspeech [enable/disable] Emote sounds on/off: /snd emotesounds [enable/disable] Pet sounds on/off: /snd petsounds [enable/disable] Music on/off: /snd music [enable/disable] Ambience on/off: /snd ambience [enable/disable] Master volume 0-100: /snd master_volume 0-100 Sound effects volume: 0-100: /snd sfx_volume 0-100 Music volume 0-100: /snd music_volume 0-100 Ambience Volume 0-100: /snd ambience_volume 0-100[/quote]

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Uploaded:08-04-2009

TNE_Chat_Common

tne_chat_common.zip | 619.7 KB

requests as to a chat event you would like included, please leave a comment or contact me at sabre5674@gmail.com -- Make sure to check out TNE_Chat_Basic and TNE_Chat_Extra as well. [/quote]

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Uploaded:07-28-2009

The Society vs General Vezax

vezax.wmv | 38.06 MB

two-zero-zero. cough.

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Uploaded:07-17-2009

TNE_Chat_Extra

tne_chat_extra.zip | 631.6 KB

includes: TNE_RaidMsg TNE_BGMsg TNE_SystemMsg -- Make sure to check out TNE_Chat_Basic and TNE_Chat_Common as well.[/quote]

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Uploaded:07-15-2009

Broker Alt Guild

broker_altguild1.1beta.zip | 33.93 KB

on who is online in my various guild(s)

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Announce

announce_v0.4.zip | 17.02 KB

on/off. /anno capital - Toggles CAPITAL letters on/off for spell names. /anno party - Toggle party broadcast on/off. /anno raid - Toggle raid broadcast on/off. Note: Will suppress party broadcast if you're in raid. /anno whisper - Toggle whisper on/off. Spells include: * Warrior: Challenging shout, Shattering Throw, Enraged Regeneration, Disarm, Shield Wall * Rogue: Dismantle, Blind, Sap, Tricks of the Trade * Hunter: Deterrence, Misdirection, Master's Call, Wywern Sting * Warlock: Soulstone Resurrection, Demonic Circle: Teleport * Shaman: Hex * Priest: Fear Ward, Shackle Undead, Mind Control, Guardian Spirit, Pain Suppression, Power Infusion * Paladin: Hand of Salvation, Repentance, Hammer of Justice, Avenger's Shield silence effect * Mage: Polymorph: Black Cat, Pig, Rabbit, Serpent, Turkey, Turtle, Sheep * Druid: Innervate, Rebirth, Cyclone, Challenging Roar * Death Knight: Strangulate, Hungering Cold, Pet: Gnaw stun, Hysteria Whispers for: * Rogue: Tricks of the Trade * Warlock: Soulstone Ressurection * Priest: Power Infusion * Druid: Innervate * Paladin: Hand of Salvation * Death Knight: Hysteria Note: Most spells are for level 80 only, the lower ranks won't work. To do: Graphical interface where you can choose which spells will be broadcasted.[/quote]

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Pet Time to Live

pettimetolivev0.8beta1.zip | 141.07 KB

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Dragon Slayer

edragonslayer.zip | 2.77 MB

the GLUES folder inside your Interface folder -->World of WarcraftInterfaceGLUESMODELSUI_MainMenu_Northrend 3) Open UI_MainMenu_Northrend and select the login screen you want by copying the files from a folder and pasting them into UI_MainMenu_Northrend.

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Uploaded:07-14-2009

Hafez-Tank-o-matic

hafeztankomatic.zip | 2.37 KB

skill should be used. * whether heroic strike should be used (check if rage is over 40) and the number of heroic strikes one can cast before rage drops too low. the basic principles of the rotation are: 1. shield slam>revenge>conc. blow> shockwave>devastate. 2. only use revenge as first or second skill after shield slam. 3. only use conc. blow or shockwave as 3rd skill after shieldslam. These principles have been numerically tested by myself and i can safely conclude that the tps increase from using only principle 1 to using all 3 principles is not negligible.[/quote]

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Uploaded:07-14-2009

Give Me Health

gmx42.zip | 50.07 KB

month or two and finally feel like I have a lot of the bugs worked out. I would also like to thank the previous author, Mileg, for all of his help with testing this beta. He exposed many of the early flaws and helped make this a better addon. In order to avoid any conflict, please delete the old Give Me Health folder before copying the new files to your addons. PLEASE READ If you have been using Give Me Health, please DELETE two macros: GMFood and GMWater. Some new features have been added and some changes have been made. * The Health Potion and Food macros have been combined. * The Mana Potion and Water macros have been combined. * These two macros will now give you the least quantity of like items. * The Buff Food macro will now give you any food if none match the ones on your list. * There is a new mount macro. * There is a new non-combat pet macro. Call me lazy, but I hate swapping out food, water, potions, etc. on my action bars. This addon does that and much more. On first use, open the macro dialog (/macro). Drag the macros to the "Action Bar" buttons, replacing food, water, etc. with the macro. Upon receiving / creating new items, the macros will update automatically to show / use the best items. The macros will also update when entering certain locations. For example, entering one of the instances at Tempest Keep, the Health and Mana Potion macros will update to 'Bottled Nethergon Energy' and 'Bottled Nethergon Vapor' respectively. Battleground and Arena items update in the same way. Read on for complete individual explanations of each macro and complete details on functionality. GMBandage -- /gmband help Auto updates bandages. Left-Click to use bandage on target. Alt-Click to use bandage on self. Ctrl-Click to open "First Aid" window. GMBuff -- /gmb help Auto updates buff foods. Left-Click to eat buff food. Shift-Click to eat alternate buff food. Ctrl-Click to create "Basic Campfire". GMHealth -- /gmh help Auto updates health potions. Left-Click to eat food / use health potion. (depending on combat) Alt-Click to use health potion out of combat. Shift-Click to eat / use second best food / health potion. Ctrl-Click to open "Cooking" window. Right-Click to conjure food / refreshments. (mages) GMHStone -- /gmhs help Auto updates healthstones. Left-Click to use healthstone. Right-Click to "Create Healthstone". GMMana -- /gmm help Auto updates mana potions. Left-Click to drink water / use mana potion. (depending on combat) Alt-Click to use mana potion out of combat. Shift-Click to drink / use second best water / mana potion. Ctrl-Click to open "Alchemy" window. Right-Click to conjure water / refreshments. (mages) GMMount (currently English only) -- /gmmt help Auto updates random mounts. (based on location and ability to fly) Left-Click to mount. Shift-Click to ground mount. (if area is flyable) Right-Click to dismount. (if mounted) GMPet -- /gmp help Auto updates random companions (non combat pets). Left-Click to call random companion. Right-Click to dismiss companion. Important Slash Command Change /gmb help -- displays buff food help text and a list of bufftypes /gmb -- lists current order of bufftypes Replace '' with an actual bufftype. /gmb b1= -- sets first favorite bufftype /gmb b2= -- sets second favorite bufftype /gmb b3= -- sets third favorite bufftype (example #1: /gmb b1=crt will make the first favorite buff 'critical strike rating') (example #2: /gmb b3=int will make the third favorite buff 'intellect') Bufftype List (bufftypes are saved per character, only need to set once) agi = agility arm = armor penetration atk = attack power crt = critical strike rating exp = expertise has = haste hp5 = health per 5 hit = hit rating int = intellect mp5 = mana per 5 oth = other res = resistance spl = spell power spi = spirit sta = stamina str = strength

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Shadowed UF Bars

shadoweduf_barsr20090701.zip | 3.02 KB

top[/quote]

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Uploaded:07-11-2009

Raid Voice

raidvoice1.0.1.zip | 2.16 KB

use on your Voice Software in WoW in the Keybindings settings of the game. ALL PEOPLE IN YOUR PARTY MUST HAVE THIS MOD INSTALLED IN ORDER FOR YOU TO SEE WHICH OF THEM IS SPEAKING.

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Uploaded:07-11-2009

Guild Repairs

guildrepairs.zip | 28.37 KB

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Deadly Boss Mods

dbm4.16r1202coreandwotlkmods.zip | 336.64 KB

* Boss mods for all raid bosses * Some boss mods have very advanced features like the Loatheb healer monitor which allows you to setup a heal rotation and see the cooldowns of all healers * Synchronization system for accurate timers * No dependencies, no embedded libraries, 100% stand-alone * Modular design - all boss mods are plugins and can be exchanged, removed or updated separately * Load on demand - boss mods and the GUI are separate AddOns and they will be loaded when they are needed, e.g. the GUI uses no memory if you don't open it * Efficient code: very low memory (the API only uses about 800kb!) and CPU usage * Special effects like the screen flash and the screen shake effect to draw your attention on critical events - for example DBM will warn you when Thaddius changes your polarity * Bars can change their color over time and flash before they expire * Four bar designs to choose from with a user-set color * Option to create custom timers, so-called "Pizza Timers" for your pizza or whatever you prefer to eat while raiding * Option to increase the range of your combat log * Powerful object-oriented API - you can use it to write your own boss mods! FAQ * Q: What's the difference between 2.31 and 2.31 GUI:822 fix? * A: 2.31 had a bug that could cause an error message when clicking on the "load mods" button. Only a few people had this problem, if you are using 2.31 and encountering an error message when clicking this button, you need to update. You don't need to update if the button works for you smile Sorry for this bug in the release version, I had no time for beta/release candidate versions because Blizzard decided to break the AddOn in patch 2.0.3, so I don't had much time to release a working version. frown * Q: Can I disable the GUI? * A: Yes. But there is no reason to do so because the GUI is load on demand! It is designed as a seperate AddOn which will be loaded when you click on the minimap button. If you don't open the GUI, it will use no memory and no CPU just as if it would be disabled. * Q: What about memory usage? * A: o API: ~800kb o The boss mods and the GUI will be loaded when they are needed and won't use any memory until you enter the instance/open the GUI. Each boss mod "pack" (one pack for Naxx, one for AQ40, etc) requires 100kb-500kb memory. * Q: Can I load boss mods for xyz on login? * A: No, because such an option would make no sense. The boss mods will be loaded when you enter the instance, the outdoor mods will be loaded when you target an outdoor raid boss, the battleground mods will be loaded when you receive an invitation to a battleground. Slash Commands * /dbm - shows/hides the GUI * /dbm timer - starts a local timer, the time can be in the mm:ss format * /dbm broadcast timer - broadcasts a timer to the raid group * /dbm stop - stops all boss mods for all players * /drt dura - performs a CTRaid compatible durability check (alias: /drt dur) * /drt - shows more DeadlyRaidTools slash commands * You can use /db or /deadly instead of /dbm. Localization * enGB/enUS: 100% * deDE: 95% * zhCN: 100% * zhTW: 100% * frFR: 90% * The compatibility with korean and spanish clients is based on the sync system. So you need at least one english, german, french or chinese client with this AddOn in your raid group if want to use this AddOn with a korean or spanish version of WoW. [/quote]

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Gryphon Soul Bar

gryphonsoulbar.zip | 68.03 KB

of LionHeartBar. The health gryphon on the left is a constant red, while the mana gryphon changes color depending on a players energy type. (i.e. Mana, Rage, Energy, Runic Power) The display colors are as follows: Mana - Blue Rage - Red Energy - Yellow Runic Power - Cyan If you like the look of the gray gryphons and dont like the fill, the go to C:Program FilesWorld of WarcraftInterfaceAddonsGryphonSoulBarGryphons and delete blankgryphon and blankgryphon2 and replace them with the blankgryphon - clear and blankgryphon2 - clear. If you could help me out by donating any amount, it would be greatly appreciated. Note: Donations are not required to download or use this addon, but they are appreciated. If you like this addon, please rate it.[/quote]

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Broker PvP Launcher

broker_pvplauncherv1.0.zip | 7.96 KB

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Lion Heart Bar

lionheartbar.zip | 49.74 KB

GryphonSoulBar. The health lion on the left is a constant red, while the mana lion changes color depending on a players energy type. (i.e. Mana, Rage, Energy, Runic Power) The display colors are as follows: Mana - Blue Rage - Red Energy - Yellow Runic Power - Cyan If you like the look of the gray lions and dont like the fill, the go to C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Interface\Addons\LionHeartBar\Lions and delete blanklion and blanklion2 and replace them with the blanklion - clear and blanklion2 - clear. [/quote]

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TNE_Chat_Basic

tne_chat_basic.zip | 618.74 KB

includes: TNE_Whispers TNE_PartyMsg TNE_GuildMsg If you have any requests as to a chat event you would like included, please leave a comment or contact me at sabre5674@gmail.com -- Make sure to check out TNE_Chat_Common and TNE_Chat_Extra as well.[/quote]

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Auction Profit

auctionprofit301002.zip | 25.29 KB

auction house mails - sortable and searchable AuctionProfit window - shows profit in tooltip and under the sellername in the Auction House (DISABLED by DEFAULT) - shows profit in player tooltip (DISABLED by DEFAULT) - all tooltip displays (AH, AuctionProfit window and Player Tooltip) are optional and customizable (ALL DISABLED by DEFAULT) - english (DEFAULT), deDE and frFR localization - GUI accessible via Interface Option Menu or Slash commands to view the saved data --- slash commands: /ap - /auctionprofit --- example: --- /ap : open AuctionProfit GUI --- /ap options : open AuctionProfit InterfaceOptionsFrame AuctionProfit ONLY works if you: 1.) DO NOT USE addons that auto collect money from your mails! 2.) Click on an invoice auction house mail to OPEN it! Click the money! ATTENTION - You MUST OPEN the invoice auction house mail!!! Without opening the mail no data is available to save!!! - Using addons that automatically pulls out money from auction house mails or mails in general (like Postals 'Open all' or 'shift-click' feature) can cause this addon not to save data from this mails. - AuctionProfit saves the localized item names, because it's not possible to get an itemID from invoice auction house mails. I don't like localized item names, itemIDs are in all cases better, but unless Blizzard is changing the API so it's possible to get the itemID from an invoice auction house mail I will not change this. - There is no way to get the item amount from invoice auction house mails. (read above) - There is currently no way to delete something from the AP database. - Data is saved per server regardless of faction. - profit = buyout - consignment resp. profit = bid - consignment !!! Enjoy! kunda

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Atlas Loot Enchanced

atlaslootenhancedv50501.zip | 1.57 MB

items to be chat linked and to use the dressing room. ==Integration in other mods== Atlasloot can be used as a stand-alone browser without a host mod or integrated in any map mod (works at the moment with Atlas and AlphaMap.) ==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) ==Latest Beta== We do not officially release beta versions for Atlasloot. But you can update the mod daily through the WoW Ace SVN. Please note that we can not guarantee a bug-free and fully functional mod if you update from Ace. ==Configuration Menu== Accessed by right-clicking the AtlasLoot minimap button or from the 'Options' button available on any AtlasLoot interface. * Show Minimap Button: Adds the Atlasloot icon to the Minimap. * Hide Atlasloot Panel: Removes the Atlasloot Panel from the main Atlas window. * Safe Chat Links: Can only link items without the (Item Unavailable) tag. Slight chance of disconnect if you have an item in your local cache the server has not seen for a while, but unlikely. * Enable all Chat Links (USE AT YOUR OWN RISK): Strong chance of disconnects, especially on items your server hasn't seen yet. * AutoQuery items on loot tables (Disconnection risk): Atlasloot will automaticly query the server for all items on any loot table opened. Chance of disconnects. * Supress text spam when querying items: This option disables the text, that is shown in your chat window, when you query the server for an item. * 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). * Show itemIDs at all times: Adds the itemID to the item tooltip. * Show Comparison Tooltips: If you have EquipCompare installed it will use it, if not it uses the default Blizzard stuff. * Notify me when a LoD Module is loaded: [something] * Load all loot modules at startup: Atlasloot contains several modules. With this option enabled all of the modules, that you have installed, are loaded at startup. * Make Loot Table Opaque: Makes the loot table background black so you can't see the map underneath. ==Slash Commands== * '/al' or '/atlasloot' by itself brings up the loot browser. * '/atlasloot options' brings up the options menu. * '/atlasloot reset' resets the last viewed loot table (fixes disconnects when opening AtlasLoot) and moves all draggable frames back to the middle of the screen. ==Features== Drop Rates: Appended to the bottom of the tooltip of an item when moused over (if available). Dressing Room: Control-click items to show them in the Dressing Room. Price Preview: See the prices for token items like PvP rewards. 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. Security: AtlasLoot flags as unsafe any items it detects that may cause you to be disconnected from the server if you try to link it in the chat window. To attempt to get the item information from the server, simply right-click on it. Note: you may get disconnected if the item is not available on your server. Instance Loot: All instance loot from every Dungeon (Normal and Heroic) and Raid. World Raid Bosses: Highlord Kruul, Azuregos, Dragons of the Nightmare, Doom Lord Kazzak and Doomwalker. Factions: WoW Factions and Burning Crusade factions rewards. PvP: World PvP Items, Battleground Items including low level items, Honor rewards - Weapons and Armor, Arena Rewards - Weapons and Armor for all seasons. Sets: ZG, AQ20, AQ40, Dugeon 1, 2 and 3, Tier 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 Armor sets, Pre-60 sets, Crafted Sets, Crafted Epic Weapons, Tabards, Rare Mounts, Legendary Items, World BoE Epic Weapons, Heroic Token rewards. World Events: Skettis, Abyssal Council, Ethereum Prison, etc. Season Events: Feast of Winter Veil, Hallow's End, Brewfest, etc. Wishlist: Alt-click on any item to add it to the wishlist, alt-clicking on an item in the wishlist deletes it. There are buttons added to the Atlas panel and the loot browser to open the wishlist. Partial Searching: Allows searching the whole AtlasLoot database for an item where you only know part of the name. Quicklooks [b]NEW IN 4.06.00[b]: Bind up to four loot tables to 'Quicklook' buttons, allowing you to jump to them with only one click. ===Using AtlasLoot Search=== To use the search function, just type as much of the name of the item as you can and click search. For example, if I type 'Potion' I will get multiple pages of results as every item in the database with 'potion' in its name is displayed. From here, just left-click on the item you were looking for to jump to the loot page it came from. The small '->' button next to the search box allows you to toggle on and off which Load on Demand modules you want to search through. For example, you may only want to search PvP items, so you would untick all the LoD modules except the Sets and PvP module. ===The Wishlist=== The Wishlist is a much demanded feature that is finally available from version 4.05.00. The wishlist is accessed by clicking the 'Wishlist' button at the bottom of the Atlas frame or the loot browser. To add an item to the wishlist while browsing in AtlasLoot, simply Alt-Left Click on the item. To remove an item, click on the 'Wishlist' button to enter the wish list, and alt-click any item to remove it. ==History== AtlasLoot was originally created by Pernicius as a plugin for Atlas and contained a handful of raid loot tables to browse. Unfortunately, Pernicius was unable to maintain the mod, so Daviesh took over and renamed it to AtlasLoot Enhanced to provide a distinction between the two versions. Since that time, AtlasLoot has grown to cover every loot table for every boss, every item set, PvP Items and items for every reputation faction. ==License== This mod is distributed under Version 2 of the GPL. A copy of the GPL is included in this zip file with links to non-English translations. ==Current Team== Author and Coder: Daviesh Co-Author and German translator: Hegarol Co-Author: Celellach French translation by TrAsHeR Simp. Chinese translation by Kurax Spanish translation by maqjav Trad. Chinese translation by Arith

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QuestHelper

questhelper1020.zip | 6.62 MB

Perfect Satyr Horn you can't find. It also computes the fastest path to complete all your quests - and gain experience - as quickly as possible. QuestHelper currently survives on donations! Anything you can contribute is appreciated. QuestHelper makes your $15/month World of Warcraft subscription more enjoyable, and only a few dollars a month ensures that I'll keep it running forever :) [url=http://www.quest-helper.com/donate][img]https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/btn_donate_LG.gif[/img][/url] Project Status Posting semi-frequent versions at the moment. Most versions include an updated database, a few bugfixes, and yet more work on the next-gen data collection system. Progress is invisible, but constant. This version should work with Wrath. Note that not all Wrath quests may be in the database - this stuff is collected by you guys, and I rely on you submitting your collected data. ("/qh submit" for submission instructions, and thanks!) READ THIS BEFORE POSTING AND ASKING FOR HELP If you're confused by how to make it work, use the Curse Client. Apparently that works sometimes. I can't guarantee it, but they claim it will work. If it doesn't work, ask a friend of yours. There's enough spam on the comments here that I've kind of given up replying for a while. If it's a common issue, it's listed here. Crashing on login (generally in Dalaran): This is mostly fixed in 0.77. A true 100% fix will require some changes on Blizzard's end that I'm now campaigning for ;) Make sure you're using 0.77 or above. "Out Of Date" or "refusing to run out of fear of corrupting your saved data" or QuestHelper just plain not running: the addon directory seems to have been moved for people on Vista. Apparently it's in "C:UsersPublicGamesWorld of Warcraft". If you update plugins in the old directory, it just plain won't notice! At all! And you'll get one of the above errors. Update it in the new location. It doesn't show me any objectives on the map: Type "/qh hidden" and see why they're hidden. It reduces my framerate too much/uses too much CPU: I found and fixed a bug in /qh perf that was causing it to reduce CPU usage too much. To compensate, I reduced the /qh perf minimum to 1%. If you've adjusted /qh perf in the past, you may have to adjust it further down. Questhelper reduces your framerate significantly while it's loading - this is currently by design, as it loads faster. If you'd prefer a longer load time with lower CPU use, let me know in the comments (I'm not yet sure whether it's worth implementing a user preference for this.) Pretty much any issue with it not running: /qh hardreset. Try it! FAQ It doesn't work. What can I do? Three things. First, if there's a major issue with QuestHelper, you can type "/qh error" and it will show you the first error it ran into. If you post that in the comments here, one of the people who helps regularly may be able to solve your problem. If it just doesn't work, "/qh hardreset" will reset all your accumulated data and preferences, hopefully getting rid of weird problems. If you still can't see the quest tracker, "/qh treset" will try to force it into a visible position on your screen. If you're not seeing quests at all, even on your main map, "/qh hidden" will tell you why and let you change it. The combination of these three fixes ''most'' problems. If none of those help, disable your other plugins as a test to find incompatibilities. My framerate is low. What can I do? If you have any addons that enabled CPU profiling, turn it off, it greatly increases the amount of work WoW has to do. The command to do that is: /console set scriptProfile 0 /console reloadui If that doesn't make a difference for you, there's a slash command, /qh perf, that can scale the amount of work QuestHelper does per frame. Example: /qh perf 50% QuestHelper uses a lot of memory. What can I do to fix this? QuestHelper instrinsically uses a chunk of RAM. You can currently expect about 25m of usage. I'll reduce this when I can, but then I'll also probably increase it again as I add more data. There's really not anything you can do about this. Why aren't my quests showing up? /qh hidden will list everything that isn't being shown, along with the reason for it being hidden. If I send you my data, should I delete my copy? You'll save hard drive space, but lose any preferences you had saved. Your call. I'm fine either way. How can I get rid of that arrow over my character's head? Either /qh cartwp or /qh tomtom will hide the arrow. If you'd rather move it instead, you can drag it around by left clicking. . . unless it's been locked, in which case right click on it and unlock it first. How do get that 3D arrow pointing where to go? That arrow is part of Cartographer Waypoints. It should appear automatically as long as Cartographer is installed and running, and you haven't turned off that feature. If not, try /qh cartwp. If you have TomTom installed, you can have TomTom display your waypoint arrow instead. Again, it should just work, unless you've disabled it. /qh tomtom will toggle it. The Icons on my map are huge! How can anyone see anything? If you find the icons are too big for you, you may enter /qh scale X%, replacing X with some reasonable scale. I'd start with 80%, depending on how that looks you can try bigger or smaller numbers. Author(s) ZorbaTHut is the new maintainer of this project, and hopes that he will bludgeon it into shape and continue maintenance well through Wrath. In other words, any bugs after 0.49 are his fault. Smariot is the original developer of the package. Nesher and Vipersniper both made improvements while Smariot was still maintaining it, and are worthy of praise. How to avoid getting your account stolen. Simple explanation: Don't run any programs attached to UI mods. Just decompress them into your addons directory. The major site installers, like the Curse.com installer, are probably safe. Be suspicious of everyone and don't give out your password. There's a [url=http://wow.curseforge.com/projects/quest-helper/pages/how-to-avoid-getting-your-account-stolen/]much longer and more detailed explanation here[/url], which I recommend everyone read at least once. Despite persistent rumors, Questhelper does not contain anything that can steal your password. Such a thing isn't even possible. Usage For the most part, you just install it and leave it alone. It should hopefully be smart enough to do The Right Thing?, and not require you to meddle with it. The task QuestHelper thinks you should do first is displayed on your minimap, which you can mouse over for a description. If the task isn't in your current zone, then it will point towards where QuestHelper thinks you should go to get there, such as a flight master or the zone border. World Map All the tasks QuestHelper wants you to do are displayed on the World Map. There are 'marching ants' connecting the objectives, showing you the order QuestHelper thinks you should complete them in. You can right click on an objective to get a list of options for it. There is also a QuestHelper button in the upper right corner of the World Map. You can click it to hide QuestHelper temporarily, or right-click it for a menu of general options. Menus Using the menus should, hopefully, be obvious. The only catch might be that they don't automatically disappear if you click on something else. You can right click anywhere on a menu to hide it, or select the Close Menu command from the end of the menu. Priorities There are 5 different priority levels an objective can have: ''Highest, High, Normal, Low,'' and ''Lowest''. Most objectives default to ''Normal''. Objectives for timed quests default to ''High''. User created objectives default to ''Highest''. QuestHelper will try to arrange the objectives so that higher priority objectives get done first. The only time this won't happen is when an objective with a higher priority depends on an objective with a lower priority, in which case QuestHelper will pretend it had the higher priority. You will notice a green arrow in the priority menu when QuestHelper isn't using the priority you assigned. You can use priorities as hints to get the objectives in an order you'd prefer, without the need to micro-manage the route list. Filters There are 4 filters you can use to automatically ignore quest objectives, which you can turn on and off using the slash command /qh filter. The first filter is ''level'', which by default is on. It will cause QuestHelper to ignore any objectives that your current party probably isn't high enough to complete. You can adjust the level offset used by this filter with the command /qh level ''offset''. The next filter is ''zone'', which by default is off. It will cause QuestHelper to ignore any objectives that aren't in your current zone. Note that this filter might not do The Right Thing? for objectives that can be completed in multiple zones. The third filter is ''done'', which by default is off. It will hide objectives for any quests that aren't complete. You can use this if you don't want to quest and just want to turn the quests you do have in. The fourth filter is ''blocked'', which hides blocked objectives, i.e. ones that can't be done yet, such as quest turn-ins for incomplete quests. This is probably most useful if you prefer to hide the "ant trails", as the route it will compute will be somewhat of a lie. The fifth filter is ''watched'', which hides objectives that you are not currently tracking via WoW's built-in quest tracker. This gives you a lot of control over which quests QH shows, but also limits you to five quests tracked at once and can easily cause problems with route quality. You can force QuestHelper to show an objective that otherwise would have been filtered by typing /qh hidden and selecting ''Show'' from its entry in the menu. Sharing Sharing allows you to share your objectives with other party members, allowing you to combine your routes and work together effectively. Note that sharing only tells your peers what objectives you have, your completion progress for them, and the priorities you have assigned to them. Information such as item drops and monster locations are not shared. Each peer will take this information and calculate their own route from it. Assuming you stay together and work cooperatively, which was the whole idea behind this feature, your routes should end up being almost completely identical, and you can follow it and rest assured that nobody is getting left behide. Objectives shared by multiple users won't be removed until everybody has completed it. User objectives, by default, aren't shared. If there is somebody available to share with, an option will appear in the right-click menu for that objective to allow you to share it manually. Objective priorities are shared globally. If one user changes the priority of an objective, that change will be reflected in all peers. This, again, was done to ensure that everybody's routes end up being roughly identical, and so that peers would have the correct priorities for timed quests. And it's also a nice feature. Assuming the people you're partied with aren't ass hats. If they are, you're on your own. Slash Commands (May be somewhat out of date.) * /qh help Lists all the QuestHelper slash commands. ** /qh help ''command'' Tells you about a specific command. * /qh settings Opens the Settings menu at the current cursor location. Note that not all settings can be changed through the menu. * /qh track disables/enables QuestHelper's Quest Tracker, which provides status on your nearest objectives, in place of the default Tracker. * /qh hidden Displays a list of all the hidden objectives, why they are hidden, and depending on the reason, will allow you to unhide them. * /qh ftime Toggles the display of the flight time estimates. * /qh locale ''locale'' Sets the locale to use for displayed text., or lists possible locales if no argument is given. Defaults to your client's locale the first time you run QuestHelper. The only locale that is complete right now is '''enUS'''. Missing translations will be marked with red text. * /qh share Toggles objective sharing on and off. When on, will share quest objectives and progress with other party members that are using QuestHelper 0.17 or higher, and also have sharing enabled. * /qh solo Will disable quest sharing and ignore anyone you might be partied with, basically assume you will receive no aid from your party members. * /qh comm Toggles the display of the data sent between peers. I use this for debugging, but some people just love to stare at streams of meaningless data. It's really quite hypnotic. . . * /qh hide Hides QuestHelper's minimap arrow and World Map icons and paths, and suspends the calculation of routes. * /qh cartwp Toggles using Cartographer Waypoints to display your current objective. * /qh tomtom Toggles using TomTom to display waypoints for your current objective. * /qh button Toggles the QuestHelper button on the World Map frame. * /qh level ''offset'' Sets the level offset used by the level filter. Can be positive or negative. Invoke with no arguments to see the current offset and your effective level at various party sizes. ** /qh level 0 Only show quests at or below your own level. ** /qh level 2 Show quests up to two levels above your own level. This is the default. * /qh nag Prints counts of all the new or updated quests, objectives, etc, that you have found that aren't in the supplied database. Note: To reduce memory usage, QuestHelper deletes static quest data that doesn't belong to your faction. So, if you play both sides, it will always think the quests you did for the opposite faction are new. ** /qh nag verbose Displays the specific differences between your data and the static data. * /qh find ''category'' ''query'' Allows you to create custom objectives by searching for known items, NPCs, and locations. The queries allow fuzzy string matching, and so should happly accept typos and partial matches. Note that if you attempt to create an objective twice, it will instead hide it. ** /qh find item ''item-name'' Search for items. ** /qh find npc ''npc-name'' Search for NPCs or monsters. ** /qh find loc ''zone-name'' ''x'' ''y'' Search for a location in a zone. You may also use a comma, should you feel the need to. ** /qh find loc ''x'' ''y'' Search for a location in your current zone. ** /qh find ''search-string'' Searches in all categories. ** /qh find Invoking the find command without any arguments will instead display all your current user created objectives, allowing you to easily turn them off. * /qh filter ''filter-name'' Toggles objective filters on or off. ** /qh filter level Shows or hides objective that you probably can't do. Note that this considers the the levels of everyone in your party, not just you. If you're partied with somebody higher than you, it might not hide a quest that it otherwise would have. ** /qh filter zone Shows or hides objective that aren't in your current zone. ** /qh filter done Shows or hides quests that aren't complete. ** /qh filter blocked Shows or hides objectives that are blocked, i.e. require something else to be done first, such as turn-ins for incomplete quests. * /qh scale ''value'' Scales the map icons by this amount of their default size. Will accept a number or a percentage, in the range of 50-300%. * /qh perf ''value'' Scales the CPU workload for QuestHelper's route calculation routine. Will accept a numbere or a percentage, in the range 10-500% (although we don't recommend going above 100%). * /qh recalc Recreates the world graph and location and distance information for the active objectives. You probably don't need to worry about this. * /qh purge Deletes all your collected data. I'd prefer if you avoided using this any time other than immediately after sharing your collected data. Requires that you to enter a randomly generated 8 character case sensitive alphanumeric password, to hopefully ensure that people read the message that gets displayed. * /questhelper Alias for /qh. * /find, /qhfind, Alias for /qh find. * /qh find monster Alias for /qh find npc. * /qh find location Alias for /qh find loc. How You Can Help

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Nauticus

nauticus314.zip | 300.86 KB

departure schedules for any transport and know exactly when you need to be there. Less time waiting on platforms, more time at the AH or mailbox, less duelling rogues or shamies who want you to take a seat while they crit you... 'for fun'... To track a transport requires that you, or someone else running the addon, has taken the route sometime earlier. Nauticus uses hidden addon-to-addon communications to synchronise and share up-to-date schedules between players automatically. Important: This addon works best the more players on your realm also using the addon. So get your friends and guild mates to install Nauticus - the more the merrier! Even if you don't use transports because you're only ever in Outland, you can help store and transmit up-to-date data to everyone that needs it. Nauticus performs well in the background and you can disable the map icons for zero interference. --- Main Features =Plots all (16) Horde, Alliance and neutral transports on the World Map in real time - Displays the most relevant transports on the Mini-Map, based on your current zone - Map icons rotate to show their actual direction at any point in time - Shows arrival or departure schedule for each platform when you mouse-over any map icon = Discovers schedule by travelling a route in either direction - Calculates future schedules, based on precisely measured round-trip cycles = Automatically share schedules with other users of the addon on your realm - Differential delayed updates keep communication bandwidth low even with many users (O(1)) - Ranks quality of data based on number of reboots and swaps, always picking the best = Remember schedule data even after computer reboot (see FAQ for caveat) = Select any transport for viewing in any LibDataBroker (LDB) display addon.† - Shows the next arrival or departure event in the button text. - Button icon changes colour to indicate status (yellow = docked, red = about to depart, green = in transit) - Auto-selects nearest transport when standing at a platform (optional) - Alt-click button to manually set audio alarm to warn you before next departure = Less spam: Filter ship crew talk and Zeppelin Master yells from your chat window (optional)

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GoGo Mount

gogomount315.zip | 18.56 KB

mount/unmount or shapeshift/deshift, or use '/click GoGoButton' in a macro. Spell support: - Supports Shaman and Druid travel forms - in combat as well Use '/gogo spell' to toggle whether to include spells in randomization or not. Autodismount support: Dismounts you automatically when clicking on herbs/ores or using offensive spells/abilities. Use '/gogo auto' to toggle this on/off. Preferred mounts support: You can assign one or more preferred mounts for each zone. Use '/gogo ItemLink' or '/gogo SpellName' to add pref. Use '/gogo clear' to clear prefs for current zone. Warning: GoGo will use your preferred mounts even if you have faster ones.

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Uploaded:05-20-2009

nUI

nui_5.03.01_release.zip | 1.29 MB

detailed targeting information, an integrated HUD, cooldowns and more all in one tightly integrated single-source addon that requires no user configuration. nUI is not a compilation of addons, it is one single mod that provides all of the functionality required to replace the Blizzard default UI. It is small, fast and efficient, easy to install, easy to use and come patch day you only have to worry about updating one mod. Current Features... * No dependencies * No third party code, libraries or add-ons * 100% Original stand-alone code * Greatly reduced screen clutter * Integrated unit casting bars w/ latency * Advanced targeting info... Pet Target, ToT, ToTT * Detailed HUD including player casts, harmful auras, cooldowns and more * Integrated in-HUD threat meter (see notes) * Integrated in-HUD health race bar (see notes) * Advanced player casting bar with latency and GCD * Click-casting compatible unit, party and raid frames * Click-to-feed hunter pet happiness indicator on unit frames * Integrated battlefield highlighting of raid group numbers, hits and heals * Integrated player talent build/spec browsing in unit frames * Integrated cooldown counters, OOM and OOR indicators * Integrated range to target calculation * Integrated (de)buff displays for all units * Integrated (de)buff countdowns * Integrated mouse wheel minimap zoom-in and zoom-out * Integrated mouse wheel scrolling of chat and combat log * Integrated world coordinates and in-game clock * Integrated user interface reload "/nui rl" * Integrated support for Recount (damage meters) * Integrated support for Titan Panel and FuBar * Integrated support for Omen3 and KLH Threat meters * Integrated support for Clique * Automatic faction watching * Automatic management of MiniMap buttons * Expanded battlefield map * Adaptive buff/debuff display based on target reaction

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Uploaded:04-19-2009

myMainBar

mymainbar110301001240137789.zip | 4.74 KB

the bags buttons by an 'All Bags' button. Install Extract the files into your ..World of WarcraftInterfaceAddOns directory. Features * Smaller Main Bar * Main Menu button, help button, latency meter and keyring button hidden * 'All bags' button replacing the bags buttons * Key binding to switch between small and standard Main Bar * Localization (english, french, german) * Low memory usage (~0.02MB) * myAddOns support Usage The small Main Bar is the default one. You can switch between the small and the standard versions with the 'Small/Standard Main Bar' key binding.

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Uploaded:04-19-2009

myReloadUI

myreloadui17301001240138420.zip | 2.29 KB

..World of WarcraftInterfaceAddOns directory. Features * Button to reload the UI * Key binding to reload the UI * Low memory usage (~0.01MB) * myAddOns support Usage Click the ReloadUI button in the Main Menu to reload the UI with the ReloadUI() function. You can also reload the UI with the "ReloadUI" key binding.

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Uploaded:04-19-2009

Atlas Loot Enchanced

atlaslootenhancedv50402.zip | 1.43 MB

to be chat linked and to use the dressing room. ==Integration in other mods== Atlasloot can be used as a stand-alone browser without a host mod or integrated in any map mod (works at the moment with Atlas and AlphaMap.) ==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) ==Latest Beta== We do not officially release beta versions for Atlasloot. But you can update the mod daily through the WoW Ace SVN. Please note that we can not guarantee a bug-free and fully functional mod if you update from Ace. ==Configuration Menu== Accessed by right-clicking the AtlasLoot minimap button or from the 'Options' button available on any AtlasLoot interface. * Show Minimap Button: Adds the Atlasloot icon to the Minimap. * Hide Atlasloot Panel: Removes the Atlasloot Panel from the main Atlas window. * Safe Chat Links: Can only link items without the (Item Unavailable) tag. Slight chance of disconnect if you have an item in your local cache the server has not seen for a while, but unlikely. * Enable all Chat Links (USE AT YOUR OWN RISK): Strong chance of disconnects, especially on items your server hasn't seen yet. * AutoQuery items on loot tables (Disconnection risk): Atlasloot will automaticly query the server for all items on any loot table opened. Chance of disconnects. * Supress text spam when querying items: This option disables the text, that is shown in your chat window, when you query the server for an item. * 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). * Show itemIDs at all times: Adds the itemID to the item tooltip. * Show Comparison Tooltips: If you have EquipCompare installed it will use it, if not it uses the default Blizzard stuff. * Notify me when a LoD Module is loaded: [something] * Load all loot modules at startup: Atlasloot contains several modules. With this option enabled all of the modules, that you have installed, are loaded at startup. * Make Loot Table Opaque: Makes the loot table background black so you can't see the map underneath. ==Slash Commands== * '/al' or '/atlasloot' by itself brings up the loot browser. * '/atlasloot options' brings up the options menu. * '/atlasloot reset' resets the last viewed loot table (fixes disconnects when opening AtlasLoot) and moves all draggable frames back to the middle of the screen. ==Features== Drop Rates: Appended to the bottom of the tooltip of an item when moused over (if available). Dressing Room: Control-click items to show them in the Dressing Room. Price Preview: See the prices for token items like PvP rewards. 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. Security: AtlasLoot flags as unsafe any items it detects that may cause you to be disconnected from the server if you try to link it in the chat window. To attempt to get the item information from the server, simply right-click on it. Note: you may get disconnected if the item is not available on your server. Instance Loot: All instance loot from every Dungeon (Normal and Heroic) and Raid. World Raid Bosses: Highlord Kruul, Azuregos, Dragons of the Nightmare, Doom Lord Kazzak and Doomwalker. Factions: WoW Factions and Burning Crusade factions rewards. PvP: World PvP Items, Battleground Items including low level items, Honor rewards - Weapons and Armor, Arena Rewards - Weapons and Armor for all seasons. Sets: ZG, AQ20, AQ40, Dugeon 1, 2 and 3, Tier 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 Armor sets, Pre-60 sets, Crafted Sets, Crafted Epic Weapons, Tabards, Rare Mounts, Legendary Items, World BoE Epic Weapons, Heroic Token rewards. World Events: Skettis, Abyssal Council, Ethereum Prison, etc. Season Events: Feast of Winter Veil, Hallow's End, Brewfest, etc. Wishlist: Alt-click on any item to add it to the wishlist, alt-clicking on an item in the wishlist deletes it. There are buttons added to the Atlas panel and the loot browser to open the wishlist. Partial Searching: Allows searching the whole AtlasLoot database for an item where you only know part of the name. Quicklooks [b]NEW IN 4.06.00[b]: Bind up to four loot tables to 'Quicklook' buttons, allowing you to jump to them with only one click. ===Using AtlasLoot Search=== To use the search function, just type as much of the name of the item as you can and click search. For example, if I type 'Potion' I will get multiple pages of results as every item in the database with 'potion' in its name is displayed. From here, just left-click on the item you were looking for to jump to the loot page it came from. The small '->' button next to the search box allows you to toggle on and off which Load on Demand modules you want to search through. For example, you may only want to search PvP items, so you would untick all the LoD modules except the Sets and PvP module. ===The Wishlist=== The Wishlist is a much demanded feature that is finally available from version 4.05.00. The wishlist is accessed by clicking the 'Wishlist' button at the bottom of the Atlas frame or the loot browser. To add an item to the wishlist while browsing in AtlasLoot, simply Alt-Left Click on the item. To remove an item, click on the 'Wishlist' button to enter the wish list, and alt-click any item to remove it. ==History== AtlasLoot was originally created by Pernicius as a plugin for Atlas and contained a handful of raid loot tables to browse. Unfortunately, Pernicius was unable to maintain the mod, so Daviesh took over and renamed it to AtlasLoot Enhanced to provide a distinction between the two versions. Since that time, AtlasLoot has grown to cover every loot table for every boss, every item set, PvP Items and items for every reputation faction. ==License== This mod is distributed under Version 2 of the GPL. A copy of the GPL is included in this zip file with links to non-English translations. ==Current Team== Author and Coder: Daviesh Co-Author and German translator: Hegarol Co-Author: Celellach French translation by TrAsHeR Simp. Chinese translation by Kurax Spanish translation by maqjav Trad. Chinese translation by Arith ==Thanks to== Too many to list now, but they include Asurn, Dan, Diablohu, K2hyun, KKram, Pownas, Sohonmr2, Telic, 560889223 and probably more I have missed.

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Uploaded:04-09-2009

ScrollingCombatText

sctv6.33.zip | 251.23 KB

happens above your target. This makes it so you do not have to watch (or use) your regular combat chat window and gives it a "Final Fantasy" feel. Why use 5.0 over WoW's new built in Floating Combat Text ? - SCT 5.0 is a complete rewrite of the mod from the ground up. Its is now based in the Ace2 framework and rewitten with more performance in mind. On top of that, it offers features far above and beyond what WoW's FCT can do. FCT is great if you just need a lightweight SCT with limited options, but using SCT's new Lightmode can get you the same performance with almost all of SCT's normal features. What can it do? * Damage messages * Heals (incoming and outgoing) and Overhealing (with healer ID's), with filtering for small heals. * Spell Damage/Resists and Damage Type * All "Miss" events (dodge, block, immune, etc...) * Custom Colors for all text events * Config file to setup custom events (self and target), capture data, and display it. * Debuff/Buff gain and loss Messages * Low Health and Mana Warnings with values, and optional sounds * Rage/Mana/Energy Gains * Enter and Leave Combat Messages * Rogue Combo Points, 5 CP Alert Message * Class Skill alerts (Execute, Overpower, CounterAttack, etc...) * Honor, Reputation, Skill Gain o Eight Animation Types (Verticle, Rainbow, Horizontal, Angled Down, Angled Up, Sprinkler, Curved HUD, Angled HUD) * Four Fonts * Two seperate Animation frames, each with their own settings. Assign any Event to either. * Ability to flag any event as critical or as a text messages * Sliders for text size, opacity, animation speed, movement speed, and on screen placement (with custom editbox) * Lightmode, for when you care most about performance (at the loss of a few features). * Now Based in Ace2. * CTMod, MyAddons, Cosmos, Cosmos2 support * Settings saved per character by default, but supports all Ace2 Profiles * Load/Delete settings from another character. Load built in Profiles. * Localized to work in almost all WoW clients. How do I use it? First unzip it into your interface\addons directory. For more info on installing, please read install.txt. Now just run WoW and once logged in, type /sctmenu to get the options screen. SCT_EVENT_CONFIG.LUA is used to setup custom message events. Please open up the file (notepad, etc...) and read the opening section to understand how to use it all. PLEASE NOTE - THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT FILE IN SCT. IF YOU DON'T READ IT AND USE IT, THEN YOU ARE MISSING OUT ON A TON OF WHAT SCT HAS TO OFFER IN CUSTOMIZATION /sctdisplay is used to create your own custom messages. Useage: /sctdisplay 'message' red(0-10) green(0-10) blue(0-10) Example: /sctdisplay 'Heal Me' 10 0 0 - This will display 'Heal Me' in bright red FAQ How do I get My Crits or My Hits to show? I would suggest you get SCTD: http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/fileinfo.php?id=4913 My custom event doesn't work. What's wrong? - Make sure you have the text exactly right, punctuation and capitalization matters. If you need help learning how to capture data, please see the examples or try this site http://lua-users.org/wiki/PatternsTutorial. If its still not working, please read about SCT_Event_Debug and SCT_Event_List in the bottom half of SCT_EVENT_CONFIG.LUA to learn how to add almost any chat event to SCT's search capabilities How do I change the text for parry, block, etc...? - open up the localiztions.lua file and look for the event you want to change. Then change the text to whatever you like. As of 4.1, you may also now add a custom event for these. As of 5.0 You will get notifications automatically for event specfic skills like Overpower, CounterAttack, etc... How do I get get text to scroll? I only see numbers! - Make sure the "Show Events as Message" option is unchecked. This is only if you want events to appear as static text (not scrolling/animated) I don't understand what the 2 frames are for! - Each frame lets you set different features. So you can set frame one using Sprinker animation and Default font, while frame 2 can be using Veritcle animation and Adventure font. You can then assign each event to a specfic frame using the radio buttons next to the events. There's too many options. Help someone new see how things work! - Try out some of the new built in profiles. While on the options screen, click the "Profiles" button. At the top of the window will be a listing of some default profiles to try out. Maybe you'll fine one you like or it will spark some ideas for you to try. How do I change the fonts? - You can now select from four fonts on the options page. You can also change the font of message and apply the font to the in game damage font used for your damage (requires relog) I don't like friendly nameplates on. How do I make my heals appear over who I heal? - Friendly nameplates have to be on in order to show your heals. SCT will turn them on if you turn on the option, but you must manually turn them off if you don't like it (see Target keybindings). I don't like the new spell icons, how do I turn them off? - There is an option to turn them off under the animation tab.

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Uploaded:04-09-2009

Questhelper v0.98

questhelper0.98.zip | 6.29 MB

Perfect Satyr Horn you can't find. It also computes the fastest path to complete all your quests - and gain experience - as quickly as possible. Project Status Posting semi-frequent versions at the moment. Most versions include an updated database, a few bugfixes, and yet more work on the next-gen data collection system. Progress is invisible, but constant. This version should work with Wrath. Note that not all Wrath quests may be in the database - this stuff is collected by you guys, and I rely on you submitting your collected data. ("/qh submit" for submission instructions, and thanks!) READ THIS BEFORE POSTING AND ASKING FOR HELP If you're confused by how to make it work, use the Curse Client. Apparently that works sometimes. I can't guarantee it, but they claim it will work. If it doesn't work, ask a friend of yours. There's enough spam on the comments here that I've kind of given up replying for a while. If it's a common issue, it's listed here. Crashing on login (generally in Dalaran): This is mostly fixed in 0.77. A true 100% fix will require some changes on Blizzard's end that I'm now campaigning for ;) Make sure you're using 0.77 or above. "Out Of Date" or "refusing to run out of fear of corrupting your saved data" or QuestHelper just plain not running: the addon directory seems to have been moved for people on Vista. Apparently it's in "C:UsersPublicGamesWorld of Warcraft". If you update plugins in the old directory, it just plain won't notice! At all! And you'll get one of the above errors. Update it in the new location. It doesn't show me any objectives on the map: Type "/qh hidden" and see why they're hidden. It reduces my framerate too much/uses too much CPU: I found and fixed a bug in /qh perf that was causing it to reduce CPU usage too much. To compensate, I reduced the /qh perf minimum to 1%. If you've adjusted /qh perf in the past, you may have to adjust it further down. Questhelper reduces your framerate significantly while it's loading - this is currently by design, as it loads faster. If you'd prefer a longer load time with lower CPU use, let me know in the comments (I'm not yet sure whether it's worth implementing a user preference for this.) Pretty much any issue with it not running: /qh hardreset. Try it! FAQ It doesn't work. What can I do? Three things. First, if there's a major issue with QuestHelper, you can type "/qh error" and it will show you the first error it ran into. If you post that in the comments here, one of the people who helps regularly may be able to solve your problem. If it just doesn't work, "/qh hardreset" will reset all your accumulated data and preferences, hopefully getting rid of weird problems. If you still can't see the quest tracker, "/qh treset" will try to force it into a visible position on your screen. If you're not seeing quests at all, even on your main map, "/qh hidden" will tell you why and let you change it. The combination of these three fixes ''most'' problems. If none of those help, disable your other plugins as a test to find incompatibilities. My framerate is low. What can I do? If you have any addons that enabled CPU profiling, turn it off, it greatly increases the amount of work WoW has to do. The command to do that is: /console set scriptProfile 0 /console reloadui If that doesn't make a difference for you, there's a slash command, /qh perf, that can scale the amount of work QuestHelper does per frame. Example: /qh perf 50% QuestHelper uses a lot of memory. What can I do to fix this? QuestHelper instrinsically uses a chunk of RAM. You can currently expect about 25m of usage. I'll reduce this when I can, but then I'll also probably increase it again as I add more data. There's really not anything you can do about this. Why aren't my quests showing up? /qh hidden will list everything that isn't being shown, along with the reason for it being hidden. If I send you my data, should I delete my copy? You'll save hard drive space, but lose any preferences you had saved. Your call. I'm fine either way. How can I get rid of that arrow over my character's head? Either /qh cartwp or /qh tomtom will hide the arrow. If you'd rather move it instead, you can drag it around by left clicking. . . unless it's been locked, in which case right click on it and unlock it first. How do get that 3D arrow pointing where to go? That arrow is part of Cartographer Waypoints. It should appear automatically as long as Cartographer is installed and running, and you haven't turned off that feature. If not, try /qh cartwp. If you have TomTom installed, you can have TomTom display your waypoint arrow instead. Again, it should just work, unless you've disabled it. /qh tomtom will toggle it. The Icons on my map are huge! How can anyone see anything? If you find the icons are too big for you, you may enter /qh scale X%, replacing X with some reasonable scale. I'd start with 80%, depending on how that looks you can try bigger or smaller numbers. Author(s) ZorbaTHut is the new maintainer of this project, and hopes that he will bludgeon it into shape and continue maintenance well through Wrath. In other words, any bugs after 0.49 are his fault. Smariot is the original developer of the package. Nesher and Vipersniper both made improvements while Smariot was still maintaining it, and are worthy of praise. How to avoid getting your account stolen. Simple explanation: Don't run any programs attached to UI mods. Just decompress them into your addons directory. The major site installers, like the Curse.com installer, are probably safe. Be suspicious of everyone and don't give out your password. There's a much longer and more detailed explanation here, which I recommend everyone read at least once. Despite persistent rumors, Questhelper does not contain anything that can steal your password. Such a thing isn't even possible. Usage For the most part, you just install it and leave it alone. It should hopefully be smart enough to do The Right Thing?, and not require you to meddle with it. The task QuestHelper thinks you should do first is displayed on your minimap, which you can mouse over for a description. If the task isn't in your current zone, then it will point towards where QuestHelper thinks you should go to get there, such as a flight master or the zone border. World Map All the tasks QuestHelper wants you to do are displayed on the World Map. There are 'marching ants' connecting the objectives, showing you the order QuestHelper thinks you should complete them in. You can right click on an objective to get a list of options for it. There is also a QuestHelper button in the upper right corner of the World Map. You can click it to hide QuestHelper temporarily, or right-click it for a menu of general options. Menus Using the menus should, hopefully, be obvious. The only catch might be that they don't automatically disappear if you click on something else. You can right click anywhere on a menu to hide it, or select the Close Menu command from the end of the menu. Priorities There are 5 different priority levels an objective can have: ''Highest, High, Normal, Low,'' and ''Lowest''. Most objectives default to ''Normal''. Objectives for timed quests default to ''High''. User created objectives default to ''Highest''. QuestHelper will try to arrange the objectives so that higher priority objectives get done first. The only time this won't happen is when an objective with a higher priority depends on an objective with a lower priority, in which case QuestHelper will pretend it had the higher priority. You will notice a green arrow in the priority menu when QuestHelper isn't using the priority you assigned. You can use priorities as hints to get the objectives in an order you'd prefer, without the need to micro-manage the route list. Filters There are 4 filters you can use to automatically ignore quest objectives, which you can turn on and off using the slash command /qh filter. The first filter is ''level'', which by default is on. It will cause QuestHelper to ignore any objectives that your current party probably isn't high enough to complete. You can adjust the level offset used by this filter with the command /qh level ''offset''. The next filter is ''zone'', which by default is off. It will cause QuestHelper to ignore any objectives that aren't in your current zone. Note that this filter might not do The Right Thing? for objectives that can be completed in multiple zones. The third filter is ''done'', which by default is off. It will hide objectives for any quests that aren't complete. You can use this if you don't want to quest and just want to turn the quests you do have in. The fourth filter is ''blocked'', which hides blocked objectives, i.e. ones that can't be done yet, such as quest turn-ins for incomplete quests. This is probably most useful if you prefer to hide the "ant trails", as the route it will compute will be somewhat of a lie. The fifth filter is ''watched'', which hides objectives that you are not currently tracking via WoW's built-in quest tracker. This gives you a lot of control over which quests QH shows, but also limits you to five quests tracked at once and can easily cause problems with route quality. You can force QuestHelper to show an objective that otherwise would have been filtered by typing /qh hidden and selecting ''Show'' from its entry in the menu. Sharing Sharing allows you to share your objectives with other party members, allowing you to combine your routes and work together effectively. Note that sharing only tells your peers what objectives you have, your completion progress for them, and the priorities you have assigned to them. Information such as item drops and monster locations are not shared. Each peer will take this information and calculate their own route from it. Assuming you stay together and work cooperatively, which was the whole idea behind this feature, your routes should end up being almost completely identical, and you can follow it and rest assured that nobody is getting left behide. Objectives shared by multiple users won't be removed until everybody has completed it. User objectives, by default, aren't shared. If there is somebody available to share with, an option will appear in the right-click menu for that objective to allow you to share it manually. Objective priorities are shared globally. If one user changes the priority of an objective, that change will be reflected in all peers. This, again, was done to ensure that everybody's routes end up being roughly identical, and so that peers would have the correct priorities for timed quests. And it's also a nice feature. Assuming the people you're partied with aren't ass hats. If they are, you're on your own. Slash Commands (May be somewhat out of date.) * /qh help Lists all the QuestHelper slash commands. ** /qh help ''command'' Tells you about a specific command. * /qh settings Opens the Settings menu at the current cursor location. Note that not all settings can be changed through the menu. * /qh track disables/enables QuestHelper's Quest Tracker, which provides status on your nearest objectives, in place of the default Tracker. * /qh hidden Displays a list of all the hidden objectives, why they are hidden, and depending on the reason, will allow you to unhide them. * /qh ftime Toggles the display of the flight time estimates. * /qh locale ''locale'' Sets the locale to use for displayed text., or lists possible locales if no argument is given. Defaults to your client's locale the first time you run QuestHelper. The only locale that is complete right now is '''enUS'''. Missing translations will be marked with red text. * /qh share Toggles objective sharing on and off. When on, will share quest objectives and progress with other party members that are using QuestHelper 0.17 or higher, and also have sharing enabled. * /qh solo Will disable quest sharing and ignore anyone you might be partied with, basically assume you will receive no aid from your party members. * /qh comm Toggles the display of the data sent between peers. I use this for debugging, but some people just love to stare at streams of meaningless data. It's really quite hypnotic. . . * /qh hide Hides QuestHelper's minimap arrow and World Map icons and paths, and suspends the calculation of routes. * /qh cartwp Toggles using Cartographer Waypoints to display your current objective. * /qh tomtom Toggles using TomTom to display waypoints for your current objective. * /qh button Toggles the QuestHelper button on the World Map frame. * /qh level ''offset'' Sets the level offset used by the level filter. Can be positive or negative. Invoke with no arguments to see the current offset and your effective level at various party sizes. ** /qh level 0 Only show quests at or below your own level. ** /qh level +2 Show quests up to two levels above your own level. This is the default. * /qh nag Prints counts of all the new or updated quests, objectives, etc, that you have found that aren't in the supplied database. Note: To reduce memory usage, QuestHelper deletes static quest data that doesn't belong to your faction. So, if you play both sides, it will always think the quests you did for the opposite faction are new. ** /qh nag verbose Displays the specific differences between your data and the static data. * /qh find ''category'' ''query'' Allows you to create custom objectives by searching for known items, NPCs, and locations. The queries allow fuzzy string matching, and so should happly accept typos and partial matches. Note that if you attempt to create an objective twice, it will instead hide it. ** /qh find item ''item-name'' Search for items. ** /qh find npc ''npc-name'' Search for NPCs or monsters. ** /qh find loc ''zone-name'' ''x'' ''y'' Search for a location in a zone. You may also use a comma, should you feel the need to. ** /qh find loc ''x'' ''y'' Search for a location in your current zone. ** /qh find ''search-string'' Searches in all categories. ** /qh find Invoking the find command without any arguments will instead display all your current user created objectives, allowing you to easily turn them off. * /qh filter ''filter-name'' Toggles objective filters on or off. ** /qh filter level Shows or hides objective that you probably can't do. Note that this considers the the levels of everyone in your party, not just you. If you're partied with somebody higher than you, it might not hide a quest that it otherwise would have. ** /qh filter zone Shows or hides objective that aren't in your current zone. ** /qh filter done Shows or hides quests that aren't complete. ** /qh filter blocked Shows or hides objectives that are blocked, i.e. require something else to be done first, such as turn-ins for incomplete quests. * /qh scale ''value'' Scales the map icons by this amount of their default size. Will accept a number or a percentage, in the range of 50-300%. * /qh perf ''value'' Scales the CPU workload for QuestHelper's route calculation routine. Will accept a numbere or a percentage, in the range 10-500% (although we don't recommend going above 100%). * /qh recalc Recreates the world graph and location and distance information for the active objectives. You probably don't need to worry about this. * /qh purge Deletes all your collected data. I'd prefer if you avoided using this any time other than immediately after sharing your collected data. Requires that you to enter a randomly generated 8 character case sensitive alphanumeric password, to hopefully ensure that people read the message that gets displayed. * /questhelper Alias for /qh. * /find, /qhfind, Alias for /qh find. * /qh find monster Alias for /qh find npc. * /qh find location Alias for /qh find loc. How You Can Help Data I need data. If you want to share your saved data with me, that'd be great. The file I need is stored in the following location, assuming you're using Windows and didn't change the installation path: C:Program FilesWorld of WarcraftWTFAccountACCOUNT_NAMESavedVariablesQuestHelper.lua Some have reported that for Vista their path is one of: C:UsersUSER_NAMEAppDataLocalVirtualStoreProgram FilesWorld of WarcraftWTFAccountACCOUNT_NAMESavedVariablesQuestHelper.lua C:UsersPublicGamesWorld of WarcraftWTFAccountACCOUNT_NAMESavedVariablesQuestHelper.lua To make things even more difficult, it seems that Windows might try 'help' you by hiding file extensions. This makes 'QuestHelper.lua' appear as 'QuestHelper'. Warcraft makes backups of all these files, so there is a 'QuestHelper.lua.bak' file in there as well, and without its file extension, it appears as 'QuestHelper.lua', but it isn't really and it's not actually the file I want. Be careful not to descend into the realm / character directories, we specifically want the SavedVariables directory. There are QuestHelper.lua files in the other directories as well, but they only store which flight routes your characters know, and aren't actually useful. On a similar note, I also don't want the file named SavedVariables.lua, which contains your UI preferences and is entirely unrelated. You can email it to me at: qhaddon@gmail.com This address is NOT the proper place to direct inquires about the addon.. that should be done in the comments below. NO messages sent to this address are EVER read as it receives more than anyone could hope to read. The only thing that logs into that account is an AUTOMATED script to download all the attachements. Many have asked how often to send in data. My personal preference is basically this: Look at the message QH displays when you first log in. If it says you have updated information on X quests, these are quests that you completed an objective for in a spot that QH had not seen before. Unless you have many, probably not worth your work of e-mailing it. However if QH says you have information on X new quests, you have completed a quest QH didn't know how to do. Please share! Someone out there will have that quest and thank you! Please note that the above has nothing to do with installing this AddOn. You install this AddOn the same way you would install any other AddOn, by unzipping it into the ''Interface/AddOns'' folder. And, of course, a huge thanks to everyone that has sent me their data so far. It's very much appreciated.

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Uploaded:04-09-2009

Hits Mode

hitsmoder61release.zip | 104.91 KB

customizable text. Features * Separate your combat into up to four windows * Colorize various parts of your combat log * Show or hide unit names, spell names, and sentence structure * Go with normal sentences or just the numbers * Multiple text layout options * Flags, color overlays, spell icons and raid icons let you see what's going on without a lot of text * Powerful filters let you see only what you want to * Personal combat summary counts your DPS, experience gained, and more * Copy your settings from character to character or save multiple presets * Integrated help system to get you started Frequently asked questions Why is this add-on named HitsMode? The name HitsMode comes from the EverQuest /hitsmode command, which also allows you to configure your combat log. Can HitsMode show timestamps, right align text, remove my chat window buttons, allow mouse wheel scrolling, change the font size of the combat log, allow my chat windows to be more resizable, etc? No. HitsMode intentionally does not offer many chat related features. Please use a separate chat add-on like Prat or Chatter. Why isn't the default Blizzard combat log going away? HitsMode will not disable or hide the default Blizzard combat log. You can try hiding it yourself or docking it behind another chat window. HitsMode is writing it's output to the Blizzard combat log window, but things aren't working properly! I don't recommend putting HitsMode output in the Blizzard combat log (window #2). This can lead to unexpected behavior and is unsupported. HitsMode will allow you to do it, however. For all other questions, please see the in-game knowledge base by opening the HitsMode options window and clicking the large ? icon. Getting started * Install HitsMode and login. You should see a message in your chat window that HitsMode loaded. If you don't see this message, the add-on hasn't loaded. Check your add-ons screen to make sure you haven't disabled it (this screen is available at character select). * HitsMode is ready to go out of the box. A new chat window should appear, called "HitsMode 1". This window will at first be hidden behind your General Chat window. Drag it out and put it somewhere else. * If you don't want to see the Blizzard default combat log, hide the Combat Log window or dock it behind General Chat. * To configure HitsMode, type /hitsmode or /hm * For further help, please click the ? icon at the top right of the options window. There are many topics available there to get you started. * If HitsMode doesn't work at all, check the following: o Add-on is installed in your Interface/AddOns folder o Add-on is enabled in WoW o You're using the English client o If you're upgrading from a previous version and something doesn't work, load the default options. This is available from the Presets tab. o If nothing works, you probably have an add-on that's conflicting with HitsMode. Some chat add-ons have been known to cause problems. Try disabling these and see if it helps. Contact me if you find a specific conflict and I'll see what I can do. History * HitsMode was first released in March 2005, about four months after WoW came out. * Allara is the original author of HitsMode. She has played WoW off and on since launch. * Elieehel and Tsurani have updated HitsMode in the past while Allara was gone. * WoW patch 2.4 (in March 2008) was Blizzard's first update to the combat log since launch. The new Blizzard combat log borrows some formatting ideas and even some of it's terminology from HitsMode. HitsMode and the default combat log are now similar in many ways, but HitsMode offers many more configuration possibilities and is suitable for advanced users.

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Uploaded:04-09-2009

Guild Craft

guildcraftv3.3.9_beta.zip | 164.79 KB

your LDB-Display of choice. Options can be found by right clicking the Launcher or using the slash command "/guildcraft" This addon is not intended to replace searching on wowhead or thottbot to find what you want. This is intended to show you what people can make once you found what you want. Features Main Browser The Main Browser shows by profession, with the listing off to the left hand side. All Bind on Pick up items are automatically filtered out. The Main area shows you who can craft the item, as well as displays the information about the item. The information displayed is in fact the enchant tooltip ( or Crafting Tooltip as if you had linked the item to someone from the tradeskill window). Also shows if they are online / off line or not in your current guild. You can shift Click the "Refresh" button to rebuild the cache. The Browser is Load on Demand and is a separate addon that comes packaged with Guild Craft. Shows when Left Clicking on the launcher A note about the search function The search function also looks at the item's tooltip. For example, searching for "red agi" for jewelcrafting will show any gem that fits a red slot that has agi on it. Searching "agi 60" in enchanting will show all enchants that do agi and where introduced in wrath. The search function is a multi-word explicit match method. Database Care Alternate Update, In the Database Functions section you can pull other people's data from someone else. Put in the player's name that has the data, and type in the player you need. This can be used to get information for people who are off line. Purge You can select a player to be removed from the database, however if that person is still in your guild they will auto update. This is not a blacklist feature. Database Options can be found by either Right Clicking on the Launcher or via /guildcraft Known Bugs * Patch 3.0.8 changed the link system, a database reset was added for that update. * Report have been made to the effect thats items are showing up or not showing where they should be for certain players in the browser. This has been identified as a problem with the way the system decodes the trade links. A fix is in the works.

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Uploaded:04-04-2009

nUI

nui_5.01.013_release.zip | 1.29 MB

detailed targeting information, an integrated HUD, cooldowns and more all in one tightly integrated single-source addon that requires no user configuration. nUI is not a compilation of addons, it is one single mod that provides all of the functionality required to replace the Blizzard default UI. It is small, fast and efficient, easy to install, easy to use and come patch day you only have to worry about updating one mod. Current Features... * No dependencies * No third party code, libraries or add-ons * 100% Original stand-alone code * Greatly reduced screen clutter * Integrated unit casting bars w/ latency * Advanced targeting info... Pet Target, ToT, ToTT * Detailed HUD including player casts, harmful auras, cooldowns and more * Integrated in-HUD threat meter (see notes) * Integrated in-HUD health race bar (see notes) * Advanced player casting bar with latency and GCD * Click-casting compatible unit, party and raid frames * Click-to-feed hunter pet happiness indicator on unit frames * Integrated battlefield highlighting of raid group numbers, hits and heals * Integrated player talent build/spec browsing in unit frames * Integrated cooldown counters, OOM and OOR indicators * Integrated range to target calculation * Integrated (de)buff displays for all units * Integrated (de)buff countdowns * Integrated mouse wheel minimap zoom-in and zoom-out * Integrated mouse wheel scrolling of chat and combat log * Integrated world coordinates and in-game clock * Integrated user interface reload "/nui rl" * Integrated support for Recount (damage meters) * Integrated support for Titan Panel and FuBar * Integrated support for Omen3 and KLH Threat meters * Integrated support for Clique * Automatic faction watching * Automatic management of MiniMap buttons * Expanded battlefield map * Adaptive buff/debuff display based on target reaction

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Uploaded:04-04-2009

nUI

nui_5.01.012_r.zip | 1.16 MB

detailed targeting information, an integrated HUD, cooldowns and more all in one tightly integrated single-source addon that requires no user configuration. nUI is not a compilation of addons, it is one single mod that provides all of the functionality required to replace the Blizzard default UI. It is small, fast and efficient, easy to install, easy to use and come patch day you only have to worry about updating one mod. Current Features... * No dependencies * No third party code, libraries or add-ons * 100% Original stand-alone code * Greatly reduced screen clutter * Integrated unit casting bars w/ latency * Advanced targeting info... Pet Target, ToT, ToTT * Detailed HUD including player casts, harmful auras, cooldowns and more * Integrated in-HUD threat meter (see notes) * Integrated in-HUD health race bar (see notes) * Advanced player casting bar with latency and GCD * Click-casting compatible unit, party and raid frames * Click-to-feed hunter pet happiness indicator on unit frames * Integrated battlefield highlighting of raid group numbers, hits and heals * Integrated player talent build/spec browsing in unit frames * Integrated cooldown counters, OOM and OOR indicators * Integrated range to target calculation * Integrated (de)buff displays for all units * Integrated (de)buff countdowns * Integrated mouse wheel minimap zoom-in and zoom-out * Integrated mouse wheel scrolling of chat and combat log * Integrated world coordinates and in-game clock * Integrated user interface reload "/nui rl" * Integrated support for Recount (damage meters) * Integrated support for Titan Panel and FuBar * Integrated support for Omen3 and KLH Threat meters * Integrated support for Clique * Automatic faction watching * Automatic management of MiniMap buttons * Expanded battlefield map * Adaptive buff/debuff display based on target reaction

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Uploaded:03-21-2009

QuestHelper

questhelper095.zip | 6.23 MB

Perfect Satyr Horn you can't find. It also computes the fastest path to complete all your quests - and gain experience - as quickly as possible. Project Status Posting semi-frequent versions at the moment. Most versions include an updated database, a few bugfixes, and yet more work on the next-gen data collection system. Progress is invisible, but constant. This version should work with Wrath. Note that not all Wrath quests may be in the database - this stuff is collected by you guys, and I rely on you submitting your collected data. ("/qh submit" for submission instructions, and thanks!) READ THIS BEFORE POSTING AND ASKING FOR HELP If you're confused by how to make it work, use the Curse Client. Apparently that works sometimes. I can't guarantee it, but they claim it will work. If it doesn't work, ask a friend of yours. There's enough spam on the comments here that I've kind of given up replying for a while. If it's a common issue, it's listed here. Crashing on login (generally in Dalaran): This is mostly fixed in 0.77. A true 100% fix will require some changes on Blizzard's end that I'm now campaigning for ;) Make sure you're using 0.77 or above. "Out Of Date" or "refusing to run out of fear of corrupting your saved data" or QuestHelper just plain not running: the addon directory seems to have been moved for people on Vista. Apparently it's in "C:UsersPublicGamesWorld of Warcraft". If you update plugins in the old directory, it just plain won't notice! At all! And you'll get one of the above errors. Update it in the new location. It doesn't show me any objectives on the map: Type "/qh hidden" and see why they're hidden. It reduces my framerate too much/uses too much CPU: I found and fixed a bug in /qh perf that was causing it to reduce CPU usage too much. To compensate, I reduced the /qh perf minimum to 1%. If you've adjusted /qh perf in the past, you may have to adjust it further down. Questhelper reduces your framerate significantly while it's loading - this is currently by design, as it loads faster. If you'd prefer a longer load time with lower CPU use, let me know in the comments (I'm not yet sure whether it's worth implementing a user preference for this.) Pretty much any issue with it not running: /qh hardreset. Try it! Slash Commands (May be somewhat out of date.) * /qh help Lists all the QuestHelper slash commands. ** /qh help ''command'' Tells you about a specific command. * /qh settings Opens the Settings menu at the current cursor location. Note that not all settings can be changed through the menu. * /qh track disables/enables QuestHelper's Quest Tracker, which provides status on your nearest objectives, in place of the default Tracker. * /qh hidden Displays a list of all the hidden objectives, why they are hidden, and depending on the reason, will allow you to unhide them. * /qh ftime Toggles the display of the flight time estimates. * /qh locale ''locale'' Sets the locale to use for displayed text., or lists possible locales if no argument is given. Defaults to your client's locale the first time you run QuestHelper. The only locale that is complete right now is '''enUS'''. Missing translations will be marked with red text. * /qh share Toggles objective sharing on and off. When on, will share quest objectives and progress with other party members that are using QuestHelper 0.17 or higher, and also have sharing enabled. * /qh solo Will disable quest sharing and ignore anyone you might be partied with, basically assume you will receive no aid from your party members. * /qh comm Toggles the display of the data sent between peers. I use this for debugging, but some people just love to stare at streams of meaningless data. It's really quite hypnotic. . . * /qh hide Hides QuestHelper's minimap arrow and World Map icons and paths, and suspends the calculation of routes. * /qh cartwp Toggles using Cartographer Waypoints to display your current objective. * /qh tomtom Toggles using TomTom to display waypoints for your current objective. * /qh button Toggles the QuestHelper button on the World Map frame. * /qh level ''offset'' Sets the level offset used by the level filter. Can be positive or negative. Invoke with no arguments to see the current offset and your effective level at various party sizes. ** /qh level 0 Only show quests at or below your own level. ** /qh level 2 Show quests up to two levels above your own level. This is the default. * /qh nag Prints counts of all the new or updated quests, objectives, etc, that you have found that aren't in the supplied database. Note: To reduce memory usage, QuestHelper deletes static quest data that doesn't belong to your faction. So, if you play both sides, it will always think the quests you did for the opposite faction are new. ** /qh nag verbose Displays the specific differences between your data and the static data. * /qh find ''category'' ''query'' Allows you to create custom objectives by searching for known items, NPCs, and locations. The queries allow fuzzy string matching, and so should happly accept typos and partial matches. Note that if you attempt to create an objective twice, it will instead hide it. ** /qh find item ''item-name'' Search for items. ** /qh find npc ''npc-name'' Search for NPCs or monsters. ** /qh find loc ''zone-name'' ''x'' ''y'' Search for a location in a zone. You may also use a comma, should you feel the need to. ** /qh find loc ''x'' ''y'' Search for a location in your current zone. ** /qh find ''search-string'' Searches in all categories. ** /qh find Invoking the find command without any arguments will instead display all your current user created objectives, allowing you to easily turn them off. * /qh filter ''filter-name'' Toggles objective filters on or off. ** /qh filter level Shows or hides objective that you probably can't do. Note that this considers the the levels of everyone in your party, not just you. If you're partied with somebody higher than you, it might not hide a quest that it otherwise would have. ** /qh filter zone Shows or hides objective that aren't in your current zone. ** /qh filter done Shows or hides quests that aren't complete. ** /qh filter blocked Shows or hides objectives that are blocked, i.e. require something else to be done first, such as turn-ins for incomplete quests. * /qh scale ''value'' Scales the map icons by this amount of their default size. Will accept a number or a percentage, in the range of 50-300%. * /qh perf ''value'' Scales the CPU workload for QuestHelper's route calculation routine. Will accept a numbere or a percentage, in the range 10-500% (although we don't recommend going above 100%). * /qh recalc Recreates the world graph and location and distance information for the active objectives. You probably don't need to worry about this. * /qh purge Deletes all your collected data. I'd prefer if you avoided using this any time other than immediately after sharing your collected data. Requires that you to enter a randomly generated 8 character case sensitive alphanumeric password, to hopefully ensure that people read the message that gets displayed. * /questhelper Alias for /qh. * /find, /qhfind, Alias for /qh find. * /qh find monster Alias for /qh find npc. * /qh find location Alias for /qh find loc.

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Uploaded:03-21-2009

BadBoy: Anti Spam Automatic Reporter

badboyv2221.zip | 8.52 KB

spam blockers?[/b] BadBoy is made to be extremely light, simple, has no ingame options, and works automatically without asking the user. [b]But what if I want to know who I'm reporting?[/b] Sure, ingame EXACTLY type: /script BADBOY_POPUP = true Now every time spam is blocked a popup will appear asking you to report the spammer. Use "false" to go back to automatic. Please post missed spam at http://forums.wowace.com/showthread.php?t=12178

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Uploaded:03-21-2009

BindPad

bindpad202b.zip | 20.26 KB

its frame. You can drag and drop anything into one of these slots, and click the slot to set KeyBindings. To use BindPad- (1) Type /bindpad or /bp to display BindPad frame. (Also you can find "Toggle BindPad" Keybinding command in standard KeyBindings frame of Blizzard-UI.) (2) Open spellbook frame (p), you bag (b), or Macro Panel (/macro). (Also you can use three mini-icons on BindPad frame to open these windows.) (3) Drag an spell icon, item icon, or macro icon using left button drag and drop it onto the BindPad window. (Maybe you need shift key left button drag if action bars are locked.) (4) Now you see the icon placed on BindPad frame. Click it, and a dialog window "Press a key to bind" will appear. (5) Type a key to bind. And click 'Close' button. (6) When you want to remove icons from BindPad frame, simply drag away the icon and press right click to delete it. Note that KeyBinding itself will not be unbinded when you delete the icon. To unbind it, click the icon and click Unbind button on the dialog window. Also you can simply override Keybindings.

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Uploaded:03-19-2009

nUI Lite

nui_5.01.00_lite.zip | 1.16 MB

detailed targeting information, an integrated HUD, cooldowns and more all in one tightly integrated single-source addon that requires no user configuration. nUI is not a compilation of addons, it is one single mod that provides all of the functionality required to replace the Blizzard default UI. It is small, fast and efficient, easy to install, easy to use and come patch day you only have to worry about updating one mod. Current Features... * No dependencies * No third party code, libraries or add-ons * 100% Original stand-alone code * Greatly reduced screen clutter * Integrated unit casting bars w/ latency * Advanced targeting info... Pet Target, ToT, ToTT * Detailed HUD including player casts, harmful auras, cooldowns and more * Integrated in-HUD threat meter (see notes) * Integrated in-HUD health race bar (see notes) * Advanced player casting bar with latency and GCD * Click-casting compatible unit, party and raid frames * Click-to-feed hunter pet happiness indicator on unit frames * Integrated battlefield highlighting of raid group numbers, hits and heals * Integrated player talent build/spec browsing in unit frames * Integrated cooldown counters, OOM and OOR indicators * Integrated range to target calculation * Integrated (de)buff displays for all units * Integrated (de)buff countdowns * Integrated mouse wheel minimap zoom-in and zoom-out * Integrated mouse wheel scrolling of chat and combat log * Integrated world coordinates and in-game clock * Integrated user interface reload "/nui rl" * Integrated support for Recount (damage meters) * Integrated support for Titan Panel and FuBar * Integrated support for Omen3 and KLH Threat meters * Integrated support for Clique * Automatic faction watching * Automatic management of MiniMap buttons * Expanded battlefield map * Adaptive buff/debuff display based on target reaction Please note, the free download version of nUI (nUI Lite) does not contain all of the features and benefits of the subscriber version of nUI (nUI Pro) -- nUI Lite only supports solo unit panels, party unit panels and 10 man raids among other limitations. The 15, 20, 25 and 40 man raid panels and other benefits are only available in nUI Pro which is only available via direct e-mail to nUI's supporters.

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Uploaded:03-19-2009

QuestHelper

questhelper094.zip | 6.23 MB

Perfect Satyr Horn you can't find. It also computes the fastest path to complete all your quests - and gain experience - as quickly as possible. QuestHelper currently survives on donations! Anything you can contribute is appreciated. QuestHelper makes your $15/month World of Warcraft subscription more enjoyable, and only a few dollars a month ensures that I'll keep it running forever :) [url=http://www.quest-helper.com/donate][img]https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/btn_donate_LG.gif[/img][/url] Project Status Posting semi-frequent versions at the moment. Most versions include an updated database, a few bugfixes, and yet more work on the next-gen data collection system. Progress is invisible, but constant. This version should work with Wrath. Note that not all Wrath quests may be in the database - this stuff is collected by you guys, and I rely on you submitting your collected data. ("/qh submit" for submission instructions, and thanks!) READ THIS BEFORE POSTING AND ASKING FOR HELP If you're confused by how to make it work, use the Curse Client. Apparently that works sometimes. I can't guarantee it, but they claim it will work. If it doesn't work, ask a friend of yours. There's enough spam on the comments here that I've kind of given up replying for a while. If it's a common issue, it's listed here. Crashing on login (generally in Dalaran): This is mostly fixed in 0.77. A true 100% fix will require some changes on Blizzard's end that I'm now campaigning for ;) Make sure you're using 0.77 or above. "Out Of Date" or "refusing to run out of fear of corrupting your saved data" or QuestHelper just plain not running: the addon directory seems to have been moved for people on Vista. Apparently it's in "C:UsersPublicGamesWorld of Warcraft". If you update plugins in the old directory, it just plain won't notice! At all! And you'll get one of the above errors. Update it in the new location. It doesn't show me any objectives on the map: Type "/qh hidden" and see why they're hidden. It reduces my framerate too much/uses too much CPU: I found and fixed a bug in /qh perf that was causing it to reduce CPU usage too much. To compensate, I reduced the /qh perf minimum to 1%. If you've adjusted /qh perf in the past, you may have to adjust it further down. Questhelper reduces your framerate significantly while it's loading - this is currently by design, as it loads faster. If you'd prefer a longer load time with lower CPU use, let me know in the comments (I'm not yet sure whether it's worth implementing a user preference for this.) Pretty much any issue with it not running: /qh hardreset. Try it!

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Uploaded:03-19-2009

qComments

qcommentsv302.zip | 3.8 MB

usage * Characters at a lower level will use only one database, higher level characters will use two databases * Level requirements for each quest are shown Information: This addon is maintained only to keep the database updated and the code compatible. Please do not request modifications or additional functionality. Dependencies: * no other addons required, just use the standard questlog to show the comments * nQuestLog, QuestGuru or MonkeyQuest can optionally be used * Cartographer can optionally be used to get minimap notes from commentaries Usage: * Open your QuestLog * Press and hold down ALT key * Click on a quest title - Comments table shows up To hide the comments table: * Hold down ALT key and click on the same quest title again Usage with nQuestLog or QuestGuru or MonkeyQuest: * Expand some quests in the quest frame (be sure the frame is locked) * Press and hold down ALT key * Move cursor over a quest name - Comments table shows up To hide the comments table: * While still holding down ALT key move cursor anywhere outside the questlog frame To keep the comments table open: * Release ALT key before moving cursor Additional usage (Cartographer addon needed): To set notes on minimap manually: * Press CTRL and ALT to show the comments - qComments (weekly) will try to find coordinates in the commentaries and place a red X on the minimap To remove notes from minimap manually: * Press SHIFT and ALT to show the comments - qComments (weekly) will delete every red X which belongs to the quest and was placed before on the minimap /qcm setnotes [on/off] toggles placing notes (red X) on the minimap on quest acquire using coordinates found in the quest comments /qcm deletenotes [on/off] toggles deletion of notes from minimap on quest completion

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Uploaded:03-19-2009

PetShop

petshop305.zip | 4.99 KB

I have 9 other toons, I wonder which ones already knew the Macaw. When I got back to town I mailed it to my first alt. When he opened his mail it said he already knew the [Green Wing Macaw]. Now I had to mail to to my next alt. My 5th toon wound up being the one needing the Macaw. What a pain in the butt. I went to all the major addon sites and started looking for an addon that could show me what Companions my toons knew. After several hours I turned up nothing. While I have never written an addon for WoW or used LUA I have been a programmer for several years so I decided to make my own and after several days PetShop was born. PetShop will track every Companion your toons knows and add lines to the GameTooltip to show you which toons currently have that Companion and which toons are missing it. PetShop currently works with every tooltip I can think of, Mailbox, Backpack, Auction House, Trade Window, Loot Window, Chat Links and the Companion Frame. As of version 3.0.5 I have added the ability to "Ignore" any toon. All you need to do is while you are logged on with the toon you want to ignore just type "/petshop ignore". If the current toon is being show it will now be ignored, if it is currently being ignored it will now be shown.

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Uploaded:03-19-2009

WIM (WoW Instant Messenger)

wim308.zip | 1.04 MB

play in mind, WIM has a large array of options where you can customize how WIM interacts during different situations, such as while you are in combat or in town talking to friends or selling your crafts. Some of WIM's major features are: -Tabbed or windowed messages -History -Filtering -Fully customizable -SKINS -and more... To keep up to date with WIM and its developement, be sure to visit http://www.wimaddon.com. WIMAddon.com is a great place to converse with the developers and users of WIM. *I welcome all comments and suggestions. It is the wow community which helps in creating a success. **Special thanks to everyone who has helped me test this addon.

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Uploaded:02-03-2009

QuestHelper

questhelper086.zip | 5.89 MB

Perfect Satyr Horn you can't find. It also computes the fastest path to complete all your quests - and gain experience - as quickly as possible. Project Status Posting semi-frequent versions at the moment. Most versions include an updated database, a few bugfixes, and yet more work on the next-gen data collection system. Progress is invisible, but constant. This version should work with Wrath. Note that not all Wrath quests may be in the database - this stuff is collected by you guys, and I rely on you submitting your collected data. ("/qh submit" for submission instructions, and thanks!) READ THIS BEFORE POSTING AND ASKING FOR HELP If you're confused by how to make it work, use the Curse Client. Apparently that works sometimes. I can't guarantee it, but they claim it will work. If it doesn't work, ask a friend of yours. There's enough spam on the comments here that I've kind of given up replying for a while. If it's a common issue, it's listed here. Crashing on login (generally in Dalaran): This is mostly fixed in 0.77. A true 100% fix will require some changes on Blizzard's end that I'm now campaigning for ;) Make sure you're using 0.77 or above. "Out Of Date" or "refusing to run out of fear of corrupting your saved data" or QuestHelper just plain not running: the addon directory seems to have been moved for people on Vista. Apparently it's in "C:UsersPublicGamesWorld of Warcraft". If you update plugins in the old directory, it just plain won't notice! At all! And you'll get one of the above errors. Update it in the new location. It doesn't show me any objectives on the map: Type "/qh hidden" and see why they're hidden. It reduces my framerate too much/uses too much CPU: I found and fixed a bug in /qh perf that was causing it to reduce CPU usage too much. To compensate, I reduced the /qh perf minimum to 1%. If you've adjusted /qh perf in the past, you may have to adjust it further down. Questhelper reduces your framerate significantly while it's loading - this is currently by design, as it loads faster. If you'd prefer a longer load time with lower CPU use, let me know in the comments (I'm not yet sure whether it's worth implementing a user preference for this.) Pretty much any issue with it not running: /qh hardreset. Try it!

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Uploaded:02-03-2009

nUI

nui41600beta.zip | 1.25 MB

information, an integrated HUD, cooldowns and more all in a tightly integrated single-source addon that requires no user configuration. In the long run, nUI is intended as an alternative to a pile of add-ons such as custom unit frames, custom action bars, HUDs, minimap mods and so on. It is *NOT* the intention of this mod to be compatible with every other mod that exists. In many cases, it is the intention of this mod to replace other third party mods with a single tightly integrated and efficient mod. There are many features built into nUI, please take the time to read this description and notes so you are aware of the available features and options! In addition, I do try to keep accurate notes about changes made in each release and known bugs. Please review the patch notes and known issues when you have questions. Currently supports integration of Titan Panel, FuBar, Mob-Info2, Recount, Omen3, KLH Threat Meter and Threat 2.0. nUI is compatible with nearly all third party mods including popular mods such as DBM, Auctioneer, Grid, Healbot, SCT, etc. Current Features... * No dependencies * No third party add-ons * 100% Original stand-alone code * Greatly reduced screen clutter * Integrated unit casting bars w/ latency * Advanced targeting info... Pet Target, ToT, ToTT * Detailed HUD including player casts, harmful auras, cooldowns and more * Integrated in-HUD threat meter (see notes) * Integrated in-HUD health race bar (see notes) * Advanced player casting bar with latency and GCD * Click-casting compatible unit, party and raid frames * Click-to-feed hunter pet happiness indicator on unit frames * Integrated battlefield highlighting of raid group numbers, hits and heals * Integrated player talent build/spec browsing in unit frames * Integrated cooldown counters, OOM and OOR indicators * Integrated range to target calculation * Integrated (de)buff displays for all units * Integrated (de)buff countdowns * Integrated mouse wheel minimap zoom-in and zoom-out * Integrated mouse wheel scrolling of chat and combat log * Integrated world coordinates and in-game clock * Integrated user interface reload "/nui rl" * Integrated support for MobInfo2 (mob health and data) * Integrated support for Recount (damage meters) * Integrated support for Titan Panel and FuBar * Integrated support for Omen3, Threat 2.0 and KLH Threat meters * Automatic faction watching * Automatic management of MiniMap buttons * Expanded battlefield map * Adaptive buff/debuff display based on target reaction

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Uploaded:02-03-2009

Fubar Proffesions FU

fubarprofessionsfu304.zip | 121.93 KB

Clicking on a gathering professions has no effect.

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Uploaded:02-03-2009

Titan Panel (Defense)

titandefense3.zip | 21.26 KB

within the last 40 seconds the bar will show the area and number of attacks seen there. · Eliminates 'zone is under attack!' spam in chat. · Tooltip gives details on areas attacked, number of attacks seen and time since the last attack. · You can view attacks by most recent or most frequent, by subzone or zone (Crossroads = subzone, The Barrens = zone) · Local attacks are marked as such. Note that the mod does not know all zone subzones. It will monitor LocalDef and all zone changes and save any new zones to your SavedVariables. Please see How You Can Help below. · Will autojoin WorldDef and LocalDef. You can turn off the chat window option to show WorldDef and LocalDef if you wish (I do it myself), but nonetheless you still need to be in the channels. All output can be suppressed and is so by default. Bug Reports Please direct all issues and feature requests to the Google Code Titan development page. As a member of that team, I do monitor issue tickets. Special Instructions · None Problem Escalation · If you are having issues, please following the instructions under Bug Reports above. Known Issues See Known Issues/Bugs tab. Included · TitanDefense Dependencies · Titan (Titan Panel)

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Uploaded:02-03-2009

QComments

qcommentsv3.zip | 3.75 MB

(currently only with English quest name support) * Comments are sorted by rating, highest first * All data is loaded on demand to decrease memory usage * Characters at a lower level will use only one database, higher level characters will use two databases * Level requirements for each quest are shown Information: This addon is maintained only to keep the database updated and the code compatible. Please do not request modifications or additional functionality. Dependencies: * nQuestLog is required to get qComments (weekly) to work * Cartographer can optionally be used to get minimap notes from commentaries Usage: * Expand some quests in nQuestLog frame (be sure the frame is locked) * Press and hold down ALT key * Move cursor over a quest name * comments table shows up To hide the comments table: * While still holding down ALT key move cursor anywhere outside nQuestLog frame To keep the comments table open: * Release ALT key before moving cursor Additional usage (Cartographer addon needed): To set notes on minimap manually: * Press CTRL-ALT and move cursor over a quest name/subject in nQuestLog -> qComments (weekly) will try to find coordinates in the commentaries and place a red X on the minimap To remove notes from minimap manually: * Press SHIFT-ALT and move cursor over a quest name/subject in nQuestLog -> qComments (weekly) will delete every red X which belongs to the quest and was placed before on the minimap /qcm setnotes [on/off] toggles placing notes (red X) on the minimap on quest acquire using coordinates found in the quest comments /qcm deletenotes [on/off] toggles deletion of notes from minimap on quest completion __________________________________________________ Please leave some feedback and ratings if you like the addon! :) ~gr11x

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Uploaded:01-13-2009

HealBot Continued

healbot30313.zip | 2.5 MB

options and configure spells, cures and buffs. Updating Troubles ***** If you get nil errors after updating ***** 1: Completely log off WoW 2: Run the .BAT file in the Healbot addon folder, this clears old saved Healbot settings from your WTF folder. 3: Logon to WoW on your main Healer. 4: As a priority you should open the options and configure spells, cures and buffs. The download contains the following folders * Healbot = This is the main addon * SharedMedia = This is an ace addon coded by another author, it is designed to be used by addons to give lots of textures, fonts and sounds. This addon is recommended. * TitanHealBot = This is a plugin for the Titan bar addon, TitanHealBot is an optional plugin for people who use Titan. Healbot main site: http://healbot.alturl.com/ Please post feedback and bug reports to http://healbot.alturl.com Available on the site: * Interactive FAQ * Forum * Wiki * Polls * Downloads * Videos HealBot allows for 20 key mouse combinations to cast any beneficial spells. HealBot allows for 20 key mouse combinations to cast on disabled bars. HealBot can track and display who has aggro Any usable item can be added to all combos. Any existing macro can be added to all combos. Target, Focus and Assist can be added to all combos HealBot can be used for decursive functions HealBot can be used for monitoring buffs and buffing HealBots appearance can be configured and preferred appearances can be saved as skins. HealBot can show party/tanks/checked targets/extras in a raid, extras can be filtered and sorted. Multiple HealBots in a party/raid sync incoming heals. HealBot will accurately range check at all times for spells and items. HealBot has a built in res monitor and is compatible with CTRA (CTRA not required) HealBot has a SmartCast out of combat option, this will cast a spell in the following order.. 1. res 2. decurse 3. buff 4. heal 5. user setting A graphical guide to Healbot options can be found in the addon's Docs directory. YouTube videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/HealBotContinued Titan Bar users Plugin for HealBot 2.x available here: http://healbot.alturl.com/ Performance related issues. To identify CPU usage of all your addons. 1: Open Options and on the general tab enable "Use CPU Profiler" 2: Go to a BG or similar, allow the profiler to run for at least 10mins. 3: Open Options and click the Info button, it will show CPU/MEM/Comms usage for all addons. Note: Using the CPU Profiler is CPU intensive, you might experience a drop in fps. Be sure to turn it off when done. --- Before reporting bugs --- Make sure you have the latest version and have set the Defaults. Report bugs here: http://healbot.alturl.com/ --- Before asking questions --- 1. Make sure you have read the FAQ's and Quick Guide below. 2. Check the latest FAQs here: http://healbot.alturl.com/ Slash Commands: /hb o - open options panel /hb x - initiate spells and equipment bonuses /hb ri - reset bars displayed /hb info - display versions of Healbot in party/raid /hb ui - reload ui /hb defaults - Reset default options /hb show - reset the position of the bars to default /hb cb - Clears the BlackList

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Uploaded:01-13-2009

nUI

nui41100beta.zip | 1.21 MB

information, an integrated HUD, cooldowns and more all in a tightly integrated single-source addon that requires no user configuration. Current Features... * No dependencies * No third party add-ons * 100% Original stand-alone code * Greatly reduced screen clutter * Integrated unit casting bars w/ latency * Advanced targeting info... Pet Target, ToT, ToTT * Detailed HUD including player casts, harmful auras, cooldowns and more * Integrated in-HUD threat meter (see notes) * Integrated in-HUD health race bar (see notes) * Advanced player casting bar with latency and GCD * Click-casting compatible unit, party and raid frames * Click-to-feed hunter pet happiness indicator on unit frames * Integrated battlefield highlighting of raid group numbers, hits and heals * Integrated player talent build/spec browsing in unit frames * Integrated cooldown counters, OOM and OOR indicators * Integrated range to target calculation * Integrated (de)buff displays for all units * Integrated (de)buff countdowns * Integrated mouse wheel minimap zoom-in and zoom-out * Integrated mouse wheel scrolling of chat and combat log * Integrated world coordinates and in-game clock * Integrated user interface reload "/nui rl" * Integrated support for MobInfo2 (mob health and data) * Integrated support for Recount (damage meters) * Integrated support for Titan Panel and FuBar * Integrated support for Omen3, Threat 2.0 and KLH Threat meters * Automatic faction watching * Automatic management of MiniMap buttons * Expanded battlefield map * Adaptive buff/debuff display based on target reaction

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Uploaded:01-13-2009

Quest Helper

questhelper083.zip | 5.66 MB

Perfect Satyr Horn you can't find. It also computes the fastest path to complete all your quests - and gain experience - as quickly as possible. QuestHelper currently survives on donations! Anything you can contribute is appreciated. QuestHelper makes your $15/month World of Warcraft subscription more enjoyable, and only a few dollars a month ensures that I'll keep it running forever :) [url=http://www.quest-helper.com/donate][img]https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/btn_donate_LG.gif[/img][/url] Project Status Posting semi-frequent versions at the moment. Most versions include an updated database, a few bugfixes, and yet more work on the next-gen data collection system. Progress is invisible, but constant. This version should work with Wrath. Note that not all Wrath quests may be in the database - this stuff is collected by you guys, and I rely on you submitting your collected data. ("/qh submit" for submission instructions, and thanks!) READ THIS BEFORE POSTING AND ASKING FOR HELP If you're confused by how to make it work, use the Curse Client. Apparently that works sometimes. I can't guarantee it, but they claim it will work. If it doesn't work, ask a friend of yours. There's enough spam on the comments here that I've kind of given up replying for a while. If it's a common issue, it's listed here. Crashing on login (generally in Dalaran): This is mostly fixed in 0.77. A true 100% fix will require some changes on Blizzard's end that I'm now campaigning for ;) Make sure you're using 0.77 or above. "Out Of Date" or "refusing to run out of fear of corrupting your saved data" or QuestHelper just plain not running: the addon directory seems to have been moved for people on Vista. Apparently it's in "C:UsersPublicGamesWorld of Warcraft". If you update plugins in the old directory, it just plain won't notice! At all! And you'll get one of the above errors. Update it in the new location. It doesn't show me any objectives on the map: Type "/qh hidden" and see why they're hidden. It reduces my framerate too much/uses too much CPU: I found and fixed a bug in /qh perf that was causing it to reduce CPU usage too much. To compensate, I reduced the /qh perf minimum to 1%. If you've adjusted /qh perf in the past, you may have to adjust it further down. Questhelper reduces your framerate significantly while it's loading - this is currently by design, as it loads faster. If you'd prefer a longer load time with lower CPU use, let me know in the comments (I'm not yet sure whether it's worth implementing a user preference for this.) Pretty much any issue with it not running: /qh hardreset. Try it!

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Uploaded:12-19-2008

QuestGuru

questguru097.zip | 131.67 KB

quests that have been completed since installing QuestGuru. It uses a side-by-side quest log format to show you more quest titles than the built-in quest log. It also enhances the quest tracker, giving it more options and a better look. Features include: - Displaying quest starters and finishers - Coloring of important names and places in the quest description - Built-in announcer with customizable messages - Abandoned quest log - View progress of your alts, party members, and guild members on quests you have in common QuestGuru is now available on GoogleCode. Click here to view QuestGuru's Google Code page. I will keep WoWUI updated like I always have, but GoogleCode is the place to go if you want pre-release versions. LATEST RELEASE: Dec 18, 2008 Version 0.9.7 ------------- * Added French localization * Added quest count to Quest Log and History Log headers, with option to disable * Added option to change objective item bullet symbol in tracker * Fixed bug that the quest "Northern Cooking" exposed * Upgraded ChatThrottleLib to version 20 * Code cleanup to hopefully improve performance * Other minor bug fixes PLEASE READ THE FAQ AND KNOWN ISSUES BEFORE POSTING A BUG REPORT F A Q ==================== Q. Why can't I see the History, Abandon, etc. tab? A. All tabs other than "Current" will ONLY be shown if there is something to display on that page. For instance, if you don't have any abandoned quests, the Abandon tab will not be visible. Q. Can I import my history from QuestHistory? A. Unfortunately, QuestHistory didn't save the information that QuestGuru would need to properly import the history. KNOWN ISSUES ==================== For LightHeaded users: Please make sure you are always using the latest version of LightHeaded. Especially as WoW patches are released, both QuestGuru and LightHeaded get updated, and can become incompatible if either is too out of date. For other known issues, see the Known Issues tab above. WHEN POSTING A BUG REPORT - Please include the version of QuestGuru you are using and copy/paste the error message you receive. Pleast note: If you are currently using another quest log replacement, such as Bayi's EQL, you MUST disable it when using QuestGuru. Using multiple quest log replacements will cause errors.

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Uploaded:12-19-2008

Xbar

xbar311.zip | 362.1 KB

(rotate/reverse) * Sizeable * Modular: Lets you easily create add-ons using this framework * Customizable: Add your own unique features to your bar * Pop-out menus: Use the toggle buttons * Dynamic, all-in-one configuration window * Supporting option sets for each or multiple characters * Localized in several languages * Skinnable via ButtonFacade * Customizable Key Bindings USAGE * /xbar help * /xbar config * /xbar show * /xbar hide * /xbar resetpos * /xbar toggle * /xbar options new * /xbar options set # * /xbar options view * /xbar options delete # * Move the bars by Ctrl right click and drag * The toggle command shows/hides the toggle buttons SHIPS WITH THESE BARS AND SPECIAL FEATURES * XAspectBar - Supports Action Bar switching * XBuffBar * XPetStuffBar - Also includes floating Pet XP Bar * XPortalsBar * XRogueBar * XSealBar * XTotemBar - Includes totem timers * XTrackBar * XTradeBar * XTrapBar * XWarlockBar OTHER PLUGIN SUPPORT The following add-ons ship with XBar which add functionality for additional mods: * XBarLocalizer - This mod allows easier update of localizations. * XBar_cyCircled - This mod allows XBars to be skinned using cyCircled. INSTALLATION NOTES * To install, extract the .ZIP file to your WoW Addons folder * EXAMPLE: C:Program FilesWorld of WarcraftInterfaceAddOns * Install the other bars you want in the same fashion * XBAR MUST BE INSTALLED AND ENABLED FOR THE OTHER XBAR ADDONS TO WORK * XBar does not provide action bars for itself SPECIAL THANKS * Permetheus (Original Author of 'AspectBar' and 'TrapBar') * Murkeli (Author of 'TrackBar') * CRiSPyToWN (for keeping the bar mods going and making some new bars) * Cilraaz (Author of 'BlessingBar' and 'SealBar' * The following people for localization help: Norova (zhTW), PeliasLMEP (esES), Aphelandra - Todeskrallen (deDE), Jokhond (frFR), Gerar (esES) * dtylerb and Ravenswing for making and keeping XPortalBar a success. See xportalsbarreadme.txt. * A HUGE thanks to all of those in the WoW community that have helped to make these previous mods a success, and to those who convinced me to keep these things going. ADDON-SPECIFIC NOTES * See readme.txt in each add-on folder for additional information about included features for that specific add-on. If there is no file, either the author didn't explain it fully or there are no add-on specific features that are not self explanatory or generic to XBar. TROUBLESHOOTING & FAQ * See FAQ.txt for additional info on how to use the advanced features of XBar and troubleshoot issues before posting a question or issue here.

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126 downloads

Uploaded:12-19-2008

Bank GUI

bankgui.zip | 12.55 KB

equipped ) get updated only when you open your Bank. Trade skills get updated every time you open a trade skill window (this includes Cooking etcetera). To view the list, go to social (O), then click the "Bank" tab at the bottom right of the social window. In this BankGUI window you can click a single item to get detailed information, or filter the list by selecting a character from the drop down list and/or type a searchtext to show only those items. Your characters will get added to the drop down list once you have logged onto them. Now also supports Guild bank items. When you open the guild bank, items will get added. Click the Guild checkbox to change to Guild item list. Character drop down will now be Guild drop down. Item type drop down (items, trade skills, everything) will be disabled as there are no trade skills in Guild bank. Total gold will now be Gold per guild.

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352 downloads

Uploaded:12-05-2008

SF Skins

sfskins.zip | 160.9 KB

few years ago and seemed to disappear called Diivskins. I have held onto and used Diivskins since I began playing a few years ago and hated to see it go as it seems the original author has dropped it. The original Diivskins put up the artwork but relied on another mod to move and size the art. I have added these features directly in SFSkins. I would like to thank the original author for making Diivskins and I have kept some of the code and graphics in his honor. SFSkins is stand alone, needs no other mods to function. Remember this is just artwork. You will need to use your favorite action button mod in conjunction with SFSkins. You can use the game menu to activate SFskins of type "/sfs toggle" to toggle the configuration screen off and on. Features: * Game Menu Button to show SFSkins * 10 configuable horizontal bars with 12 button slots * 10 configurable vertical bars with 12 button slots * 10 configurable end caps with 32 styles * 10 configurable miscellaneous bits with 30 styles * Layouts are saved per character * All Movable and sizable This is my first mod I have posted for the community so go easy on me. Thanks

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Uploaded:12-05-2008

Titan Roll

titanroll.zip | 11.52 KB

catched rolls. Dice rolls with the range of 1-100 are displayed in green, others in red with the minimum and maximum of the roll after the actual value. Clicking on the text displayed performs a roll set up by the player. Shift-clicking will erase the list. Ctrl-clicking will erase the last roll. Alt-clicking will announce the current winner. Announcement can be set up individually.

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208 downloads

Uploaded:12-05-2008

Portal Box

portalbox.zip | 345.43 KB

window can be invoked by the following commands: /port /portalbox Clicking on its minimap icon As of version 0.2, PortalBox supports both Horde and Alliance mages! Functions that may also come in the future include chat command portal casting (for example, typing "/portal sw" would open a portal), hotkeys, and low rune alerts. Version 0.5 I have added Dalaran to the portal box, now i have a alliance mage character but not a Horde so if someone can let me know if its OK on horde and all works that be good.

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102 downloads

Uploaded:12-02-2008

nUI Stone

nuistone.zip | 437.53 KB

of 4.05.00, has been replaced with the "Thin Gloss Black" texture in order to present a smaller dashboard as the default. Those who prefer the original texture can install this mod to return to it. This addon requires that you have nUI installed... you can find nUI at < a href="http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info9108-nUIBeta3.htm">nUI WoW Interfacel -- For support, please visit here To use this skin: 1. Exit WoW 2. Download and install the most recent version of nUI if you have not already as you would any other addon. You should unzip the contents of the download file into your InterfaceAddOns directory 3. Download and install this skin as you would any other addon and unzip it into the InterfaceAddOns directory as well. 4. After downloading and installing both mods, you should have both an InterfaceAddOnsnUI directory and an InterfaceAddOnsnUI_Stone directory 5. Run WoW and log in. Before selecting a character to play, click on the "AddOns" button in the lower left corner of the screen and enable the nUI_Stone addon. You can return to using the default nUI dashboard at any time by disabling nUI_Stone. 6. Select your character and enter the world. nUI will automatically replace the default dashboard with the stone texture skin if it is enabled.

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51 downloads

Uploaded:12-02-2008

Xbar

xbar305.zip | 341.51 KB

(rotate/reverse) * Sizable * Modular: Lets you easily create addons using this framework * Customizable: Add your own unique features to your bar * Pop-out menus: Use the toggle buttons * Dynamic, all-in-one configuration window * Supporting option sets for each or multiple characters * Localized in several languages * Skinnable via ButtonFacade USAGE * /xbar help * /xbar config * /xbar show * /xbar hide * /xbar resetpos * /xbar toggle * /xbar options new * /xbar options set # * /xbar options view * /xbar options delete # * Move the bars by Ctrl right click and drag * The toggle command shows/hides the toggle buttons SHIPS WITH THESE BARS AND SPECIAL FEATURES * XAspectBar - Supports Action Bar switching * XBuffBar * XPetStuffBar - Also includes floating Pet XP Bar * XPortalsBar * XRogueBar * XSealBar * XTotemBar - Includes totem timers * XTrackBar * XTradeBar * XTrapBar * XWarlockBar OTHER PLUGIN SUPPORT The following addons ship with XBar which add functionality for additional mods: * XBarLocalizer - This mod allows easier update of localizations. * XBar_cyCircled - This mod allows XBars to be skinned using cyCircled. INSTALLATION NOTES * To install, extract the .ZIP file to your WoW Addons folder * EXAMPLE: C:Program FilesWorld of WarcraftInterfaceAddOns * Install the other bars you want in the same fashion * XBAR MUST BE INSTALLED AND ENABLED FOR THE OTHER XBAR ADDONS TO WORK * XBar does not provide action bars for itself SPECIAL THANKS * Permetheus (Original Author of 'AspectBar' and 'TrapBar') * Murkeli (Author of 'TrackBar') * CRiSPyToWN (for keeping the bar mods going and making some new bars) * Cilraaz (Author of 'BlessingBar' and 'SealBar' * The following people for localization help: Norova (zhTW), PeliasLMEP (esES), Aphelandra - Todeskrallen (deDE), Jokhond (frFR), Gerar (esES) * dtylerb and Ravenswing for making and keeping XPortalBar a success. See xportalsbarreadme.txt. * A HUGE thanks to all of those in the WoW community that have helped to make these previous mods a success, and to those who convinced me to keep these things going. ADDON-SPECIFIC NOTES * See readme.txt in each addon folder for additional information about included features for that specific addon. If there is no file, either the author didn't explain it fully or there are no addon-specific features that are not self explanatory or generic to XBar. TROUBLESHOOTING & FAQ * See FAQ.txt for additional info on how to use the advanced features of XBar and troubleshoot issues before posting a question or issue.

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Uploaded:12-02-2008

Titan Panel

titanpanel4133.zip | 647.65 KB

TristTitan (Tristanian), urnati and YeaChan. Titan Panel adds a control panel bar on the top and/or bottom of the screen and allows a framework for extensive plugin support. Features * The ability to have 1 or 2 bars at the top and/or the bottom of your screen. * Many builtin plugins that provide a great core set of features. * Easy to use menus and options to change features on the fly. * Fully supported plugin system. All plugins on the bar are plug-n-play. * Ability to utilize Data Broker plugins. Bug Reports Direct all issues and feature requests to the Google Code Titan development page. Special Instructions 1. Please read the included TitanPanelSetup-READ_ME_FIRST.txt file for any special instructions needed to use this version of Titan Panel. Problem Escalation 1. Please check the Titan Panel Portal for a list of recent issues. These will appear on the main page. 2. If you are still having issues, please follow the instructions under Bug Reports above. Included Core: * TitanAutoHide * TitanAuxAutoHide * TitanPanel & supporting modules Embedded: * Ace3 * TabletLib * LibSharedMedia-3.0 BuiltIns: * TitanAmmo * TitanBag * TitanClock * TitanCoords * TitanGoldTracker * TitanItemBonuses (w/BonusScanner) * TitanLootType * TitanPerformance * TitanRegen * TitanRepair * TitanVolume * TitanXP History A few very dedicated people have maintained Titan Panel over the years. They are in order of chronological responsibility: TitanMod, Dark Imakuni and Adsertor.

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106 downloads

Uploaded:11-21-2008

Loot Count

lootcount112.zip | 29.03 KB

of the items in the bank or send some to your alts. LootCount v1.12 (Changes from v1.10) [added] 2 global layouts (separated by server/faction) in addition to the local layout [changed] Small change in code for usable items [changed] A couple more minor changes [WotLK fix] R-click names in chat now works [WotLK fix] Setting goals works again Description LootCount's basic usage is to show you how many you have of one or more items without the annoyance of having to open your bags and add up stacks of items all the time. In addition to this, LootCount can also add the amount you have in your banks, on your alts, or in the current group/raid you are in - if they have LootCount installed, that is. This feature is very handy if you are grinding together with a friend. The amount of items you can watch at any given time is only limited by your screen real-estate. It has been tested with 100 different items. To start watching an item, just drag it from your bags/bank and drop it on the LootCount interface. That's all. ...and more Have you ever checked what items you can create (tailoring, smithing, etc) with all your stuff spread out across several characters? LootCount solves that problem for you. Upon mouse-over of any item that produces an item tooltip, LootCount will display the total amount you have of that item (according to your set-up with bank, alts, etc). This means that if you mouse-over a material (f.ex.) in your profession pane - say, [Wildvine] - LootCount will tell you if you have that (and how many totally) on any of your characters at a glance. If you mouse-over an item-watch, LootCount will tell give you a breakdown of where all the items are (if applicable) like this: - Bags: 17 - Bank: 20 - Altname1: 4 - Altname2: 2 First-time install The first time you install LootCount, you will not see it on your screen when logging in to WoW. Show/hide LootCount by typing "/lc". This can also be assigned to a key in the native WoW key-binding options. When LootCount appears for the first time, it will appear as an empty green frame in the center of your screen (where the head of your character is). This frame can be moved by dragging it by the corners (and ONLY the corners). Place it wherever you like. Now - open your bags, drag an item from there, and drop it in the center of the green frame. That's all there is to it. Adding item-watches When you want to add a new item-watch, just drag the item you want from your bags (or bank) to the LootCount interface. Several empty squares will appear where you can drop the item. Drop the item where you want it, and you're done. Removing item-watches You remove an item-watch by double-clicking it with the right mousebutton. This may seem like a somewhat strange way of removing an item, but this is a compromise to allow for better functionality for plug-ins. It also helps protect against accidental deletion. Accessing the menu LootCount has a menu that can be accessed by right-clicking the edges of the center frame (not the corners). This menu will let you select basic operational parameters like what to include in the count, and size of the interface. "Full" feature-list o Shows item-count from bags, bank, alts, group, raid (all selectable) o Supports individual grind-goals for each item-watch o Item-watches can individually be set to local-mode (count current character only) o The interface can be locked so you wont move it or delete items accidentally o No limit on number of watches o Interface and text are resizable o Watches are dynamically generated when they are needed o The layout/shape can to some extent be controlled by the user when adding new item-watches o Supports plug-ins o Plug-ins are individually selectable from the add-on screen within WoW o A few plug-ins comes bundled with LootCount Group/raid If you are in a group with someone that also have LootCount, you can watch items as a total. The most common use for this feature is to grind rep-items together with a friend. Both can then drop the rep-item on LootCount, and you will then read a shared total for this item. Now - if you in addition to this want to monitor your items only, you can drop the same item one more time and switch on local-mode for that item-watch. Mouse-clicks This is the functions different types of mouse-clicks will perform on regular LootCount item-watches. Plug-ins will have different functionalities. Single left: Use item (if it is usable) Double left: Nothing Single right: Open menu Double right: Remove item-watch (also works on plug-ins) Plug-ins A few plug-ins comes bundled with LootCount: - Repair - Reputation kill-countdown - Experience kill-countdown Any plug-in can be individually switched on/off from the addon-menu at the character selection screen in WoW to conserve memory. Bundled plug-ins Kill-countdown with XP and/or reputation Ever wondered how many kills you need to level up, or how many kills you need to get to the next reputation level? If you have, LootCount will tell you. Just select the option (REP and/or XP) you need from the LootCount menu and click one of the empty slots that just appeared. If you chose XP, that is all there is to it. If you chose REP you will also need to select the faction you want to watch. You do this by opening the WoW reputation window (shortcut "U"), click the faction you want to watch, check the "View as experience bar" option. The counter icon will contain two numbers. The bottom-right number will show an estimate based on the last mobs you have been killing, and the upper left will show you how many of the last mob you killed you will need to get to the next level. These numbers will get more and more equal as you approach your next level. If you choose to switch zone or mob-type, LootCount will adapt and tweak the estimate within a number of kills. Special thanks to: Faladrin for the initial code and idea for goal-functionality. Belleboom for group/raid idea.

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Uploaded:11-21-2008

Autoprofit

autoprofit53.zip | 128.17 KB

too. Trudging through 80 slots of inventory looking for vendor trash after a night of adventuring can take an annoyingly long time. AutoProfit turns what used to take several minutes of clicking and searching into a single button press. Features Instantly sell all your gray items to any merchant without needing to sort through your inventory looking for them. Mouse over the tooltip to see how much money you'll earn from the junk currently in your inventory. Darkmoon Faire items are automatically ignored by AutoProfit and don't need any special configuration. Use Simply unzip into your World of Warcraft Addons directory. Whenever you want to purge your inventory of gray items, visit a merchant and click on the money icon at the top right corner of the merchant frame or configure AutoProfit to automatically sell items without a button press. I have now added, /autoprofit options This interface now can control all the options of the Autoprofit. Please let me know if you find any bugs or have any questions.

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Uploaded:10-29-2008

Spam Sentry Anti-Gold Spam

spamsentry20081027.zip | 179.79 KB

well. Installation: * Unzip the file into your 'Interface/Addons' folder. Features: * Detects multi-message spam * Customizable notification * FuBar and Titan support * Manual reporting of players you suspect to be a goldseller / bot * Report-button in mailframe to report spam send to you by in-game mail * Seperate reportlists are maintained for each realm you play on * And many more Use: * Type /sentry for options, or right-click the minimap/fubar/titan icon * right-click a name and select 'Report spam' to manually add that player to the spamreportlist.

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Uploaded:10-29-2008

Atlas Loot Enchanced

atlaslootenhancedv50103.zip | 1.23 MB

to use the dressing room. Atlasloot can be used as a stand-alone browser without a host mod or integrated in any map mod (works at the moment with Atlas and AlphaMap.) Accessed by right-clicking the AtlasLoot minimap button or from the 'Options' button available on any AtlasLoot interface. * Show Minimap Button: Adds the Atlasloot icon to the Minimap. * Hide Atlasloot Panel: Removes the Atlasloot Panel from the main Atlas window. * Safe Chat Links: Can only link items without the (Item Unavailable) tag. Slight chance of disconnect if you have an item in your local cache the server has not seen for a while, but unlikely. * Enable all Chat Links (USE AT YOUR OWN RISK): Strong chance of disconnects, especially on items your server hasn't seen yet. * AutoQuery items on loot tables (Disconnection risk): Atlasloot will automaticly query the server for all items on any loot table opened. Chance of disconnects. * Supress text spam when querying items: This option disables the text, that is shown in your chat window, when you query the server for an item. * 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). * Show itemIDs at all times: Adds the itemID to the item tooltip. * Show Comparison Tooltips: If you have EquipCompare installed it will use it, if not it uses the default Blizzard stuff. * Notify me when a LoD Module is loaded: [something] * Load all loot modules at startup: Atlasloot contains several modules. With this option enabled all of the modules, that you have installed, are loaded at startup. * Make Loot Table Opaque: Makes the loot table background black so you can't see the map underneath. Slash Commands: * '/al' or '/atlasloot' by itself brings up the loot browser. * '/atlasloot options' brings up the options menu. * '/atlasloot reset' resets the last viewed loot table (fixes disconnects when opening AtlasLoot) and moves all draggable frames back to the middle of the screen.

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Uploaded:10-29-2008

GFX Toggle 2

gfxtoggle2r67.zip | 138.48 KB

(FPS) drop instantly. (eg. like Ironforge, Orgrimmar ,Alterac Valley) So what can you do about that? Hm, changing the graphic-settings in WoW would be a good choice but it soon gets a pain in the butt to change it over and over, so I had the idea to code an addon that toggles these settings automatically by just pressing one key or let it automatically switch settings depending on the zone you're entering. eg. When I do PvE, I'd like to switch settings to high, when I'm at PvP or in town I'd toggle to low. gfxToggle 2 has key bindings, slash commands, FuBar and Minimap support! This addon affects the following graphic-parameters (they all don't need a logout or restart of the game): World Appearance: - Terrain Distance - Environment Detail - Texture Detail - Level of Detail Shaders: - Full-Screen Glow Effect - Death Effect - Smooth Shadows Misc: - Vertical Sync - Tripple Buffers - Smooth Mouse - Spelleffect Details I’ve also added Blizzard’s latest try to improve performance in crowded areas: M2Faster

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Uploaded:10-29-2008

Healbot Continued

healbot30217.zip | 1.73 MB

usable item can be added to all combos. Any existing macro can be added to all combos. Target, Focus and Assist can be added to all combos HealBot can be used for decursive functions HealBot can be used for monitoring buffs and buffing HealBots appearance can be configured and preferred appearances can be saved as skins. HealBot can show party/tanks/checked targets/extras in a raid, extras can be filtered and sorted. Multiple HealBots in a party/raid sync incoming heals. HealBot will accurately range check at all times for spells and items. HealBot has a built in res monitor and is compatible with CTRA (CTRA not required) HealBot has a SmartCast out of combat option, this will cast a spell in the following order.. 1. res 2. decurse 3. buff 4. heal 5. user setting Slash Commands: /hb o - open options panel /hb x - initiate spells and equipment bonuses /hb ri - reset bars displayed /hb info - display versions of Healbot in party/raid /hb ui - reload ui /hb defaults - Reset default options /hb show - reset the position of the bars to default /hb cb - Clears the BlackList

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Uploaded:10-29-2008

Combat Cam

combatcam3002.zip | 3.72 KB

command and put into a macro. A bonus feature is the SmartEdit option. If you enable this, it will de-focus the Edit Box if you enter combat while typing a message, allowing you to use your keybound actions. Simply continue typing after the fight as if nothing happened. Supports WIM (WOW Instant Messenger) as of version 2.4.04 The first time you log on after installing CombatCam, the config window will appear for you to set up your views and enable the mod. It also gives instructions on using the mod. The config menu can be displayed at any time by typing /combatcam (or /ccam) in the chat box. Note: Blizzard allows only 5 preset views, with one (first person view) being fixed and unchangeable. These views are set globally across all characters on a given WoW installation, so you will only need to set your views on one character, and any changes will affect all characters. Slash Commands: /ccam - opens config window /ccam zin - zoom in to first person view /ccam zout - "zoom out" to your custom view NOTE: these last two commands can be put into a macro to be used with any skill or action you want. CombatCam mod uses all of the 4 usable views Works in all locales, but instructions and prompts are English only. This mod evolved from ChaosInc's Dynamic Camera. I wanted something just for combat, to give that "final fantasy" feel when you agro something. Good work Chaos, on the whole idea.

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493 downloads

Uploaded:10-17-2008

WotLK Load Screen Wallpapers

wotlk_load_screens.rar | 1.88 MB

mind I bring you these wallpapers at a resolution of 1280x1024

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1923 downloads

Uploaded:10-11-2008

Epic Music Player

epicmusicplayer151223262843.zip | 1.72 MB

music within wow as easy as possible. For wotlk beta please use the beta version. Additionally EpicMusicPlayer has a lot of cool features: · Multiple playlist support · Add/Remove playlists ingame. · Move songs between playlists ingame · Search for a song · Link a song to guild/party/say/raid (with youtube link) · Playlist with all original wow game music included · Easy add your music with drag and drop. (with included playlist manager) · Add mp3 or ogg music files. · Supports all characters in id3tags (Unicode) No need to rename any of your files. · Fast adding new files. (The playlist manager will not replace your last created list but add the new music to your old list.) Extras · Fubar plugin · Titan panel plugin · Epicmusicdancer a fancy little 3d model which will play/dance to your music (optional addon) Currently featuring Sid Nicious, Bergrisst, Mai'Kyl and Chief Thunder-Skins of The Tauren Chieftains. I first hat the idea to add a dancing ogre but unfortunately this (and most other models) won't display or dance as they should with the wow addon api. The Epicmusicdancer, the Fubar plugin and the Titan panel plugin are separate addons. You can disable them or even not copy them to your interface folder. Usage: · left click - play next song · middle click - play/stop · right click - show options · use scroll wheel - adjust music volume · ctrl use scroll wheel - adjust effects volume · alt use scroll wheel - fine adjust volume · alt click - show playlist · shift click - play last song · ctrl click - Write artist and title to default chat. (guild,party etc.) All of these work on the minimap button, the gui text and the fubar/titan panel text/icon. You don't need the gui visible at all. Slash commands: · /emp (show the options dialog) · /emp ctr (list control options) · /emp op (list other options) Known bugs: · The music sometimes stops or the wow music starts playing. This is a wow bug. Try to set your sound channels to maximum. Options > Sound & Voice > Sound Channels > High (Maximum) Also try to enable/disable hardware sound. But when lots of sounds are played (raid instance fights) the problem still may occur. · The song playing stops and starts from the beginning after a loading screen (e.g. entering an instance) This is a new wow bug since patch 2.4.3. I only could fix this so far that the song starts from start instead of playing the game music. · The 3dmodel disappears when you hide the ui (alt y) or open the map.

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Uploaded:10-11-2008

Titan Skills

titanskillsv107.zip | 3.07 KB

can see where all my skills are at instantly! And now you can too![/quote] This is a great mod allowing you to open up your character skills window by just putting your mouse over the button, it's great and good when your busy killing those alliance (not to biased).

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