An modularized map addon which can be extended with additional modules. It displays a small button at the minimap which toggles the main frame and with the right mouse the button can be dragged around the minimap. The main frame is a container for the modules
PS: sry for my bad english ... my main lang is german ATTENTION: This addon is atm at heavy development. That means that there can be in each preview-release big changes. Before i add all the features i'm creating the base modules, so be patient i'll implement them time by time. == AddOn [Core] == Thats the master mod, it provides the main frame and some functions for the modules. It is required for all modules. Current features... 0.1.1 - Minimap Button 0.1.2 - Button to make the frame translucent 0.1.2 - Key binding (main frame) 0.1.3 - Key binding (transluency) 0.1.3 - Small options frame (at the MMButton) SlashCommands... "/aoa" to toggle the main frame == Module [WorldMap] == Thats an complete rewritten and optimized version of the Bilizzard Worldmap. It is not compatible to ather addons which do anything with the Blizz Worldmap. Current features... 0.1.0 - Windowed WorlMap with standard navigation 0.1.1 - Player and Cursor position 0.1.1 - Ping-Marker for the Player for better visibility 0.1.2 - Display of undiscovered areas in an different collor 0.1.3 - Colored unitpins for player, party, raid 0.1.3 - Classcolored names in unitpin-tooltip 0.1.3 - Showing unit level in unitpin-tooltip 0.1.3 - Key binding 0.1.4 - Filter menu Planned features... - Options frame - display of guild/friend position == Module [FlightMap] == Thats a spezial map which displays all the known flight nodes/paths of the player. Current features... 0.1.0 - Basic node recording 0.1.0 - Flighttime counter 0.1.0 - Key binding 0.1.1 - Showing Flightnodes on the WorldMap Planned features... - Options frame - import/export/sync of flightnodes/-routes == Planned Modules == Instances (like Atlas from Dan) BossLoot (like AtlasLoot and more) Collector (like Gatherer) DEVELOPERS: I've created a small module for a quick show how to implement you own modules. But keep in mind that the API is not finished atm.
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