What It Does
QuestHelper tells you how to finish your quests in the easiest, fastest manner. It includes a database of quests, monsters, and items, telling you the exact location of that dang 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.
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"Out Of Date" or "refusing to run out of fear of corrupting your saved data" or QuestHelper just plain not running: the addon directory seems to have been moved for people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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