1. Community addon's

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    Downloading the AddOn
    • Make a folder on your desktop called *My AddOns
    • Download the World of Warcraft AddOn you want to install from whatever expansion you are playing and save the compressed files (.zip, .rar, etc.) to this folder.
    • Usually when you download a file it will give you a popup asking if you want to open it or download it. You want to download it. If you are not given this options try right clicking on the link and Save As... or Save Target As.

    Extracting the AddOn
    Extract one addon at a time so that you can keep track of them, and you don't accidentally put files where they shouldn't go >.< .

    • Windows XP has a built in ZIP extractor. Double click on the file to open it, inside should be the file or folders needed. Copy these outside to the "My Mods" folder.
    • 7-Zip: Right click the file, 7-Zip, select Extract Here
    • WinRAR: Right click the file, select Extract Here
    • WinZip You MUST make sure the option to Use Folder Names is CHECKED or it will just extract the files and not make the proper folders how the Authors designed

    • StuffitExpander: Double click the archive to extract it to a folder in the current directory.
    • The AddOn will extract into a folder (or folders) with a name or subnames of the addon. For example, DBM has 14 folders once extracted. They are all marked DBM- _____. Do not merge these folders or move any files out of one and into another.

    Install the AddOns
    • Open your World of Warcraft folder wherever you have it installed.
    • Go into the Interface folder > AddOns folder.
    • Open the My AddOns folder and move the extracted folders (example DBM-Brawlers) in your My AddOns folder into the AddOns folder.

    Making sure AddOns are Installed
    • Start World of Warcraft and log in.
    • At the Character Select screen, look in lower left corner for the addons button.
    • If button is there: make sure all the mods you installed are listed, and make sure load out of date addons is checked (located towards the top).

    • If the button is NOT there: means the addon did not install properly.
    • Log out of WoW and double check to make sure you copied over the addon file to the correct folder.

    Your addon or the addons button is not working.

    You downloaded wrong expansion addom.
    • Make sure you use the correct addon for the expansion you are playing, which in other words if you play expansion WotLK 3.3.5 use the addon for that preferred expansion.

    You put the addon in the wrong folder.
    • Be sure to put the addon in the addons folder, it will be located at the World of warcraft > Interface (if it does not show up, than create one) > Addons (if it does not show one than create one)

    You put the zipped folder in the addons folder.
    • You want to use the contents of the zipped folder.

    If you are coming from another private server, it would be wise to delete or rename the WTF folder, the folder will create a new one when you start the game. You can delete the Cache folder as well, It will create itself when you start the game .

    • I have nothing to do with creating any of the addons posted.

    • I have no affiliation with the creators of the addons.

    • All addons were downloaded from their respective websites as is. I did not change/modify any of the addon's.

    • Majority of the information/documentation was copied and pasted from their affiliated home page (I just added a little bling to em).

    • I am NOT responsible for your game client if something goes wrong.

    • If you have any issues of any kind of hacking you can use VirusTotal to find out.

    If you have an addon you would like to be added,
    just post it with a download link and virus scan from
    and i will see what we can do.
    Please make sure its for the supported expansion.

    Auto Bar___TBC 2.4.3
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    AutoBar is a Multi-bar mod that automatically adds potions, water, food, quest and other items you specify into buttons for easy use.
    • Does not use up action slots.
    • You can create your own categories of items, dragging items from bags, or spells from spell books into it.
    • You can make custom Buttons that contain 1 or more Custom or Built in categories.
    • You can create custom Bars to organize your Buttons to suit your interface needs.
    • WoW has thousands of items you may obtain. AutoBar automatically organizes frequently used items for you, saving you the drudgery of dragging stuff from your bags to an action bar. Since AutoBar does not use up the limited action slots available, you can save those for your spells and abilities.

    You can reach the settings dialog for AutoBar in a few different ways:
    • type /autobar config in chat
    • left-click the AutoBar minimap button
    • right-click the AutoBar minimap button and select AutoBar
    • left-click the LDB icon (assuming you have a Data Broker addon to show it)

    • The addon title is here, along with the version number. Please provide this version number with any bug reports you make.
    • Move the Bars - This turns the bars green and makes them draggable. The name of the bar is also shown over the buttons. When you've placed them where you want them, click this button to set them back to their normal state.
    • Move the Buttons - This lets you move the buttons to change their order or move them to a different bar. While in "move mode" the button name (or as much of it as will fit) is shown over the button
    • Key Bindings - Click this to set Key Bindings for the buttons. When in this mode, hover the mouse pointer over a button and hit a key combination. You can also set them from WoW's Key Binding interface, but I find this quicker and easier. You can choose to have the key binds be character-specific or account-wide.
    • Clamp Bars to Screen - This makes it impossible to move the bars off-screen. If you change it, you will need to reload the UI before it takes effect.
    • Show Minimap Icon - Toggles whether the Minimap icon is displayed.
    • Show Empty Buttons - If set, all Enabled buttons will be shown even if they have no items or spells available.
    • Show Count Text - Shows the number of charges for a spell, or how many of an item you have.
    • Show Hotkey Text - Enables the showing the assigned Keybind on the button.
    • Show Tooltips - Enables tooltips for the spells and items in the buttons.
    • Show Tooltips in Combat - Should tooltips be shown while in combat?
    • RightClick SelfCast - For buttons that do not have their own built-in Right Click option, this will make Right Clicking the button auto target you

    Fade Out
    • Fade Out - Sets whether all bars should Fade Out by default.
    • Fade Out Cancels in Combat - If set, the bars will not Fade Out when you are in combat.
    • Fade Out Cancels on Alt - Cancels the fade when you press the 'Alt' key
    • Fade Out Cancels on Ctrl - Cancels the fade when you press the 'Ctrl' key
    • Fade Out Cancels on Shift - Cancels the fade when you press the 'Shift' key
    • FadeOut Time - This sets how quickly the bars fade, in seconds.
    • FadeOut Delay - The number of seconds to wait before starting to Fade after the mouse is no longer over the bar.
    • FadeOut Alpha - This is the transparency level that the bar will reach. 0 is completely transparent, 1 is completely opaque.

    Advanced/Debug: You probably shouldn't mess with this
    • Log Performance - This will track how long it takes AutoBar to process each game event. If it takes too long, a message will be printed to the chat window.
    • Log Events - This will log every message that AutoBar processes to the chat window. It prints a LOT of stuff.
    • Log Memory - If checked, the amount of memory that AutoBar is using will be printed to the chat window after every event. Note: This includes the memory used by any shared libraries if AutoBar was the first to load them (Ace, LibPeriodicTable, etc).
    • Allow SPELLS_CHANGED - For some classes/specializations, a SPELLS_CHANGED event is sent out by the game at a very high rate. If you are having performance issues you can try disabling this. Since this causes AutoBar to update less frequently there may be side-effects. Use at your own risk.
    • Log Throttled Events - If events are throttled (ignored because they happen too fast), this will print a message to the chat window.
    • Throttle Event Limit - If events happen more frequently than this setting (in seconds), excess events will be ignored. There may be side-effects. Use at your own risk.

    • New - This creates a new custom Category that can then be added to a Button.
    • Reset - This will permanently delete ALL of your custom categories. Use with caution.

    If 1 or more Categories exist, then the following UI will be available when selecting a Category:
    Name - The name that will be used to identify this category. You'll need this name to add the Category to a Button.
    Button docs go here
    Bar docs go here
    There are no settings here, just a list of wonderful people who helped make this addon possible. Send them some positive vibes.

    Information on how the various built in buttons and categories are defined.

    Main Bar
    • Hearth: Spell.Portals, Spell.AncientDalaranPortals(optional), Misc.Hearth, Muffin.Toys.Hearth, Muffin.Toys.Portal
    • Mount: A custom button populated from the list of your Mounts.
    • Bandages: Consumable.Bandage.Basic, Consumable.Bandage.Battleground.Alterac Valley, Consumable.Bandage.Battleground.Arathi Basin, Consumable.Bandage.Battleground.Warsong Gulch
    • Heal: Muffin.Potion.Health, Muffin.Potion.Combo, Consumable.Cooldown.Stone.Health.Other, Consumable.Cooldown.Stone.Health.Statue, Consumable.Cooldown.Stone.Health.Warlock

    • Rogues: Consumable.Buff.Energy
      • Warrior & Druid: Consumable.Buff.Rage, Muffin.Potion.Rage
      • Mana Users: Muffin.Potion.Mana, Muffin.Potion.Combo, Consumable.Cooldown.Stone.Mana.Other

    • Potion Cooldown: Health: Consumable.Cooldown.Potion.Health.Basic, Consumable.Cooldown.Potion.Health.PvP, Consumable.Cooldown.Potion.Health.Anywhere
    • Potion Cooldown: Mana:
      • Rogues: Consumable.Buff.Energy
      • Warrior & Druid: Consumable.Buff.Rage, Muffin.Potion.Rage
      • Mana Users: Muffin.Potion.Mana

    • Potion Cooldown:Rejuvenation:Consumable.Cooldown.Potion.Rejuvenation
    • Potion Cooldown: Combat: Consumable.Cooldown.Potion.Combat
    • Stone Cooldown: Health: Consumable.Cooldown.Stone.Health.Other, Consumable.Cooldown.Stone.Health.Statue, Consumable.Cooldown.Stone.Health.Warlock
    • Stone Cooldown: Mana: Consumable.Cooldown.Stone.Mana.Other
    • Cooldown: Drums : Consumable.Cooldown.Drums
    • Food: Consumable.Food.Conjure(Mage only, optional), Muffin.Food.Health.Basic, Muffin.Food.Combo.Basic (optional), Consumable.Food.Percent.Basic
    • Food Buff: Muffin.Food.Health.Buff
    • Food Combo: Muffin.Food.Combo.Basic, Muffin.Food.Combo.Buff

    • Buff: Consumable.Buff.Chest, Consumable.Buff.Shield, Consumable.Buff.Other.Target, Consumable.Buff.Other.Self, Consumable.Buff Group.General.Target, Consumable.Buff Group.General.Self, Consumable.Buff.Water Breathing, Muffin.Potion.Water Breathing, Muffin.Order Hall.Buff, Consumable.Buff Group.Melee.Target, Consumable.Buff Group.Melee.Self, Consumable.Buff Group.Caster.Target, Consumable.Buff Group.Caster.Self, Muffin.Potion.Buff
    • Buff Weapon: Consumable.Weapon Buff, Spell.Buff.Weapon
    • Battle Elixir: Muffin.Elixir.Battle
    • Guardian Elixir: Muffin.Elixir.Guardian
    • Flask: Muffin.Flask
    • Crafting: Spell.Crafting
    • Quest: Misc.Usable.StartsQuest, Muffin.Misc.Quest, Misc.Usable.BossItem, Dynamic.Quest
    • Trinket 1: Muffin.Gear.Trinket
    • Trinket 2: Muffin.Gear.Trinket
    • Water: Consumable.Water.Conjure, Consumable.Water.Percentage, self:AddCategory("Consumable.Water.Basic, Muffin.Food.Mana.Basic
    • Water Buff: Muffin.Food.Mana.Buff

    Class Bar
    • Bear: Druid Only. : A custom button that shows the Bear Form spell.
    • Cat: Druid Only. : A custom button that shows the Cat Form spell.
    • Travel: Druid & Shaman Only. : A custom button. For Druids it shows casts Travel Form outdoors, and Cat Form indoors. For Shaman, it casts Ghost Wolf.
    • Tree of Life / Boomkin: Druid Only. : A custom button that casts either Moonkin Form or Treant Form.
    • Pet Food: Consumable.Food.Bread, Consumable.Food.Cheese, Consumable.Food.Fish, Consumable.Food.Fruit, Consumable.Food.Fungus, Consumable.Food.Meat, Consumable.Buff Pet
    • Trap: Spell.Trap
    • Stealth: Spell.Stealth
    • Debuff: Spell.Debuff.Single, Spell.Debuff.Multiple
    • Conjure: Spell.Mage.Conjure Food (Mage only), Spell.Warlock.Create Healthstone (Warlock only)
    • Pet Combat: Spell.Class.Pets2
    • Pet Misc: Spell.Class.Pets3
    • Class Pet: Spell.Class.Pet
    • Class Buff: Spell.Class.Buff
    • Shields: Spell.Shields
    • ER: Spell.ER
    • Charge: Spell.Charge
    • Interrupts: Spell.Interrupt
    • Aspect: Spell.Aspect
    • Pick Lock: Misc.Unlock, Misc.Lockboxes
    • Poison: Lethal: Spell.Poison.Lethal
    • Poison: Nonlethal: Spell.Poison.Nonlethal
    • Earth Totem: Spell.Totem.Earth

    • Air Totem: Spell.Totem.Air
    • Fire Totem: Spell.Totem.Fire
    • Water Totem: Spell.Totem.Water
    • Stance: Spell.Stance

    Extras Bar
    • Speed: Consumable.Buff.Speed
    • Free Action: Consumable.Buff.Free Action
    • Explosive: Muffin.Explosives
    • Fishing: Muffin.Skill.Fishing.Lure, Muffin.Skill.Fishing.Misc, Muffin.Skill.Fishing.Rare Fish, Muffin.Toys.Fishing, Tradeskill.Tool.Fishing.Gear, Tradeskill.Tool.Fishing.Other, Tradeskill.Tool.Fishing.Tool, Tradeskill.Tool.Fishing.Bait, Spell.Fishing
    • Archaeology: Muffin.Skill.Archaeology.Crate, Muffin.Skill.Archaeology.Mission, Spell.Archaeology (optional)
    • Pets:
    • Battle Pet.Favourites, Macro.BattlePet.SummonRandom, Macro.BattlePet.DismissPet, Macro.BattlePet.SummonRandomFave
    • Battle Standards: Misc.Battle Standard.Battleground, Misc.Battle Standard.Alterac Valley, Misc.Battle Standard.Guild
    • Openable: Muffin.Misc.Openable
    • [*Misc, Fun: Consumable.Food.Feast, Misc.Usable.Permanent, Misc.Usable.Fun, Misc.Usable.Replenished
    • Guild Spells: Spell.Guild
    • Sunsong Ranch: Muffin.SunSongRanch
    • Milling: Tradeskill.Gather.Herbalism
    • Battle Pet Items: Muffin.Battle Pet Items.Level, Muffin.Battle Pet Items.Upgrade, Muffin.Battle Pet Items.Bandages, Muffin.Battle Pet Items.Pet Treat, Muffin.Toys.Pet Battle, Spell.Pet Battle, Muffin.Toys.Companion Pet.Ornamental (optional)
    • Raid Targets: Macro.Raid Target
    • Toy Box: Toys.ToyBox
    • Reputation: Muffin.Reputation

    Slash Commands
    All slash commands should be preceded by either /autobar or /atb. /autobar on its own will print out usage information. Theoretically, anything you can do from the GUI can also be done from the commandline, though it is less convenient. Here are some of the more common commands:

    • /autobar config: This opens the AutoBar config window
    • /autobar main movebarsmode: This allows the bars to be moved around on the screen. Run this command again to lock them in place.
    • /autobar main keyboundmode: Show the dialog for binding keys

    In this tutorial we will cover how to create a new, custom Button that uses the existing Categories.

    Known Issues
    • These are all of the issues known at this time.
    • The new Falcosaur Mounts do not appear on the Mount button. This is a Blizzard bug. You also can't use them from a macro.
    • Toys, Mounts and Battle Pets cannot be added to Custom Categories.
    • Sometimes popups don't pop back down when you move the mouse over them quickly. This is a Blizzard bug. The UI notifies AutoBar when the mouse enters the area, but not always when it exits.
    • Custom macros do not show cooldown information.
    • The Category dropdown in the custom button dialog is sorted randomly. It appears to be a limitation in the Ace3 GUI/Config libraries that AutoBar uses.
    • With Custom Macro buttons, Toys will show the tooltips for the items that teach them.
    • "You aren't in a party" will be written to the chat window when you loot in a instance group. It is harmless though.

    Here are answers to some questions that come up often.
    I don't see any Mounts (or as many as I expect) on the Mount button.
    • Check the configuration of the Mount button. There are 4 checkboxes that control what is shown: Show Class, Show Favourites, Show Non-Favourites, Show Qiraji.

    When logging in I see "Warnings/Errors occurred in AutoBar" followed by a long list of invalid spell IDs in the chat panel.
    • This is a sign that Blizzard changed some spell IDs so the ones AutoBar expected are no longer there. Please report this on the forum.

    There are items missing from the buttons
    • New items are added pretty frequently. I do my best to stay on top of it, but I'm bound to miss some. Please post on forum. Please include a WoWHead link to the missing item and the name of the button where you think it should be added.

    How can I set the icon on a custom macro?
    • AutoBar does its best to parse the macros you give it to choose the proper icon, but if you need to specify it directly you can use "#showtooltip" or "#show" followed by the name of a spell or item to use as the icon.

    The Ancient Dalaran Portal/Teleport is missing.
    • Please check the configuration of your Hearth button. There is a checkbox to "Include Ancient Dalaran".

    Is there a way to make the Bars vertical?
    • Yup! Go into the Bars config, select the bar you're interested in on the left ("Basic", for example). Then scroll down through the options until you reach the General block. There you'll see settings for the Rows and Columns. Set the Columns to 1 and the Rows to whatever you want the height of the bar to be.

    You'll likely want to change the Popup Direction setting in the same area too.

    Bartender4___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Bartender4 is a full ActionBar replacement mod. It provides you with all the features needed to fully customization most aspects of your action and related bars.
    • Support for all Action Bars and all related bars
      • 10 Action Bars
      • Stance Bar
      • Pet Bar
      • Bag Bar
      • Micro Menu
      • XP/Reputation Bar

    • All Bars are fully customizable (Scale, Alpha, Fade-Out settings, ...)
    • Very flexible and customizable Show/Hide driver based on Macro Conditions
    • Additional Layout and Paging settings for Action Bars
      • Page all bars based on Stance or Modifier
      • Possess Bar support
      • Custom State driver support with Macro Conditions

    • Options to hide specific elements of the buttons (Macro Text, HotKey, more could be added on demand)
    • StickyFrames support
    • Masque/ButtonFacade support!
    • Easy Hotkey Binding using KeyBound
    • Options to control the hiding of the default blizzard artwork (you might still want that to be displayed..)

    How do i access the Configuration?
    • You can open the configuration with the Slash Commands (/bt or /bartender) or through the Bartender4 LDB plugin.

    Where are my keybindings? And how do i bind new keys?
    • Bartender4 buttons do not automatically inherit keybindings from the Blizzard bars (except for Bar 1), you have to use the new KeyBound to re-bind your keys. You can access KeyBound by its slash command (/kb) or through the button in the BT4 config. Hover a button, press key ? voila!

    Can I skin the buttons beyond the built-in options?
    • Bartender4 allows skinning through Masque! After installing both Bartender4 and Masque, you can customize the BT4 appearance in the Masque options.

    How do i disable the snapping of the bars?
    • Currently, you can temporarily override the snapping by holding down the Shift Key while moving your bars, or uncheck the option in the popup when your bars are unlocked.

    Bind Pad___TBC 2.4.3___
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    What is "BindPad"?
    BindPad is an addon to make KeyBindings for spells, items, and macros.
    You no longer need actionbar slots just to make Key bindings for your macores etc.

    BindPad addon provides many icon slots in its frame. You can drag and drop
    anything into one of these slots, and click the slot to set KeyBindings.

    How 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.

    How to use tabs
    3.1. Slot tabs

    There are four tabs called Slots Tab on the top of BindPad frame
    (like Blizzard's Macro frame).

    [General Slots] is for common icons used for every characters and every specs.
    [<Character> Specific Slots] is for icons specific to current character
    and current spec.

    [2] and [3] (aka. 2nd and 3rd <Character> specific slots) will act
    in the same way as [<Character> Specific Slots].

    Note that you can use [<Character> Specific Slots] tab only after you click
    'Character Specific Key Bindings' check box at standard KeyBindings frame of Blizzard-UI.
    From BindPad version 1.5, you can see this checkbox on BindPad window itself too.
    (Also BindPad will inform you about 'Character Specific Key Bindings' and automatically
    activate it for you when you click [<Character> Specific Slots] tab.)

    3.2. Profile tabs
    There are another three tabs called Profile Tab on the side of BindPad frame.
    (like Blizzard's Talent frame)

    Different Profile can hold different contents in [<Character> Specific Slots].
    You can click a Profile tab to switch current Profile, and your choice of
    Profile is saved for each Talent specs and automatically reverted to former
    profile when you change talent spec. If you choose same Profile for both
    talent specs this automatic change will not happen.

    Note that [General Slots] tab is not effected by Profile change, as all
    contents of [General Slots] tab is common for all characters AND all specs.
    If you change Profile while [General Slots] tab is shown,
    BindPad will automatically shows [<Character> Specific Slots] tab of
    specified Profile.

    3.3. Can i switch profile in combat? On stance change?
    No, you cannot.

    If you need different skills binded for different stances/forms,
    simply use the stance condition to decide on what skill to use.

    Example: /cast [stance:1/2] Berserker Stance; [stance:3] Intercept
    Where [Stance:1/2] is conditioning the macro for you to be in battle stance
    or defensive stance and [stance:3] is conditioning you to be in berserker stance.
    This works for all classes with stances (Including rogues for stealth [stance:1]
    and shadow dance [stance:2] or none of the previous [stance:0]).

    Druid example: /cast [stance:1] Bash; [nostance:1] Healing Touch
    [nostance] = Caster, [stance:1] = Bear, [stance:2] = Aquatic, [stance:3] = Cat,
    [stance:4] = Travel, [stance:5] = Tree/Moonkin if available else Flight,
    [stance:6] = Flight if Tree/Moonkin is not available.

    "You want to convert this icon into a BINDPAD MACRO?"... What?
    "BindPad Macro" is a new feature from BindPad version 1.8.0 ;
    which allow you to make almost unlimited number of virtual macro icons.

    Older versions of BindPad just let you save your limited action bar slots.
    This new BindPad will let you save your limited macro slots on the standard
    "Create Macro" panel.

    - Click the small red "+" icon to create an empty BindPad Macro.
    - Right-click an existing spell/item/macro icon on BindPad to convert it into a BindPad Macro.
    - Right-click the "BindPad Macro" to edit macro-text.
    - ...and you can use left-click to set keybindings as usual.

    Note that BindPad Macro will only exist within the BindPad frame;
    You can drag-and-drop them within BindPad, but you cannot drop them outside.

    More info
    BindPad addon utilizes new functions added from WoW API 2.0 .

    You can use these functions (and many others) in any addons or macros.

    SetBinding("KEY", "command")
    SetBindingSpell("KEY", "Spell Name")
    SetBindingItem("KEY", "itemname")
    SetBindingMacro("KEY", "macroname"|macroid)

    Just don't forget to save changes by

    Cooldown Count___TBC 2.4.3___
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    CooldownCount gives a visual number that counts down as your spell/ability cools down.

    The number will flash as the cooldown reaches a certain number.

    Note that only cooldowns that exceed a certain number of seconds will be presented (to prevent mass spamming of cooldowns when the global cooldown is activated).

    Slash Commands
    /cooldowncount <command> [parameters]
    Control the CooldownCount addon.

    Optionally dependent on Cosmos.

    Will work with AllInOneInventory, SecondBar, PopBar, SideBar.
    Should work with AutoBar, AutoTrinketBar, BarOptions, BibToolbars, BottomBar, CT_BarMod, Discord, FlexBar, GBars, Gypsy, Nurfed and TrinketMenu.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: The SideBar that it works with is the Cosmos SideBar, not Telo's SideBar. Sorry about this.

    IMPORTANT NOTE2: To save precious CPU time and memory, I have bundled most parts of CooldownCount into one AddOn per "bar" or "package". This is why you will probably see a lot of "Dependency missing" in your AddOn configuration window on your Character Screen. This is completely normal - few people have ALL the bar addons that CooldownCount supports.

    Elk Buff Bars___TBC 2.4.3___
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    EBB provides groups of statusbar style indicators to show (de)buffs currently affecting your char or some other units (currently focus, pet and target). For the player, it can also show indicators for temporary enchants place on it's weapons.

    Due to changes Blizzard made with WoW 4.x it's no longer possible to cancel buffs without the use of secure frames. Currently EBB limits canceling of buffs to out-of-fight since using SecureAuraHeader would have required a major code restructuring. This will be coming in a later version.

    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 accessible 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.

    SharedMedia is in my private list!

    OPie___TBC 2.4.3___
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    OPie is a radial action-binding addon for World of Warcraft. It lets you group actions into rings, which appear when you hold down a keyboard or mouse binding. When you release the binding, OPie will perform an action based on where your mouse cursor is.
    Use OPie to reduce the amount of clutter on your action bars: slices in OPie rings can contain your abilities, your pets' abilities, items, professions, battle pets, equipment sets, macros, and raid or world markers. Some rings for common class abilities and professions are included, as is a special quest items ring which automatically makes all of your quest and quest-starting items easily accessible. Other addons may add additional rings; for example, Spade uses OPie rings to let you chose the seeds you want to plant on your farm.
    Download OPie; configure to your liking (/opie), and customize your rings (/opie rings). See the Guide for more details, or check out the screenshots and videos below, with more available in the Gallery.

    Once you've installed OPie, you can use it immediately, and customize it further within the game. Several rings are automatically created when you install OPie, including the Trade Skills ring (which contains all of the trade skills your character knows), which you can open by holding down ALT-T.

    If you've already bound ALT-T to something else,
    OPie will not override that binding, and the Trade Skills ring will not
    appear. Skip to the next section to find out how to change OPie

    The ring will remain visible for as long as you hold down the binding used to open it. Select a trade skill by moving your mouse — moving the cursor in the general direction of the icon will suffice; you do not have to hit the icon itself. The color of the inner ring and pointer changes to reflect your selection. When you release the binding, the selected skill will be used.
    You can close an OPie ring without performing any actions by right-clicking, pressing Escape, or by releasing the binding while the mouse cursor is in the middle of the ring.
    Other rings you can experiment with include the Quest Items ring (ALT-Q), the Raid Markers ring (ALT-R), the World Markers ring (ALT-Y), the Minimap Tracking ring (ALT-F), and, for some classes, class-specific ability rings (generally Mouse Button 4 and Mouse Button 5).

    Binding rings
    Most of the rings built into OPie specify default bindings, which will only be used if they do not conflict with any existing bindings in your UI. Ring bindings that you explicitly set will be always be used.
    You can change or disable the binding used for any OPie ring from the Ring Bindings configuration panel. Open the panel by typing /opie bind (or manually locating the panel in the Addons tab of the Interface Options

    If the panel does not show upon using the slash command, OPie was not installed correctly.

    Left-click on a button next to the name of the ring the binding of which you'd like to change, and then press the new key binding, click "Unbind" below to disable the ring's binding, or right-click on the button to restore the default ring binding. You cannot bind OPie rings to the Left and Right mouse buttons, and it is best to avoid the Middle Mouse Button as well.

    Creating your own rings
    You can choose which actions appear in OPie rings: you can modify or delete the rings included by default, or create entirely new rings to fit your play style. Type /opie rings to open the Custom Rings configuration panel. From there, either select an existing ring using the dropdown menu, or click "New Ring..." to create an entirely new ring.
    The list of actions ("slices") appears to the left of the ring details view. You can click on an action in this list to view and edit details concerning the slice, or drag the icon away from the vertical list to remove the slice from the ring. Add new slices by clicking the smaller plus button at the bottom of the slice list, and browsing to find the desired actions.
    OPie rings can contain many different types of slices: abilities, items, mounts, battle pets, macros, custom OPie macros (longer and more awesome than those created using /macro), raid and world markers, DataBroker launchers, and a few more, including the extra action button.
    You can add as many slices to a ring as you wish. If you intend to use the ring in combat, it is best not to include more than 8 slices: quickly selecting a specific slice in a larger ring is difficult.

    Sharing rings
    You can share your custom rings with other players. Click the "Share ring" button to generate a snapshot of the ring, which could look something like this:
    oetohH7 vtKqGge q4WZuwi tem932q 4WZrwit em932q4 WZtwite m932q4W ZGwitem 93234wT reasure 06Room9 134wALT 0AG9144.
    Given a ring snapshot, the other player can recreate the ring by clicking the "New Ring..." button within the Custom Rings panel, selecting "Import Snapshot", and pasting the snapshot text into the appropriate edit box.

    Customizing OPie options

    You can customize OPie's appearance and behavior through its options panel, opened by the /opie command. There are a number of behavior options of particular interest:

    Center rings at mouse
    By default, OPie puts rings at the center of your screen, and you activate slices by moving the mouse to particular locations. With this option enabled, rings will be centered at the mouse cursor instead, letting you simply move the mouse in a particular direction to activate a slice.

    Quick action at ring center
    Enabling this option allows OPie to remember which slice you used last. If you release the ring binding while your mouse is in the center of the ring, this slice will be used again. OPie will only remember using slices for which the "Allow as quick action" checkbox in the Custom Rings ring detail view has been checked.

    Per-slice bindings
    With this option enabled, slices can also be selected by pressing specific bindings when a ring is open. The slice bindings can be customized through the Bindings panel (/opie bind).

    Activate on left click
    By default, OPie will perform an action when you release the ring binding. With this option enabled, the ring remains open until you select a slice by clicking the left mouse button.
    Appearance options are more straightforward: you can use those to control what OPie will show you when you interact with a ring. If you've replaced your stance bar with a ring, you can also choose to hide the default stance bar here.

    Advanced Features
    OPie has a large number of options that allow further customization, but are not required to use the addon. This section describes some of the more interesting advanced features.

    Custom macros
    When you add custom macros (created within OPie, instead of the /macro interface) to OPie rings, OPie is able to perform some basic rewriting to account for the abilities of your characters. You can include the following special tokens within the /cast-like commands in your macros:
    Replaced by the first-available ground mount.
    Replaced by the first-available flying mount.
    Replaced by the name of the spell corresponding to the provided spell ID (12345) if that spell is known by your character.
    OPie automatically transforms the names of known abilities to the {{spell:id}} tokens; this is indicated by the identified ability names changing to a light-blue color when the custom macro is saved. This lets you include commands like /cast Nature's Swiftness; Renewal; Cenarion Ward in your custom macros, which OPie will automatically rewrite to reference only the talent you currently have.

    Profiles allow you to save OPie options and ring bindings, but not custom rings or their contents. OPie will automatically activate the last profile used by your character's specialization group when you log in or switch active specs.

    To create a new profile, open the OPie options panel (/opie) and select the "Create a new profile" option within the "Profile:" dropdown. To switch to a different profile, select the desired profile within the same dropdown.

    Per-ring customization of options
    You can customize many of OPie's options on a per-ring basis, which can for example be used to enable per-slice bindings for only some rings. Select the desired ring from the right-most dropdown on the OPie options panel to change options for only that ring.

    A similar dropdown appears in the bindings panel, allowing you to switch between customizing ring bindings, per-slice bindings (defaults or per-ring per-slice bindings), and other miscellaneous bindings.

    Nested rings
    You can add OPie rings as slices in other OPie rings. When you do this, a single slice of the nested ring will appear within the outer ring; if you select that slice, that action will be performed.

    When you position the mouse cursor to selected a nested ring slice, the nested ring appears as a smaller sub-ring. You can rotate which slice of this ring appears within the main ring by scrolling the mouse wheel. While a nested ring slice is selected, you can click the middle mouse button to open the nested sub-ring.

    You can customize the buttons used to scroll through and open nested rings through the OPie Bindings panel: select "Other Bindings" from the right-most dropdown box.

    Conditional bindings
    OPie allows you to dynamically change ring bindings depending on the state of Macro conditionals, and extended macro conditionals. Alt-click on a ring binding button to enter a conditional binding. Some examples:

    The slice is shown while you're out of combat, or if you're holding a modifier key (alt, control, or shift), while opening the ring.
    [combat,@target,noexists] hide; show
    The slice is hidden if you're in combat and do not have a target, and is shown otherwise.
    The slice is shown when you're in any type of party/raid/instance group.
    The slice is shown when your target is in your group.
    When evaluating the [mod] family of macro conditionals, any modifiers that are part of the binding are ignored.

    Kg Panels___TBC 2.4.3___
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    kgPanels is the successor to eePanels2. Its designed for lightweight use and quick load times. It has almost all of the features of eePanels2 and sports the following additional features. See in FAQ in the config menu for details. kgPanelsConfig, is a seperate LOD mod to configure kgPanels. This helps keep the weight down and only loads when you tell it.
    /kgpanels for options.

    General Options
    Contains both a checkbox to enable/disable kgPanels and layout options.

    Here you can create a layout in order to save it to use later or export it for others to use. You can also import layouts here.
    To activate, export, delete, or rename a layout simply select it from the list of layouts which appear when you expand the Layouts menu item.
    Exporting and importing is a simple copy/paste of a very large string of text containing information about all the panels in a given layout.

    Art Library
    Custom artwork for panels can be added here. Simply enter a name for your artwork to be referenced within kgPanels, select what type it is (Background or Border), and enter the path to the artwork.
    Its recommended creating a directory within WoW's \Interface\AddOns directory: e.g.: {WoW_Install_Root}\Interface\AddOns\textures
    This is because a reinstall or update to kgPanels (or any other mod) would wipe out any files in their folders placed there by users.

    ISome caveats:
    • Images must be in TarGA (.tga) format.
    • Dimensions must be powers of 2, e.g.: 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512
    • Width and Height don't have to match (you can have an image that is 128px by 512px) but you cannot exceed 512px on either side.
    • When entering the path to your custom artwork, you must use \\ as folder separators, as well as starting the path with \\. To specificy an image path using Kagaro's example above you'd enter:\\Interface\\AddOns\\textures\\myCustomArtwo rk.tga
    • You can create an image, save it, and load it in kgPanels while keeping WoW running, without needing to reload the UI. However, once you have loaded the image this way, if you make any changes and save the image while WoW is running, you'll have to reload the UI to see them.

    Default Panel Options
    Fairly self explanatory, this has a single panel definition that can be used as a template for new panels you create.
    There are seven sets of options for Panels:

    General Settings
    • Intercept Mouse Clicks checkbox: Does just what it says.
      • When unchecked, you will be able to click on a UI or world object behind the panel and interact with it normally.
      • When checked, the panel will prevent you from clicking on things behind it. Keep in mind that you will need this enabled if you plan to attach scripts to a panel that use OnLeave, OnEnter, or OnClick mouse events.

    • Lock Panel checkbox: Prevents the panel from being moved or resized using the mouse. You can still define dimensions and location in the panel's config menu.
    • Remove Panel button: normally this would remove the selected panel from a layout entirely.
    • Copy & From dropdowns: Specify a panel attribute (or all of them) and the panel to copy them from to the current panel.
    • Rename: Renames the panel.

    Color And Opacity Settings
    • Panel Opacity slider: Goes from 0% (fully transparent) to 100% (fully opague).
    • Background Color Style dropdown & Background Color picker:Gradient, None, and Solid.
      • When Gradient is selected, the color picker affects the left side of a horizontal gradient and the bottom side of a vertical gradient.
      • When Solid is selected it affects the entire panel's background.
      • If you want a custom texture to appear then you must select None.

    • Background Gradient Style dropdown & Background Gradient Color picker: Allows you to change from a horizontal to vertical gradient, if you selected Gradient above. The color picker affects the color of the right side of a horizontal gradient and the color of the top of a vertical gradient.
    • Background Color Blending: Unfortunately I can't seem to discern what this does in a predictable way. Blending mode determines how the alpha component is applied to the texture. check WowWiki for more info on Blending modes.

    Position Settings
    • Panel Width & Panel Height textboxes: Here you can adjust the width and height of a panel (measured in pixels).
    • X & Y Offset textboxes: This adjusts the panel's position on the screen, the offset is from the panel's anchor.
    • Level slider: Adjusts a panel's Z-Index within its Strata. A panel with a Z-Index of 0 will appear behind a panel with a Z-Index of 20 unless the first panel is in a higher Strata than the second.
    • Strata dropdown:Selects the Strata your panel will reside in. Like the Z-Index Level this affects whether panels appear in front of or behind various UI objects. According to WoWWiki, the order from lowest to highest.

    • Note there are some other Strata layers that aren't used in kgPanels:
      • Background
      • Low
      • Medium
      • High
      • Dialog
      • Tooltip

    • Scaling slider: adjusts the overall size of a panel. Goes from 10%-200%.

    Parent And Anchor Settings
    • Parent Frame textbox: Enter the frame that you want this panel to be a child of. Be aware that it will inherit certain properties from its Parent, and certain mods that recycle frames can cause unpredictable behavior when attaching a panel as a child of a recycled frame.
    • Anchor Frame textbox: This sets the frame that your panel's anchoring (and by extension, positional offset settings) will be based on. Be aware that this doesn't have to be the same as the panel's parent frame.
    • Anchor From dropdown: Sets the point on the panel that anchors to its Anchor Frame.
    • Anchor To dropdown: Sets the point on the panel's anchor frame that the panel anchors to.

    Texture Options
    • Background Texture
      • Name dropdown: Select a texture for the panel's background from those available (Blizz, SharedMedia, or Custom).
      • Rotate slider: Rotate the selected texture.
      • Flip Horizontally & Vertically checkboxes: Flips the selected texture horizontally and vertically on the panel.
      • Tile Background checkbox & Tile Size slider: Checking scales the texture to the selected Tile Size and tiles it over the background of the panel.

    • Border Texture
      • Name dropdown: Select a texture for the panel's border from those available (Blizz, SharedMedia, or Custom).

    • Border Edge Size slider: Adjusts the thickness of a selected border texture (measured in pixels).
    • Background Insets textboxes: Allows you to set an inset for the background texture in order to create additional room for border textures.

    Text Options
    • General Text Settings
      • Text textbox: Input the text you'd like to appear on the panel here.
      • Font Color picker: Choose the color of the text on your panel.
      • Font Size slider: Set the font size of the text on your panel. Goes from 6-30.
      • Font: Set the font you want to use, please note this font list is provided by SharedMedia.

    • Text Positioning textboxes: Allow you set the X and Y Offsets (from the center of the panel) of your entered text.

    Allows you to specify an AddOn dependency for custom scripts on your panel, and to enter your own custom scripts for the following frame event callbacks on the panel:
    • OnLoad: Scripts run when the panel is loaded in the UI. For OnEvent Scripts you'll generally want to register events to the panel here. (Example: this - RegisterEvent("CHAT_MSG"); will cause the panel frame's OnEvent scripts to fire when a chat message is recieved. See the full list. You won't necessarily be able to utilize all of these.)
    • OnEvent: Scripts run when events registered with the panel frame are fired.
    • OnUpdate: Scripts run after processing of events and user actions, but before UI elements are drawn on the screen.
    • OnShow: Scripts run just before a hidden panel frame is shown.
    • OnHide: Scripts run when a visible panel frame is hidden.

    Requires "Intercept Mouse Clicks" to be enabled on panel:

    • OnEnter: Scripts run when the mouse cursor enters the panel frame.
    • OnLeave: Scripts run when the mouse cursor leaves the panel frame.
    • OnClick: Scripts run when the panel frame recieves a mouse-click.

    Active PanelsContains a textbox for entering the name of a new panel, as well as buttons to create the panel based on the defined default template or not. You also access the config menus of panels you have created here, which contain the same config options detailed above.

    The ingame FAQ is better read ingame rather than repeated here.

    Allows you to have entirely separate kgPanels settings for each character, realm, or class. Additionally there is also a default profile and you can create your own.

    Screen Shots

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    nUI___TBC 2.4.3___
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    nUI is a user interface replacement for World of Warcraft. It is 100% standalone code designed to feel like Bliz meant the UI to look this way. nUI removes a ton of clutter from the display, provides detailed targeting information, an integrated HUD, cooldowns and more all in one tightly integrated single-source addon that requires no user configuration.This is *not* an addon pack. It is a single, custom, hand-coded addon.

    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

    Spartan UI___TBC 2.4.3___
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    SpartanUI was originally designed to free your screen by moving a majority of the interface elements to the bottom. While that is still the core focus of the primary addon and configuration it has become much more over the last year. With 3.3.X Spartan UI Has started on a path to become completely modular so that you, the user can use only the pieces you want and give you the complete control over your UI. Starting with SpartanUI 4.X.X SpartanUI will have a fully themeable system giving you multiple looks and styles. While this is partially in place and supported in the current 3.3.X Builds it is still in its infancy and as such I am holding it back so that i can have the system fully flushed out. We all hate buggy and rocky launches. As part of the new theme system you can even make your own styles and themes as separate add ons. The Core Spartan UI themes use Bartender4 to manage the bars, as other start to make their own themes I hope that I can come to support many other bar systems. As part of the move to being modular in design you can now disable the components you don't want to use and truly make it your UI.

    • Artwork (Bar layouts are managed by the Artwork Style you select)
    • Player Frames
    • Party Frames
    • Raid Frames
    • Spin Cam
    • Film Effects

    Required Addons
    • Bartender4

    All mentioned addons are available in this private post!!

    Auctionator___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Auctionator is designed for casual everyday auction house users. Auctionator makes the auction house easier to use, by presenting auction house listings clearly and succinctly, and by eliminating the tedium involved in posting and managing auctions.

    Aren't auction house mods like Auctionator effectively cheating
    • Of course, I don't think so at all, but that's not to say that there aren't problems with the auction house experience. In particular, the problem of auction house campers, who continually monitor and undercut anyone who undercuts them is a real issue, and when it occurs, the victims' frustration is quite understandable.

      But the solution is not to make the auction house so tedious and time-consuming to use, that campers give up. Not that they would anyway. Imagine that the standard auction house user interface were more logical and user-friendly. Would anyone suggest making it less so, just to attempt to deter auction house campers?

      Now there's nothing wrong with undercutting - that's the way markets are supposed to work. And as much as I don't like when my own auctions get undercut, the other side of the coin is that it's a good thing for buyers. The problem is that, the way the WoW auction house works, undercutting by a trivial amount yields far too much benefit to the seller and almost no benefit to the buyer. Being the cheapest auction, even if by only a single copper, always pushes you to the front of the line. There's no real-world market I can think of that works like this. Who would pick one music store over another because it sold CDs for a penny less? Or cross the street to a different gas station that sold gas for 2.39.98 per gallon rather than 2.39.99? In real world markets there are always other considerations (eg. "I'm already on this side of the street") that trump trivial differences in price.

      The solution needs to be inherent to the mechanics of the auction house. Blizzard needs to make it so that it's much less effective to camp the auction house. My current thinking is that a good solution would be for Blizzard to implement a minimum undercut of say, 5 percent. That would have the effect of increasing the cost of reposting to sellers and increasing the benefit of lower prices to buyers. Not clear though what the unintended side-effects of this might be but I think it, or something similar, would be worth a try.

    Auctionator is Crashing
    Auctionator is pretty stable these days so if it's crashing, the most likely reason is that the Auctionator data files stored on your computer have gotten corrupted. This can happen if Warcraft crashes while writing out these files. There are a couple of ways you can try to fix this:
    • Go to Auctionator > Options > Clears and click Clear Scanning History. Then restart WoW and see if the problem is fixed. If the problem is not fixed, go back to that panel and click Clear Posting History and again, restart WoW and see if the problem is fixed. If not, repeat with the other buttons on that page.
    • If that doesn't work you may have to manually delete the Auctionator data files. To do this you need to locate the SavedVariables folder. On my machine it's at:C:\Users\Public\Games\World of Warcraft\WTF\Account\YOURACCOUNTNAME\SavedVariable sIn that folder you will find a file called Auctionator.lua and another called Auctionator.lua.bak. Delete the two files and restart WoW.

    Can you add a button to let me cancel multiple auctions with a single click
    • I'm afraid Blizzard intentionally makes this impossible.

    Can you make it so that I can buy multiple auctions with a single click
    • I'm afraid Blizzard intentionally makes this impossible.

    Disconnecting During Full Scan
    • Auctionator has a rate limiter as part of its full scan. Changing the value of that rate limiter might prevent your disconnection. To change the value type in chat /atr fsc 40. That will change the rate limiter value from the default of 50 to 40. If that doesn't work you can try lower values. This change is sticky - you don't have to do it every time you log in.

    In item tooltips, why does Auctionator display the most recently scanned price rather than an average of some sort
    • Of course, what we all want is a good estimate of how much a particular item will sell for at the auction house. The question then is whether there is a mathematical function - be it simple historical averaging or something more sophisticated - that can yield a better estimate than simply showing the most recently scanned low price.

      It's certainly possible that there is, but I would bet that it would require quite a bit of sophisticated data analysis and would yield a only a marginal improvement. Doing something simple, like averaging prices over time or averaging all auctions of the AH is almost certainly going to be worse, in general, then just showing the current low price.

      After the 4.0.1 patch came out, glyph prices on my server jumped up to around 75g and were selling briskly at that rate. But every once in a while one player would post a bunch at a very specific price around 25g. I'm guessing that some auction house mod was recommending that price based on some average that included prices before the patch. That's a problem with using historic data - things change in WoW. Even when they change less abruptly, averages will respond slowly to upward and downward trends.

      The other reason Auctionator displays the most recent price, is that it's very clear what it is. It isn't some estimate based on historic data of unknown duration, weighted according to some unknown scheme, minus outliers of unknown definition. Is the most recent price always going to be a good estimate of what an item will sell for? Not always. But that's also the case for the result of more complicated averages. If you look in the comments or on the forums for other auction house addons, you'll find plenty of questions about wacky price estimates.

    Undercut Specific Auction
    • Just click on the auction that you want to undercut and Auctionator will change its recommendations appropriately.

    What kind of history does Auctionator track
    • Auctionator tracks two different kinds of history. For a long time, Auctionator has kept a record of auctions that you post. This is displayed for an item when you click the Other tab. As of version 2.7.3, Auctionator began recording the low price of every item that gets scanned. When you click the History tab you now see the highest low price recorded for each day. By default, Auctionator keeps the history going back 21 days but you can change that in the Auctionator settings.

    Why doesn't Auctionator show bid or starting prices
    • My number one design goal for Auctionator is to keep it simple. An important piece of this is reducing the clutter of numbers displayed on the screen and the simplest way to do this is to ignore bid prices. For some people this might be a big inconvenience, but I find that the vast majority of users treat the AH more like a marketplace and rarely, if ever, pay any attention to bid prices. This is fundamental to the design of Auctionator.

    Why doesn't Auctionator show seller names
    • This is still something I may add someday. The way the WoW programming interfaces work, it's faster and more robust to ignore seller names, which is why I haven't done it yet.

    Auctioneer Suite___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Auctioneer Suite
    Auctioneer Suite provides you with the tools and data necessary to make those difficult auctioning decisions with ease.

    From purchasing to posting, the Auctioneer Suite 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, GnomeWorks, and Skillet.

    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:

    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 at a time. Note that Blizzard introduced a hardware event requirement to confirm each posting, but, with Appraiser's Batch Posting, you reduce the total clicks from two per auction, to one.
    • 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.
      • Alt+Left-Click == Refresh Pricing of all Batch Postable Items.
      • 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.
      • Ctrl+Shft+Alt+Left-Click == Queue all items that have the "Allow Batch Posting" checkbox selected (located at the top of the item information pane).

    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!

    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:
      • Resale - Prompts you for deals based on discount from the market value, AH fee, and expected relistings
      • Disenchant - Prompts you for deals based on disenchanting armor and weapons
      • Prospecting - Prompts you for jewelcrafting deals from prospecting ores
      • 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

    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 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 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.

    Epic Music Player___TBC 2.4.3___
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    '''EpicMusicPlayer is a World of Warcraft game music and custom mp3 player with multiple playlist support a broker plugin and a fancy little 3d model.'''

    Watch a 2 minutes high quality video demo on YouTube:)

    • Playlist with all the WoW game music. Over 2000 Songs including Legion music.
    • Fancy little 3d model which will play/dance to your music
    • Data Broker plugin
    • Multiple playlist support.
    • Search for songs
    • Custom zone music: Define music to play based on your zone.
    • Send informaton about a song to a channel or whisper it to a player

    Ark Inventory___TBC 2.4.3___
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    AI's display windows are built from "virtual bars", you assign categories to bars so that items in that category are displayed on the specific bars you want. There is no limit to the number of bars you can have inside a window but obviously you only have so much screen real estate before it becomes "too many".

    AI uses several methods to assign a default category to an item such as what professions you have, tooltip scanning, basic type/subtype and PeriodicTable. You then assign those categories to a virtual bar.

    You can also over-ride the default category by creating a rule that matches either a single or multiple items.

    • user configurable window width and height
    • separate keybindings for each location for easy viewing
    • assign items to a category of your choice (overrides the default assignment
    • assign categories to the bar of your choice
    • unlimited number of bars (there are practical limits though before your screen becomes full)
    • sort each bar differently if required
    • user configurable bars per row

    Key Bindings:
    • Press ESCAPE to bring up the blizzard menu
    • click on Key Bindings
    • scroll down to ArkInventory
    • bind the keys you want to use

    the wiki is here [url=https://github.com/arkayenro/arkinventory/wiki/url]

    to see how you need to setup sorting go here

    the FAQ is here [url=https://github.com/arkayenro/arkinventory/wiki/FAQ]

    Baggins___TBC 2.4.3___
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    • Create Rules based on
      • ItemType (Armor, Weapon, Consumable etc)
      • Equip Location
      • Item Quality
      • Periodic Table Set
      • Bag or Bag Type
      • Soulbound, Unbound, BoE, BoP, BoU
      • ItemID (individual items)
      • Item name, or partial item name
      • Fully customizable bag layout
      • Create any number of bags with any number of sections
      • Can be setup to be one sorted bag for everything, a bag for each category, or anything in between

    Basic Usage
    In its default setup Baggins has a set of bags defined that contain categories of items, in some cases divided into sections
    • Equipment
      • Armor
      • Weapons

    • Quest
      • Quest Items

    • Consumables
      • Water
      • Food
      • First Aid
      • Potions
      • Scrolls
      • Misc (Everything else)

    • Trade Goods
      • Mats
      • Gathered

    • Ammo
      • Ammo
      • Soul Shards

    • Other
      • Other (all items that dont match another category) : Trash : Empty
        There is also an all in one setup available with a single bag containing your entire inventory. These two built in profiles can be loaded using the Load Profile menu entry
    Baggins is primarily controlled through a FuBar plugin (mini map icon if you dont have FuBar).Clicking this will open all your bags, the toolip has all your bags listed that clicking will open individually.There is a keybinding that can be set to toggle all bags, they will also open at vendors, the bank, the mailbox and the auction house automaticallyAlt-Clicking an item in one of the baggins bags will bring up a context menu.This is a quick way to include or exclude single items from categories. There is also a menu here with information about the item, this can be useful for defining custom rules.

    You can move where the bags are placed when the layout is set to auto by selecting Set Layout Bounds

    Editing Bags
    Selecting Edit Bags from the menu will open a window listing all the currently defined bags.

    This allows you to setup the sections contained in bags, and what categories of items are displayed. When a section contains more than one category items that match either category will appear in the section.Bags and sections can be deleted by Ctrl-Clicking them and moved up or down by Shift-Clicking and Alt-Clicking respectively.If you cant see all your bags in the window, it can be scrolled by using the mousewheel. You might also have to scroll down to see the close button.

    Editing Categories
    Selecting Edit Categories from the menu will open a window listing all currently defined categories, this acts much like the edit bags window.A category is defined as a sequence of rules, applied in order to each item to determine whether the item is in this category.Rules are applied in sequence, OR will add items to the category that match the rule, AND will remove items from the category that dont match the rule, NOT will remove items from the category that do match the rule.

    Types of rules
    • ItemType
      • Filters based on type/subtype of the item, this is based on return value from GetItemInfo().

    • ContainerType
      • Filters based on the Type of the container the item is in

    • ItemID
      • Filters based on a list of items based on itemid

    • Bag
      • Filters based on the bag that the item is in

    • Periodic Table Set
      • Filters based on the sets defined in the PeriodicTable-2.0 library, there is a broswer for the sets available.

    • ItemName
      • Filters based on a partial match of the item name, this can be a Pattern or a string to match

    • Empty
      • Filters empty slots

    • AmmoBag
      • Filters items contained in ammo pouches and quivers

    • Quality
      • Filters based on the quality of the item

    • EquipLoc
      • Filters based on the equip location of the item, this is based on the return values from GetItemInfo()

    • Other
      • Special rule that will match all items that dont get picked up by another category in the current set of bags. IMPORTANT: This must be the only rule in a category, other rules will be ignored

    • Bind see warning
      • Filters based on how an item binds or if it is already soulbound

    • Tooltip see warning
      • Filters based on text in the tooltip. If the text is the name of a global string, it will match against that.

    Equipment Sets
    Baggins_ClosetGnome, Baggins_ItemRack, or Baggins_Outfitter

    Baggins_ClosetGnome is a plugin for Baggins that adds filter rules for ClosetGnome sets. It does not have its own interface. The filters are made available through Baggins's normal category creation. Rules can be created that match a specific ClosetGnome set, any ClosetGnome set, or anything not in any ClosetGnome set.
    • ClosetGnome sets
      There's no way to modify a set. It's as simple as: 1. equip set, 2. add a new set with the same name, and it will be overwritten.

      There is no "autoset" support in ClosetGnome, but there's nothing stopping you from making a 3rd party addon for it. ClosetGnome_BigWigs can be used to equip sets per boss, for example.

      When you add a set, the character frame will pop up and all the slots will be green. Clicking a slot will make it red, which means that slot will be *ignored* for that set. If you want a slot to be empty, make sure it's empty when creating the set and keep it enabled (green). Control+Clicking a slot will snatch the icon of the current item there and use as the set icon, which makes the tooltip list a bit nicer.

      Equipping a set in combat is obviously not possible, so the set will be queued automatically and switched to when you get out of combat. If the set contains any weapons, the weapons will be switched immediately if that option is on.

    • Macro
      You can easily equip a ClosetGnome set in a macro like so:/script ClosetGnome:WearSet(MySetName)
      • Other methods that might be useful for macros include ]ClosetGnome:IsSetFullyEquipped(setName), ClosetGnome:HasSet(setName) and ClosetGnome:FindItem(itemName).

      • FindItem simply searches your bags for a item, and if it finds it, it returns the bag number and slot number where it is located, and if it does not find anything, it returns -1, so it's safe to use it in a if statement to see if you're currently carrying the required items to equip a set or not.

      • Filters on items being in your ClosetGnome / ItemRack / Outfitter sets (any set, or specific ones)

    • Baggins_ItemRackis a plugin for Baggins that adds filter rules for ItemRack sets. It does not have its own interface. The filters are made available through Baggins' normal category creation. Rules

    • Baggins_Outfitter is a plugin for Baggins that adds filter rules for Outfitter sets. It does not have its own interface. The filters are made available through Baggins's normal category creation. Rules can be created that match a specific Outfitter set, any Outfitter set, or anything not in any Outfitter set.

    • Usability via Baggins_Usable
      Filters on items being usable / equippable
      • Baggins UsableBaggins_Usable is a plugin for Baggins that adds filter rules for items that you can equip, consume or use. It does not have its own interface. The filters are made available through Baggins' normal category creation

    • GarbageFu Status via Baggins_GarbageFu
      Filters on items being tagged as drop/keep in FuBar_GarbageFu
      • Baggins_GarbageFu- This small Baggins addon adds filtering on drop/keep item configuration in <html><a href="/wiki/FuBar_GarbageFu" title="FuBar GarbageFu">FuBar_GarbageFu</a></html>. The typical use is for filtering out trash from bag views.

    • Auctioneer's Bottom Scanner purchased for reasons via
      • Baggins_BtmScan
        Filters on the "reason for purchase" tag in the Bottom Scanner tooltip, to easily sort your vendor, disenchant, resale, etc., purchases.Baggins_BtmScan - This addon adds Bottom Scanner filtering categories to Baggins. Have you ever bought a lot of items on the AH with Bottom Scanner and then spent ages searching your bags for them? This addon will help you!

    • How does it work?
      • There are filters available for every BtmScan evaluator module you have installed, and they should be fairly self-explanatory.
      • You create a category with one or more of these filters, add the category to a bag, and it will filter all your items for you.
      • New versions of this addon will be designed to work with Auctioneer Advanced, and the support for the classic version of Auctioneer has been dropped.

    • Warning: The Bind and Tooltip rules use tooltip scanning and take significantly more time to process than the other rules, use them sparingly.
      • These rules can be combined to create any type of sorting system that you want, the built in categories and simply a starting point to give you an idea of what is possible.
      • Changes to rules arent applied in real time to prevent lag while editing them, closing the category editor or pressing the apply button at the bottom will apply them.

    Bagnon___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Bagnon is a bag replacement addon designed to help the player find items as quickly and as easily as possible. Beyond the basic all-bags-in-one functionality, Bagnon also provides:

    • Flash Find and intelligent text searching (see syntax)
    • Highly customizable rulesets
    • Ability to view the items of any character, from anywhere
    • Coloring based on quality, being a quest or unusable item and more
    • Inventory, bank, vault and guild bank support
    • Databroker support

    Buffet___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Buffet is a simple water/food managing addon inspired by BaudConsumables and Munchies. Unlike Baud and Munchies, Buffet does not swap items on the action bar (the noise bothered me). Instead it edits macros on the fly (out of combat) to provide you with the best food, water, potions, stones, and bandages. To make Buffet work, you must provide two macros, "AutoHP" and "AutoMP". Drop these on your action bar like any other macro, Buffet will change the macros as needed to provide you with food and drink out of combat, potions and stones in combat, and bandages on shift (HP macro only, of course). Buffet will always pick the smaller stack if equal-strength items are found. Conjured items will always be preferred over permanent ones.

    Buy em all___TBC 2.4.3___
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    BuyEmAll enhances the shift-click interface at vendors.

    Type in the amount you want to buy
    This is actually part of the default UI. Enough people don’t know about it due to the fact that there is no cursor and clicking in the box gives no feedback, that I decided to list it here.

    Buy more than the stack size of the item at once
    For instance, if you want to buy 80 pieces of Silk Thread, you currently have to shift-click the thread, enter 20, hit Okay, shift-click the thread, enter 20, hit Okay, shift-click the thread, enter 20, hit Okay, shift-click the thread, enter 20, and hit Okay.

    With BuyEmAll, you shift-click the thread, enter 80, hit Okay, and confirm that you want to buy more than a stack if the confirm is turned on. While you can disable the confirmation, I wouldn't recommend it unless you're careful with your purchases.

    To toggle the purchase confirmation box use the slash command: /buyemall confirm

    Know how much you will be spending

    Below the box where you enter the amount is a money display. This updates as you change the amount you are going to buy, showing you exactly how much your purchase will cost.

    Quickly fill stacks or buy as much as you can
    The BuyEmAll window has Stack and Max buttons which allow you to enter a full stack or as much as you can afford/fit. Hovering over the buttons shows a tooltip with the number of items you will be buying and how much it will cost. See Notes for information on the maximum you can buy.

    If you already have some of an item, the first click of the Stack button will enter the amount you need to fill that stack. Subsequent clicks will add full stacks to your purchase. Also, right clicks will decrease the amount by one full stack.

    Maximum Purchase
    The amount you can enter is limited by:

    • The amount of free space in your bags. Partial stacks are included in this calculation, as are specialty bags (e.g. free slots in enchanting bags will be only be counted towards your free space if you are buying an essence, dust, or shard).

    • The amount you can afford.

    • The amount available from the vendor (for limited stock items). A breakdown of these numbers is included in the Max button’s tooltip.
      If you can only buy one item for any of these reasons, shift-click behaves just like a left click, picking up one of the item onto your cursor. If you can’t buy any, then shift-click does nothing.

    Due to the API for purchasing items from vendors changing, preset stacks effectively are no different than normal items to addons. So, no need to worry about preset stacks anymore, whichever number you enter, is how many items you will get. Usually that is.

    One Bag___TBC 2.4.3___
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    OneBag3 is part of a long line of bag replacements for the default game bags that will combine all of your bags into one frame.

    OneBag has a long history of minimalism and OneBag3 will continue to uphold the standard of easy of use and simplicity it's predecessors set. Like the earlier versions, OneBag3 will continue to offer powerful options for those who wish to delve a little deeper.

    Also in the vein of earlier iterations I've kept to the philosophy of doing as little work as possible, as a result the code base is very small, and most of it is in the OneCore library. As of the time of writing there are only 268 lines of code unique to OneBag3, and only 1804 lines of code in OneCore itself. LoC is a horrible stat in general, but it's fun none the less, and I cheat horribly since I build off the powerful Ace3 libraries.

    • Now with Search
    • Combines all of your bags into one.
    • Customizable number of columns
    • Inherent support for addons that interact with the default bags
    • Color coded slots by item rarity or bag type
    • Will automatically open and close for you when visiting the auction house, bank, mailbox, merchant or when trading with another player
    • Allows only certain bags to be displayed, either by slot or type
    • Custom bag bar which will highlight it's associated slots on mouseover. This highlighting can be locked in place by clicking.
    • Customizable scale, background color, alpha, and more.
    • Clean and powerful graphical configuration
    • Exposes WoW's built in bag sorting

    Advanced Filters:
    • Quality: q:[quality] or quality:[quality]. Example: q:epic
    • Level: l:[level], lvl:[level] or level:[quality]. Example lvl:30
    • Type or Subtype: t:[search], type:[search] or slot:[search]. Example t:weapon
    • Name: n:[name] or name:[name]. Example: n:lockbox
    • Sets: s:[set] or set:[set]. Example: s:fire
    • Tooltip Info: tt:[term], tip:[term] or tooltip:[term]Example: tt:binds

    Search Operators
    • Logical NOT: "!q:epic" matches items that are NOT epic.
    • Logical OR: "q:epic | q:rare" matches items that are either epic OR rare.
    • Logical AND: "q:epic & t:weapon" matches items that are epic AND weapons
    • Greater Than: "lvl: > 30" matches items that are higher than level 30.
    • Less Than "lvl: < 30" matches items that are less than level 30.
    • Greater or Equal to: "lvl: => 30" matches items that are lvl 30 or greater.
    • Lesser or Equal to: "lvl: <= 30" matches items that are lvl 30 or less.

    Special Keywords
    • soulbound, bound, bop - Bind on pickup items.
    • bou - Bind on use items.
    • boe - Bind on equip items.
    • boa - Bind on account items.
    • quest - Quest bound items.

    One Bank___TBC 2.4.3___
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    OneBank3 is the latest in a long line of bank bag replacements for the default bank bags that will combine all of your bags into one frame.

    OneBag has a long history of minimalism and OneBank3 will continue to uphold the standard of easy of use and simplicity it's predecessors set. Like the earlier versions OneBank will continue to offer powerful options for those who wish to delve a little deeper.

    Also in the vein of earlier iterations I've kept to the philosophy of doing as little work as possible, as a result the code base is very small, and most of it is in the OneCore library. As of the time of writing there are only 365 lines of code unique to OneBank3, and only 1804 lines of code in OneCore itself. LoC is a horrible stat in general, but it's fun none the less, and I cheat horribly since I build off the powerful Ace3 libraries.

    • Now with Search
    • Can now run completely independent of OneBag3
    • Combines all of your bank bags into one.
    • Customizable number of columns.
    • Inherent support for addons that interact with the default bags.
    • Color coded slots by item rarity or bag type.
    • Allows only certain bags to be displayed, either by slot or type.

    • Custom bag bar which will highlight it's associated slots on mouseover. This highlighting can be locked in place by clicking.
    • Integrated purchasing of bag slots.
    • Customizable scale, background color, alpha, and more.
    • Clean and powerful graphical configuration.
    • Full support for the Reagent Bank
    • Exposes WoW's built in bag sorting

    Advanced Filters:
    • Quality: q:[quality] or quality:[quality]. Example: q:epic
    • Level: l:[level], lvl:[level] or level:[quality]. Example lvl:30
    • Type or Subtype: t:[search], type:[search] or slot:[search]. Example t:weapon
    • Name: n:[name] or name:[name]. Example: n:lockbox
    • Sets: s:[set] or set:[set]. Example: s:fire
    • Tooltip Info: tt:[term], tip:[term] or tooltip:[term]. Example: tt:binds

    Search Operators:
    • Logical NOT: "!q:epic" matches items that are NOT epic.
    • Logical OR: "q:epic | q:rare" matches items that are either epic OR rare.
    • Logical AND: "q:epic & t:weapon" matches items that are epic AND weapons.
    • Greater Than: "lvl: > 30" matches items that are higher than level 30.
    • Less Than: "lvl: < 30" matches items that are less than level 30.
    • Greater or Equal to: "lvl: => 30" matches items that are lvl 30 or greater.
    • Lesser or Equal to: "lvl: <= 30" matches items that are lvl 30 or less.

    Special Keywords:
    • soulbound, bound, bop - Bind on pickup items.
    • bou - Bind on use items.
    • boe - Bind on equip items.
    • boa - Bind on account items.
    • quest - Quest bound items.

    One Ring___TBC 2.4.3___
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    OneRing3 is a plugin for OneBag3 that styles your keyring frame.

    It follows in the vein of minimalism and stability as the rest of the OneBag suite. For the purpose of configuration OneRing3 will use the same settings as OneBag3.
    Doesn't display more rows than you need to see.
    Color coded slots by item rarity
    Inherits from OneBag3 any scale, background color, alpha, and other options.

    Out Fitter___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Outfitter is an equipment management addon which gives you fast access to multiple outfits to optimize your abilities in PvE and PvP, automated equip and unequip for convenience doing a variety of activities, or to enhance role-playing.

    Outfitter includes an icon bar for fast access to your outfits, a minimap menu for fast compact access, support for LibDataBroker, scripting with a library of pre-made scripts for most common tasks, item comparisons across outfits, and more.

    Outfitter can also generate outfits for you, optimized for a specific combination of stats you specify or using Pawn weights (must have Pawn installed).

    Lots of things can go wrong, but one of the most common is people having problems with Outfitter not working at all. Crazy stuff like tons of errors (if errors are enabled), or it won't change outfits, or the UI is a train wreck. This happens pretty much for one reason: Outfitter was updated while WoW was still running. Just restart WoW all the way from the desktop (not just from login) and it'll be happy again.

    Why? Addons have a file called the Table of Contents which describes how WoW should load and start the addon. The problem is that WoW copies the ToC file into memory at startup and will never update it again as long as WoW is still running. If an addon update has changes to the ToC then WoW won't see those changes if it's still running while you update. Those changes to the ToC may include critical things like new files to be loaded. Without those files the addon likely can't even initialize itself correctly resulting in all those errors, mangled UI, etc.

    Pawn___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Pawn helps you find upgrades for your gear and tell which of two items is better for your spec. Start with built-in advice from Ask Mr. Robot, or customize Pawn's stat weights to have it suggest items based on your favorite class guide or simulator. Pawn can help you decide whether it's better to use the cloak with 500 mastery or the one with 450 crit—whether you're just starting out, or you're an advanced player who plans out gear upgrades and regularly simulates and evaluates performance.

    Scrap___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Scrap sells all your junk when you visit a merchant. What makes it different from other junk selling addons? Mainly, it is:

    Intuitive & easy to use
    • Uses an intelligent & dynamic junk list
    • Provides in-game tutorials for quick learning
    • Can automatically repair your equipment
    • Supports many plugins which add extra functionality
    • Mostly Load on Demand

    Sell-O-Matic___TBC 2.4.3___
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    The purpose of this mod is to help us sell the kind of items that we get most frequently: Junk!

    How to use it
    • Open the merchant window.
    • Check if the top right coin style button is greyed or not.
    • If the button isn't greyed it means you have items to sell. If you hover your mouse above the button it will display the total profit you will earn.
    • Hit the button and all junk items will be sold
    • Profit!

    T-bag___TBC 2.4.3___
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    This is the long awaited expansion to EngBags, which works with 2.0. Yay! In addition to the auto-sorting you've come to know and love, I've added many new features, including searching for items (in mail, etc.) You can also see and use the original default UI bags, which have slots free overlaid on top of them. There are also many convenience features, like highlighting new items, colored spotlighting, and purchase bank bags without having to unload the addon. A visual edit mode allows you to rearrange categories to your taste, and an advanced customization window enables you to completely configure every aspect of TBag.

    Getting Started TBag can only "see" something you've seen, so for every character:
    • Open your bags
    • Go to the bank
    • Check your mail
    • View your body
    • Open all your trade windows

    This allows you to view the bag and bank contents of your characters at any time (sorted according to their trade skills) by clicking the name dropdown in the upper right. It also enables you to do a full item search from the search textbox just to the left of the name dropdown.

    X-Loot___TBC 2.4.3___
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    All options are available via /xloot or Interface -> AddOns -> XLoot (/xlm toggles Monitor's anchors, /xlg toggles Group's)

    XLoot is a group of addons which improve looting in WoW by replacing default frames.

    XLoot Frame
    • Replaces the Loot Frame, adding more information and behavior/appearance options.
    • Adds rule-based auto-looting options
    • Allows you to link entire loot drops in chat

    XLoot Monitor
    • Shows a "toaster" for looting items, similar to Guild Wars 2, allowing you to either more visibly see what you and others loot, or remove loot messages from your chat box all together.

    XLoot Master
    • Provides a more convenient Master Looter menu
    • XLoot Group (Please read in-game warning)
    • Replaces Group Loot frames, modifies Loot Alerts/Bonus Roll frame
    • Group frames display current roll choices, the rolled numbers, and the winner.

    AtlasLoot Enhanced___TBC 2.4.3___
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    AtlasLoot Enhanced is an UI mod allowing for loot tables of bosses to be browsed whenever needed within the game.

    Dressing Room: Control-click items to show them in the Dressing Room.
    Price Preview: See the prices for token items like PvP rewards.
    Filter: Filter loot tables based on your class or set up your filter manually (NYI).
    Instance Loot: All instance loot from every Dungeon (Normal and Heroic) and Raid.
    Faction and PvP rewards.
    Collection Items: Armor Sets (Dungeon, Tier and Crafted), Mounts, Companians, Tabards, Legendary items and more.
    Season and World Events: Skettis, Abyssal Council, Ethereum Prison, Feast of Winter Veil, Hallow's End, Brewfest, etc.
    Wishlist (NYI): 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 (NYI): Allows searching the whole AtlasLoot database for an item where you only know part of the name.
    Quicklooks (NYI): Bind up to ten 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 mmb' toggles the minimap button on / off.
    '/atlasloot togglebg' toggles background pictures on / off.
    '/atlasloot wishlist' opens the Wishlist frame. (NYI)

    Big Wigs Bossmods___TBC 2.4.3___
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    BigWigs is a boss encounter add-on. It consists of many individual encounter scripts, or boss modules; mini add-ons that are designed to trigger alert messages, timer bars, sounds, and so forth, for one specific raid encounter.

    Looking for functionality that BigWigs doesn't cover? Try these addons:
    • LittleWigs is a plugin for BigWigs and covers all forms of 5 man and solo content.
    • Capping covers various battleground and world DiminishingReturns timers.
    • oRA3 covers all sorts of raid management functionality including raid cooldowns and Battle Res counting.

    • All mentioned addons are available in this private post!!

    Big Wigs Common Auras___ TBC 2.4.3___
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    Displays messages and bars for common raid cooldowns.

    Class Loot___TBC 2.4.3___
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    This addon is an in-game representation of Kaliban's Class Loot Lists. Kaliban's Class Loot List provides ratings for all raid loot with respect to it's suitability for different class/spec combinations. Vanilla WoW raid gear is rated for each class between 0 to 5 stars, however this addon disregards any rating below 3 stars to reduce the data-set. Outlands and Northrend raid gear is split into Primary, Secondary and Tertiary priority which is displayed in-game using 5 stars, 4 stars and 3 stars respectively. This addon purely displays the ratings given by Kaliban, therefore if you consider a rating to be unjust or incorrect on his website please take it up with him, not me!

    Class Loot information can be accessed in two ways, either via item tooltips or through the slash commands.

    Item tooltips contain the class loot rating along with the instances the item drops in, and finally the bosses that the item drops from.

    You can check the loot of any raid item by using the following slash commands:
    /cl check <item link> - Personal item check (only visible to you)
    /cl gcheck <item link> - Item check broadcast to Guild Chat
    /cl rcheck <item link> - Item check broadcast to Raid Chat
    Configuration of this addon may be performed through the Options -> Interface -> AddOns -> ClassLoot window.

    Note: If you you don't think a rating shown is correct, check Kaliban's site to see if it's wrong there FIRST. If it's wrong on Kaliban's site, let him know not me.

    Head Count___TBC 2.4.3___
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    HeadCount is a configurable World of Warcraft add-on that automatically tracks raid attendance, loot, and boss kills.

    HeadCount answers the following questions:
    • How long is a player active in a raid?
    • How long is a player on standby for a raid?
    • How long is a player offline during a given raid?
    • What loot dropped during a raid and who received it?
    • What boss kills occurred during a given raid and who was there for the kill?

    • Raids
      • Raid creation: Automatically creates a new raid as you join or start a raid.
      • Raid finalization: Automatically ends an existing raid as you leave a raid.
      • Raid management: The user can end raids, remove raids, or remove all raids on demand.
      • Raid zone tracking: Zone name are automatically added to raids as you zone into a raid instance for the first time.

    • Player attendance
      • Player tracking: Players are tracked based on their timed participation in the raid. Players can be tracked based on configurable raid groups for raid list activity (active raiding players) and wait list players (queue/standby players).
      • Player removal: The user can remove tracked information for specific players on demand.
      • Player history: View specific player history for a raid to see how and when a player moved from activity to standby to offline and back during a raid.
      • No list tracking: Players can be tracked as non-raid list and non-standby players as needed. Players that go offline are automatically taken out of the raid and wait list groups for tracking purposes.
      • Integrated wait list: Receive whispers from members outside of the raid group in order to track them.

    • Boss kills
      • Boss kill tracking: Tracks the world bosses killed during the course of a raid and the raid list members present for the kill.
      • Boss kill removal: The user can remove tracked boss kills on demand.
      • Manual boss kill: The user can add a boss kill to the current raid at the current time with the current roster via /hc boss add [bossname]

    • Loot
      • Loot tracking: Tracks loot received during a raid based on configurable item level quality(default: Epic item level or higher)
      • Loot removal: The user can remove specific pieces of loot on demand.
      • Loot exclusion: The user can manage loot exclusion which will prevent certain pieces of loot from being tracked during a raid. (e.g. - Emblem of Valor)

    • Export
      • Export: Users can export current raid attendance and received loot information to one of a number of formats (CSV, XML, Text, EQdkp XML string, phpBB forum post, phpBB with ItemStats forum post).

    • Reporting
      • Boss kill broadcast: The user can optionally broadcast when the raid kills a boss to a configurable chat channel.
      • Loot broadcast: The user can optionally broadcast when a player receives a valid piece of loot to a configurable chat channel.

    • Fault tolerance: If the mod owner quits WoW, restarts WoW, or reloads their UI during a raid and returns to the game, HeadCount will attempt to gracefully recover from the outage to continue tracking the active raid.
    • Attendance delay: Configure how often HeadCount should manage attendance updates to increase or decrease performance and/or accuracy

    Little Wigs___TBC 2.4.3___
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    A collection of BigWigs modules for bosses found in 5-man dungeons and scenarios.

    Omen Threat Meter___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Omen is a threat meter.
    Basically, enemies in WoW decide who to attack by deciding who is the most threatening based on the abilities you use. What Omen does is provide accurate values of your 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.

    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.

    Raid Tracker___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Keeps account of attendance, loot and DKP for raids, parties, battlegrounds, arenas and now solo for questing.

    Works with SexyMaps, Minimap Button Frame, Titan Panel, FuBar, and others for easy access menus, and a minimap icon if no other manager or bar is installed. Provides export strings for DKP for most popular DKP posting formats. Supports loot filtering via loot options window /rt io, or on the minimap menu.

    Chat commands:
    */rt * - main window
    /rt o - options
    /rt io - item options
    /rt help - help1
    /rt hide - hide or show the application icon
    more info WoWWiki

    Simple Raid Target Icons___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Features: Shows a radial menu on
    • Single click with configurable modifier (alt, ctrl, shift).
    • Double-click with configurable speed threshold.
    • Keybind to show the radial menu.
    • Preview frame to test the settings.
    • Keybind to apply mark on mouseover. (no menu)
    • Works with nameplate clicking.
    • Works with Target|Focus|BossFrames.
    • (new) Experimental support for non-Blizzard unitframes
      • Target,Focus of some popular addons supported 'out of the box' (STUF, Shadowed, XPerl, Perl, PitBull4)
      • Keybind for power users they can hit once while hovering their custom unitframes to register them with SRTI.
      • (mainly as a way to support the myriad oUF* plugins, but other custom UFs might also work)
      • PugLax support for Icon customization (thanks to Virance)
      • Allows you to see crowd control assignments on the radial menu. (look at screenshot for example)
      • Bring up SRTI options with /srti and tick the PugLax checkbox.


    What is "Select Icon on Hover"?
    • When the radial menu is shown, you can select an icon by moving your cursor over the icon instead of clicking on it. This can be toggled individually for the three methods for showing the radial menu, as well as a global setting for how long the cursor needs to stay over an icon for it to be selected.

    What's the "Test Me" in the options?
    • You can click there to see what effect the options have on the radial menu, and set a virtual raid icon on yourself. The keybinding method also affects the "Test Me" when the options are open.

    Why doesn't your addon show a list of the icons on the screen?
    • I wrote this addon because I didn't like those UIs. They took up valuable screen space for an infrequently used tool. I also found the separation of the target and the icons themselves to slow down the whole process.

    Can you add something that will let me target an enemy that already has an icon?
    • No, the short answer is Blizzard disabled the ability for addon to do this. There are addons that used to do this, and addons that fake similar features for raid/party members, but it is not actually possible for raid icons unless Blizzard adds it themselves.

    Deadly Boss Mods___TBC 2.4.3___
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    • Boss mods for all raid bosses
    • Colored raid warnings (players will be colored according to their class) with icons - so you will know what's going on without even reading the 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. This feature is completely optional and can be disabled by player or even raid leader for the entire group.
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • HudMap built in to achieve greater visuals with heads up display in many different and creative ways
    • Support for voice packs in many different supported languages.

    Slash Commands
    • /dbm - shows/hides the GUI
    • /dbm help - Shows all the other slash commands and how to use them.

    Debuff Filter___TBC 2.4.3___
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    This addon filters out the debuffs and buffs that you don't care about, and places them anywhere on screen. If you're a melee class, you can filter out everything but CoR, FF and Sunder. If you're a caster, you can just show debuffs like CoE and Winter's Chill. Healers can filter out everything but their buffs and HoTs, etc.

    This addon can also display cooldowns. It can show all listed cooldowns, or it can show spells and items that are not on cooldown and that are available for use. You can also make these cooldown buttons clickable. In other words, you can create more toolbars.

    Besides filtering your current target, you can filter buffs/debuffs on yourself, and buffs/debuffs on the Focus target. Buffs/debuffs are grouped into frames. You can duplicate frames, so you can have more than 1 frame for your target. You can also create frames for other valid targets, like pet, raid1, targettarget, etc.

    To configure the mod once it's installed, type /dfilter -- you should see a simple UI. To add a filter, select "Frame Buffs" on the left hand side, then select your target from the dropdown menu (Target, Player, Focus), then select the Buff or Debuff tab, then type in the name of your buff/debuff and press enter. You won't see the list of buffs/debuffs unless you enlarge the window, which you can do by dragging the bottom right corner.

    If you're not sure how to set the Focus target, you can either type /focus <target> or go into keybindings and bind keys to "Focus Target" and "Target Focus" under Targeting Functions.

    Note: make sure "Show Frame" is checked for your target type, or you won't see anything get filtered.

    To move the frames, select "General Settings" on the left hand side, then check "Show Backdrop", and then shift-click and drag one of the backdrops.

    If you'd like to change the orientation of any frame, select "Frame Layout" on the left hand side, then select the direction under the dropdown Grow menu, and then configure how many buffs or debuffs you'd like to see per row. The layout settings are as follows:

    Right-Down, Right-Up: grows to the right, new rows start below or above the first row.
    Left-Down, Left-Up: grows to the left, new rows start below or above the first row.
    If the "rows" setting is set to 1, you'll have vertical orientation.

    To change the orientation of the buff duration time, ctrl-right click the frame you'd like to configure.

    Settings are stored on a per-character/server basis, so it should work fine if you have alts.

    Decursive___TBC 2.4.3___
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    This is a cleaning mod. Its job it to help a class that can remove debuffs, do it with ease. Load the mod, bind a key (or create a macro "/decursive") and run, no further configuration or editing needed, it auto configures. Run the mod when ever you wish to cleanse a status ailment, or even think one might be on your target, party, or even raid party, if nothing is cleaned, there is no penalty or cool down.

    Currently Decursive is configured to automatically select Druid, Priest, Mage, Paladin, and Shaman spells. The spell choice is done intelligently, only casting the level or specific version needed, saving mana.

    When you do a cleanse, the following logic is run
    • Check target for curable effect, cure if found
    • Check priority list (in order) for curable effect, cure if found
    • Check self for curable effect, cure if found
    • Check party members for curable effect, cure if found
    • Check raid members for curable effect, cure if found
    • Check pet for curable effect, cure if found (for future felhunters)
    • Check party and then raid pets for curable effect, cure if found

    (If you are not in a party, or not in a raid, it will skip the party and raid sections)

    Event Alert___TBC 2.4.3___
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    The addon will notify you in the middle of your screen with an icon, name of the spell that has procced, the time left on the proc and will make a subtle sound. EventAlert is also able to handle more than one proc at a time (this option was not available in previous versions).

    I am not fond of addons that have very complicated installation and setups. The mod should work on install without any config, but if you wish to change any options use the following command: /ea options
    To see a more detailed list of what options are avaiable to the mod, just check out the screenshot of the options pane.

    This mod tracks the following events/procs:

    Death Knight
    Dark Transformation
    Killing Machine
    Rime (Freezing Fog)
    Sudden Doom
    Crimson Scourge
    Dark Succor
    Dark Transformation

    Combo Points
    Predator's Swiftness
    Omen of Clarity
    Shooting Stars
    Astral Power

    Marking Targets
    Mongoose Fury
    Lock and Load
    Wild Call
    Marked Shot
    Mok'Nathal Tactics

    Arcane Charge
    Arcane Missiles
    Brain Freeze
    Fingers of Frost
    Heating Up
    Hot Streak

    Combo Breaker: Tiger Palm
    Elusive Brew

    Infusion of Light
    Hammer of Wrath
    Selfless Healer
    Holy Power


    Divine Insight
    Surge of Light
    Surge of Darkness

    Combo Points

    Lava Surge
    Hot hand
    Tidal Waves

    Demonic Rebirth
    Soul Shards

    Raging Blow
    Meat Cleaver
    Sudden Death
    Taste for Blood
    Victory Rush
    Vengeance: Focused Rage
    Vengeance: Ignore Pain

    FuBar smart DebuffFut___TBC 2.4.3___
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    This is just a simple FuBar plugin that supports basic functionality, like open options menu and enable/disable SmartDebuff.

    Lose Control___TBC 2.4.3___
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    LoseControl makes it easy to see the duration of crowd control spells by displaying them in a dedicated icon onscreen.
    • Displays duration of all CC spells and abilities on your player, pet, target, focus, party, and arena enemy frames.
    • Automatically displays the most important buffs/debuffs first.
    • Integrates directly with Blizzard unit frames.
    • Icons can be moved, resized, and made transparent.
    • Compatible with OmniCC.

    Quartz___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Quartz is a modular approach to a casting bar addon. An overview of (hopefully most of) the modules:

    • Player: The core of Quartz is lightweight implementation of a standard casting bar, with configurable size, text and icon positioning, and colors.
    • Target/Focus: Implementation of target and focus casting bars in similar fashion to the player cast bar.
    • Buffs: Display of target and focus buffs and debuffs as duration bars using the new API
    • Flight: Hooks into FlightMap or InFlight to display the current flight progg. This helps in canceling casts when they will not actually be interrupted, especially for users with consistently high pings.
    • Mirror: Shows the 'basic' timers such as breath and feign death, as well as some 'odd' ones such as party invite time, resurrect timeout, and arena game start, and a framework for injecting custom timers into the bars.
    • Range: Recolors the casting bar when your cast target moves out of range mid-cast. *Swing Displays a swing timer for your melee weapon as well as hunter autoshot.
    • Timer: Allows for creating custom timers displayed on the mirror bars.
    • Tradeskill Merge: Merges multiple casts of the same tradeskill item into one big cast bar. Use /quartz to bring up the configuration menu.

    Smart Buff___TBC 2.4.3___
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    SmartBuff is a buff addon, to cast buffs ease and quickly. All classes are supported. Bind a key, scrollwheel or use the action button and it checks if you, a party/raid member, also hunter and warlock pets, needs your buff and cast it. Use the options menu to configure it you like, as example: buffs, raid subgroups, pets, etc.
    Run the mod when ever you wish, if nothing is buffed, there is no penalty or cool down.

    • Broker_SmartBuff plugin
    • FuBar-SmartBuffFu plugin
    • SmartDebuff is not part of this project, but will work.
    All mentioned addons are available in this private post!!

    • Supports all classes
    • Supports all clients
    • Checks buffs and rebuff you, raid/party members, raid/party pets
    • Setup your own buff templates (Solo, Party, Raid, Battleground, MC, Ony, BWL, AQ, ZG, Custom 1-5)
    • Auto switch templates
    • Individual setup for each buff
    • Supports group buffs: 'Gift of the Wild'/'Arcane Brilliance'/'Prayer of Fortitude'/'Prayer of Spirit', incl. group size and reagence check
    • Supports class buffs: all greater blessings of the Paladin
    • Supports self buffs
    • Supports weapon buffs (individual for main and off hand): Shaman, all poisons (Rogue), all stones and oils, incl. reagence check
    • Supports character level based buffs
    • Supports tracking abilities
    • Reminder if a buff is missing (Splash/chat/sound)
    • ReBuff Timer
    • FuBar support
    • Titan Panel support
    • Only one key is needed
    • Fast and easy to use

    • Minimapbutton:
    • Left click: opens SmartBuff options frame
    • Right click: enables/disables SmartBuff

    • Type /sbm for options menu in game
    • Type /sb [command] or /smartbuff [command] in game

    cast buff
    • toggle - Toggles SmartBuff On/Off
    • menu - Show/hide options menu
    • target - buffs the current target
    • rbt- reset buff timers
    • sync - synchronizes the buff time left with the UI
    • rafp - reset all frame positions

    - FAQ -
    How can I cast group/class buffs, instead of single buffs?
    • Select both checkboxes, assign the classes, use following options the play around "Grp buff check", "Grp range check" and "group size"/"class size" slider Example, if you set the group/class slider to 3 it will only buff the greater buff if 3 or more units not have it.

    How can I move the frames and buttons?
    • Use Shift-Left click and drag themem around

    How can I assign a trigger key for buffs?
    • Use the Blizzard interface -> keyboard layout to define the trigger key for SmartBuff. Open and close the SmartBuff options frame and it will remap this key to the new SecureActionButton

    How can I assign a key for debuffing?
    • During the new Blizzard secure UI is this not longer possible!

    How can I disable the scrollwheel buffing?
    • Disable the "Buff on scroll" in the SmartBuff options frame, close it and rebind scrollwheel to whatever you want :)

    How can I cast buffs in combat?
    • If you want to cast a spell in combat, the you have to check also the "in combat" option in the main options frame (on the right of "Buff on scroll"). Be carfully with this option. In combat is no logic allowed, so SB sets your first "combat"-buff on your key before combat, but in combat it can't do any actions to prevent to cast during the restrictions. It only can show you when do you need a buff, but any time you hit the key in combat it buffs. Thats also the reason why the "in combat" is per default "off".

    SmartDebuff casts the wrong debuff on a player, is this a bug?
    • Please watch carfully in which color the debuff button is highlighted, this is very important! You have to click the button with the correct mouse click
      Highlighted BLUE = LEFT click
      Highlighted RED = RIGHT click
      Highlighted GREEN = MIDDLE click

    It does not buff anything, whats wrong?
    • Please make sure you have selected any buff and the right classes. If you are in resting mode (Cities) SmartBuff is per default in "sleep mode" and does not cast spells, select the option "Buff in cities" to cast buffs in resting mode also.

    Can I use SmartBuff in a macro?
    • Yes, since the last blizzard added a /click command, use following command: /click SmartBuff_KeyButton

    ZOMG Buffs___TBC 2.4.3___
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    All in one buffing mod for all classes, overview of important raid buffs and instant access rebuff on right click.

    Main Mod
    • Responsible for loading class specific modules.
    • Has FuBar/Minimap icon for options menu (Sorry, I just don't like Waterfall at all), and info tooltip.
    • Single click minimap icon to quickly enable/disable auto-buffing.
    • Raid popup list with complete buff overview (just mouseover the floating ZOMG icon).
      • Highlights missing buffs for whole raid at a glance.
      • Shows time remaining on your buffs on whole raid.
      • Allows instant rebuff with Right-Click as assigned by seperately loaded modules, without having to muck around finding the player in the raid frames.
      • Shows in-combat reminder (swirly thing around icon) if someone needs a rebuff mid-fight.

    • Auto Buy reagents to defined levels.

    Self Buffs
    • Handles all self buffing needs including temporary weapon enchants and poisons.
    • Can remind you in-combat when something needs rebuffing.
    • Special cases to auto buff Crusader Aura for paladins when mounted, and aspect of cheetah for hunters in cities.

    Buff The Raid
    • Group class buffing module for raid buffs (Mana, Kings, Stamina etc).
    • Allows you to define which groups you're responsible for.
    • Enable or Disable buffs by clicking on the minimap tooltip for that buff.
    • Selective buffing for single target raid buffs such as Thorns or Amplify/Dampen Magic.
    • Unique Buff Tracking icon for Earth Shield, Fear Ward, Hand of Freedom and Hand of Sacrifice, which allows you to keep close watch on these buffs and easily recast with a click.

    Common Behaviour for Buffing modules
    • Manually casting a buff will be remembered (with a few exceptions which shouldn't) as the new required auto buff.
    • Click the tooltip sectoin for that mod will cycle through buffs.
    • Shift Clicking the tooltip section for that mod will remove it's entry from the template.
    • Template save/load/conditionals.
    • Simple mousewheel rebuffing in one common interface.
    • Simple Right-Click rebuffing of your defined buffs for whichever module you have loaded.
    • Definable pre-expiry rebuff setting.
    • Options to not buff when:
      • Not everyone in raid is present (definable to a % of people present).
      • Not everyone in a party is present.
      • You are resting.
      • You are low on mana.
      • You have the Spirit Tap buff (geiv mana regen!).

    Chat Sounds___TBC 2.4.3___
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    • Can play new sounds for
      • Whispers
      • Guild
      • Officer
      • Party and Party Leader
      • Raid and Raid Leader
      • Battlegrounds and BG Leader
      • Custom player joined channels

    • Force Whisper sounds for every whisper.
    • Blacklist specific custom channels (for example hidden channels joined by addons)
    • Allows users to /r after sending a whisper without getting a reply.
    • Has a Configuration Dialog Box which is accessible through the comic bubble icon next to the Chat Frame.
    • Saves its settings per character.

    • Click the comic bubble icon on top of the Chat Frame and select 'ChatSounds' from the menu.
    • '/chatsounds' at the command prompt.
      • '/chatsounds ?' will give help for extra commands.

    Chatter___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Chatter is a comprehensive, lightweight, mega-configurable chat enhancement addon. It supports a whole bunch of stuff, including:
    • Hiding buttons
    • Custom aliases for channel names
    • Coloring of player names by class or deterministic HSV formula, and player levels next to names
    • Custom font and font size for your chat frames
    • Custom background, border, and positioning for the edit box
    • Option to let the edit box border color match the color of the channel you are typing in
    • Channel colors remembered by name, rather than by number
    • Scrolling your chat frames with the mouse wheel.
    • Sticky channels, configurable
    • Ability to copy a chat frame's contents to your clipboard
    • Ability to copy URLs to your clipboard
    • Ability to customize the background and border of your chat frames
    • Timestamps
    • A /tt command to send a tell to your target
    • A module that turns the word "invite" into clickable links that let you invite the speaker.
    • Highlights both for custom keywords in specific channels
    • Chat fading toggles
    • Text justification
    • Autologging (Off by default)
    • Alt linking
    • Much larger and smaller chat frames than default
    • A Groupsay (/gr) command to talk to your group, whether that's battleground, raid, or party.
    • Chat Tab look-n-feel modifications
    • Paging through chat tabs with the scroll wheel

    Guild 2 Guild___TBC 2.4.3___
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    • Interface options - Shows All Allied Guilds, Current Relay Channel and Current connections.
    • Interface options menu
    • Interface page 2 - New Easy Setup
    • Information page 3 - how G2G works.
    • You can enable either guild chat, officer chat, or both.
    • Allows item linking
    • Completely secure since the transmission channel is via in game whispers. The public channel that you set is used for cross guild synchronization only
    • You can set the add-on to be even more secure by limiting the guilds that you will accept relays from (in case someone with the addon has characters in multiple guilds) (Gui coming soon)
    • Forwards messages that other addons send to the guild addon channel
    • More than two people from either guild can have the add-on running at once, in fact its encouraged to have multiple characters with the addon for stability.
    • Everyone with the addon will see the guild chat as though it came directly from the person that sent the message. Clicking on their name will have all the same functionality as the regular WOW UI.
    • If you do not have the addon installed you will see [Name 1][Name 2], 1 = the current link to your guild, 2 = the person sending the message.
    • Version 8.0.7 introduced a new feature - If there are NO Allied Guilds listed in the "Guild Info Text" and you are not the Guild Leader then Guild2Guild will Shut-Down.
    • This has been added to ensure that Guild2Guild cannot, under any circumstances, randomly connect to other guilds.

    To use Guild2Guild, just download and install like any other addon.
    You do not have to do anything, if your Guild Master has set-up Guild2Guild.

    Just type (if needed)
    • /g2g on

    You should now be ready for intra-guild communications!

    Guild Leaders
    You MUST limit the guilds that you can connect to using a white list of Allied Guilds, and automatically set
    the channel and password by useing the new Setup tab in the addons Interface menu

    All connected Guilds must use the same Channel and Password.

    You can limit which guilds connect to you by entering the guild names into Allies and saving.
    This allows multiple connections from different guilds. IE: Your guild has 3 connections and one of your connections has 5 connections. You will only see Chat from the 3 guilds you connect to.

    Easy Setup
    • Channel is the name of the channel you want guild2guild to use to coordinate relays and must start with a capital letter.
    • Password is the password for that channel.
    • Guild1 and Guild2 are the names of two or more guilds that you would like to allow to connect to this one. (Guild names are Case Sensitive)
    • There must be a coma between each Guild Name but no spaces.
    • You must save Channel, Password and Allies and then RELOAD before you Press "Write to Guild Info".

    Important Note: If you have any Information in Guild Info, it will be overwritten automatically. I suggest saving the Information and put it back below the code line after setup.
    • Code Line Example: <G2G;C:Fredschannel;P:Flinstone;A:Death to the king,Lushness,Dire Dawn Raiders;>
    • Guild to Guild will automatically promote people that are allowed to speak in the officer channel to relays. This is so that the officer chat can be relayed as well.

    Summary of in-game help commands
    To view the usage of Guild2Guild:
    • /g2g help

    To turn this addon on or off:
    • /g2g [on|off]

    To turn guild chat on or off:
    • /g2g gchat [on|off]

    To turn officer chat on or off:
    • /g2g ochat [on|off]

    To turn relay change notification on or off:
    • /g2g relaynotify [on|off]

    To set or change the hidden synchronization channel used by this addon:
    • /g2g channel [MY_CHANNEL]

    To view your settings:
    • /g2g report

    (ADVANCED: If something really strange happens you can type /g2g stackdump which will take a
    snapshot of the last few minutes of guild2guild activity. If you mail me your guild2guild saved
    variables file when you log out then I will be better able to debug what went wrong.)

    Important Note
    Guild 2 Guild will not allow you to connect to another guild if you are not in a guild.
    I will not change this and any person attempting to change the code of the addon should be aware that ALL RIGHTS ARE RESERVED.
    It is against the T&C's of Blizz entertainment for any addon to allow communication between Alliance and Horde.
    Guild2Guild will not allow, under any circumstances, an alliance guild and a horde guild to communicate.

    Prat 2.0___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Note: The zip contains the all-in-one version of prat. If you would like to only load the module which you use, please pull out the Prat_* folders from the prat directory, and place them alongiside Prat in your addons folder.

    Prat is a light framework for chat modules based on Ace2 libraries.

    The Prat system consists of the core (Prat/Prat.lua) and a number of integrated Prat modules in the modules folder (Prat_Modules/modules/*). The core only provides a root slash command ("/prat") and registers a data file (PratDB). Each Prat module is a self-contained unit of functionality. You can choose to use some or all of the Prat modules depending on your individual needs. If you do not want to use a particular module, you can delete its file from the modules folder or you can toggle the module on/off as desired from inside the game.

    The entire focus of the Prat system is to add chat related functionality to World of Warcraft. If you are looking for a feature or function that is not currently listed here as available or planned, then please take a moment to let the Prat Development Team know.

    Integrated Modules
    These modules are included in the Prat folder:
    • AddonMessages by Sylvanaar - Toggles display of hidden addon channel messages (default=off).
    • Alias by Fin - Allows IRC/Unix-like aliasing of slash commands (default=off).
    • AltNames by Fin - Allows linking of alts to main names for display in chat messages (default=off).
    • ChatButtons by Prat Development Team - Toggles the chat menu and chat window buttons on and off (default=off).
    • ChannelNames by Prat Development Team - Shortens channel names in the chatframe.
    • ChannelColorMemory by Sylvanaar - Allows channel coloring by channel name instead of number (default=on).
    • ChannelReordering by Sylvanaar and SlackerJer - Reorders channels to your specification (default=off).
    • ChannelSeparator by Krtek - Separates various channel options in the Blizzard UI (default=on).
    • ChannelSticky by Prat Development Team - Enables channels to be sticky (default=on).
    • ChatLangButton by Derkyle - Toggles the language dialog button that displays on the right of the ChatFrame (default=off).
    • ChatLink by Krtek - Enables item linking in all channels (default=CHATLINKmode).
    • ChatLog by Prat Development Team - Automatically turns chat/combat logging on/off (default=off).
    • Clear by Fin - Adds a /clear command for clearing the contents of currently selected chat frame (default=off).
    • CopyChat by Sylvanaar - Options for editbox position, width, and backdrop alpha (default=attachedTop,widthChatFrame1,visibleBackdr op).
    • Editbox by Prat Development Team - Options for editbox position, width, and backdrop alpha (default=attachedTop,widthChatFrame1,visibleBackdr op).
    • EventNames by Roartindon - Toggles appending of the blizzard event name to each chat line (default=off).
    • Fading by Prat Development Team - Toggles the fading in chat windows on and off (default=off).
    • FontSize by Prat Development Team - Sets the font size for chat windows (default=12).
    • History by Krtek - Expands chat history options.
    • Justify by Curney - Sets the justification for chat windows (default=Left).
    • Keybindings by Krtek - Adds keybindings for different chat channels.
    • PlayerNames by Prat Development Team - Color player names by class, set brackets around player names (default=angledBrackets).
    • PopupMessage by Sylvanaar - Displays chat with your name in a large popup frame. (default=off)
    • Scroll by Prat Development Team - Enables mousewheel scrolling for chat windows (default=on).
    • Sounds by Prat Development Team - Plays sounds for certain chat types (default=off).
    • ServerNames by Prat Development Team - Formats the the server name in player links seen in the battlegrounds(default=off).
    • Substitutions by Sylvanaar - Provides basic chat substitutions (default=off).
    • TellTarget by Prat Development Team - Adds a slash command (/tt) to send a message to your target (default=on).
    • Timestamps by Prat Development Team - Adds timestamps to chat windows (default=on).
    • UrlCopy by Krtek - Makes URL copying easy (default=on).

    Trivia Bot___TBC 2.4.3___
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    TriviaBot allows the user to host quiz games for other players.
    Spamming it in /say in crowded places or /general is not a good idea,
    but Blizzard's spam prevention makes it alot harder to abuse it that way currently.

    It's a nice and safe pass-time among consenting adults. :-)
    Used best in the custom channel, a party with friends or to liven up that "dead" guild chat.

    • /triviabot or /trivia to bring up it's control panel.
    • then you can use the dropdowns to select among different Question Lists and Categories.
    • set the output and customize the announce intervals, reporting options etc.

    Other Commands
    • /trivia help will list other commands.
    • !tb help whispered to a game host will list other whisper commands.

    With version 2.8.0 and later
    TriviaBot no longer contains pre-packaged Quizzes with the main download!

    • Quizzes are instead coming in the form of separate Load on Demand addons called Quiz plugins.
    • This allows the game to load much faster since Question Lists are not loaded until the Quiz host selects them from the TriviaBot control panel.
    • Gives you the option to install only quiz themes and languages that interest you.
    • Allows the community to create and share quizzes without having to wait for the main addon to be repackaged.

    Quiz Plug-ins
    • Adventures of Aiden Hall - 3200 WoW questions Authors: aidenhall.
    • TriviaBot Quiz Timeless Authors: Blizzard / Dridzt for the conversion.
    • TriviaBot Boss Strategies Authors: Urkel and Shamanshis - EU-Darksorrow.
    • TriviaBot_CataTrivia500 Authors: Etuliela and Indomie, US-Barthilas.
    • TriviaBot_CataTrivia501-1000 Authors: Etuliela and Indomie, US-Barthilas.
    • TriviaBot_QuestionsWoW1 (previously prepackaged as \Questions\TriviaQuestions1.lua) Generic WoW BC/LK era.
    • TriviaBot_QuestionsWoW2 (previously prepackaged as \Questions\TriviaQuestions7.lua) Generic WoW Classic era.
    • TriviaBot_QuizAnythingHessinger 4897 Generic - non WoW questions (previously \Questions\TriviaQuestions2.lua)
    You need at least one quiz plugin installed for TriviaBot to be able to host a game.

    All mentioned addons are available in this private post!!

    Making your own load on demand Quiz
    • A sample addon and basic instructions (README_EN.txt) on how to create your own quiz
      can be found in TriviaBot\Questions\ sub-folder coming with TriviaBot v2.8.0 and later.

    Basic Combo Points___TBC 2.4.3___
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    A numerical display of current combo points. Features:
    • Support for Rogue, Druid, Paladin, Warlock, Mage, Monk
    • Separate sizes for points
    • Separate colors for points
    • Shared Media font selection
    • Locking in place


    Call Of Elements___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Call of Elements is a totem addon for Shamans.
    It handles totem timers, totem bars (different display modes), totem sets with an easy cast of the whole set, totem advisor, and much more

    Come Here___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Plays Scorpion's "Come Here" or "Get Over Here" sounds when you use Death Grip, Leap of Faith
    Use /comeheretoggle or /cht to enable or disable the chat spam.
    With this new version I added some code so that your toon will say what you hear when you use Death Grip.

    Do Timer___TBC 2.4.3___
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    DoTimer is a comprehensive suite for managing various things that need timing.
    These include:
    • your DoTs / HoTs
    • your Cooldowns
    • buffs / debuffs on you

    It accomplishes the task by breaking into sub-addons: DoTimer, Cooldowns, and PlayerAuras, respectively. A fourth sub-addon, Notifications, is also included. All four can be enabled/disabled and customized separately. The reason for including all of these together in one addon is for interoperability. You can customize the timers to an extreme extent.

    DoTimer starts off in simple mode, with a lot of functionality hidden. You don't see PlayerAuras or Notifications, and a lot of the customizability is hidden. This is for users who have no need of all the complex settings.

    The basic philosophy behind the addon is that timers are put into a specific anchor location on screen. These anchors can be customized independently of each other, as can the individual timers. You can control where certain timers from the sub-addons go, so that the timers are placed as logically onscreen as possible.

    DoTimer's timers fit into three categories: standard, No Target, and Party Buffs. Standard timers are timers on specific mobs. No Target timers are timers that can affect multiple mobs at once (or none at all), like Howl of Terror. Party Buffs are buffs cast on the party; you can set it up so that they get combined into a single timer so that tracking them is much easier (and less spammy onscreen).

    Cooldowns's timers fit into two categories: Yours and communicated.

    PlayerAura's timers fit into four categories: Buffs/debuffs with/without a duration. If you want, you can flag timers that have a duration to display with no duration.

    You can customize the anchor location for each of these categories, as well as anchors for specific timers or specific DoTimer targets. You can also apply timer settings globally, to specific categories, to specific anchors, or to specific timers. You can make as many anchors and timer settings as you want.

    Notifications lets you create notifications for various events, such as casting a spell, an enemy gaining a buff, losing aggro, losing health, or a cooldown being up. You can make the screen flash various colors, play a sound, send a chat msg / do an emote, or other various things in response. The system is quite customizable as to how the notifications are sent; I suggest playing around with it.

    Drood Focus___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Buffs / Debuffs tracker, energy monitor, combo points, and more... for druid feral/guardian
    The addon includes the following (all are individually usable and configurable)

    • A power bar: Energy, rage,mana, runique power or shi
    • Player's healthbar
    • Target's healthbar with Time-to-die option
    • Player's manabar
    • Savage defense bar: status of charges (numbers and timer)
    • Threatbar: Threat % on the target
    • A combo bar: Number of combo points for the cat/rogue, lacerate stacks for the bear, runes for DK and holy power for paladins.
    • Visual effects : Visual effects for proc (like Omen of Clarity). And your critical hits can also leave some traces of blood...
    • Warning System: If a spell fails because you're too far or not behind your target, an icon will alert you (a cross if you're too far, a double arrow if you are in front of the target). Also pulse when you gain buff or/and debuff with the texture of debuff and his name.
    • Cooldown: CD Timeleft is visible on bars and icons for each spell. And popup the icon of the ability whenever it becomes usable again.
    • Buff / Debuff : For each buff / debuff scanned , small icon (and / or status bar) show the remaining time on the debuff, the number of stack, the cooldown, timeleft for next tick for Dot, etc... Buffs/Debuffs are filtered to manage your debuffs and / or all sources. All talents and glyphs are handled.
    • Informations: Displaying real-time stats (Power attack, crit, etc...
    • Cast Bar : Show spell casting/channeling by your actual target.

    Commands line:
    /droodfocus <arg>

    Args :
    • 'options' to open configuration panel
    • 'configmode to switch configuration mode
    • 'reset' to reset configuration to default
    • 'buff' or 'debuff' to see a list of actuals buff/debuff with spellID in chat

    Flo Totem Bar___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Add button bars for quick access to totem spells for the Shaman and to trap spells for the Hunter.

    Spells are added to the bars automatically when you learn spells.

    Each button has a timer to track the remaining life time of this totem/trap.

    You can use the context menu to change many settings.

    Spec switching is managed automatically. When the second spec is activated for the first time, the settings are duplicated. Then, all changes made to the configuration are only done to the current spec, and the inactive spec is untouched.

    /flototembar panic|reset
    • Reset all settings and reload the UI

    /flototembar unlock
    • Unlock the bars so you can move them.

    /flototembar lock
    • Lock the bars in place

    /flototembar auto
    • (default) use an automatic placement of the bars at the bottom of the screen. Detect optional action bars, XP bar, reputation bar, number of totems per bars.

    /flototembar scale <ratio>
    • Scale the bar by a <ratio>.

    /flototembar borders
    • Show borders (default)

    /flototembar noborders
    • Hide borders /ftb is an alias for /flototembar

    Heal Assign___TBC 2.4.3___
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    • Anyone in the raid who is running HealAssign is free to assign or unassign himself/herself. To assign or unassign others, Assistant or Leader is required.
    • There is no graphical UI for assigning yet - it is command line only.
    • Please see the ReadMe file for a complete command list.

    Nug Combo Bar___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Class resource tracking:
    Rogue: CPs, Shadow Dance
    Druid: CPs, Pulverize stacks
    Warlock: Soul Shards
    Deathknights: Runes, 2 modes
    Paladin: Holy Power, SotR charges
    Monk: Chi, Brew charges
    Mage: Arcane Charges, Icicles
    Hunter: MongooseBite charges

    Pally Power___TBC 2.4.3___
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    This add-on provides an interactive and easy to use interface that allows you set your own blessings (Righteous Fury, Aura, Seal and Blessing) and automatically check for missing buffs.

    Buff button controls are:
    RF button:
    Left click = cast RF
    Shift+Mouse scroll = RF on/off
    Right click = cast Seal
    Mouse Scroll = change Seal

    Left click = cast 60 minute blessing
    Mouse scroll = change blessing

    Shift + Right Mouse drag over any of the buttons = move PallyPower Frame around

    In combat none of the spells can be changed due to the in-combat lock-out. To access PallyPower interface settings use the standard Blizzard interface menu / Addons tab. To change PallyPower keybinds use the standard Blizzard keybind menu.

    Priest Friend___TBC 2.4.3___
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    This addon helps priests manage their buffs, notifies them when their shackle breaks, reminds you to keep your inner fire up, helps manage their 3 min fear ward, and notifies you when someone gets a disease or magic debuff so you can dispell it. In addition it plays some funny sayings when you cast spells (but only if you want).

    To configure PriestFriend just type /pf show

    Shaman Friend___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Shaman Friend
    This addon is designed specially for the Shaman class. It contains a lot of useful functions no matter which spec you are. I also have DruidFriend addon for druids (I had a paladin addon, but there was low demand for it so I haven't maintained it).

    It should work with most languages, although translations depend on users providing them (see below).
    Here are a few of the functions:

    • Remind/alert for Elemental Shields when fading or missing in combat (with sound support)
    • Show total Windfury damage with options to include advanced info: Crits, misses and which hand the procs come from If it procced of Stormstrike, the data from both hits are summed together and adds to the damage
    • Show a message when Lightning Overload procs, optionally together with total damage and number of crits
    • Separate frame allowing for easy Earth Shield tracking and recast
    • Show buffs removed by Purge and/or broadcast it to the chat window
    • Show spell interrupted by Wind Shear and/or broadcast it to the chat window
    • Tracks shaman CC and can alert when someone breaks it
    • Show when your Grounding Totem aborbs a spell and/or broadcast it to the chat window
    • Can print messages in MSBT, SCT, Parrot and a few other places
    • Announce to your group whenever you cast Bloodlust/Heroism, Mana Tide, or Feral Spirits
    • Uses spellID when available, this reduces the amount of localization
    • Of course you can choose for yourself which functions you want. It is built on Ace3 for increased efficiency and performance, with low memory footprint.

    "/sf" or "/shamanfriend" to show the GUI.

    As of release 3.4-r67 ShamanFriend uses libSharedMedia for Fonts and Sounds. Other addons that use libSharedMedia and add fonts and sounds will now be available in ShamanFriend. If you would like to add a bunch of new fonts, check out SharedMedia and SharedMediaAdditionalFonts. For additional sounds you can use SharedMediaAdditionalSounds.

    Totem Timers___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Totem buttons and totem flyout menus as well as totem set functionality on the ankh timer removed. Totems do not belong to schools any more, all totems can be up at the same time. And totems have a cooldown of at least 30 secs and only a short duration, so there is not that much emphasis on tracking if they are active as before but much more on their cooldowns. Totems will be shown like the rest of the spells.
    There are no special button bars with specific spells any more. TT has 5 button bars and any spell can be placed on any bar by dragging them from the spellbook.

    TotemTimers aims to help managing totems, shields, and weapon buffs, showing additional info about active totems (range, cooldowns) and provides additional totem sets. For enhancement shamans (and soon for ele/resto also) it provides additional timers displaying the cooldown of the most important spells and the number of Maelstrom Weapon stacks. TT supports ButtonFacade and rActionButtonStyler for customizing its appearance.

    In TT the four totem timer buttons are referred to as Timers, the timer buttons for Reincarnation, shields and weapons are referred to as Trackers.

    Hovering over a timer button opens a flyout menu containing buttons for all totems for that timer's element. Leftclicking a button casts that totem, rightclicking assigns that totem to the active multicast spell and to the timer button; leftclicking the timer button will then cast this totem. The assigned totem is displayed as a small icon (referred to as mini icon) in the lower right corner of the timer button. The last button of each flyout menu serves to delete a totem from the active multicast spell.

    The weapon buff tracker also has a flyout menu: Leftclicking will cast a spell; rightclicking assigns it as the leftclick spell to the tracker button; shift-rightclicking assigns it as the rightclick spell to the tracker button (TT 10.1). The flyout menu contains two spell combos for enhancement shamans that can be assigned to the tracker button as leftclick only (by rightclick). Then the first leftclick on the tracker button casts Windfury Weapon, the second leftclick casts either Flametongue or Frostbrand.

    Additional Totem Sets
    The reincarnation (or ankh) tracker serves as an anchor for up to 8 totem sets. Rightclicking the ankh tracker saves the configuration of the active multicast spell. Leftclicking the ankh tracker opens a menu with all totem sets, each menu button displays four icons containing its saved totems. Leftclicking a menu buttons loads that set to the active multicast spell, overwriting the active totem configuration. Rightclicking a menu buttons deletes its set.

    Dr Damage___TBC 2.4.3___
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    DrDamage displays the calculated damage or healing of abilities with talents, gear and buffs included on your actionbar buttons. The addon also adds various statistics to the tooltips in your spellbook and on the actionbar.

    Slash Commands:
    /drd or /drdmg or /drdamage

    Supports all classes
    • Actionbar addons supported: Default, Bartender 4, CT_BarMod, Dominos, elvUI, Macaroon, Nurfed AB, IPopBar, nUI, ReAction Bars and RDX.
    • Places text with the metric of your choosing on the actionbar buttons.
    • Damage and healing statistics are placed into your tooltips. This includes for example critical hit chance, spell damage and damage coefficients, averages, DPS, DPSC (damage per seconds cast), damage until OOM and more!
    • Your own buffs and your target's debuffs are taken into account.
    • Allows manual modification of the essential talents, buffs and character stats used to calculate. For example you can test how much increasing your spellpower by 100 would increase your damage or healing output.
    • If you're overwhelmed by the amount of statistics presented, you can use the options reduce the amount to whatever you feel is important!

    Acronym/abbreviation list:
    • AP = Attack Power
    • RAP = Ranged Attack Power
    • SP = Spell Power
    • Ht = Hit rating
    • Cr = Critical strike rating
    • Exp = Expertise rating
    • Ha = Haste rating
    • Ma = Mastery rating
    • HPS/DPS = Healing/Damage Per Second
    • HPSC/DPSC = Healing/Damage Per Seconds Casted
    • HPSCD/DPSCD = Healing/Damage Per Seconds CoolDown
    • HOOM/DOOM = Healing/Damage (until) Out of Mana
    • HPM/DPM = Healing/Damage Per Mana
    • DPE = Damage Per Energy
    • DPF = Damage Per Focus
    • DPR = Damage Per Rage
    • DPRP = Damage Per Runic Power
    • MPS = Mana Per Second (How much mana the spell uses per seconds casted)
    • GCD = Global CoolDown

    Mik Scrolling Battle Text___TBC 2.4.3___
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    MSBT is designed to be an extremely lightweight, efficient, and highly configurable mod that makes it easier to see combat information by scrolling the information on the screen in separate, dynamically creatable scroll areas. It is a replacement for Blizzard's Floating Combat Text and Damage output.

    • Lightweight and efficient design.
    • Scroll incoming damage/heals, outgoing damage/heals, and notifications in separate configurable scroll areas on the playing field.
    • Display player and pet cooldown completion alerts.
    • Display loot alerts with a total of how many are now in inventory.
    • Add triggers that will allow you to show notifications based on a variety of conditions.
    • Assign a sound file to play for events/triggers.
    • Dynamically create new scroll areas and assign any event/trigger to them.
    • Customize the position, size, animation style, enabled state, font style, font size, font outline, and opacity for each of the scroll areas.
    • Customize each individual event's color, font style, font size, font outline, opacity, output message, enabled state, and scroll area.
    • Set "Master Font" settings that will be inherited by all of the scroll areas and the events in them unless they are overridden at the scroll area or event level.
    • Merge AoE data into one event with cumulative damage/healing done with number of normal and crits specified.
    • Show overhealing amounts against yourself or party/raid members.
    • Color unit names according to their class.
    • Color damage amounts according to damage type.
    • Show partial effects (resists, absorbs, vulnerabilities, etc) colored according to type.
    • Filter output information with a full suite of spam controls.
    • Load on demand options.
    • For mod developers:
      • Output your own scrolling messages with the MikSBT.DisplayMessage function instead of having to create your own frame and animation code. You can also use your own font by first registering it with MSBT via the
        MikSBT.RegisterFont function.
      • Create custom animation styles.
      • See the included API.html file for reference information.

    Supported Events:
    • Incoming:
      • Melee Damage, Misses, Dodges, Parries, Blocks, Deflects, Absorbs, and Immunes
      • Skill Damage, Damage Over Time (DoTs), Misses, Dodges, Parries, Blocks, Deflects, Absorbs, Immunes, Reflects, and Interrupts
      • Spell Resists
      • Heals and Heals Over Time (HoTs)
      • Pet Melee Damage, Misses, Dodges, Parries, Blocks, Deflects, Absorbs, and Immunes
      • Pet Skill Damage, Damage Over Time (DoTs), Misses, Dodges, Parries, Blocks, Deflects, Absorbs, and Immunes
      • Pet Spell Resists
      • Pet Heals and Heals Over Time (HoTs)
      • Environmental Damage

    • Outgoing:
      • Melee Damage, Misses, Dodges, Parries, Blocks, Deflects, Absorbs, Immunes, and Evades
      • Skill Damage, Damage Over Time (DoTs), Misses, Dodges, Parries, Blocks, Deflects, Absorbs, Immunes, Reflects, Interrupts, and Evades
      • Spell Resists and Buff Dispels
      • Heals and Heals Over Time (HoTs)
      • Pet Melee Damage, Misses, Dodges, Parries, Blocks, Deflects, Absorbs, Immunes, and Evades
      • Pet Skill Damage, Damage Over Time (DoTs), Misses, Dodges, Parries, Blocks, Deflects, Absorbs, Immunes, and Evades
      • Pet Spell Resists and Buff Dispels
      • Pet Heals and Heals Over Time (HoTs)

    • Notification:
      • Buffs / Buff Stacks / Buff Fades
      • Debuffs / Debuff Stacks / Debuff Fades
      • Item Buffs / Item Buff Fades
      • Enter/Leave Combat
      • Power Gains and Losses
      • Alternate Power Gains and Losses
      • Chi Gains and Chi Full
      • Combo Point Gains and Combo Points Full
      • Holy Power Changes and Holy Power Full
      • Honor Gains
      • Reputation Gains and Losses
      • Skill Gains
      • Experience Gains
      • Killing Blows (Player and NPC)
      • Extra Attacks
      • Soul Shard Creation
      • Enemy Buff Gains
      • Monster Emotes
      • Player, Pet, and Item Cooldown Completions

    • Loot
      • Looted Items
      • Money Gains

    • Default Triggers:
      • All Relevant Classes - Low Health, Low Mana, Low Pet Health
      • Death Knight - Killing Machine, Rime, Shadow Infusion x5
      • Druid - Berserk, Clearcasting, Predator's Swiftness, Shooting Stars
      • Hunter - Kill Shot, Lock and Load
      • Mage - Brain Freeze, Clearcasting, Fingers of Frost, Missile Barrage
      • Monk- Elusive Brew x5, x10, x15, Mana Tea x20, Vital Mists x5
      • Paladin - Hammer of Wrath, The Art of War
      • Priest - Clearcasting, Shadow Orb x3
      • Rogue - Blindside
      • Shaman - Clearcasting, Lava Surge, Maelstrom Weapon x5, Tidal Waves
      • Warlock - Decimation, Molten Core, Nightfall
      • Warrior - Bloodsurge, Execute, Revenge, Sudden Death, Taste for Blood, Victory Rush

    /msbt Shows the options interface.
    /msbt reset Resets the current profile to the default settings.
    /msbt disable Disables the mod.
    /msbt enable Enables the mod.
    /msbt version Shows the current version.
    /msbt help Shows the command usage.

    OmniCC___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Need help? Check the Guide

    OmniCC is an addon that adds text to items, spell and abilities that are on cooldown to indicate when they will be ready to use. In other words: it turns all the standard analogue cooldowns into digital ones.

    Anything should work with OmniCC, from the action bars to the inventory, from the standard interface to your favorite add-on.!

    Parrot___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Floating Combat Text of awesomeness.

    Displays Events from the combatlog (damage, healing, ...) as moving text and numbers across the Screen. It also supports various other Events (Loot, Cooldowns, ...). Further Parrot offers a Trigger-system to display Text and play sounds on certain predefined events (e.g. Nightfall for Warlocks).

    "I created a custom Trigger doing <something>. Is it worthy to be in parrots default triggers?
    • in many cases it is. If you want to contribute a custom trigger to be added to the default triggers, please post a ticket where you describe *exactly* how you set it up. I can't figure that out for every class and every spec.

    "Parrot is not showing heals, but it's enabled in the options"
    • Since 3.2 WoW displays every full overheal in the combatlog (even for HoTs). That's why Parrot v1.9.0+ contains an option in Events to "Hide full overheals" which is enabled by default to avoid unnecessary spam.

    ''I want to use custom fonts and sounds in Parrot, but there are none available'
    • Parrot doesn't provide sounds or additional fonts (only the fonts included in WoW) For additional fonts and sounds please install SharedMedia.
      To use custom sounds and fonts see the "INSTRUCTIONS for MyMedia.txt" in the SharedMedia-folder.

    "Whenever I /reload or log back in again, parrot auto-hides blizzard's default outgoing damage text (the one above the mob in question). Is there any way to avoid having to enable blizz's functions all the time
    • When enabled Parrot manages the settings for Blizzard FCTs damage- and heal-display. You can enable these features to be used with Parrot in the config (General->Game damage/healing)

    "Sometimes when Looting stackable items, the stackcount is off. Why isn't this fixed?"
    • The problem is, that the Interface-event for the Loot is sometimes triggered before, and sometimes after the item was put in the bag (depending on lag). If anyone knows a solution that does not involve constantly polling the bags' content, I'm open to suggestions.

    Quickmark___TBC 2.4.3___
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    QuickMark allows you to set the raid target icon of units quickly rather than having to go through the right-click menu or create keybindings.

    Slash Command
    /qm COMMAND

    s, show - shows the user interface
    h, hide - hides the user interface
    t, toggle - shows or hides the user interface depending on if it was hidden or shown respectively
    hor, horizontal - sets the layout to be horizontal
    vert, vertical - sets the layout to be vertical
    f, flip - inverts the layout
    l, lock - locks the user interface
    u, unlock - unlocks the user interface
    scale <factor> - scales the user interface using the factor. The default scale is 1.0

    Recap___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Recap records damage, healing, and other combat-related events in the area around the player. Recap tracks buffs, debuffs, and the use of abilities.

    • When installing Recap, please first remove any existing Recap folder from your "World of Warcraft/Interface/AddOns" folder.
    • If experiencing problems with Recap, sometimes it is a bug, and sometimes your saved variables file may be damaged. It is always worth seeing whether removing the saved variables file fixes the problem. To do that, exit the game and go into your "World of Warcraft/WTF/Account/<account_name>/SavedVariables" folder and remove the "Recap.lua" and "Recap.lua.bak" files. There are also per-character saved variables files in the ".../<account_name>/<server_name>/<character_name>/SavedVariables" folders.
    • If you believe that Recap is properly installed and enabled, but you can't see the Recap main panel, try typing "/recap". If that doesn't work try typing "/recap centre" (or "/recap center").

    Recount___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Recount is a graphical damage meter.

    I don't see Recount after installing, what to do?
    • /recount show, then /recount resetpos. If this doesn't help delete all (there are more than one) Recount.lua files in your WTF directory.

    I don't see details when I click the recount bar, how to fix?
    • /recount resetpos

    I don't see my pets, totems, gargoyles, guardians, Why?
    • 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.

    Can you add effective heals to Recount?
    • 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.

    I have a question about DPS...
    • 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.

    I have asked a question before and got no answer. I demand an answer!
    • 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.

    Spell Alerter___TBC 2.4.3___
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    SpellAlerter is a basic spell alert mod based off the original SpellAlert mod. See the images for the different alert types you can setup.

    • Add any spell and ability you want to be alerted to
    • Three filters: Enemy Spellcasts, Enemy Buffs, and Friendly Debuffs
    • Additional filtering for players only (reduces spam from things such as Mirror Image)
    • Each alert can have its own sound play. It's similar to making triggers in MSBT but a lot more simplified.
    • Optional minimap icon
    • Data broker plugin
    • All options are inside the GUI. Type /sa or /spellalerter to access them.

    Tell Me When___TBC 2.4.3___
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    TellMeWhen provides visual, auditory, and textual notifications about cooldowns, buffs, and pretty much every other element of combat. TellMeWhen is...

    Icons can track any of the following things:
    • Cooldowns
    • Buffs/Debuffs
    • Reactive abilities
    • Multi-state abilities
    • Temporary weapon enchants
    • Totems/Wild mushrooms/Ghouls/Lightwell
    • Rune cooldowns
    • Internal cooldowns
    • Others' cooldowns
    • Diminishing returns
    • Spell casts
    • Loss of Control effects
    • ...And any combination of over 110 other things with easy-to-use conditions.

    • Icons can be set to show or hide based on the status of their basic element and their usability based on range, duration, stacks, and resources.
    • All icons can show the standard cooldown animation to display their status, and are compatible with OmniCC.
    • There are over 110 conditions that can be configured to make an icon show only under very specific or very general circumstances.
    • You can set a sound to play when important attributes of an icon change.
    • You can also set text to be announced/displayed when an icon's attributes change.
    • Icons can show at different transparency levels based upon the usability/existence of what they are checking.
    • Icons can show status bars on top of them, indicating the required resources and their remaining cooldown/duration in a different way.
    • Icons can be skinned with Masque (formerly ButtonFacade).

    • A druid could display an icon when a clearcasting buff procs
    • A mage could display an icon when Arcane Blast has sufficient mana to be cast and is in range of the target , and have a Polymorph icon appear when the mob they've set to focus becomes unsheeped
    • A death knight could have icons appear to show when Freezing Fog procs , when Rune Strike is usable , and when Horn of Winter drops and needs to be refreshed
    • A rogue could monitor their own stack of Deadly Poison on a mob , and have icons appear when they need to reapply poisons to their weapons
    • An elemental shaman could set an icon to show when they have more than 6 stacks of Lightning Shield
    • A retribution paladin could show an icon for Templar's verdict when they have 3 holy power
    • A hunter could show icon to help facilitate aspect swapping , and an icon for mend pet when their pet's health is below 50%
    • A balance druid could show an icon when they are out of combat and one of their mushrooms is not
      • placed

      A priest could set an icon to monitor all of their chakra states in one icon , or set an icon to watch the cooldown of Rapture
    • While these examples may help you get started, the best way to use TellMeWhen is to use your imagination! The possibilities are virtually limitless, so download TellMeWhen now and see what it can do for you!

    To lock and unlock TellMeWhen, type "/tmw" or "/tellmewhen".

    When you first log in with TellMeWhen installed, you will see one group of four icons in the center of your screen. To begin using TellMeWhen, right-click on one of these icons, and the icon editor will appear. You need to select an icon type from the dropdown menu and enable the icon, and then configure the icon to suit your needs based on the settings that are available. An explanation of what most settings do can be found in the tooltip displayed when you mouse over a setting.

    You can also drag spells from your spellbook, your pet's spellbook, or items from your inventory to quickly set up a cooldown icon for that spell/item. Icons can be spatially manipulated by holding down the right mouse button and dragging them around. When they are dropped on another icon, a menu will appear asking you what you want to do with the icon - Options include Move, Copy, and Swap.

    General settings can be accessed via '/tmw options', the Blizzard interface options, or the 'Group Settings' tab of the icon editor.

    All available slash commands are:
    • '/tmw' - Toggles TellMeWhen between locked (functional) or unlocked (configuration) states.
    • '/tmw options' - Opens the general settings configuration for TellMeWhen.
    • '/tmw profile "Profile Name"' - Loads a TellMeWhen profile. Profile name is case sensitive, and must be quoted if it contains spaces. (E.g. '/tmw profile "Cybeloras - Aerie Peak"').
    • '/tmw enable groupID iconID' - Enables the specified group or icon (E.g. '/tmw enable 2 4' or '/tmw enable 3').
    • '/tmw disable groupID iconID' - Disables the specified group or icon (E.g. '/tmw disable 2 4' or '/tmw disable 3').
    • '/tmw toggle groupID iconID' - Toggles the specified group or icon between enabled and disabled (E.g. '/tmw toggle 2 4' or '/tmw toggle 3').

    Conditions are a very powerful feature of TellMeWhen that allow you to narrow the circumstances under which an icon or group should show. To configure conditions for an icon, click the condition tab on the Icon Editor. Conditions can check a wide variety of things, and I recommend that you explore the condition type menu to see what is available. You can add multiple conditions to an icon, and you can group different conditions together for use with the Boolean operators AND and OR by clicking the parenthesis between each condition.

    Conditions are also used for other purposes throughout TellMeWhen.

    Meta icons
    Meta icons are one other special feature of TellMeWhen that makes it so powerful and versatile. Meta icons allow you to specify a list of other icons to check within the meta icon, allowing you to have a large number of icons for different situations show in the same location on your screen. By chaining meta icons together

    All TellMeWhen icons belong to a parent group. Each of these groups have many settings; some affect their appearance and size, while other affect their functionality. The options for a group can be accessed by typing "/tmw options", or by clicking the group settings tab on the icon editor. Groups can also have conditions set to govern when they are shown and hidden - accessed through the Group Conditions tab of the icon editor, they are configured exactly the same way as icon conditions.

    • Make sure that TellMeWhen is not in configuration mode. Type '/tmw' to toggle configuration mode on and off.
    • The most common problem people encounter is caused by not entering the name correctly during configuration. Make sure you enter names EXACTLY as they are named when you mouse over them. For buffs this is often different from the ability/totem/trinket/enchant/talent which casts the buff, so be sure to check. Known buffs and debuffs are shown as a dark purple or a warrior brown color in the suggestion list.
    • If the name of the ability does not work properly, use the SpellID. SpellIDs can be found by looking at the suggestion list that pops up as you begin typing in the name, or by finding the ability on a site such as Wowhead.
    • Check the settings of the icon's group.
    • Check the icon's settings in the other tabs of the icon editor.

    Collectinator___TBC 2.4.3___
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    What it does
    Provides methods for determining which mini-pets and mounts you are missing.

    How to get it to work
    Open up your companion window (pets or mounts) and click the scan button. This will open up another window which will allow you to see which companions you are missing, along with how to acquire them.

    There are currently no slash commands.

    Go Go Mount___TBC 2.4.3___
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    One-key mounting solution, useful whether you have just one mount or several. Supports all mounts currently in game, sensibly chooses/randomizes between what you have. Bind a key and hit it to mount/unmount or shapeshift/deshift, or use '/click GoGoButton' in a macro.GoGoMount is an addon for World of Warcraft which uses some smart logic to determine the best mount for you depending on your skill level (epic or non-epic), type of mount (flying or non-flying) and location (are you in an area that allows flying). GoGoMount will then randomize which mount (if you have several mounts that meet the criteria) it summons so you end up with different types (horses, rams, etc.) and different colors. GoGoMount also has limited support for shape forms used by Druids and Shamans. Instant cast allows for shifting shapes while moving for Druids and Shamans (with points invested in the ability). GoGoMount takes this into consideration when determining the best mount to use.

    Spell support:
    - Supports Shaman and Druid travel forms - in combat as well

    Autodismount support:
    Dismounts you automagically 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 MountLink' to add pref. Use '/gogo clear' to clear prefs for current zone. Warning: GoGoMount will always use your zone specific preferred mounts even if you have faster ones.

    You can also assign one or more preferred mounts globally. Enable the option "Preferred mount changes apply to global setting" and the zone specific preferences and commands are applied to the global preferences.

    Excluded mount support:
    You can exclude mounts that you never ever want to see. Use '/gogo exclude MountLink' to add a mount to the exclusions list. Use the same command to remove a mount from the exclusions list.

    How to use
    There are a few different ways to use GoGoMount. GoGoMount allows for key bindings to be set to free up action bar slots or virtual buttons to be used from within macros.

    Key Bindings
    To set a key binding, you need to access the key binding assignments window built into the game.

    Mount / Dismount: Summon any mount from available selection using GoGoMount's best mount logic.
    Mount / Dismount (no flying): Summon ground mounts only from available selection using GoGoMount's best mount logic.
    Mount / Dismount Passenger Mounts: Summon multi-passenger mounts only from available selection using GoGoMount's best mount logic.

    Key Bindings in Macros
    Each of the above buttons can be used from within a macro by using "/click BUTTONNAME" in the macro where BUTTONNAME is one of the following:

    Mount / Dismount button = GoGoButton
    Mount / Dismount (no flying) button = GoGoButton2
    Mount / Dismount Passenger Mounts button = GoGoButton3

    There are a few options that can be set to change the behavior of GoGoMount when it uses it's logic for mounting. The options window can be brought up by going to the in-game options, selecting the addons tab at the top and then selecting GoGoMount from the addon list or by typing "/gogo options". The options window looks like this:

    Here's the list of options and what they do.

    Single click to shift from form to travel forms (/gogo druidclickform)
    • This option enables Druids to shift from any shape form into a travel form / mounted form instantly while not in combat. Disabling this option will cause Druids to drop shape form to caster form when pressing the assigned mount button and then into a travel form / mounted form after pressing the mount button a second time.

    Enable automatic dismount
    (/gogo auto)

    • With this option enabled, GoGoMount will automatically dismount you when you click on a herb / ore to pick / mine and when you open the flight path map to fly somewhere. With this option disabled you will have to manually dismount by using the assigned mount button or by other means before.

    Consider 310% and 280% mounts the same speed (/gogo genericfastflyer)
    • There are currently two speeds for epic mounts available (and one speed I've seen but is not in game - 300%). GoGoMount's smart mounting logic will always pick the fastest mount possible for you. In some cases people will get one of the special epic mounts which are only 30% faster. One mount thats faster means GoGoMount will never randomize with the 280% speed increase mounts. Enabling this option tells GoGoMount's smart mounting logic to consider all epic flying mounts the same speed.

    Use shape shift forms (flight forms instead of flying mounts) (/gogo shapeform)
    • This option is used by Druids and Shamans. It enables support for shape forms. For Druids, when GoGoMount's smart mounting logic picks a flying mount, enabling this option will tell it to use flight forms instead of flying mounts. For Druids and Shamans, when in combat this option will enable support for wolf form and travel form to be used instead of mounts to try to escape. This option will also pick travel form / wolf form if no other mounts are available (either in your bags / mount storage or if you have preferred mounts set that are invalid for your location).

    Preferred mount changes apply to global setting
    • This option when disabled causes /gogo [mount link] and /gogo clear commands (which sets preferred mounts - explained later on) to apply to the local zone your character is in. With this option enabled using the listed commands makes changes that effect all zones.

    Disable update notices (/gogo updatenotice)
    • GoGoMount will send a line of text on your screen when someone in the same group, raid, battleground or guild has a newer version of GoGoMount. This notice only happens once per session. While it's not recommended, someone might want to keep using a specific version and my never want to update. In that case, enabling this option will silence the update notices.

    Disable unknown mount notices (/gogo mountnotice)
    • GoGoMount has an internal database of known mounts and their properties. If a new mount shows up in your mount area which GoGoMount does not know about it will display a note on your screen indicating an unknown mount was found and to please report it. Unknown mounts are not used by GoGoMount since it doesn't know how to use them. Enabling this option blocks that notice.

    Altoholic___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Altoholic is an Ace 3 addon written for people who dedicate most of their time to leveling alts, and who want to have as much information as possible in one addon. The main feature of the addon is the search functionality which allows users to search their alts' bags or loot tables in an Auction-House-like frame (see screenshots). All this with multiple-realms/accounts support.


    Account-wide data summary:
    Characters' talents: Full talent trees & glyphs are supported for both specializations.
    • Money, /played, rest xp for each character, subtotals by realm, and grandtotals for the account.
    • Bag usage: see at a glance which characters should get bigger bags (bag size, free slots and types included)
    • Characters' skills: skill summary on one screen, namely the 2 main professions + the 3 secondary skills as well as riding. I may add more if there's demand.
    • Reputations: a list of all the reputations of the current realm's characters. You can see at a glance if all your alts are at least honored with Honor Hold if you want to get the new 2.4 blue PVP set.

    View containers (bags, bank, keyring) of all alts, on all realms.
    Guild banks : You have 10 alts in 10 different guilds on the same server, all of them with access to a guild bank ? Not a problem, you can see them all here.

    E-mail: allows you to see which alts have mail without having to reconnect them. The addon will tell you when mail is about to expire on a character. Threshold configurable (up to 15 days). Multiple realm support as well. Mails sent to a known alt (one you've logged on at least once) will be visible in the addon without having to reconnect it.

    Equipment: See the equipment of the current realm's alts in one screen. Very useful when purchasing stuff for your alts at the AH. Multiple realms supported. Right-clicking any equipment piece will allow you to find an upgrade, this feature is similar to the official wow armory feature, and is quite performant, even though it doesn't match the accuracy of the official one.

    Search: the most important feature of the addon, it uses an AH-like frame to display search results. You can either search bags on the current realm, on all realms, or a loot table.
    The loot table is a table based on AtlasLoot, but which contains only item id's, and therefore keeps memory usage minimal.

    The Search menu allows you to find items based on their name (even partial), level, type or rarity, almost like at the AH. It is also possible to search known recipes.

    Quest Log: See the quest logs of all your alts, as well as an indication of which alts are on a specific quest. Clicking on a quest link in the chat log will tell you which alts are on that quest.

    Suggestions: Currently, only profession leveling suggestions are available when mousing over your current level in a specific profession. Suggestions are based on the leveling guides posted on the official US forums (credit goes to their respective authors). The addon also suggests you where to quest/grind xp depending on your character level.

    Auction house: You can see which auctions/bids you've placed with an alt without being logged in or being at the AH.

    Professions: You can browse all known recipes in a thotbot like frame (see screenshot).

    Mounts & Pets of all your alts.

    Guild Members: a list of your connected guildmates, along with their alts (if they're using Altoholic too), and their average item level. Clicking their AiL will also allow you to "remotely" inspect their equipment.

    Guild Skills: a list of altoholic users in your guild, along with their alts and direct profession links. All professions are available in one click.

    Guild Bank tabs: a list of altoholic users and the time at which they last visited the guild bank. If you haven't visited the guild bank for a few days, you can remotely update your local data without going to a capital city.

    Does the addon support multiple accounts ?
    • As of 3.0.006, the answer to this question is finally YES ! Refer to readme.txt for additional information.

    I want to organize my bags differently, can I do it ?
    • No, I don't intend to rework the "containers" frame. It's clean, and its only purpose is to view the possessions of a character. The major feature of the addon remains the search feature. If you want to organize your bags, you'll have to look elsewhere.

    AltoholicWhen searching the loot table, some items do not seem to appear in the search results, why ?
    • After every major patch, the player's item cache will be reset, which means that any item that has not been seen yet will not be listed. This is a restriction enforced by Blizzard, just like the items that cannot be seen in AtlasLoot. I intend to improve this in the future.

    Should I get rid of AtlasLoot ?
    • No, certainly not. If anything, the search functionality of Altoholic would be complementary to AtlasLoot, but Altoholic does not intend to replace Atlas & AtlasLoot. I might add some kind of list per boss at some point, but it won't match the quality of Atlas+AtlasLoot.

    Do you support all the loots listed in AtlasLoot ?
    • Almost all of them. I'm on par with 5.03.02. Some quest items have been removed along the way.

    Why are certain items listed more than once when I search loot tables ?
    • Simply because they can drop at more than one place, or because a specific boss drops a quest item that is related. Majordomo's chest comes to my mind for the hunter & priest quests.

    When inspecting other players, the source seems incorrect, why ?
    • The addon will look up the loot table and report the first drop location it finds. When inspecting another player, the only relevant info that you do not see in the tooltip is the itemID.

      The itemID is a unique identifier for the item, which means that it's impossible to tell if the player got this item in the normal or the heroic mode of an instance (for example).

      In addition to this, lua tables are stored in a totally random order in memory, which means that for the same item, the source could be displayed as the normal mode during one session, and the heroic mode during the next session.

      This is thus not a bug, and can't be changed.

    A recipe tooltip tells me that an alt could learn the recipe when he already knows it, why ?
    • In 3.0.007, I added a recipe database that tells me which craft can be made out of a given recipe. This will considerably reduce the possibility of being confronted to this problem. If a recipe is not found in the DB, the addon will try to identify the craft by parsing the tooltip, using the method described below.

    Two possible reasons:
    • 1) You didn't open the profession window for that character yet
    • 2) You opened the profession window for that character, but there was an active filter (like "have materials", or a slot filter).

      • In both cases, the list of known recipes for that profession will be incomplete, you can check that in Recipes->Realm->Char->Profession

    If you can see the recipe, then the problem is most likely this:
    • The addon tries to match recipe names and known crafts, but sometimes names do not match. This may especially be the case in non english versions (I've seen it in the French version).
      • example:
        • recipe name : "Schematic: Thorium Rifle"
        • craft name: "Engineering: Thorium Rifle"

    If the bold part of these two names do not match exactly, then no match can be made. Working around this would imply keeping track of exceptions, which I do not intend to do, as this requires a lot of manual effort for little return.

    If all this did not help explaining your problem, then there might be a bug to report :)

    Group Calendar___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Group Calendar features
    • Compatible with the built-in calendar and web-based armory calendars
    • View and edit events using local or server dates and times
    • Track tradeskill cooldowns
    • Create partnerships for coordinating events across multiple guilds
    • Export your calendar to the iCalendar format for use in external applications or web calendars
    • Reminders for upcoming events and tradeskill cooldowns
    • View events and get reminders while on your alts
    • Easy invite management to track group composition
    • Quickly invite players to the raid from the attendance list
    • Set level limits and duration for events
    • Analog clock with date on the minimap button for attractive timekeeping

    Group Calendar is completely re-built around the WoW calendar database. This allows it to work with the built-in calendar, including the armory web-based calendar. Also, because it works with the built-in calendar, your guild members are not required to use this addon since they can use the built-in calendar instead. They will still see your events and be able to sign up for them even if they choose to use the built-in calendar.

    There is no documentation yet as I'm still working on development. The operation is similar to GC4, except that events only show up for players you invite. There is a new Invite tab in the event editor for selecting who should see the event and the selection will be remembered so that next time you create the same event you won't have to re-select it.

    The multi-guild partnerships feature is different too because of the invite system the WoW calendar uses. To support multi-guild partnerships use the Partners tab in the main window to set up a roster-sharing partnership with a player in the other guild(s). Follow the instructions on that tab to set up the partnership. Once it's set up, the partner guilds will appear in your Invite tab in the event editor, where you can then mass-invite players from those guilds.

    Since Blizzard doesn't have any support for mass-inviting players from other guilds, GC will invite them one at a time at the maximum speed Blizzard allows. This can take a while for large partnerships and I recommend that you use copy-and-paste to create additional events once you have an event set up the way you want it. Note that you can not copy an event while you're creating it, you must create it first and then you can copy it and paste the copy to a new date.

    Guild Greet___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Guild Greet is an addon that keeps track of main and alt characters in your guild and reminds you to greet them and congratulate them on level up. You can also store an alias for your guildies.

    I loved the main and alt management features of the original GuildGreet. I extended it to print a list of the main and all alt chars whenever a guildie logged in. This helped me to learn who was who in my guild.

    Later I extended this feature to allow me to query a certain guild member through the command line

    /gg <name>
    to print a list of the alts of all members of the guild

    /gg guild all
    or only those online

    /gg guild show
    If you change your guild or your guild needs to reform for some reason, GuildGreet unfortunately looses all its main-alt associations. To help you rebuild the database I added the possibility to print all information to a list from which you can copy-past the information

    /gg guild list
    Later I added a keybinding to bring up the GuildGreet configuration dialog (/gg) and the possibility to use the context menu on player names in the chat frame to print the main and alias list for that player.

    I also added two greetings (or better goodbyes) for players leaving during the day and a night which can be accesses through the player menu in the chat frame as well.

    Friend list support
    I have added support for your friends. It works just the same as the guild member features.

    User channel support
    Many guilds that have co-operations with other guilds have a common user channel. I added support for such a channel to 20100.4, you can enable this in the "General" tab and define the channel name to use. You must join the channel before you can enter it in the configuration. The channel members (except for guild members) will be managed in a separate list and their own tab.

    Automatic assignment of main/alt chars based on guild notes
    This is a feature requested by Dhugal

    If this feature is enabled (checkbox on general tab) *AND* no manual main/alt information has yet been added, then the guild note will be parsed.

    The following keywords will be understood:
    Main[ <any other text>]
    It is important to note that if <any other text> follows, there must be a space after the "Main" keyword. Any other text will be discarded. this marks the character with this guild note as a "main" char

    alt-<main name>[ <any other text>]
    It is important to note that if <any other text> follows, there must be a space after the <main name>. Any other text will be discarded. this marks the character with this guild note as an "alt" char to the indicated "main" char

    Achievment support
    This is a much requested feature and I have finally found the time to add it. GuildGreet will now help you to congratulate your guild mates when the get an achievment. It works just the same as all the other greetings/congratulations.

    Marking all guild members as "not new"
    When joining a new guild or when first installing GuildGreet while already in a guild, all guild members will be marked as new until they have been greeted once. This is correct if somebody joins a guild you are already a member of, but not all that great in the situation described above. Unfortunately, there is no way for GuildGreet to tell the difference. There is however a way to get rid of this by typing/gg unnew

    This is a guild tool: it's useless if you are not in a guild

    As soon as you go online, the addon loads the list of players in your guild and starts to monitor all changes. As soon as a player comes online or joins the guild, the name is added to a small list onscreen.

    If you leftclick on the name, one of the possible greetings (at random) is written in the guild channel and the name is removed from the list. if you rightclick on the name, it's removed from the list without sending a greeting.

    These color codes are used for the list:
    • red: players joining the guild both during your session and earlier. These players will also be indicated by the word NEW at the end of the line.
    • orange: players logging in for the first time during your current session
    • green: players relogging. They logged on before during your current session
    • blue: players gaining a higher level both during your session and then earlier. These players will also be indicated by the word LEVEL at the end of the line.
    • purple: players getting a higher guildrank then previous session and earlier. These players will also be indicated by the word RANK at the end of the line.

    • the list shown on the screen can be dragged anywhere you want by using the red titlebar to drag.
    • the onscreen list shows a maximum of 5 players by default, but GuildGreet will store the names of any further players needing a greeting.
    • mousing over the names in the list will display a tooltip with usefull information regarding the player

    For detailed information on changing the configuration (like greeting texts), see the file manual.txt

    Greeting guild and channel members
    There are two key bindings that can be used to send a greeting to your guild chat and your selected channel and to say goodbye to the two channels. You can also greet selectively using slash commands. You can configure a guild name alias which can be used in the guild greetings instead of the full guild name.

    Temporarily supressing certain greetings
    If a category (log-in, relog, joining of guild, level up, guild rank promotion) has no greetings defined, a character will not be placed in the greet list upon a corresponding event. However, you might want to supress a certain category without deleting all its greetings. This is now possible as you can supress the corresponding events for each category (meaning a player who levels up will not be placed in the greet list if the level-up category is being suppressed)

    Important hint
    In the interface options (Game options) there is a setting in the <b><i>Social</i></b> section called <b><i>Guild member alert</i></b>. Make sure that this features is enabled as GuildGreet will not detect guild members coming online or going offline if this is disabled. GuildGreet will warn you once if this is disabled and suggest to turn it on. If you don't do it then, you can still manually check this by using <i>/gg alert</i>.

    Edited: February 11, 2018

  2. Addon Control Panel___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Stop logging out of the game just to change your addons!
    ACP adds the "Addons" button to the game's main menu (The one you get when you hit ESC). It allows you to manage your addons in game, with an interface which looks similar to the blizzard addon manager. ACP will help you deal with the "Clutter" that multi-part addons and libraries introduce by displaying your addons in logical arrangements. ACP has many features to make your addon list easy to manage, help you with missing libraries, and provide you with detailed information about each addon.

    Slash Commands:
    /acp - show and hide the ACP window

    /acp addset <set #> - enable an addon set

    /acp removeset <set #> - disable an addon set

    /acp disableall - disable all addons (except protected and ACP)

    /acp default - restore the enabled addons to what was enabled last time the UI was loaded

    Icon meaning:
    Star: Protected addon - this addon will not be disabled when you choose disable all, also if it is not enabled when you log into the game, it will be re-enabled and you will be prompted to reload the ui.

    Dk Grey Open Lock: Addon does not supply compatibility information

    Lt Grey Closed Lock: Addon has provided compatibility information

    Addon compatibility helps you determine if the addon supports the current version of the game that you are running. You will see further information in the tooltip for the addon, and incompatible/out of date addons will be labeled in the main addon list.

    LibRangeCheck-2.0___TBC 2.4.3___
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    A library to determine estimated range.

    API documentation

    LibSharedMedia-3.0___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Shared handling of media data (fonts, sounds, textures, ...) between addons.

    StatBlockCore___TBC 2.4.3___
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    StatBlockCore is a display addon for LibDataBroker plugins.

    SBC offers a variety of options some plugin based, some global based. It's main goal is to provide freely movable blocks based on the LDB system, whilst keeping to a minimal codebase.
    Also a lot of other addons are using LDB for their quicklaunchers, SBC fully supports them.

    Examples of plugins are:
    Broker_* addons
    StatBlock_* addons
    ..and many more...
    SBC does nothing on it's own, it needs LibDataBroker plugins to function. You can find these in the Data Broker section.


    Jebus Mail___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Easily mail friends, guild members, alts and others. Features:
    • Remembers last recipient and fills it in each time
    • Adds a drop-down menu to the recipient box. This drops down 4 categories: Alts, Friends, Guild, Other
    • Log in as each alt to get it listed in the Alts list
    • Delivery notification (sound optional) for items sent to non-alts
    • Right-click on a message in the summary window to collect items and money (one at a time)
    • Displays total money received once the mailbox window is closed
    • Options are found in the new 2.4 Interface Options - AddOns window

    Postal___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Postal offers enhanced mailbox support by providing the following features:
    • BlackBook: Adds a contact list next to the To: field.
      • Tracks all your characters (as you log each one on) and list them if they are on the same realm/faction on an "Alts" list
      • Tracks the last 20 players you mailed on a "Recently Mailed" list.
      • Autocomplete names from Alts/Recently Mailed/Contacts/Friends/Guild list. You can choose which of these lists to use.
      • Option to autofill in the last person mailed to the To: field.
      • Option to disable Blizzard's name auto-completion popup.

    • CarbonCopy: Allows you to copy the contents of a mail.
    • DoNotWant: Shows a clickable visual icon as to whether a mail will be returned or deleted on expiry.
    • Express: Adds shortcuts
      • Shift-Click to take item/money from mail
      • Ctrl-Click to return mail
      • Alt-Click to move an item from your inventory to the current outgoing mail (same as right click in default UI)
      • Added option to disable multiple item mail tooltips.

    • OpenAll: Allows you to open all mails of selected types at one go in your inbox unattended.
      • All AH Cancelled mail
      • All AH Expired mail
      • All AH Outbidded mail
      • All AH Success mail
      • All AH Won mail
      • Non-AH mail with attachments
      • AH settings are divided into neutral and faction-specific settings.
      • Shift-Click on the OpenAll button will open all mail and override your filter settings.
      • Choose to have a number of bag slots always left free when opening mail.

    • Rake: Displays summary of money gained from opening mail
    • Select: Adds checkboxes to the inbox with buttons for selective opening/returning
      • Added mail indicator numbers above the checkboxes.
      • Added help note that you can Shift-Click 2 checkboxes to select everything between them.
      • Added help note that you can Ctrl-Click a checkbox to select all mail from that sender.
      • Choose to have a number of bag slots always left free when opening mail.

    • TradeBlock: Block trades and guild charter signature invites from people while you are at the Inbox
    • Wire: Autoupdate the subject field with money amount if blank.
      Postal's menu and settings can be accessed at the upper right corner of your mailbox.

    Postal Profiles
    While this might not be too intuitive to some users, each character that you log on will have its own initial Postal profile (settings). If you wish that some or all your characters share the same profile (and hence share the same contact list), then you can create a New Profile, call it anything you want such as "Shared by Alts", and have all your other characters change to that profile.

    Mass Mailing Abilities

    Postal does not come with any abilities to send out mass mails (i.e messages to more than 1 person at a time). There is no intention to add such functionality to Postal.

    Carbonite___TBC 2.4.3___
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    A multi feature addon developed by game industry veterans to improve and enhance the game playing experience of World of Warcraft

    Chinchilla Minimap___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Chinchilla Minimap alters the Blizzard Minimap in a way to provide much nicer features and other niceties.

    • Allows changing of blip size, border style, shape of the map (doesn't have to be circular, or even square, lots of options are available), size, etc.
    • A more flexible north-east-south-west indicator.
    • Show your location coordinates.
    • Make the minimap very big temporarily (good for gathering or finding a tough-to-spot enemy).
    • Show the name of your location more flexibly
    Move Buttons
    • Move the buttons around the minimap to wherever you want (even off the minimap entirely).
    • Show which team-mate pinged the minimap
    • Position the minimap and frames around it.
    Range Circle
    • Show on the minimap where your range extends to.
    Show / Hide
    • Show or hide various frames related to the minimap.
    Tracking Dots
    • Change the dots on the map to a different set of images. Very handy, especially if you suffer from colour-blindness
    • Use the mouse-wheel to zoom the minimap and zoom out the map automatically after 20 seconds (or so).

    Handy Notes___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Handy Notes for your maps. This addon is intended to be a small and simple replacement for Cartographer_Notes and functions in a similar manner.

    Use /handynotes to access options.

    You can add notes to the maps in 3 ways:
    • Alt-RightClick on the world map to add a note.
    • Use "/hnnew" without the quotes to add a note at your current location.
    • Use "/hnnew x,y" without the quotes to add a note at location x,y on your current zone's map.

    NOTE: At the time of writing, HandyNotes v1.4.x does not work when Carbonite is installed.

    Handy Notes Directions___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Database of locations that city guards direct you to for HandyNotes

    Handy Notes Guild___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Display front-end for LibGuildPositions-1.0 using HandyNotes

    Handy Notes Vendors___TBC 2.4.3___
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    HandyNotes_Vendors allows you to track Vendor locations in HandyNotes. This is sister project to HandyNotes_Trainers which can help you track Class and Profession Trainers and HandyNotes_CityGuide which can help you track bankers, auctioneers and other important NPCs.

    HandyNotes is base addon allowing other addons add icons to your worldmap. HandyNotes_Vendors is addon adding one icon for each Vendor you visit. Each Vendor has one of three different icons so you can easily find proper vendor for you.
    • Food icon for normal vendors
    • Anvil icon for vendors which can repair items
    • Hearthstone icon for innkeepers

    Handy Notes Vendors___TBC 2.4.3___
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    HandyNotes_Vendors allows you to track Vendor locations in HandyNotes. This is sister project to HandyNotes_Trainers which can help you track Class and Profession Trainers and HandyNotes_CityGuide which can help you track bankers, auctioneers andLight Headed___TBC 2.4.3___WotLK 3.3.5___Cata 4.3.4___
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    TomTom offers the following major features:

    • Set waypoints via command, or by clicking on the world map
    • A draggable coordinate display with customizable accuracy. This frame can be hidden or locked.
    • Player and cursor coordinates on the World Map (these can be hidden)
    • A floating "crazy-taxi" style arrow that points you to your destination
    • Displaying the "crazy-taxi" arrow or coordinate block in compatible LDB displays, such as NinjaPanel
    • Show a waypoint that points you towards your corpse for easy recovery
    • Can set waypoints by clicking on quest objective POIs on the World Map and watch frame.

    Please also check out LightHeaded addon.
    All mentioned addons are available in this private post!!

    Slash Commands:
    /tomtom - Opens configuration GUI

    In addition you can use the /way command to add and reset waypoints.
    The following slash commands are available:
    Slash Command Description
    /way 14.78 23.9 Add a new waypoint at 14.78, 23.90
    /way Nagrand 45 50 Add a new waypoint in Nagrand at 45, 50
    /way 14.78 23.90 This is a waypoint! Add a new waypoint with a description
    /way reset all Remove ALL current waypoints
    /way reset Nagrand Remove all waypoints in Nagrand
    /wayb or /wayback Sets a waypoint at the current location
    /cway or /closestway Set the crazy arrow to the closest waypoint

    TomTom has been designed to publish the Crazy-Arrow and Coordinate Block as LDB feeds, allowing them to be displayed in compatible display addons.
    other important NPCs.

    HandyNotes is base addon allowing other addons add icons to your worldmap. HandyNotes_Vendors is addon adding one icon for each Vendor you visit. Each Vendor has one of three different icons so you can easily find proper vendor for you.
    • Food icon for normal vendors
    • Anvil icon for vendors which can repair items
    • Hearthstone icon for innkeepers

    Map Coords___TBC 2.4.3___
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    MapCoords Features:
    This is an AddOn that shows the cursor & player coordinates on the worldmap.
    As of 0.3 it also shows coords below your and your party members portrait.
    And since 0.16 it can also show coords below your minimap (all optional).
    Options to toggle the display of every single label are also available.

    Mapster___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Mapster is a very simple world map enhacement addon, which was designed to work in conjunction with all other map addons out there. The idea to create Mapster originated from pure lack of a simplistic addon that only modifies the world map, without adding a full scale feature set.

    • Map Style (Scale & Alpha)
    • Coordinates
    • Fog of War removal
    • Enhancement of the raid/party group icons

    You can access the Mapster configuration menu through the new button on the world map. All features (except the style) can be turned off individually if you do not need/want them.

    Routes___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Routes allow you to draw lines on the worldmap linking nodes together into an efficient farming route from existing databases. The route will be shown (by default) on the minimap and zone map as well.

    Use /routes to begin.

    See spikey star-shaped routes?
    You haven't optimized the route yet. Go into the route you created and optimize it. Instructions below.

    Video about configuring this addon.

    Download and install:
    • Routes
    • GatherMate2
    • GatherMate2_Data
    All mentioned addons are available in this private post!!

    Start up World of Warcraft and make sure all addons are marked to be loaded (in the addon selection screen).

    Importing into GatherMate2:
    type: /gathermate2
    • Go to 'Import Data' and then to 'GatherMate2Data' (left side)
    • If you already have herbs/mines of yourself, select 'Merge' from the 'Import Style' dropdown, otherwise 'Overwrite' is ok.
    • Select which sources you want to import (ea: Mining/Herbalism) and tick their respective boxes.
    • Hit the 'Import GatherMate2Data' button on the bottom.

    Creating your first route:
    type: /routes
    • Go to 'Add' (left side)
    • Type the name of your route (and press 'Okay' or enter)
    • Now select the zone you want to create a route in from the 'Select Zone' dropdown.
    • Make sure the 'GatherMate2' source has it's checkbox ticked.
    • Select which nodes (ea: what type of herbs/mines/fish) should be used to create your route.
    • Hit the 'Create Route' button.
    • Done! you can now go to the zone and follow the generated 'route' on your minimap.

    You can change the color in the 'Line Settings' tab (and also completely hide the route)

    Open your worldmap on the zone you just created a route in, and you will see a massive whirling of lines (light-redish).

    Changing/Optimizing your route:
    type: /routes
    • Go to 'Routes' and then the zone you made your route in and finally to the route you created. This has taken you to the 'Information'-tab of this route.
    • Click on the 'Optimize Route' tab.
    • Hit the 'Cluster' button, this is usually advisable as most zones contain large amounts of nodes. Clustering will group 'nearby' nodes onto 1 point and the default distance is easily viewable on the minimap.
    • Hit the 'Foreground' button, this will try an optimization of the length of your route (you can see it being updated after it finishes if you use a map addon like Mapster).
    • Keep hitting the 'Foreground' button to try and make the route smaller,

    • Select node-types to build a line upon. The following are supported
      • GatherMate2 (Author's preference)
      • GatherMate
      • Gatherer
      • HandyNotes
      All mentioned addons are available in this private post!!

    • Optimize your route using the traveling salesmen problem (TSP) ant colony optimization (ACO) algorithm
    • Background (nonblocking) and foreground (blocking) optimization
    • Select color/thickness/transparency/visibility for each route
    • For any route created, finding a new node will try to add that as optimal as possible
    • Quick clustering algorithm to merge nearby nodes into a single traveling point
    • Quickly mark entire areas/regions as "out of bounds" or "taboo" to Routes, meaning your routes will ignore nodes in those areas and avoid cross them
    • Fubar plugin available to quickly access your routes
    • TomTom support for quickly following a route
    • Works with Chinchilla's Expander minimap and SexyMap's HudMap!
    • Full in-game help file and FAQ, guiding you step by step on what to do!

    Silver Dragon___TBC 2.4.3___
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    SilverDragon tracks rares. It will try everything possible to notice them and tell you about them.

    How does it search?
    Those little skull icons you see on the minimap. If one of them is a rare SilverDragon knows about, it'll yell at you.

    If you mouse over or target a rare mob, SilverDragon will notice it.

    If you have enemy nameplates turned on, SilverDragon will keep an eye on them to look for the names of known rares.

    SilverDragon can also create a macro to target any rares that are known in the current zone. You can stick this on your actionbars as a button to spam while chasing after a rare, or bind it to a key. This is sort of a last resort.

    How will I know when a rare is seen?
    When a rare appears, SilverDragon will pop up a frame that you can click on to target it.

    Warning: If you're in combat, secure action restrictions mean that it won't show up until combat finishes.

    You can choose from assorted sounds to play when a rare is seen. The sound can loop for a while, to make sure you don't miss it.

    There's special settings for rares that drop mounts and world boss rares which you might want to call up a group for. If you're sitting mostly-AFK on a Time-Lost Proto Drake spawn, you probably want the sound that plays to be utterly ridiculous and go on for a good long while, to make sure you don't miss that sucker.

    A notice can be sent to a number of places:
    • your scrolling combat text
    • your chat frame
    • a channel in your chat frame (announcing it to your party, for instance)
    • a popup window
    • etc

    Other useful things?
    Custom mobs
    In SilverDragon's options you'll find a "Mobs" section. In the "Always" section, you can add any mob you want to be scanned for. All you need to know is the mob id.

    So, let's say you wanted to keep an eye out for Lil Timmy in Stormwind, to buy the kitten he sells. You would...
    • Grab his id from the URL. It's 8666.
    • Enter 8666 into the "add" field, and click "okay".
    • Play with your new kitten.
    • Yes, this example dates me.

    Ignoring mobs
    If there's some mob you don't want to hear about for whatever reason, just go to the "Ignore" section of the options. Again, enter the mob's id into the "add" box, then click okay. Bam! You will never again be told that Vern is up.

    (Actually, Vern is ignored by default. But you get the idea.)


    SilverDragon will talk to itself. It can communicate with other copies of itself run by people in your party / guild, and tell you when they see a rare mob. (If there's a group of you camping all the Time-Lost Proto Drake spawns, say...)

    You can turn this off completely, if you want to be private about it.

    Some rares are part of an achievement. When you mouse over a rare mob, SilverDragon will add to the tooltip whether you've already killed it, so you know whether you need to rush for it.

    SilverDragon includes a Broker plugin. It'll attach itself to your minimap, or a Broker container you have installed, and show you a list of the mobs it knows about in the current zone.

    Addon Loader___TBC 2.4.3___
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    AddonLoader is an addon that loads other addons automatically, as and when they are needed, which speeds up the logon process.

    Note that addons need to be aware of AddonLoader for this to work; if you see "X-LoadOn-..." tags in their .toc files, they are!

    Documentation: See http://www.wowpedia.org/AddonLoader

    Button Bin___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Addon Description
    ButtonBin is a display addon for LibDataBroker objects. The initial design goal was to make a very compact display for LDB launchers, ignoring the labels. It has since evolved to become more of a full featured display addon, allowing both the compact button-only view as well as displaying labels with icons. This release should be considered beta but should be stable enough for daily use. Combined with FuBar2Broker, ButtonBin can fully replace FuBar as a displayer. The default configuation now uses a left/right/center top bar layout to allow for a smooth transition.

    Examiner___TBC 2.4.3___
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    With Examiner, you can check other players gear, talents, achievements, honor and arena team details.

    When you inspect someone, it will show a stat summery of all their equipped gear combined. Please note that these values are from gear alone, and will not include bonuses from buffs, talents or normal base stats.

    Each player you inspect can be cached, that way you can look them up later, even when they are not around. The option to cache others is disabled by default, you will have to enable caching on the "Config" page.

    You can bind a key to inspect your target, you can even bind a key to inspect whoever is under your mouse, without having to target anyone (stealth inspection). To set this up, open the Key Bindings dialog and look under "Examiner".

    Examiner does not use that much memory by itself, but once you start caching a lot of people, memory usage can grow quite quickly.

    Comparing Gear
    To compare one person's gear with another, you can mark a target for compare by right clicking on the "Stats" button to get a drop down menu to open, this menu will have an entry called "Mark for Compare". When marked for compare, the Stats page will no longer show the actual stats of your inspected person, but will instead show the difference in stats compared to the person you marked for compare.

    Achievement Browser
    Examiner comes with powerful achievement browser, which has a lot of features, such as filtering out certain achievements you do not care about, or only show achievements for a specific boss encounter.
    It is also possible to sort achievements in several ways. For example, you may want to sort achievements by the reward their name, or the date they were completed.
    Instead of the default achievement browser, try using the one in Examiner, even when looking at your own achievements, just inspect yourself.

    Cache Filtering
    If your number of cached entries is getting quite high, you may want a way to filter out specific players.
    First you have to open the filter dialog, do this by right clicking on the Cache button and pick "Filter...", or use the shortcut by holding down the Shift key and then click the Cache button.
    The filter works a bit similar to the /who function in WoW, so you can for example set the filter to "1-79" and it will show all non level 80s.
    To only show a specific class, you can use the filter "class:deathknight", and only Death Knights will be shown.
    You can add as many filter matches as you want, so using the filter: "class:hunter race:nightelf guild:awesome" will show all Night Elf hunters from the guild <Awesome>.
    Filter matches cannot have spaces, you must write them without, that is why "Death Knight" has to be written as "DeathKnight", you can even just use "deathk" it does not have to match the entire thing.
    You can use the filter type "sex" to match males or females. Using "sex:2" will match males, "sex:3" will match females.
    There are many filter types, here are some examples: "class", "race", "realm", "guild", "guildRank", "sex" and "zone".

    Model Frame Controls
    Left Click + Move: Rotates the Model
    Right Click + Move: Moves the Model
    Mousewheel: Zoom
    Ctrl + Left Click: Change Background
    Ctrl + Right Click: Toggle Background
    Slash Commands
    The slash command for Examiner is /examiner or just /ex.

    Although you probably wont need to use any slash commands as almost everything is available from the UI, there are a few things which can only be done through slash commands.

    /ex inspect <unit> or /ex i <unit>
    This one will inspect the given unit (target, focus, party3 etc). If no unit token is given, it will inspect target and then player if no target exist.

    /ex si <itemLink>
    This command will scan just a single item and list its combined stats in the chat frame. Holding down ALT while the mouse is over an item in Examiner will show a tooltip with the stats like this.

    /ex compare <itemLink1> <itemLink2>
    Compares two items and lists the stat differences.

    /ex arena <rating>
    Shows you the amount of arena points the given rating gives for 2v2, 3v3 and 5v5.

    /ex rating <stat> <rating> <level>
    Converts a given stat rating into the amount it gives in percentage, at the specified level. Will use your level if omitted.

    /ex scale <value>
    Changes the scale of the Examiner window.

    /ex reset
    Resets the position in case it was moved off screen.

    /ex clearcache
    Clears the entire cache of Examiner.

    Grim Reaper___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Grim Reaper gives you a very quick and easy access to the relevant combat log of any raid member with just a flick of the mouse or the press of a key. It will also monitor raid member health levels for the duration of combat log data and will show the health of any unit alongside their concise combat log display.

    There are several ways to use Grim Reaper.
    • My personal favorite is to leave it hidden most of the time and use the hotkey activator. If you go into Blizzard key bindings and scroll down to Grim Reaper and setup a key for the Quick View function (I use F10), then whenever I need the reaper window I hold the quick view button, mouseover to who I'm interested in and release the quick view key. This locks the view onto that player and you can scroll around and do your investigating. When you're done with it, simply press the quick view key again and Grim Reaper hides itself once more.
    • Others will prefer to setup a keybind to lock the reaper on a target and leave it open all the time, perhaps watching their main tank.
    • Some people prefer to dock Grim Reaper onto the tooltip, but this offers reduced functionality as the display is non-interactive in this mode, but it does offer a quick and simple view.

    Move Anything___TBC 2.4.3___
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    MoveAnything enables you to move, scale, hide and adjust transparency of just about any screen element in WoW, offering tools to help you customize your UI. Some other frame modifications are also possible using MA's Frame Editors (Introduced in 11.b2), including framestrata, frame grouping and more.

    Type /move to show the main window or click the button below the game menu. This main window contains a list of Blizzard's frames (any element not in the list can be added to the Custom Frames category by either /move frameName, /mafe frameName, /hide frameName or one of the move/mafe/hide keybindings).

    Raid Boss Alternative Bar - mover for player/boss addition indicator (like The Stone Guard progress bar)

    All screenshots was taken with a customized button skin loaded. Buttons will appear as other buttons in your WoW.

    Main window:
    Move - toggles a mover for the frame
    Hide - toggles hiding of the frame
    Reset - undoes MA's changes to frame and removes frame from list if custom
    MF - Modified Frames - toggles whether to only show modified frames in the list
    CE - Collapse/Expand - collapses/expands all categories
    FS - Frame Stack - toggles Blizzard's Frame Stack tooltip
    M - Movers - toggles all movers. Shift click clears the list
    FE - Frame Editors - toggles visibility on all open frame editors. Shift click clears the list, closing all frame editors
    S - Sync - synchronizes all frames modified by MoveAnything
    O - Options - opens options
    X - Close - closes the MA window. Ctrl-Alt-Shift click reloads ui

    Interacting with the movers:
    Left-Drag - moves frame
    Left-Drag the small buttons - scales frame
    Right-Click - stops moving frame
    Shift Right-Click - toggles visibility of the mover, while still allowing modifications to the frame
    Mousewheel - adjusts alpha blend
    Control-Click - opens a frame editor

    Key Bindings:
    Toggle MA window - toggles MoveAnything's main window
    Move frame - Safe - toggles moving of the first found parent frame, from MA's default list or a top level frame if possible
    Edit frame - safe - toggles a frame editor for the frame, picking a modified, a default or a top level frame in that order
    Hide frame - Safe - hides frame at cursor, from MA's default list or a top level frame if possible
    Reset frame - Safe - resets frame at cursor, from MA's default list or a top level frame if possible
    Move frame - Exact - toggles moving of the exact frame at cursor
    Edit frame - Exact - toggles a frame editor for the exact frame at cursor
    Hide frame - Exact - hides the exact frame at cursor
    Reset frame - Exact - resets the exact frame at cursor
    Update frames - updates all frames influenced by MA

    Slash Commands:
    /move - toggles MA window
    /move frameName - toggles moving of frame named "frameName"
    /hide frameName - toggles visibility of frame named "frameName"
    /mafe frameName - toggles a frame editor for frame named "frameName"
    /unmove frameName - resets frame named "frameName"
    /movelist - lists profiles
    /moveimport profileName - import settings from profile into the current profile
    /moveexport profileName - exports settings into named profile
    /movedelete profileName - deletes named profile
    /move, /mafe, /unmove and /hide accepts several shorthands: last, minimap, buffs, debuffs, player, target, targetoftarget, focus & pet.

    Tips: - Work in progress
    Quickest way to modify a frame - Go into Keybindings, scroll down to MoveAnything and bind a key to "Move Frame - Safe". They key you bound now toggles a mover on the topmost frame underneath your mouse cursor.
    Easiest way to reset a frame - Bind a key to "Reset Frame - Safe" as described above and press it while hovering your mouse cursor above the element you want to reset. Check the chatframe to verify it's the right frame before clicking the key again to confirm.
    Moved something by mistake - Type /unmove last and it will reset the last frame you interacted with.
    Figuring out frame names for use with /move, /hide, /mafe and /unmove - Use the "FS" checkbox to show Blizzard's Frame Stack tooltip. This tooltip displays a list of frames currently underneath your mouse cursor, divided by what screen layer they are in(aka framestrata).

    Shared Media___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Inserts media(fonts, bars, borders, etc) into LibSharedMedia's storage. They can then be selected by any addon that supports LibSharedMedia, a lot of them do.

    Shared Media Additional Fonts___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Inserts more than 25 additional fonts into LibSharedMedia's storage.

    LibSharedMedia is used as a library in other addons to add resources such as fonts, sounds, images, ... By installing SharedMediaAdditionalFonts, you add fonts to the list of fonts provided by LibSharedMedia to these addons. If your other addons do not use LibSharedMedia, this addon (SharedMediaAdditionalFonts) doesn't do anything.

    List of popular addons that use LibSharedMedia:
    Recount / Skada

    All mentioned addons are available in this private post!!

    Ackis Recipe List___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Ackis Recipe List is an AddOn which will scan your trade skills and provide information on how to obtain recipes.

    How to get it to work
    You open up a trade skill window (ie: Enchanting) and click on the Scan button which is attached to the trade skill window. Results will be printed out to the chat frame, or into a separate window depending on preference.

    Command Line
    Ackis Recipe List has a GUI to change parameters. Type /arl to open up the GUI. Acceptable commands include:
    /arl about
    • Opens up the about panel, listing information about the mod/arl sort or /arl sortingOpens up the sorting options

    /arl scan profession
    • Scan a profession

    /arl documentation
    • Opens up in-game documentation regarding ARL

    /arl display
    • Opens up display options

    /arl profile
    • Opens up profile options

    /arl tradelinks
    • Prints out a list of all the profession tradeskill links

    Ackis Recipe List will behave differently depending on which modifying keys you use to click.

    Scan Button
    This is the functionality that occurs when you are clicking the scan button.

    Normal Click
    • Performs a scan of the current tradeskill displaying recipes in a new window.

    Shift Click
    • Generates a text dumping of the current tradeskill in a format (CSV, XML, BBC) specified by the user.

    Alt Click
    • Removes all waypoints on the World Map and Mini-map generated by ARL.

    Ctrl Click
    • Provides development code for use when updating trainers, vendors, etc in the recipe database.

    This is the functionality that occurs when you click on a recipe.
    Normal Click
    • Expands or contracts the recipe acquire information.

    Shift Click
    • Generates an item link of the item that the recipe will make into your default chat box.

    Ctrl Click
    • Generates a spell link for the recipe you clicked.

    Alt Click
    • Adds or removes a recipe from the exclusion list.

    Ctrl-Shift Click
    • Adds the specific recipe acquire methods to the World Map and Mini-map.

    Advanced Trade Skill Window___TBC 2.4.3
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    ATSW is a complete replacement for Blizzards tradeskill window with more overview and special functions.
    This replacement (works for all tradeskills, now even enchanting!) provides you with:

    a better overview
    The ATSW is bigger than the standard window, resulting in a much better overview over the thousands of items you can produce. Additionally, it lets you sort your recipes either by groups (as in the standard window), alphabetically or by difficulty. Alternatively, ATSW even lets you create your own groups and sort the recipes the way you like!
    ATSW also has a filter function: enter something into the filter line and ATSW hides all recipes that don't contain the text you entered. But this filter function can do more: it's a powerful search function that can filter for minimum/maximum level requirements, producable item counts, item rarity (color) and reagents necessary. Check out the readme for details on using this function!

    more comfort
    The ATSW has a production queue: you can queue several different items and have them all produced automatically by just clicking one button.
    The ATSW is able to consider items you have to produce in order to use them as reagents in the production of other items. So: if you need item A to produce item B, you don't have to manually produce first item A, then item B. The ATSW does that for you: you just tell it to produce item B and it automatically queues the production of item A and - afterwards - item B. If you are missing some reagents to produce both items you get a message telling you exactly which reagents you need.
    ATSW helps you telling your friends what reagents you need for a specific item: just click on a recipe with your shift-key pressed and the chat line opened and the reagent info will be added to the chat line.
    ATSW shows you what reagents you need to process the whole production queue. It even tells you how many of each reagent you have in your bank, on alternative characters on the same server (in this case, it can even tell you on which characters) and which reagents are buyable from merchants. In case of buyable reagents ATSW can automatically buy all missing and available items from a merchant when you are speaking to him.

    Please note that ATSW has grown to be quite a complex addon and it might still contain some bugs. Please tell me if you encounter one so I can fix them.

    Fishing Buddy___TBC 2.4.3___
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    A fishing addon that keeps track of the fish you catch and helps manage your fishing gear.

    • Double-click fishing
    • Supports the new WoW "fish without a pole" feature
    • Bring out your fishing pets! Drink heavily!
    • 'Fish Watcher' lets you see the fish you've caught here 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
    • 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

    Gatherer___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Gatherer is an addon for herbalists, miners and treasure hunters in World of Warcraft. It's main purpose is to track the closest plants, deposits and treasure locations on your minimap.

    The addon does not track like a tracking ability does, rather it "remembers" where you have found various items in the past. It does this whenever you gather (perform herbalism, mining or opening) on an item, and records the specific map location in its history. From then on, whenever the item comes into range of being one of the closest 1-25 (configurable) items to your present location, it will pop up on you minimap.

    When you view your World Map, you will also see the item locations marked on the particular map you are viewing there.

    Just use the game as normal.
    When you gather things, they will appear on your minimap and your main map.
    If you want to configure the addon, click the Gatherer configuration icon floating around your minimap frame or type /gather options.

    Slash Commands
    /gather minimap (on|off|toggle) - controls the minimap tracking functionality
    /gather mainmap (on|off|toggle) - controls the world map tracking functionality
    /gather dist <n> - sets the minimap tracking distance to this number of units. (in game yards)
    /gather num <n> - sets the maximum number of items to display (default=20, up to 50)
    /gather herbs (on|off|toggle) - select whether to show herb data on the minimap")
    /gather ore (on|off|toggle) - select whether to show mining data on the minimap")
    /gather treasure (on|off|toggle) - select whether to show treasure data on the minimap")
    /gather options - show the configuration dialog

    Skinner___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Will destroy junk collected from skinnable corpses while saving the good material. Will not destroy if you type into acception list. /skinner for options and acception list.

    Arena Unit Frames___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Unit frames for your arena opponents, plus more.

    Frames can display the following, each of which can be toggled on or off:
    • Debuffs and buffs
    • Unit target
    • Party target indicators
    • Cast bars
    • Target distance indicator
    • Trinket cooldown status indicator
    • Diminishing returns indicator

    Additional functionality include an elaborate alert system, completely customizable button click functionality, and buff/debuff filters.

    Alerts can display a message on screen in large letters and/or play a sound when specific events occur. Custom sound files can be placed in the addon's Custom folder to play any sound of your choosing. Some alerts have a speech option which will play pre-recorded voices instead of a sound effect, which will state the unit class and CC spell cast rather than a blanket sound effect for every class/spell. Alerts can also be configured to ignore specified classes/spells so they trigger only when you wish them to.

    Capping Battleground Timers___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Battleground timers and other PvP features.

    • All battlegrounds/arenas have start timers
    • Ashran - Event timers, battle timer, graveyard timer
    • Alterac Valley - Node timers, auto quest turnins, and sync
    • Arathi Basin - Node timers and final score estimation
    • Eye of the Storm - Flag respawn timer, flag carrier display, and final score estimation
    • Isle of Conquest - Node timers and siege engine timer
    • Warsong Gulch - Flag respawn timer and flag carrier display with health percent
    • Wintergrasp - Start timers, wall attack alerts, and auto show zone map
    • Zone Map - Change scale, narrow, and hide border
    • Other - Port expiration timers, queue wait timers, scoreboard/capture bar/vehicle seat repositioning

    Doom Cooldown Pulse___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Ever wanted to know when a certain ability will come off cooldown, but you're too caught up in a fight to notice? Doom_CooldownPulse is designed to fix that problem! It flashes the icon of the ability in the middle of your screen whenever it becomes usable again.

    Great! Now.. how do I set it up?
    Doom_CooldownPulse requires no initial setup; just install and you're good to go! However, the options frame (which is accessable by typing /dcp) allows very easy customization. You can change all of the following:
    • Icon size
    • Icon position (press the unlock button)
    • Fade in time
    • Fade out time
    • Max opacity (transparency)
    • Max opacity hold time
    • Animation scaling (how big/small it gets when it flashes)
    • Cooldowns to ignore
    • Overlay color for pet cooldown pulses

    It is intended to be very easy to customize, and your changes take effect immediately. You can see how your settings will look by pressing the "Test" button, or reset them to the default settings by pressing the "Defaults" button.

    Interrupt Bar___TBC 2.4.3___
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    A basic mod that tracks enemy interrupt abilities on a neat little bar. I consider this mod feature complete.
    • Feral Charge
    • Counterspell
    • Pummel
    • Kick
    • Spell Lock
    • Mind Freeze
    • Skull Bash
    • Rebuke

    Left Click the bar to move it. Go to the options to lock the bar. You can also hide buttons until they're active.

    Type /ib in-game for a list of options

    In the options you can make it so the bar only shows when an ability is fired.

    To edit the order of abilities open InterruptBar.lua and change the order of the numbers in the 'order' table. Each number is labeled indicating what spell it is.

    Adding new abilities isn't intended.

    Mik Scrolling Battle Text___TBC 2.4.3___
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    MSBT is designed to be an extremely lightweight, efficient, and highly configurable mod that makes it easier to see combat information by scrolling the information on the screen in separate, dynamically creatable scroll areas. It is a replacement for Blizzard's Floating Combat Text and Damage output.

    • Lightweight and efficient design.
    • Scroll incoming damage/heals, outgoing damage/heals, and notifications in separate configurable scroll areas on the playing field.
    • Display player and pet cooldown completion alerts.
    • Display loot alerts with a total of how many are now in inventory.
    • Add triggers that will allow you to show notifications based on a variety of conditions.
    • Assign a sound file to play for events/triggers.
    • Dynamically create new scroll areas and assign any event/trigger to them.
    • Customize the position, size, animation style, enabled state, font style, font size, font outline, and opacity for each of the scroll areas.
    • Customize each individual event's color, font style, font size, font outline, opacity, output message, enabled state, and scroll area.
    • Set "Master Font" settings that will be inherited by all of the scroll areas and the events in them unless they are overridden at the scroll area or event level.
    • Merge AoE data into one event with cumulative damage/healing done with number of normal and crits specified.
    • Show overhealing amounts against yourself or party/raid members.
    • Color unit names according to their class.
    • Color damage amounts according to damage type.
    • Show partial effects (resists, absorbs, vulnerabilities, etc) colored according to type.
    • Filter output information with a full suite of spam controls.
    • Load on demand options.
    • For mod developers:
      • Output your own scrolling messages with the MikSBT.DisplayMessage function instead of having to create your own frame and animation code. You can also use your own font by first registering it with MSBT via the
        MikSBT.RegisterFont function.
      • Create custom animation styles.
      • See the included API.html file for reference information.

    Supported Events:
    • Incoming:
      • Melee Damage, Misses, Dodges, Parries, Blocks, Deflects, Absorbs, and Immunes
      • Skill Damage, Damage Over Time (DoTs), Misses, Dodges, Parries, Blocks, Deflects, Absorbs, Immunes, Reflects, and Interrupts
      • Spell Resists
      • Heals and Heals Over Time (HoTs)
      • Pet Melee Damage, Misses, Dodges, Parries, Blocks, Deflects, Absorbs, and Immunes
      • Pet Skill Damage, Damage Over Time (DoTs), Misses, Dodges, Parries, Blocks, Deflects, Absorbs, and Immunes
      • Pet Spell Resists
      • Pet Heals and Heals Over Time (HoTs)
      • Environmental Damage

    • Outgoing:
      • Melee Damage, Misses, Dodges, Parries, Blocks, Deflects, Absorbs, Immunes, and Evades
      • Skill Damage, Damage Over Time (DoTs), Misses, Dodges, Parries, Blocks, Deflects, Absorbs, Immunes, Reflects, Interrupts, and Evades
      • Spell Resists and Buff Dispels
      • Heals and Heals Over Time (HoTs)
      • Pet Melee Damage, Misses, Dodges, Parries, Blocks, Deflects, Absorbs, Immunes, and Evades
      • Pet Skill Damage, Damage Over Time (DoTs), Misses, Dodges, Parries, Blocks, Deflects, Absorbs, Immunes, and Evades
      • Pet Spell Resists and Buff Dispels
      • Pet Heals and Heals Over Time (HoTs)

    • Notification:
      • Buffs / Buff Stacks / Buff Fades
      • Debuffs / Debuff Stacks / Debuff Fades
      • Item Buffs / Item Buff Fades
      • Enter/Leave Combat
      • Power Gains and Losses
      • Alternate Power Gains and Losses
      • Chi Gains and Chi Full
      • Combo Point Gains and Combo Points Full
      • Holy Power Changes and Holy Power Full
      • Honor Gains
      • Reputation Gains and Losses
      • Skill Gains
      • Experience Gains
      • Killing Blows (Player and NPC)
      • Extra Attacks
      • Soul Shard Creation
      • Enemy Buff Gains
      • Monster Emotes
      • Player, Pet, and Item Cooldown Completions

    • Loot
      • Looted Items
      • Money Gains

    • Default Triggers:
      • All Relevant Classes - Low Health, Low Mana, Low Pet Health
      • Death Knight - Killing Machine, Rime, Shadow Infusion x5
      • Druid - Berserk, Clearcasting, Predator's Swiftness, Shooting Stars
      • Hunter - Kill Shot, Lock and Load
      • Mage - Brain Freeze, Clearcasting, Fingers of Frost, Missile Barrage
      • Monk- Elusive Brew x5, x10, x15, Mana Tea x20, Vital Mists x5
      • Paladin - Hammer of Wrath, The Art of War
      • Priest - Clearcasting, Shadow Orb x3
      • Rogue - Blindside
      • Shaman - Clearcasting, Lava Surge, Maelstrom Weapon x5, Tidal Waves
      • Warlock - Decimation, Molten Core, Nightfall
      • Warrior - Bloodsurge, Execute, Revenge, Sudden Death, Taste for Blood, Victory Rush

    /msbt Shows the options interface.
    /msbt reset Resets the current profile to the default settings.
    /msbt disable Disables the mod.
    /msbt enable Enables the mod.
    /msbt version Shows the current version.
    /msbt help Shows the command usage.

    Say Sapped___TBC 2.4.3___
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    A very lightweight and simple mod that instantly says "Sapped" to alert those around you whenever a rogue saps you.

    Great for Arenas, Battlegrounds and World PvP!

    Atlas Quest___TBC 2.4.3___
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    AtlasQuest (or AQ) is a Plugin for the famous Addon Atlas. AQ shows you information about quests for the selected instace. + AtlasQuest shows you the Story about this Instance!! (Information taken from the official wow site) + AtlasQuest is now compatible with AlphaMap. Atlas is not needed to use it. + (NEW) AtlasQuest shows now inforamtion about boss abilities in TBC.(only en and HC: BF and Ramparts added)

    Shown Information:
    Questname - Questlevel - Quest Reward - Where you can get the quest (+coordinates) Quest-aim - Level you need to accept the Quest - The Quest which follow after this Quest

    Questicons are shown on the AtlasQuest panel next to the Quests. There are 2 possible questicons:
    1. A Bubble. The bubble shows you that this quest has a prequest.
    2. An Arrow. The Arrow shows you that the quest above this quest is the prequest.

    type /atlasquest [command] or /aq [command] commands: show/hide -- shows/hides the atlasquest panel left/right -- show the atlasquest panel on the right or left side (left default) autoshow -- set whether the atlasquest panel is shown with atlas or not (yes default)

    Other features:
    AQ checks on your faction and shows the right Panel - AQ autohides the AQ panel if you watch the flightmap/instance maps - Starts with atlas - /aq or /atlasquest to see the version and show the AQpanel - Works with Atlasloot Enhanced - AQ autohides atlasloot when you open a quest - linking Items with shift + click NEW - linking Quests with shift + click NEW

    Grid___TBC 2.4.3___
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    The compact grid of units lets you select a group member quickly, while keeping a good overview of the whole group. Grid is designed to show you only what you need to know, and not overload you with irrelevant information. It is highly configurable, letting you choose exactly what is shown, and how it's shown. There are also many plugins that add even more features!

    For options, type /grid, right-click the tab on the Grid layout frame, or right-click the Grid icon on your minimap or DataBroker display.

    Monkey Quest___TBC 2.4.3___
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    The MonkeyQuest AddOn for World of WarCraft displays quests and their objectives in a nice drag able frame in Features:
    • Mousing over quests shows the overview in a tooltip.
    • Option to display the quest overview if there's no objectives.
    • Clicking on quests brings up the real quest log with that quest selected.
    • Displays the quest level in the quest title.
    • Elite quests display a ' ' in the level of the quest.
    • Completed quests show a '(Completed)' in the quest title.
    • Quest area headers are displayed.
    • Clicking on a quest area header collapses or expands it.
    • Check boxes next to quests allow hiding/showing of that quest.
    • Check box to toggle displaying collapsed quest area headers and hidden quests
    • Close and minimize buttons.
    • Quest objective coloring.
    • Quest objective coloring for special 'friendly/hostile' type objectives.
    • Special quest objective coloring for 'find an area' type objectives.
    • Nice font for increased readability.
    • No additional buttons or options are displayed in the real quest log.
    • Option to always hide quest area headers.
    • New slash command for hiding the border.
    • Key bindings for toggle hidden, minimize, and close.
    • Slash command to change the expand direction, up or down (thanks Diungo)
    • Shift-left clicking on quests to add the quest name to the chat edit box if it's open
    • Shift-right clicking on quests to add your current quest objective data to the chat edit box if it's open.
    • Option to display the number of free quest slots.
    • Lockable frame.
    • Option to display quest titles colored by difficulty. (thanks Pkp)
    • Option to hide completed quests.
    • Option to hide completed objectives.
    • Ctrl-Left clicking on quests to share that quest with party members.
    • Ctrl-Right clicking on quests to abandon that quest, after a confirmation dialog box.
    • Integration with MonkeyBuddy for configuration.
    • Font size setting.
    • Option to turn off right-click to open MonkeyBuddy.
    • Option to hide the title buttons.
    • Quest Items now show up in tooltips. Mousing over targets you need for quests will show 'Quest Item XX/YY' in the tooltip. Same for items you need for quests. (** Currently doesn't update if MonkeyQuest is closed or minimized **)
    • Dungeon quests display a 'd' in the level of the quest.
    • Raid quests display an 'r' in the level of the quest.
    • Party members show up in the quest overview tooltip. If they have that quest they'll be displayed in the 100% objective color.
    • If the current sub-zone name appears in the quest overview, the quest will highlight.

    Slash Commands:
    See included ReadMe.txt for slash commands.

    Quest Helper___TBC 2.4.3___
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    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.

    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.

    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.

    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.

    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 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.

    • /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 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.

    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 an issue (preferably an already open one) at questhelperredux.googlecode.com/issues, along with your QuestHelper.lua file, it will be addressed as quickly as possible.

      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 or /qh tomtom, depending on which arrow it is. Try them both - at worst, you'll end up with an extra arrow. 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 Tomtom, try /qh tomtom. I don't really officially support this option, but it seems 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.

    Gearscore Lite___TBC 2.4.3___
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    GearScoreLite is a trimmed down version of GearScore.
    Basically it only contains the modules for calculating player and item scores.
    No Database, no GUI, no in-game armory, no addon-communications, minimal system impact.

    Simply mouseover a player to get a calculation of that player's Gear or mouseover an item to get a calculation of that item's GearScore.

    Use /gs for options.

    Mob Info 2___TBC 2.4.3___
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    MobInfo-2 is a World of Warcraft AddOn that provides you with useful additional information about Mobs (ie. opponents/monsters). It adds new information to the game's Tooltip whenever you hover with your mouse over a mob. It also adds a numeric display of the Mobs health and mana (current and max) to the Mob target frame.

    Tooltip Window
    By default MobInfo now shows and uses the new MobInfo Tooltip window. On screen there is a movable anchor (click&drag to move it) called "MI". Initially you should find it underneath the minimap. That's where the MobInfo Tooltip appears.

    In the MobInfo options window you can configure the layout of the MobInfo Tooltip (on the "Tooltip" options page). You can also decide to not use it at all and use the normal GameTooltip instead (this option is on the "General" options page).

    Data Collecting
    MobInfo collects data whenever you fight a Mob. It starts off with an empty database, which fills up automatically the more you fight and play. The data it collects is used for enhancing the game tooltip and the game target frame. It is also available to other AddOns (mostly the mob/target health values). The amount of data that gets recorded is configurable through the MobInfo options dialog.

    Resistances and Immunities
    MobInfo implementats a considerably simplified method for resistances and immunities tracking. It records for each school of magic the number of spells that have succeeded and the number of spells that were resisted. The resulting percentage is NOT the exact magic resist stat of the mob ! Instead MobInfo attempt to show you a rough but helpful indication of how likely the mob is to resist spells of a specific class of magic. Sidenote: In fact due to WoW limitations it is impossible for an AddOn to calculate the exact magic resist stat.

    Extra Information For Game Tooltip
    The extra information available to show on the game tooltip is:

    • Class - class of mob
    • Health - current and total health of the mob
    • Mana - current and total mana of the mob
    • Damage - min/max damage range of Mob against you (stored per char)
    • DPS - your DPS (damage per second) against the Mob (stored per char)
    • Kills - number of times you have killed the mob (stored per char)
    • Total Looted - number of times you have looted the mob
    • Empty Loots - number of times you found empty loot on the mob
    • XP - actual LAST xp amount you gained from the mob
    • <nowiki>#</nowiki> to Level - number of kills of this mob needs to gain a level
    • Quality - the quality of items that are dropped by the mob
    • Cloth drops - the number of times cloth has dropped on the mob
    • Avg Coin Drop - average amount of money dropped by the mob
    • Avg Item Value - average vendor value of items dropped by mob
    • Total Mob Value - total sum of avg coin drop and avg item value
    • Loot Items - all loot items dropped by a Mob can be recorded
    • Mob Location - the location where you killed a Mob gets recorded and can be shown in the tooltip
    • Mob Resistances - the mobs magic resistances and immunities

    There are two modes for displaying the data: normal mode and compact mode. In normal mode one line is added to the tooltip per single data item from the list above. In compact mode two data items will be combined on one line of the tooltip. User of TipBuddy should note that (only) the MobInfo Compact Mode is compatible with the TipBuddy Compact Mode.

    Note that MobInfo offers a "Combined Mode" where the data of Mobs with the same name that only differ in level gets combined (added up) into one tooltip. This mode can be enabled through the options dialog

    Target Frame Health/Mana Values
    MobInfo can display the numeric and percentage values for your current targets health and mana right on the target frame (formerly known as MobHealth functionality). This display is highly configurable through the MobInfo options dialog (position, font, size, etc).

    MobInfo Options Dialog
    Type '/mi2' or '/mobinfo2' on the chat prompt to open the MobInfo2 options dialog. This dialog gives you full interactive control over EVERYTHING that MobInfo can do. All options take immediate effect. Simply try them all out. Decent defaults get set when you start MobInfo for the first time. Note that the 4 main categories 'Tooltip', 'Mob Health/Mana', 'Database' and 'Search' have separate dedicated options pages within the options dialog.

    Everything in the options dialog has an associated help text that explains to you what the option does. The help texts are shown automatically as a tooltip.

    Rating Buster___TBC 2.4.3___
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    RatingBuster is to provide detailed, meaningful and customizable information about items so you can easily decide for yourself which item is better.

    • Rating Conversion:
      • Converts combat ratings into percentages.

    • Stat Breakdown:
      • Breakdown Strength, Agility, Stamina, Intellect and Spirit into base stats.
      • Supports talents, buffs and racials that give you extra bonuses.
      • Ex: Lunar Guidance - "Increases your spell damage and healing by 8/16/25% of your total Intellect."
      • Ex: Heart of the Wild - "Increases your Intellect by 4/8/12/16/20%. In addition, ......etc"
      • Ex: +13 Intellect (+234 Mana, +0.18% Spell Crit, +3.9 Dmg)

    • Stat Summary:
      • Summarizes all the stats from the item itself, enchants and gems, converts them to base stats and displays the total value and/or difference from your current equipped item.
      • Ex: Crit Chance - Adds up agility and crit rating from the item, enchant and gem. Converts agility and crit rating to crit chance, and displays the total in a single value.

    • Item Level and Item ID:
      • Item Level is obtained from the WoW API, not a calculated value.
      • Item ID is useful for advanced users.

    • Supports talents, buffs and racials that modify your stats for all classes

    • Fully customizable, decide what you need to see and what you don't want.

    Auto fill gems in empty sockets
    • You can set the default gems for each type of empty socket using "/rabu sum gem <red|yellow|blue|meta> <ItemID|Link>" or using the options window.
    • To specify the gem of your choice, you will need to give RatingBuster the ItemLink or the ItemID of the gem.
    • ItemLink example: type "/rabu sum gem blue " (last char is a space) and link the gem (from your bags, AH, ItemSync or whatever), then press <enter>.
    • What if you can't link the gem? Well thats what ItemID is for. Find your gem on http://www.wowhead.com/ and look at the URL, for example "http://www.wowhead.com/?item=32193", 32193 is the ItemID for that gem. Go back in wow, type "/rabu sum gem red 32193" and press <enter>.

    Note1: If you have "/rabu sum ignore gem" on, the auto fill gems won't work.
    Note2: Meta gem conditions and SetBonuses work, so if you don't meet the conditions, StatSummary won't count them.
    Note3: RatingBuster will only auto fill empty sockets, if the item already has some gems on it, it will remain.
    Note4: Empty sockets filled by RatingBuster will keep the "Empty Socket Icon" so you can still easily tell what color socket it is.
    Note5: Gem text filled by RatingBuster will be shown in gray color to differentiate from real gems.

    GUI Options Window
    Type /rabu win

    Slash Commands
    Use: /rabu or /ratingbuster

    • /rabu : Display command help
    • /rabu standby : Toggle disable/enable RatingBuster in game, defaults Enable
    • /rabu level (0-83) : Set the level used in calculations, defaults 0 (0 = your level)
    • /rabu itemlevel : Toggle show/hide ItemLevel, defaults Show
    • /rabu itemid : Toggle show/hide ItemID, defaults Hide
    • /rabu usereqlv : Toggle calculate using the required level if you are below the required level, defaults Off
    • /rabu statmod : Toggle support for talent and buff mods, defaults On
    • /rabu avoidancedr : Dodge, Parry, Hit Avoidance values will be calculated using the avoidance deminishing return formula with your current stats, defaults On

    • /rabu rating : Options for Rating Conversion
    • /rabu rating show : Toggle show/hide Rating Conversion in tooltips, defaults Show
    • /rabu rating def : Toggle Defense breakdown, Convert Defense into Crit Avoidance, Hit Avoidance, Dodge, Parry and Block, defaults Off
    • /rabu rating wpn : Toggle Weapon Skill breakdown, Convert Weapon Skill into Crit, Hit, Dodge Neglect, Parry Neglect, Block Neglect, defaults Off
    • /rabu rating color enable : Toggle enable/disable colored text, defaults On
    • /rabu rating color pick : Choose a color for the added text, defaults Light Yellow
    • /rabu rating spell : Show Spell Hit from Hit Rating
    • /rabu rating physical : Show Physical Hit from Hit Rating
    • /rabu rating detail : Show detailed text for Resiliance and Expertise conversions
    • /rabu rating exp : Convert Expertise into Dodge Neglect and Parry Neglect

    • /rabu stat : Options for Stat Breakdown
    • /rabu stat show : Toggle show/hide Stat Breakdown in tooltips, defaults Show
    • /rabu stat str : Options for Strength breakdown -> AP, Block, Healing(Talent)
    • /rabu stat agi : Options for Agility breakdown -> Crit, Dodge, AP, RAP, Armor
    • /rabu stat sta : Options for Stamina breakdown -> Health, SpellDmg(Talent)
    • /rabu stat int : Options for Intellect breakdown -> Mana, SpellCrit, SpellDmg(Talent), Healing(Talent), MP5(Talent), RAP(Talent), Armor(Talent)
    • /rabu stat spi : Options for Spirit breakdown -> MP5(Talent), MP5NC, HP5, SpellDmg(Talent), Healing(Talent)

    • /rabu sum : Options for Stat Summary
    • /rabu sum show : Toggle show/hide Stat Summary in tooltips, defaults Show
    • /rabu sum ignore unused : Show stat summary only for armor types you will and can use, and on items with uncommon quality and up, defaults On
    • /rabu sum ignore equipped : Hide stat summary for equipped items, defaults Off
    • /rabu sum ignore enchant : Ignore enchants on items when calculating the stat summary, defaults Off
    • /rabu sum ignore gem : Ignore gems on items when calculating the stat summary, defaults Off
    • /rabu sum diffstyle : Display diff values in the main tooltip or only in compare tooltips, defaults Main
    • /rabu sum space before : Add a blank line before stat summary for readability, defaults On
    • /rabu sum space after : Add a blank line after stat summary, defaults Off
    • /rabu sum icon : Show the sigma icon before summary listing, defaults On
    • /rabu sum title : Show the title text before summary listing, defaults On
    • /rabu sum showzerostat : Show zero value stats in summary for consistency, defaults Off
    • /rabu sum calcsum : Calculate the total stats for the item, defaults On
    • /rabu sum calcdiff : Calculate the stat difference for the item and equipped items, defaults On
    • /rabu sum gem : Auto fill gems in empty sockets
    • /rabu sum sort : Enable to sort StatSummary alphabetically, disable to sort according to stat type(basic, physical, spell, tank)
    • /rabu sum avoidhasblock : Enable to include block chance in Avoidance summary, Disable for only dodge, parry, miss
    • /rabu sum basic : Choose basic stats for summary
      • Health
      • Mana
      • Mana Regen
      • Mana Regen while not casting
      • Health Regen
      • Health Regen when out of combat
      • Strength
      • Agility
      • Stamina
      • Intellect
      • Spirit

    • /rabu sum physical : Choose physical stats for summary
      • Attack Power
      • Ranged Attack Power
      • Feral Attack Power
      • Hit Chance
      • Hit Rating
      • Ranged Hit Chance
      • Ranged Hit Rating
      • Crit Chance
      • Crit Rating
      • Ranged Crit Chance
      • Ranged Crit Rating
      • Haste
      • Haste Rating
      • Ranged Haste
      • Ranged Haste Rating
      • Dodge Neglect
      • Parry Neglect
      • Block Neglect
      • Weapon Skill
      • Expertise
      • Weapon Max Damage
      • Ignore Armor
      • Armor Penetration
      • Armor Penetration Rating

    • /rabu sum spell : Choose spell stats for summary
      • Spell Damage
      • Holy Spell Damage
      • Arcane Spell Damage
      • Fire Spell Damage
      • Nature Spell Damage
      • Frost Spell Damage
      • Shadow Spell Damage
      • Healing
      • Spell Hit Chance
      • Spell Hit Rating
      • Spell Crit Chance
      • Spell Crit Rating
      • Spell Haste
      • Spell Haste Rating
      • Spell Penetration

    • /rabu sum tank : Choose tank stats for summary
      • Armor
      • Defense
      • Dodge Chance
      • Dodge Rating
      • Parry Chance
      • Parry Rating
      • Block Chance
      • Block Rating
      • Block Value
      • Hit Avoidance
      • Crit Avoidance
      • Resilience
      • Arcane Resistance
      • Fire Resistance
      • Nature Resistance
      • Frost Resistance
      • Shadow Resistance
      • Avoidance

    Avoidance diminishing returnsThis includes:
    • Dodge from Dodge Rating, Defense Rating, Agility.
    • Parry from Parry Rating, Defense Rating.
    • Chance to be missed from Defense Rating.

    The following is the result of hours of work gathering data from beta servers and then spending even more time running multiple regression analysis on the data.
    • DR for Dodge, Parry, Missed are calculated separately.
    • Base avoidances are not affected by DR, (Ex: Dodge from base Agility)
    • Death Knight's Parry from base Strength is affected by DR, base for parry is 5%.
    • Direct percentage gains from talents and spells(ex: Evasion) are not affected by DR.
    • c and k values depend on class but does not change with level.

    Avoidance DR formula and k, C_p, C_d constants derived by Whitetooth (hotdogee [at] gmail [dot] com)

    The DR formula
    1 / x' = 1 / c + k / x
    x' is the diminished stat before converting to IEEE754.
    x is the stat before diminishing returns.
    c is the cap of the stat, and changes with class.
    k is is a value that changes with class.
    K C_p 1/C_p C_d 1C_d C_m
    Warrior 0.9560 47.003525 0.021275 88.129021 0.011347 16
    Paladin 0.9560 47.003525 0.021275 88.129021 0.011347 16
    Hunter 0.9880 145.560408 0.006870 145.560408 0.006870
    Rogue 0.9880 145.560408 0.006870 145.560408 0.006870
    Priest 0.9830 0 0 150.375940 0.006650
    Deathknight 0.9560 47.003525 0.021275 88.129021 0.011347 16
    Shaman 0.9880 145.560408 0.006870 145.560408 0.006870
    Mage 0.9830 0 0 150.375940 0.006650
    Warlock 0.9830 0 0 150.375940 0.006650
    Druid 0.9720 0 0 116.890707 0.008555
    Lv80 Dodge/Agi Lv80 Agi/1%Dodge Base Agi
    Warrior 0.011800 84.74576271 3.66400
    Paladin 0.016700 59.88023952 3.49430
    Hunter 0.011600 86.20689655 -4.08730
    Rogue 0.020900 47.84688995 2.09570
    Priest 0.016700 59.88023952 3.41780
    Deathknight 0.011800 84.74576271 3.66400
    Shaman 0.016700 59.88023952 2.10800
    Mage 0.017000 58.82352941 3.65870
    Warlock 0.016700 59.88023952 2.42110
    Druid 0.020900 47.84688995 5.60970

    How I derived the Rating Formula
    As soon as I saw the blue post on combat ratings system, I began to think about coding this addon. But Blizzard only gave us level 60 and 70 data about this system, and for an addon like this to work you need exact formula that will work for all levels. So I need to reverse engineer the Combat Rating formula, and the process of obtaining this formula can be broken up into two simple steps.

    1. Get more data
    In order to obtain the exact formula, I will need more data points then just level 60 and 70. So I logged on and started asking random people about their crit% and crit ratings show in the Character frame, the problem was the crit% shown only has 2 two decimal places, which turned out to be insufficient for this matter.

    So I started to dig in the DefaultUI lua files in search for a new API that will give a more precise crit% and I came up with this script /script DEFAULT_CHAT_FRAME:AddMessage(GetCombatRatingBonus (9)).

    Now I need to log on again and ask random people to type that script and tell me that 13 decimal place crit% that it shows. This was not an easy task, as most people are unfamiliar with lua script, there are even people that immediately put me on ignore after I sent him this script lol.

    After hours of work, this is what I got:

    A B C D E F G H
    Lv Type Rating Percentage =C/D 60base =E/F =1/G
    =1/G crit 2 0.6753247631 2.9615380764 14 0.211538434 4.727273342
    21 crit 2 0.5714285714 3.5000000000 14 0.25 4
    22 crit 2 0.5306122010 3.7692310810 14 0.269230792 43.714285407
    28 crit 2 0.3714286018 5.3846149445 14 0.384615353 2.6
    29 crit 2 0.3537415195 5.6538457870 14 0.403846128 2.476190637
    36 crit 14 1.8557142035 7.5442651532 14 0.538876082 1.855714204
    48 crit 14 1.2999998760 10.7692317963 14 0.769230843 1.3
    50 crit 14 1.2380952140 11.3076925278 14 0.807692323 1.238095214
    60 crit 112 8.0000000000 14.0000000000 10 1 1
    61 hit 50 3.8536582293 14.5316467285 14 1.037974766 0.963414557
    62 crit 56 4.6341464061 10.7894735336 14 1.078947353 0.926829281
    62 crit 50 3.7073167036 15.1052646637 14 1.078947476 0.926829176
    63 crit 31 1.9712541049 15.7260293961 14 1.123287814 0.890243789
    64 crit 17 1.0365853900 16.3999996185 14 1.171428544 0.853658556
    65 crit 56 3.2682925906 17.1343288422 14 1.223880632 0.817073148
    66 crit 168 9.3658536585 17.9375000000 14 1.28125 0.780487805
    66 sp_hit 48 4.6829268293 10.2500000000 8 1.28125 0.780487805
    67 crit 78 4.1445989933 18.8196735382 14 1.344262396 0.743902383
    67 crit 76 4.0383272242 18.8196735382 14 1.344262396 0.743902383

    2. Think very hard
    After some creative thinking, this is what I got:

    Expertise 2.5
    Defense 1.5
    Dodge 13.8
    Parry 13.8
    Block 5.0
    Hit 10.0
    Crit 14.0
    Haste 10.0
    Spell Hit 8.0
    Spell Crit 14.0
    Spell Haste 10.0
    Resilience 28.75
    Armor Penetration 3.756097412

    This formula is correct to the 13th decimal place, so I'm 100% sure this is what blizzard uses.

    Stat Conversion Data for Reference
    (Patch 3.2.0 Data)

    Combat rating needed for 1 point of stat

    Expt Def Dodge Parry Block M-Hit S-Hit Crit Resil Haste ArP
    1 0.10 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 0.38 0.31 0.54 0.38 0.14
    2 0.10 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 0.38 0.31 0.54 0.38 0.14
    3 0.10 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 0.38 0.31 0.54 0.38 0.14
    4 0.10 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 0.38 0.31 0.54 0.38 0.14
    5 0.10 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 0.38 0.31 0.54 0.38 0.14
    6 0.10 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 0.38 0.31 0.54 0.38 0.14
    7 0.10 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 0.38 0.31 0.54 0.38 0.14
    8 0.10 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 0.38 0.31 0.54 0.38 0.14
    9 0.10 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 0.38 0.31 0.54 0.38 0.14
    10 0.10 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 0.38 0.31 0.54 0.38 0.14
    11 0.14 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 0.58 0.46 0.81 0.58 0.22
    12 0.19 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 0.77 0.62 1.08 0.77 0.29
    13 0.24 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 0.96 0.77 1.35 0.96 0.36
    14 0.29 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 1.15 0.92 1.62 1.15 0.43
    15 0.34 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 1.35 1.08 1.88 1.35 0.51
    16 0.38 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 1.54 1.23 2.15 1.54 0.58
    17 0.43 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 1.73 1.38 2.42 1.73 0.65
    18 0.48 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 1.92 1.54 2.69 1.92 0.72
    19 0.53 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 2.12 1.69 2.96 2.12 0.79
    20 0.58 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 2.31 1.85 3.23 2.31 0.87
    21 0.63 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 2.50 2.00 3.50 2.50 0.94
    22 0.67 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 2.69 2.15 3.77 2.69 1.01
    23 0.72 0.75 6.90 6.90 6.90 2.50 2.88 2.31 4.04 2.88 1.08
    24 0.77 0.75 6.90 6.90v 6.90 2.50 3.08 2.46 4.31 3.08 1.16
    25 0.82 0.75 6.90 6.90 2.50 3.27 2.62 4.58 14.38 3.27 1.23
    26 0.87 0.75 6.90 6.90 2.50 3.46 2.77 4.85 14.38 3.46 1.30
    27 0.91 0.75 6.90 6.90 2.50 3.65 2.92 5.12 14.38 3.65 1.37
    28 0.96 0.75 6.90 6.90 2.50 3.85 3.08 5.38 14.38 3.85 1.44
    29 1.01 0.75 6.90 6.90 2.50 4.04 3.23 5.65 14.38 4.04 1.52
    30 1.06 0.75 6.90 6.90 2.50 4.23 3.38 5.92 14.38 4.23 1.59
    31 1.11 0.75 6.90 6.90 2.50 4.42 3.54 6.19 14.38 4.42 1.66
    32 1.15 0.75 6.90 6.90 2.50 4.62 3.69 6.46 14.38 4.62 1.73
    33 1.20 0.75 6.90 6.90 2.50 4.81 3.85 6.73 14.38 4.81 1.81
    34 1.25 0.75 6.90 6.90 2.50 5.00 4.00 7.00 14.38 4.81 1.81
    35 1.30 0.78 7.17 7.17 2.60 5.19 4.15 7.27 14.93 5.19 1.95
    36 1.35 0.81 7.43 7.43 2.69 5.38 4.31 7.54 15.48 5.38 2.02
    37 1.39 0.84 7.70 7.70 2.79 5.58 4.46 7.81 16.03 5.58 2.09
    38 1.44 0.87 7.96 7.96 2.88 5.77 4.62 8.08 16.59 5.77 2.17
    39 1.49 0.89 8.23 8.23 2.98 5.96 4.77 8.35 17.14 5.96 2.24
    40 1.54 0.92 8.49 8.49 3.08 6.15 4.92 8.62 17.69 6.15 2.31
    41 1.59 0.95 8.76 8.76 3.17 6.35 5.08 8.88 18.25 6.35 2.38
    42 1.63 0.98 9.02 9.02 3.27 6.54 5.23 9.15 18.80 6.54 2.46
    43 1.68 1.01 9.29 9.29 3.37 6.73 5.38 9.42 19.35 6.73 2.53
    44 1.73 1.04 9.55 9.55 3.46 6.92 5.54 9.69 19.90 6.92 2.60
    45 1.78 1.07 9.82 9.82 3.56 7.12 5.69 9.96 20.46 7.12 2.67
    46 1.83 1.10 10.08 10.08 3.65 7.31 5.85 10.23 21.01 7.31 2.74
    47 1.88 1.13 10.35 10.35 3.75 7.50 6.00 10.50 21.56 7.50 2.82
    48 1.92 1.15 10.62 10.62 3.85 7.69 6.15 10.77 22.12 7.69 2.89
    49 1.97 1.18 10.88 10.88 3.94 7.88 6.31 11.04 22.67 7.88 2.96
    50 2.02 1.21 11.15 11.15 4.04 8.08 6.46 11.31 23.22 8.08 3.03
    51 2.07 1.24 11.41 11.41 4.13 8.27 6.62 11.58 23.77 8.27 3.11
    52 2.12 1.27 11.68 11.68 4.23 8.46 6.77 11.85 24.33 8.46 3.18
    53 2.16 1.30 11.94 11.94 4.33 8.65 6.92 12.12 24.88 8.65 3.25
    54 2.21 1.33 12.21 12.21 4.42 8.85 7.08 12.38 25.43 8.85 3.32
    55 2.26 1.36 12.47 12.47 4.52 9.04 7.23 12.65 25.99 9.04 3.39
    56 2.31 1.38 12.74 12.74 4.62 9.23 7.38 12.92 26.54 9.23 3.47
    57 2.36 1.41 13.00 13.00 4.71 9.42 7.54 13.19 27.09 9.42 3.54
    58 2.40 1.44 13.27 13.27 4.81 9.62 7.69 13.46 27.64 9.62 3.61
    59 2.45 1.47 13.53 13.53 4.90 9.81 7.85 13.73 28.20 9.81 3.68
    60 2.50 1.50 13.80 13.80 5.00 10.00 8.00 14.00 28.75 10.00 3.76
    61 2.59 1.56 13.27 13.27 5.19 10.38 8.30 14.53 29.84 10.38 3.90
    62 2.70 1.62 14.89 14.89 5.39 10.79 8.63 15.11 31.02 10.79 4.05
    63 2.81 1.68 15.50 15.50 5.62 11.23 8.99 15.73 32.29 11.23 4.22
    64 2.93 1.76 16.17 16.17 5.86 11.71 9.37 16.40 33.68 11.71 4.40
    65 3.06 1.84 16.89 16.89 6.12 12.24 9.79 17.13 35.19 12.24 4.60
    66 3.20 1.92 17.68 17.68 6.41 12.81 10.25 17.94 36.84 12.81 4.81
    67 3.36 2.02 18.55 18.55 6.72 13.44 10.75 18.82 38.65 13.44 5.05
    68 3.53 2.12 19.51 19.51 7.07 14.14 11.31 19.79 40.65 14.14 5.31
    69 3.73 2.24 20.57 20.57 7.45 14.91 11.93 20.87 42.86 14.91 5.60
    70 3.94 2.37 21.76 21.76 7.88 15.77 12.62 22.08 45.34 15.77 5.92
    71 4.24 2.55 23.41 23.41 8.48 16.97 13.57 23.75 48.78 16.97 6.37
    72 4.56 2.74 25.19 25.19 9.13 18.26 14.60 25.56 52.48 18.26 6.86
    73 4.91 2.95 27.11 27.11 9.82 19.64 15.71 27.50 56.47 19.64 7.38
    75 5.68 3.41 31.38 31.38 11.37 22.74 18.19 31.83 65.38 22.74 8.54
    76 6.12 3.67 33.76 33.76 12.23 24.47 19.57 34.25 70.34 24.47 9.19
    77 6.58 3.95 36.33 36.33 13.16 26.32 21.06 36.85 75.68 26.32 9.89
    78 7.08 4.25 39.09 39.09 14.16 28.32 22.66 39.65 81.43 28.32 10.64
    79 7.62 4.57 42.06 42.06 15.24 30.48 24.38 42.67 87.62 30.48 11.45
    80 8.20 4.92 45.25 45.25 16.39 32.79 26.23 45.91 94.27 32.79 12.32
    Expt Def Dodge Parry Block M-Hit S-Hit Crit Resil Haste ArP

    Agility needed for 1% Crit

    War Pal Hun Rog Pri DK Sha Mage Lock Dru
    1 3.87 4.62 3.52 2.23 10.96 3.87 9.62 12.94 8.41 7.92
    2 4.42 4.62 3.53 2.33 10.96 4.42 9.62 12.94 8.41 7.92
    3 4.42 4.62 3.69 2.43 10.96 4.42 10.10 12.94 8.83 8.32
    4 4.42 5.20 3.95 2.62 11.52 4.42 10.10 13.59 8.83 8.32
    5 4.42 5.20 4.12 2.72 11.52 4.42 10.58 13.59 8.83 8.71
    6 4.97 5.20 4.28 2.82 11.52 4.97 10.58 13.59 9.25 8.71
    7 4.97 5.20 4.44 3.01 11.52 4.97 10.58 13.59 9.25 9.11
    8 4.97 5.77 4.61 3.11 12.06 4.97 11.07 13.59 9.25 9.11
    9 4.97 5.77 4.88 3.21 12.06 4.97 11.07 13.59 9.67 9.51
    10 4.97 5.77 5.04 3.40 12.06 4.97 11.55 14.22 9.67 10.30
    11 5.52 5.77 5.41 3.79 12.06 5.52 11.55 14.22 10.09 10.70
    12 5.52 5.77 5.99 4.18 12.61 5.52 12.03 14.22 10.09 10.70
    13 6.08 6.35 6.46 4.66 12.61 6.08 12.03 14.22 10.09 11.09
    14 6.08 6.35 6.94 5.05 12.61 6.08 12.52 14.22 10.43 11.09
    15 6.63 6.93 7.52 5.63 12.61 6.63 12.99 14.88 10.59 11.88
    16 6.63 6.93 7.89 6.02 13.16 6.63 13.48 14.88 10.78 11.88
    17 6.63 6.93 8.38 6.41 13.16 6.63 13.48 14.88 10.94 12.29
    18 7.18 7.51 8.95 6.90 13.16 7.18 13.95 14.88 11.12 12.67
    19 7.18 7.51 9.43 7.38 13.72 7.18 13.95 14.88 11.30 12.67
    20 7.73 8.08 10.02 7.87 13.72 7.73 14.93 15.53 11.48 14.27
    21 7.73 8.08 10.40 8.35 13.72 7.73 14.93 15.53 11.67 14.27
    22 7.73 8.08 10.99 8.74 13.72 7.73 15.41 15.53 11.85 14.66
    23 8.29 8.67 11.47 9.23 14.27 8.29 15.41 15.53 12.03 15.06
    24 8.83 9.24 12.06 9.62 14.27 8.83 15.87 16.18 12.22 15.06
    25 8.83 9.24 12.55 10.20 14.27 8.83 16.37 16.18 12.42 15.85
    26 9.39 9.24 13.04 10.68 14.81 9.39 16.84 16.18 12.63 15.85
    27 9.39 9.81 13.62 11.07 14.81 9.39 16.84 16.18 12.82 16.23
    28 9.94 9.81 14.10 11.56 14.81 9.94 17.33 16.18 13.02 16.64
    29 9.94 10.40 14.71 12.05 15.36 9.94 17.33 16.81 13.23 16.64
    30 10.49 10.40 15.29 12.63 15.36 10.49 18.28 16.81 13.42 18.21
    31 10.49 10.98 15.70 13.02 15.36 10.49 18.28 16.81 13.64 18.62
    32 11.05 10.98 16.29 13.50 15.90 11.05 18.76 16.81 13.85 18.62
    33 11.05 11.55 16.89 13.99 15.90 11.05 19.23 17.45 14.06 19.01
    34 11.60 11.55 17.39 14.47 15.90 11.60 19.23 17.45 14.29 19.42
    35 11.60 12.12 17.99 15.06 16.45 11.60 20.20 17.45 14.49 19.80
    36 12.15 12.12 18.48 15.55 16.45 12.15 20.70 18.12 14.73 20.20
    37 12.15 12.12 19.08 15.92 16.45 12.15 20.70 18.12 14.95 20.62
    38 12.71 12.71 19.69 16.42 17.01 12.71 21.19 18.12 15.17 20.62
    39 12.71 12.71 20.28 16.89 17.01 12.71 21.19 18.12 15.41 21.01
    40 13.25 13.28 20.79 17.48 17.01 13.25 22.12 18.76 15.65 22.57
    41 13.81 13.28 21.28 17.99 17.54 13.81 22.62 18.76 15.87 22.99
    42 13.81 13.28 21.88 18.45 17.54 13.81 22.62 18.76 16.13 22.99
    43 14.37 13.87 22.52 18.94 18.08 14.37 23.09 18.76 16.37 23.36
    44 14.37 14.43 23.09 19.53 18.08 14.37 23.58 19.42 16.61 23.75
    45 14.90 14.43 23.75 20.12 18.08 14.90 24.04 19.42 16.86 24.57
    46 14.90 15.02 24.21 20.58 18.66 14.90 24.57 19.42 17.12 24.94
    47 15.46 15.02 24.88 21.10 18.66 15.46 25.00 20.04 17.36 24.94
    48 16.03 15.60 25.58 21.55 19.19 16.03 25.51 20.04 17.64 25.38
    49 16.03 15.60 26.18 22.03 19.19 16.03 25.51 20.04 17.89 25.77
    50 16.56 16.18 26.81 22.73 19.19 16.56 26.46 20.70 18.15 27.32
    51 16.56 16.75 27.32 23.20 19.72 16.56 26.95 20.70 18.42 27.70
    52 17.12 16.75 27.93 23.70 19.72 17.12 27.40 20.70 18.69 28.09
    53 17.67 17.33 28.57 24.27 20.28 17.67 27.40 21.37 18.98 28.49
    54 17.67 17.33 29.33 24.75 20.28 17.67 27.93 21.37 19.27 28.49
    55 18.21 17.89 29.94 25.38 20.83 18.21 28.90 21.37 19.53 29.33
    56 18.21 17.89 30.49 25.91 20.83 18.21 29.33 21.98 19.84 29.67
    57 18.76 18.48 31.15 26.46 21.37 18.76 29.85 21.98 20.12 30.12
    58 19.34 19.05 31.85 27.03 21.37 19.34 29.85 21.98 20.41 30.49
    59 19.34 19.05 32.57 27.47 21.93 19.34 30.30 22.62 20.70 30.86
    60 19.88 19.65 33.22 28.17 21.93 19.88 31.25 22.62 21.01 32.47
    61 20.96 20.20 33.67 29.94 22.47 20.96 32.26 22.62 21.32 33.44
    62 22.08 20.79 34.48 31.06 22.42 22.08 32.89 22.62 21.65 33.90
    63 23.20 21.37 35.21 32.57 22.57 23.70 34.01 23.31 21.98 35.09
    64 23.75 21.93 35.84 33.78 23.04 23.75 35.09 23.31 22.27 35.84
    65 24.88 22.52 36.63 34.97 23.42 24.88 35.59 23.31 22.62 36.50
    66 25.97 22.52 37.04 36.23 23.75 25.97 36.63 23.92 22.94 37.17
    67 27.03 23.70 37.88 37.31 24.10 27.03 37.45 23.92 23.26 37.74
    68 28.17 23.70 38.61 38.17 24.21 28.17 38.31 23.92 23.58 38.76
    69 29.24 24.27 39.37 39.06 24.27 29.24 39.22 24.57 23.92 39.37
    70 29.85 24.81 40.00 40.00 24.94 29.85 40.00 24.57 24.27 40.00
    71 32.05 27.17 43.10 43.10 26.88 32.05 43.10 26.53 26.04 43.10
    72 34.84 28.90 46.30 46.30 29.07 34.84 46.30 28.49 28.17 46.30
    73 37.59 31.15 49.75 49.75 31.25 37.59 49.75 30.40 30.30 49.75
    74 40.32 33.44 53.48 53.48 33.44 40.32 53.48 33.00 32.36 53.48
    75 43.10 36.36 57.80 57.80 36.23 43.10 57.80 35.59 34.84 57.80
    76 46.30 38.76 62.11 62.11 38.91 46.30 62.11 38.17 37.88 62.11
    77 50.25 41.67 66.67 66.67 41.67 50.25 66.67 41.32 40.82 66.67
    78 54.05 45.05 71.94 71.94 45.05 54.05 71.94 44.05 43.67 71.94
    79 58.14 48.54 77.52 77.52 48.31 58.14 77.52 47.85 47.17 77.52
    80 62.50 52.08 83.33 83.33 52.08 62.50 83.33 51.02 50.51 83.33
    War Pal Hun Rog Pri DK Sha Mage Lock Dru
    Intellect needed for 1% Spell Crit

    Pal Hun Pri Sha Mage Lock Dru
    1 12.02 14.31 5.85 7.50 6.11 6.67 6.99
    2 12.61 15.02 6.11 7.86 6.35 6.97 7.30
    3 12.61 15.02 6.38 8.22 6.60 7.27 7.62
    4 13.21 15.75 6.64 8.22 7.09 7.58 7.94
    5 13.21 15.75 7.17 8.58 7.33 7.88 8.26
    6 13.81 16.45 7.44 8.93 7.58 8.18 8.58
    7 14.41 16.45 7.71 9.29 7.82 8.48 8.90
    8 14.41 17.15 7.97 9.64 8.06 8.79 8.90
    9 15.02 17.15 8.24 10.00 8.55 9.09 9.21
    10 15.02 17.89 8.77 10.00 8.80 9.39 10.16
    11 15.63 17.89 9.57 10.72 9.53 10.30 10.80
    12 16.23 18.59 10.63 11.43 10.75 11.21 11.75
    13 16.84 20.04 11.43 12.50 11.48 12.12 12.39
    14 17.42 20.04 12.76 13.23 13.68 13.04 13.33
    15 18.62 21.46 13.81 14.29 14.90 13.95 14.62
    16 18.62 21.46 14.62 15.02 15.65 14.53 15.24
    17 19.23 22.17 15.95 15.72 16.61 15.75 16.21
    18 20.41 23.58 16.75 16.78 17.61 16.67 16.84
    19 20.41 23.58 17.79 17.51 18.59 17.57 17.79
    20 21.65 25.06 19.12 18.59 19.80 18.48 19.38
    21 22.22 25.77 19.92 19.31 20.53 19.38 20.00
    22 22.83 25.77 21.28 20.00 21.74 20.28 20.96
    23 23.42 27.17 22.08 21.10 22.47 21.23 21.60
    24 24.04 27.93 23.36 21.79 23.70 22.42 22.88
    25 25.25 28.57 24.45 22.88 24.69 23.31 23.81
    26 25.84 29.33 25.51 23.58 25.64 23.92 24.45
    27 25.84 30.03 26.60 24.27 26.88 25.13 25.38
    28 27.03 30.77 27.62 25.38 29.59 26.04 26.04
    29 27.62 31.45 28.74 26.11 30.77 27.25 27.32
    30 28.82 32.89 30.03 27.17 32.05 28.17 28.90
    31 29.41 33.67 31.06 28.25 32.79 28.82 29.50
    32 30.03 33.67 32.15 28.90 34.01 30.03 30.77
    33 30.67 35.09 33.22 30.03 34.97 30.86 31.45
    34 31.25 35.71 34.60 30.77 35.97 32.15 32.36
    35 32.47 37.17 35.59 31.85 37.17 33.00 33.67
    36 33.00 37.88 36.63 32.89 38.17 33.90 34.25
    37 33.67 37.88 38.02 33.56 39.37 35.21 35.21
    38 34.84 39.37 39.06 34.60 40.32 36.10 36.23
    39 35.46 40.00 40.16 35.34 41.49 37.31 37.17
    40 36.63 41.49 41.49 36.76 42.55 38.17 39.06
    41 37.31 42.19 42.55 37.45 43.48 39.06 39.68
    42 37.88 42.19 43.86 38.17 46.51 40.32 40.98
    43 39.06 43.67 44.84 39.37 47.39 41.15 41.67
    44 39.06 44.44 46.30 40.32 48.54 42.37 42.92
    45 40.32 45.87 47.62 41.49 49.75 43.67 43.86
    46 40.82 46.51 48.54 42.55 50.76 44.64 44.84
    47 42.02 47.17 50.00 43.29 52.08 45.45 45.66
    48 43.29 48.54 51.02 44.25 53.19 46.73 46.73
    49 43.86 49.26 52.36 45.45 54.35 47.85 47.85
    50 45.05 50.76 53.76 46.51 55.87 49.02 49.50
    51 45.66 51.55 54.64 47.62 56.82 50.00 50.51
    52 46.30 52.08 56.18 48.31 57.80 51.28 51.81
    53 47.39 53.76 57.14 49.75 58.82 52.36 52.36
    54 48.08 54.35 58.48 50.25 60.24 53.76 53.76
    55 49.26 55.87 60.24 51.81 61.73 54.95 54.95
    56 49.75 56.50 60.98 52.63 64.94 55.87 55.87
    57 50.51 57.14 62.50 53.48 66.23 56.82 56.82
    58 52.36 58.82 63.69 54.95 67.11 58.14 57.80
    59 52.91 59.52 64.94 55.87 68.49 59.52 59.17
    60 54.05 60.98 66.23 57.14 69.93 60.61 60.98
    61 62.89 63.69 67.57 60.98 69.93 62.89 61.73
    62 64.94 64.94 68.97 62.89 69.93 64.94 63.69
    63 67.11 66.67 69.93 65.79 69.93 67.57 66.67
    64 68.97 69.44 71.94 68.03 69.93 69.93 68.49
    65 71.43 70.92 72.99 70.42 69.93 72.46 70.42
    66 73.53 72.99 74.63 72.46 70.42 74.07 72.99
    67 74.63 75.19 75.76 74.63 72.46 76.92 75.19
    68 76.34 76.92 76.92 76.34 74.63 78.74 76.34
    69 78.13 78.13 78.74 78.13 76.34 79.37 78.13
    70 80.00 80.00 80.00 80.00 78.13 80.00 80.00
    71 86.21 86.21 86.21 86.21 80.00 86.21 86.21
    72 92.59 92.59 92.59 92.59 86.21 92.59 92.59
    73 99.01 99.01 99.01 99.01 92.59 99.01 99.01
    74 107.53 107.53 107.53 107.53 99.01 107.53 107.53
    75 114.94 114.94 114.94 114.94 114.94 114.94 114.94
    76 123.46 123.46 123.46 123.46 123.46 123.46 123.46
    77 133.33 133.33 133.33 133.33 133.33 133.33 133.33
    78 142.86 142.86 142.86 142.86 142.86 142.86 142.86
    79 153.85 153.85 153.85 153.85 153.85 153.85 153.85
    80 166.67 166.67 166.67 166.67 166.67 166.67 166.67
    Pal Hun Pri Sha Mage Lock Dru
    Spirit-Based Mana Regeneration Formula
    ManaRegen(SPI, INT, LEVEL) = (0.001 + SPI * BASE_REGEN[LEVEL] * (INT^0.5)) * 5

    1 0.020979 21 0.011840 41 0.008235 61 0.006421
    2 0.020515 22 0.011494 42 0.008113 62 0.006314
    3 0.020079 23 0.011292 43 0.008018 63 0.006175
    4 0.019516 24 0.010990 44 0.007906 64 0.006072
    5 0.018997 25 0.010761 45 0.007798 65 0.005981
    6 0.018646 26 0.010546 46 0.007713 66 0.005885
    7 0.018314 27 0.010321 47 0.007612 67 0.005791
    8 0.017997 28 0.010151 48 0.007524 68 0.005732
    9 0.017584 29 0.009949 49 0.007430 69 0.005668
    10 0.017197 30 0.009740 50 0.007340 70 0.005596
    11 0.016551 31 0.009597 51 0.007268 71 0.005316
    12 0.015729 32 0.009425 52 0.007184 72 0.005049
    13 0.015229 33 0.009278 53 0.007116 73 0.004796
    14 0.014580 34 0.009123 54 0.007029 74 0.004555
    15 0.014008 35 0.008974 55 0.006945 75 0.004327
    16 0.013650 36 0.008847 56 0.006884 76 0.004110
    17 0.013175 37 0.008698 57 0.006805 77 0.003903
    18 0.012832 38 0.008581 58 0.006747 78 0.003708
    19 0.012475 39 0.008457 59 0.006667 79 0.003522
    20 0.012073 40 0.008338 60 0.006600 80 0.003345

    Stat Block Core___TBC 2.4.3___
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    StatBlockCore is a display addon for LibDataBroker plugins.

    SBC offers a variety of options some plugin based, some global based. It's main goal is to provide freely movable blocks based on the LDB system, whilst keeping to a minimal codebase.
    Also a lot of other addons are using LDB for their quicklaunchers, SBC fully supports them.

    SBC does nothing on it's own, it needs LibDataBroker plugins to function. You can find these in the Data Broker section.


    Tiny Tip___TBC 2.4.3___
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    What is TinyTip? Well, it started out as just a simple upgrade over AF_Tooltip_Mini and exploded from there. Now it shares no code with what it used to be, becoming something more, while still staying true to its name. The core of TinyTip is basically just an upgrade over AF_Tooltip_Mini, a small file around 24KB. The more modules you allow to load, the more this value increases. The goal of TinyTip is to allow you to mix and match your modules while keeping the smallest memory footprint possible. All files except TinyTip.lua and its locale files are optional. You can take a look below, I've listed the optional files as "not required". If you don't use a file's features, you can safely remove it from the TOC.

    Anyway, as you can guess, TinyTip changes the look of your GameTooltip. Here are the features found in core:

    TinyTip (core)

    In TinyTip.lua (required)
    Class coloured with raid colours.
    • Name, backdrop, and border (optional) colouring by reaction (Hostile, Friendly, etc.)
    • level coloured by difficulty.
    • Creature Type (Imp, Cat) given for Pets.
    • UnitClassification (Humanoid, Undead, etc.) given for NPCs.
    • Elite Status (Elite, Rare, WorldBoss, Rare Elite) added when applicable.
    • (Tapped) for Tapped, (Corpse) for Corpse

    • Optional Guild Names displayed. (on by default)
    • Optional backdrop coloring for friends and guildies. (on by default)
    • Optional Honor Rank Name or Number. (on by default)
    • Optional "Hostile", "Friendly", etc. reaction text for the colour-blind. (off by default)
    • Optional Compact Tooltip mode.
    • English, German, French, and Chinese localization, and partial support for other clients.

    In Embedded TinyTipAnchor.lua (not required)
    • Positioning Options (Anchoring, Offsets)

    In TinyTipTargets
    • TargetOfTarget information - what is this tooltip's unit targeting?
    • Search through Party members targeting this unit, or...
    • Search through Raid members targeting this unit.

    In TinyTipIcons.lua (TinyTipExtras, not required)
    • PvP Rank Icon
    • Buffs and Debuffs
    • Raid Target Icon

    In LoadOnDemand Addon TinyTipOptions
    • GUI Options, use /tinytip or /ttip to bring up the menu.
    • Only loaded if you use that slash command.

    TinyTip is preventing another tooltip addon from working.
    • Go into that other addon's TOC file and add/change this line to include TinyTip.

    ## OptionalDeps:
    I'm getting an error from TinyTip, or an option isn't working right.
    • Maybe your files are corrupt. Delete TinyTip, TinyTipExtras, and TinyTipOptions, then re-download them and install from stratch.
    • Your Saved Variable database may have gotten corrupt somehow. Try using /tinytip default and then /tinytip confirm to reset it.
    • If resetting your options doesn't work, exit WoW, delete all your Saved Variable files for TinyTip (global and per character), then restart WoW.

    Where's the secret cow option?
    • There is no secret cow option.

    Tiny Tip Options___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Options for TinyTip (LoadOnDemand)

    Tip Tac___TBC 2.4.3___
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    TipTac is a tooltip enchancement addon, it allows you to configure various aspects of the tooltip, such as moving where it's shown, the font, the scale of tips, plus a lot more.

    To open the option dialog, just use "/tip" without any parameters. Use "/tip anchor" to show the anchor frame and position it as you want.

    You can always get the latest release of this addon on WoWInterface.com. Please post your comments, questions and suggestions for this addon there.

    Current Features
    • Shows the buffs and debuffs of the target with cooldown models. Has options to make it only show the ones you cast.
    • When in a raid or party, there is an option to show who from the group is targeting the unit.
    • Vast anchoring options allows you to change between Normal, Mouse and Parent anchor, this is configurable for both unit and non-unit tips on a frame or non-frames.
    • Anchoring frame lets you decide exactly where you want tips with the normal anchoring option.
    • Able to change the font face and size for all tips in the User Interface. Uses "LibSharedMedia" if installed.
    • Can show a Health, Mana, Energy, Rage, Runic Power or Focus bar inside the tip, which can be enabled or disabled as you prefer.
    • Tips are getting updated at a customizable interval to display changes.
    • Configurable fading options, both a prefade and fadeout time can be set. They can also be set to zero if you prefer the tips to just hide instantly.
    • Allows for you to change the background and border color of the TipTacTip and any of the modified tip.

    Layout Templates
    Currently TipTac comes with a few presets, these are a collection of preset settings. You can find the presets in the options. I am looking for more layout presets to include in future releases of TipTac. So feel free to post your saved settings.

    Special Tip Modification

    TipTac does not only configure the tip for units, you can also use TipTac to modify other tips in the WoW Interface. The way they are getting modified are both in scale and appearance. The border and background of the modified tips can be changed to colors of your desire. You can disable this appearance change by disabling the option "Hook Special Tips" under the General tab of the options dialog. Currently these tips are getting modified, but you can add more if you wish by editing the "TipTac\core.lua" file. GameTooltip, ShoppingTooltip1, ShoppingTooltip2, ShoppingTooltip3, ItemRefTooltip, WorldMapTooltip, AtlasLootTooltip and QuestHelperTooltip.

    Other TipTac Addons

    There are two other addons, included in the TipTac package, which improves tip functionality in WoW. First one is "TipTacTalents", which will show player talents in the tip. The second addon is "TipTacItemRef", which improves the look of the ItemRefTooltip, which is the one shown when clicking on an item, spell or achievement link in the chat. Please refer to each addon's readme.txt file for more information regarding their functionality.

    Saving Settings Per Character
    If you prefer to have TipTac configured differently on each of your characters, you will have to manually edit the "TipTac.toc" file. In this file, you will have to locate "SavedVariables", and change it into "SavedVariablesPerCharacter". You must restart WoW for it to take effect, and it will reset your current settings.

    Lacking Features, Ideas & Problems
    • ItemRefTooltip does not position well if scaled below 1.
    • Add more slash command to change settings, this will allow people to reconfigure TipTac on the fly, without opening the config window. Great for multiple specs etc.
    • Sometimes tips may not fade for a mage's mirror images. This happens because GTT:GetUnit() does not return a unit token when you mouse over them.
    • Even with the option "Instantly Hide World Frame Tips", some tips still fades out, this is because TipTac uses a "mouse cursor change" event to find out when to instantly hide world tips. But since not all world objects change the mouse cursor, you wont see tips fading out instantly for them.
    • Add a font size offset slider in the options, that determines the size delta of the tooltip header text
    • Change the font of the "GameTooltipMoneyFrame" texts.
    • Adding a castbar in addition to the already existing health and power bar.

    Titan Panel___TBC 2.4.3______
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    • 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.

    Titan Panel [Guild]___TBC 2.4.3___
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    A simple guild list for the Titan Panel AddOn.

    Requires: Titan Panel

    • Lists online guild members in a tooltip
    • Menu shows names of online members, with click to /whisper functionality.
    • Menu has options to /guild chat and /officer (/o) chat
    • Menu has option to toggle Show offline members, which changes this setting in your Social frame, Guild tab
    • Advanced menus to /w, /invite, /friend or /who guild members
    • Shows default messages if the player is not a member of a guild
    • Updates the guild listing every 5 minutes to accomodate the GuildRoster() delay and lag. The update only takes place if the player is 'idle' and not accessing conflicting UI frames or Titan elements
    • Tooltip and right-click menu content is sortable using the Sort menu option, works like the guild frame
    • Filters available for seeing only those guild members within your level range, your zone, or to look for members of a specific class
    • Colors rank names (Advanced) or player names (Simple) based on rank index
    • To save space, player can turn off menu options

    • In the right-click menu, click on a guild member name to send them a whisper
    • Enable 'Show Advanced Menus' to create submenus for each online guild member based on rank
    • Left-click on button to toggle the Friends Frame > Guild Tab
    • When you have all settings configured to your liking, use 'Hide Options' to maximize your menu space.

    Titan Panel is supported in this private post!

    Grid___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Grid is the original compact unit frame addon.

    The compact grid of units lets you select a group member quickly, while keeping a good overview of the whole group. Grid is designed to show you only what you need to know, and not overload you with irrelevant information. It is highly configurable, letting you choose exactly what is shown, and how it's shown. There are also many plugins that add even more features!

    For options, type /grid, right-click the tab on the Grid layout frame, or right-click the Grid icon on your minimap or DataBroker display.

    Grid2___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Grid2 is a party/raid unit frame addon.

    Grid2 is fully customizable. New zones (indicators) can be defined in unit frames to display information (statuses). The indicators can be customized and placed anywhere.

    Grid2 supports several types of indicators: icon, icons, square, text, bar, multibar. You can configure what statuses are displayed on each indicator.

    Grid2 includes a huge amount of available statuses, but not all enabled be default, look through the configuration and familiarize yourself with the available options and statuses.

    Grid2 is fast: consumes between 4 and 10 times less CPU cycles than other similar addons.

    To open the configuration UI type "/grid2", left-click the minimap Icon, DataBroker icon launcher or use WoW addons list window.

    Grid2 package includes:
    • Grid2
    • Grid2 Options
    • Grid2 Raid Debuffs
    • Grid2 Raid Debuffs Options
    • Grid2 LDB
    • Grid2 Aoe Heals


    Common issues/FAQ
    Grid2 Doesn't Load after Update
    • If you are updating Grid2 from r560 or older version, you must reset your saved variables (you will lose all your settings), you must see a message in chat window explaining how to reset saved variables.

    Raid debuffs not showing up !!!:
    • Raid debuffs are not enabled by default. Go to statuses -> Raid Debuffs and enable at least the Cataclysm module (if you are inside a instance you must exit and enter the instance or reload the UI after enabling the module)

    I cant push the grid boxes as close together as before:
    • The border indicator has 2 pixels size and it has a transparent background color now. If you want the old grid2 appearance. Goto Indicators -> border -> Layout tab: Set a border size 1. And select a black and opaque background color for the border.

    What about mana bars ?
    • Grid2 supports mana bars, but they are not created by default. If you want mana bars, create a new indicator of type "bar", place it wherever you want and map the "mana" or the "power" status to it (remember you must map some color status to the bar:color indicator too).

    What is the poweralt status ?
    • Poweralt status is a power type (like mana/rage/energy,etc). This power type is enabled by Wow in some combats. It shows: Atremedes sound, Chog'al corruption, etc. This status is not active by default in Grid2: you must map poweralt to any compatible indicator (text or bar indicator).

    Heal Bot___TBC 2.4.3___
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    • Configure key mouse combos to cast any helpful spell on Players with active bars
    • Configure key mouse combos to cast any helpful spell on Players with non-active bars.
    • Configure key mouse combos to cast any harmful spell on Enemy targets with active bars.
    • 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 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.
    • Use up to 10 frames for grouping players, a skins appearance settings can be altered per frame
    • HealBot can show incoming heals and absord affects
    • HealBot has a SmartCast out of combat option, to auto heal, buff, debuff or res.

    Perl Classic___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Perl Classic Unit Frames are a complete rewrite of the original mods by Perl. They replace the default Player, Pet, Target, Target of Target, Party, and Party Pet frames and add dedicated frames for many other units (Focus, Focus Target, Party Target, Target of Target of Target). It has been a high priority to maintain the look and feel or the original Perl mods while expanding functionality. The mod has been recoded for performance and is built around the Blizzard UI usage of events.

    Slash Commands


    I'm seeing double party buffs for some reason, what gives?
    • 99% of the time this is caused by CT_PartyBuffs. Simply remove the mod and you will return to having one set of party buffs.

    I am having massive dead spots for clicking on some of the unit frames, what's wrong?
    • This can be caused by a number of mods, but the most common seems to be CT_MovableParty. Please remove this mod as Perl can be moved without the use of this mod.

    The default party frames are showing up with red lightning bolts. What's going on?
    • As of version 1.503 of CT_RaidAssist this should no longer be caused by CTRA. The settings for this are now located in the WoW settings under Interface Options -> Basic -> Raid -> Hide Party Interface.

    Do you support ArcaneBar?
    • Yes, it is included in your download of Perl Classic.

    Will you be bringing back support for Perl_PlayerBuff?
    • No, there are far better mods for both features and performance.

    Where are the raid frames?
    • As of 2.0 I no longer code raid frames for Perl Classic. Luckily, X-Perl's raid frames work great alongside Perl Classic.

    The scaling is all messed up! What do i do?
    • I recommend setting the scale to that of the UI if you are having issues. Open the options menu via "/perl" or the Black Pearl icon on the minimap and set the scale accordingly under the "All" tab.

    Can you add this feature?
    • I'm sure it's possible, but the primary purpose of this mod is to 'modernize' the original Perl mod so that it doesn't slow your game down.

    Simple Unit Frames___TBC 2.4.3___
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    SimpleUnitFrames is an extension to the default WoW Unit Frames. Rather than a complete unitframe replacement, this addon adds further information and features to the existing frames and allows a greater degree of customization to enhance their usability.

    The v2.x.x series of SimpleUnitFrames involved a complete re-write of the code, however credits go to Rophy and xan for their original work on the v1.x.x series.

    All configuration for SimpleUnitFrames can be performed through the Interface Options panel which can be opened through the slash commands /simpleunitframes or /suf, or through ESC -> Interface -> AddOns Tab -> SimpleUnitFrames.

    HP, Mana, Energy, Rage & Runic Power Display
    The default unitframes only allow either [total]/[max] or [percent] values to be shown on HP and mana bars, however SimpleUnitFrames provides several default overlay options or a method to create your very own styles using LibDogTag-3.0 syntax (also available through the in-game /dog command).

    SimpleUnitFrames comprises the following modules which enhance each frame:
    • Class Icon Display
    • Text Overlays
    • Custom Text Overlay Styles
    • Portrait Damage Display
    • Bar Textures
    • Supported Frames

    SimpleUnitFrames supports the following frames, each with their own customizations available:
    • Player
    • Pet
    • Target
    • TargetOfTarget
    • Party
    • PartyPet
    • Focus
    • FocusTarget
    • Boss

    X-Perl___TBC 2.4.3___
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    Perl, with Extra stuff. Much enchanced from Nymbia's Perl UnitFrames, and a complete replacement for Blizzard's default unit frames, including raid frames and raid tools, with little remaining of the original Nymbia code.

    • Range Finder (combined with optional health check and/or debuff 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. Regardless of how many other heal over time buffs are on the raid members, you can keep track of your own ones and when they expire.

    • 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.

    • Raid Tooltip will show 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 all units.

    • 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 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 and the /xperl splash command.

    • 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.

    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 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.

    Casting Monitor
    • Shows selected classes (defaults to healer 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.

    • For druids, right clicking on a caster will cast Innervate on them.

    • For shamans, right clicking on a caster will cast Mana Tide Totem. Check the * indicator to see if they're in your group.

    • 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.

    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.

    Grim Reaper
    Removed from X-Perl, but continues as it's own standalone Ace mod.

    More Buffing Features
    Can be found in my new universal buffing mod, ZOMGBuffs

    Grim Reaper and ZOMGBuffs are supported in this private post
    Edited: February 12, 2018

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