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TellMeWhen

TellMeWhen

TellMeWhen is a WoW addon that provides visual, auditory, and textual notifications about cooldowns, buffs, and pretty much every other element of combat.

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Discord – Questions & Discussion

Join the official TellMeWhen Discord! https://discord.gg/NH7RmcP – Ask questions, share configuration, or just hang out.

GitHub – Bugs and Feature Requests

Find a bug? Have a feature request? Please open an issue on GitHub. CurseForge comments are not monitored.

 

Features

TellMeWhen is…

Flexible

Icons can track any of the following things:

  • Cooldowns
  • Buffs/Debuffs
  • Reactive abilities
  • Temporary weapon enchants
  • Totems
  • Rune cooldowns
  • Internal cooldowns
  • Others’ cooldowns
  • Diminishing returns
  • Spell casts
  • …And any combination of over 110 other things with easy-to-use conditions.

Customizable

  • 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).

Instructions

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 global|profile groupID iconID’ – Enables the specified group or icon (E.g. ‘/tmw enable 2 4’ or ‘/tmw enable global 3’).
  • ‘/tmw disable global|profile groupID iconID’ – Disables the specified group or icon (E.g. ‘/tmw disable profile 2 4’ or ‘/tmw disable 3’).
  • ‘/tmw toggle global|profile groupID iconID’ – Toggles the specified group or icon between enabled and disabled (E.g. ‘/tmw toggle global 2 4’ or ‘/tmw toggle profile 3’).
  • ‘/tmw counter counter-name +|-|/|*|= number’ – Mutate a TMW counter. Counters can be checked in conditions or displayed on icons. (E.g. ‘/tmw counter casts = 0’ or ‘/tmw counter phase + 1’)
  • ‘/tmw cpu’ – Enables and displays a UI for measurements of icon performance. This is an advanced feature; no guidance on reading the data will be offered.

Conditions

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

Groups

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.


Troubleshooting

PLEASE DIRECT ALL FEEDBACK/BUGS/SUGGESTIONS HERE

  • 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. The spellID is in the url, for example: <code>classic.wowhead.com/spell=53351</code>
  • Check the settings of the icon’s group.
  • Check the icon’s settings in the other tabs of the icon editor.

Donations

If you enjoy using TellMeWhen or if it has helped out your game-play considerably, please consider donating so that I may be able to afford time to develop more new features. Click the button below to donate securely through PayPal. Thank You!

Donate

TellMeWhen is also looking for individuals who are well-versed in both English and either German, Russian, Korean, French, or Portuguese to contribute to the translations! If interested, you can begin translating here, or PM me if you have questions. Thank You!

Comments

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Quartz

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. 

*Flight
Hooks into FlightMap or InFlight to display the current flight progress on your casting bar. 

*Global Cooldown
Displays a tiny spark-bar to show your Global Cooldown near the cast bar. Helpful for those who’d rather not squint at their action bars to see when they can cast again. 

*Interrupt
Changes the color and text of your casting bar to help show that your cast has been interrupted (and show who interrupted it). 

*Latency
Displays the amount of time spent between cast send and start events, in the form of a bar at the end of your casting bar, with optional text that displays the actual duration of the lag. 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.

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Threat Plates

Threat Plates (TP for short) is an addon for customizing your nameplates. It offers a high amount of customization and tweaks to how your nameplates react and look. I’ve spent a considerable amount of time improving this addon and any comments or concerns about this addon are appreciated. I’m always looking for ways to improve it.

Features

  • All the standard nameplate features like healthbar, name, castbar, coloring (e.g., based on threat), scaling and transparency and so on.
  • Two different modes for nameplates: Healthbar View (show healthbar and name) and Headline View (show only name)
  • Customizable totem nameplates
  • Custom styles for nameplates for extra customization for units based on name, auras or casts.
  • Automatic spec detection and role assigning for an easy out of the box setup
  • Support for profiles per spec
  • Support for LibSharedMedia (adding additional fonts, textures and sounds) and LibDogTag (markup language support for custom texts)
  • And lots of options…

Chat Commands

  • /tptp: Displays options
  • /tptp profile <name>: Switch the current profile to <name>
  • /tptp legacy-custom-styles: Adds (legacy) default custom styles for nameplates that are deleted when migrating custom nameplates to the current format
  • /tptp help: Prints this help message
  • /tptptoggle: Toggle Role from one to the other
  • /tptpdps: Toggles DPS/Healing threat plates
  • /tptptank: Toggles Tank threat plates
  • /tptpol: Toggles nameplate overlapping
  • /tptpverbose: Toggles addon feedback text

Additional Information

Version for WoW Classic

A port of Threat Plates for WoW Classic is available here: Threat Plates (Classic).

Version for WoW TBC Classic

A port of Threat Plates for WoW TBC Classic is available under the files tab: https://www.curseforge.com/wow/addons/tidy-plates-threat-plates/files. Look for the latest version for game version 2.5.1.

Scripting (Beta)

Scripting is a new feature of Threat Plates that will be introduced in a future version. It allows you to extend the functionality with custom Lua scripts. Once the feature is finished, you should be able to change all aspects of nameplates. Currently, functionality is still restricted to a high degree as internal functions of Threat Plates ( like, e.g., scaling) are not easily accessible to these scripts. So, overwriting or changing them to, e.g., implement custom scaling is not that easy or may even be impossible right now.

More details as well as the current beta version are available here.

Please feel free to leave feedback in the comments!

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WeaponSwingTimer SixxFix

Weapon Swing Timer – Sixx Fix
Continuing my improvements of the WST addon originally by LeftHandedGlove. Huge thanks to him for starting it! Description from original WST for simplicity.

WeaponSwingTimer is an addon for WoW Classic that tracks your’s and your target’s swing timers.

If you’re a hunter, it tracks Auto Shot timing and castable shots cast time.

If you use a wand, it also tracks when your shots will go off.

 

Melee Bars

The melee bars track the player’s and target’s main-hand and off-hand swings.

It resets on abilities that would reset a swing timer, such as Warrior’s Slam, and also takes parry haste into account.

Both frames can be moved around with the typical click-and-drag.

A configuration window can be brought up with /wst where more visual options are available.

melee bars

 

Hunter / Wand Bars

The shot bars track the player’s Auto Shot / Shoot timing and also track the cast time for Aimed Shot and Multi-Shot. The shot bar turns white when an Auto Shot / Shoot projectile leaves the player.

While the bar is white, the player can move and cast freely without clipping their next Auto Shot or Shoot.

When the white bar is depleted, the player should stand still while their Auto Shot or Shoot is ‘casting’.

 

hunter bars

 

Installation

  1. Download the latest .zip file for your WoW version.
  2. Wait for the zip file to download.
  3. Unzip the WeaponSwingTimer folder into Interface\Addons.
  4. It should look like Interface\Addons\WeaponSwingTimer\WeaponSwingTimer.toc

A summary of the changes can be found below:
07/29/2020 v 5.0
– Aimed Shot and Multi-shot cast bars now properly show haste effects
– Successfully casting an ability even with aimed/multi cast bars turned off will no longer show a green overlapping bar
– “Failed” will no longer display (It was driving me nuts saying failed right after a successful cast)
– Added in extra timer to show the auto shot delay while moving. It sometimes looks funny but know that it’s just showing you it is delayed and you can continue to move based on the retry timer, toggleable in the options
– haste is now applied ON NEXT SHOT rather than immediately in the bar
– Added swing timer resets upon feign death, casting true shot aura, or moving after feign death

– Fixed an issue where the swing timer would reset itself while either casting an ability or just in general randomly

– Modified the multi-shot clip bar to better reflect where you would clip an auto by casting multi-shot.
– changed default setting to not have the ugly borders

– Cast times of auto shot is now properly reflected on the small timer display inside the bar, based on haste, rather than arbitrarily using 0.6 or 0.7

10/5/2020 v 5.1
– Adjust range speed to be current ranged speed on initialize rather than arbitrary 3 (helps with wands and initial auto cast after reload)
– Added additional checks for FD status to reset swing timer properly
– Attempted pushback logic but couldn’t get oncombatlogunfiltered to work
– Adjusted Aimed Shot’s swing timer reset to actually set the auto cast time to show that it’s always ready to start from casting aimed
– Added additional check for Shoot (mostly just for wands)
– commented out some logic that set rangespeed to 3 if it was 0 (shouldn’t be needed anymore)
– Changed visual multi-shot clip bar to also adjust with haste
– Added several fixes presented by someone on the WST github for improving casting, the “succeeded”, “interrupted”, and “failed” display.
– Inverted anchor points for auto shot bar and cast bar, so that the cast bar always appears above the auto shot bar and the auto shot bar is not shifted.
– Added a fix for gaining haste in same batch as cast, it wouldn’t update the cast time even though it would be applied to the actual cast time.
– Made minor adjustment to aimed shot cast time to be closer to actual cast time (3.05 instead of 3.0)
– Fixed wands not working properly, seems to be working now.

10/6/2020 v 5.1.1
– Fixed an issue with the cast bar overlays for success, fail, interrupt to display even when cast bars are disabled in settings.

10/6/2020 v 5.1.2
– Fixed lua error for undefined “setting” variable.

10/18/2020 v 5.2.1

– Added spell cast pushback for Aimed Shot and Multi-Shot, getting it as accurate as I could. Most accurate one I’ve seen so far.
– Fixed Feign death to properly reset as a full unhasted auto.
– Added in more localization setup per Cyanokaze.

– Added font size option for each bar and set up proper text centering.

4/2/2021 v 5.2.2

– Fixed issue with spell queuing causing auto shot bar to disappear

4/2/2021 v 5.2.3

– fixed localization error from latest update

4/12/2021 v 5.2.4

-fixed issue of no display text for global bar settings

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SinStats Live Character Stats

BURNING CRUSADE FULL RELEASE IS OUT! MAKE SURE TO DOWNLOAD THE 3.0+ VERSION, AS THE CURSE APP SEEMS TO DOWNLOAD THE CLASSIC ERA VERSION BY DEFAULT.

 

SinStats is a lightweight yet powerful addon made for Classic EraBurning Crusade and Shadowlands that displays a large range of stats, updated in real-time on a moveable frame that can be placed anywhere on your screen.

 

 SHADOWLANDS STATS

 

REAL-TIME STATS : ACCURACY!

A number of abilities, talents, enchants, consumables, tier set bonuses, racials, procs, buffs and world buffs have been manually added and used to provide an unmatched accuracy. The HUD was designed to reflect your actual numbers in real-time, as they are at any moment during combat (or outside of combat!). If you use all your cooldowns on a boss fight, your stats will reflect the improved numbers!

FEATURED STATS : DON’T HIDE THEM!

Attack Power
 : Melee and Ranged
Attack Power against Undead : Melee and Ranged [Classic Only]
Damage : Melee and Ranged
Critical Strike : Melee, Ranged and Spell
Critical Strike Cap : Melee [Classic and TBC Only]
Haste : Melee, Ranged and Spell
Resilience Offensive and defensive [TBC Only]
Expertise 
Main-Hand and Off-Hand [TBC Only]
Mastery
 : [Retail Only]
Versatility : [Retail Only]
Avoidance : [Retail Only]
Leech : [Retail Only]
Attack Speed : Melee
Hit Chance : Melee, Ranged and Spell [Classic and TBC Only]
Miss Chance : Melee, Ranged and Spell [Classic and TBC Only]
Defense : Armor, Mitigation, Block, Parry, Dodge and Defense [Classic and TBC Only]
Absorb : Amount of damage to be absorbed [Retail Only]
Stagger
 : [Retail Only]
Spell Power
 : Fire Power, Nature Power, Frost Power, Healing Power, Shadow Power, Holy Power and Arcane Power
Spell Power against Undead : All school of magic [Classic Only]
Mana Regeneration : Mana Regen per tick (while not casting), Mana Regen per tick (while casting) and MP5
Energy Regeneration : Energy regen per second [Retail Only]
Spell Resistance
 : Fire, Frost, Arcane, Nature and Shadow [Classic and TBC Only]
Other Stats : Movement speed, Items Durability, FPS and Latency

STATS  DISPLAY : ADD & REMOVE THE STATS YOU WANT!

CASTER DPS

MELEE DPS CONFIGURATION – HORIZONTAL VIEW

HUNTER RANGED CONFIGURATION

MOD SETUP : FAST & EASY!

Open Settings
 : /sinstats or /ss or use the minimap button

FAQ

Q: What versions of WoW is SinStats compatible with ?
A: 
SinStats currently supports all WoW versions, including Classic, Burning Crusade and Shadowlands.

Q: How do I configure my stats ?
A: Simply type /sinstats or /ssh in the game to open the menu. You can also open the settings by clicking on the minimap button.

Q: Can I align my stats on multiple rows ?
A: 
Yes, you can align your stats on up to 5 rows. Simply go to the general settings, select Vertical on the Text Alignment option and a slide bar will appear, letting you select the number of rows.

Q: What is the difference between MP5 and MP2 ?
A: MP5 is your mana regeneration every 5 seconds, coming from from enchants, tier set bonuses, gear, talents and consumables. MP2 uses the same calculations but instead reflect the mana regeneration on your mana bar, per tick.

Q: What is Mana Regen / Casting Regen ?
A: Mana Regen stat shows your actual mana regeneration, per tick (2-sec) and includes every modifier in the game. Casting Regen stat shows your mana regeneration while you’re casting, in other words outside of the 5-second rule. It aslo includes every modifier possible and is shown per tick to reflect your mana bar.

Q: Why is my Spell Power number different than other addons ?
A: SinStats will show your actual damage, not just the generic value from gear. For example, a Fire Mage with the Fire Power talent (10% increased fire damage) and a Darkmoon Faire Damage buff will get a 20% increase on its Fire Spell Power stat.

Q: How do I know what is affecting a specific stat ?
A: Simply go the settings menu (/sinstats), mouse over the stat that you want to inquire and read the tooltip.

Q: Some stats on some characters have a number in (), what does it represent ? [ie. Spell Crit : 10% (+3)]
A: Some talents only affect one school of magic on a stat. For example, a Priest has talents that will only increase their holy critical strike. This amount will be shown in parenthesis next to the stat. Please go to the settings (/sinstats) and hover the stat in question. A tooltip will appear with some explanation.

Q: What does the speed stat do ?
A: The speed stat reflects your in-game speed, in real-time. Whether you are walking backwards, RP walk, on your epic mount or on a flight, you will see your exact speed. It will also reflect your speed under slowing effects.

Q: Do racials like Berserking and world buffs such as Warchief’s Blessing affect the new Haste Bonus stat ?
A: Yes, every (almost) haste related spell in the game has been added. If some are missing, they will be added shortly.

Q: Is it possible to toggle off the icons next to each stat ?
A: 
Yes, the icons can be toggled off via the settings menu (/sinstats)

Q: Is it possible to toggle off the minimap button ?
A: 
Yes, the minimap button can be toggled off via the settings menu (/sinstats)

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FiveSecondRule (TBC)

Current version: 1.24

This is an addon for World of Warcraft Classic.

 

Track the “5-second-rule” for mana-regeneration.

 

The purpose of this addon is to track the so-called “5-second-rule” (FSR or 5SR), which refers to the time needed to elapse after spending mana, for mana regen to resume.

The timer starts counting down whenever the player successfully spends mana (instant spells, that don’t cost mana, wont reset the 5SR).

 

Once the 5SR has been fulfilled, the bar will show incoming mana regen ticks until full mana.

 

A few notes:

 

– MP5 (from gear and buffs) is not tracked, as the FSR does not apply to it.

– The addon uses a running average to filter out MP5 mana ticks and consumables.

– Whenever items are changed or you exit Ghost form, the addon takes around 5 mana ticks to stabilize.

– The addon technically also works for rogues to track energy ticks.

– The addon works for druids, and keeps tracking mana, even in cat and bear forms. 

– The addon is disabled for warriors, since there is no reliable power to track. Rage is generated with spells and by receiving damage, not by a trackable game tick.

 

Settings

Find the “FiveSecondRule” tab in your addon interface options (through the menu). 

 

– /fsr enable/disable to toggle the addon.

 

Source

See https://github.com/smp4903/FiveSecondRule

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FiveSecondRule

EZDownRank

World of Warcraft Classic addon for healers.

Add 8 clickable buttons on each raid frame, their color change depending on health deficit, your spell power, mana and talents.

Buttons

Priest

  • Click on Buttons 1-7 cast “Flash Heal” from rank 1 to 7
  • Shift Buttons 1-4 (1st line) cast “Heal” from rank 1 to 4
  • Shift Buttons 5-8 (2nd line) cast “Greater Heal” from rank 1 to 4

Druid

  • Click on Buttons 1-8 cast “Healing Touch” from rank 4 to 11
  • Shift Buttons 1-8 cast “Regrowth” from rank 2 to 9

Shaman

  • Click on Buttons 1-6 cast “Lesser Healing Wave” from rank 1 to 6
  • Shift Buttons 1-8 cast “Healing Wave” from rank 3 to 10
  • Control Buttons 1-3 cast “Chan Heal” from rank 1 to 3

Paladin

  • Click on Buttons 1-6 cast “Flash of Light” from rank 1 to 6
  • Shift Buttons 1-8 cast “Holy Light” from rank 1 to 8

Colors

  • Buttons for cast rank that will overheal are transparent (but are still clickable)
  • Green: highest spell rank with no overheal
  • Yellow: no overheal
  • Orange: not enough mana

Example

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Playing Priest, Shift is pressed, i have only 261 mana left

  • Best healing spell for Lonlon is “Heal rank 4”
  • Best healing spell for Nemesis is “Greater Heal rank 2”, max rank i can cast is “Heal rank 4”
  • Best healing spell for Laevan is “Greater Heal rank 3”, max rank i can cast is “Heal rank 4”
  • My “Heal rank 1” will overheal Fraisette

Twitch video in action in BWL

Q & A

  • Where are the settings ? There is no setting UI, you are free to edit whatever you want in the code for your own taste.
  • Where can i fill a bug report ? Here
  • Can i give you my money ? How kind of you ! I accept donation thrue paypal.
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EZDownRank

EZDownRank

World of Warcraft Classic addon for healers.

Add 8 clickable buttons on each raid frame, their color change depending on health deficit, your spell power, mana and talents.

Buttons

Priest

  • Click on Buttons 1-7 cast “Flash Heal” from rank 1 to 7
  • Shift Buttons 1-4 (1st line) cast “Heal” from rank 1 to 4
  • Shift Buttons 5-8 (2nd line) cast “Greater Heal” from rank 1 to 4

Druid

  • Click on Buttons 1-8 cast “Healing Touch” from rank 4 to 11
  • Shift Buttons 1-8 cast “Regrowth” from rank 2 to 9

Shaman

  • Click on Buttons 1-6 cast “Lesser Healing Wave” from rank 1 to 6
  • Shift Buttons 1-8 cast “Healing Wave” from rank 3 to 10
  • Control Buttons 1-3 cast “Chan Heal” from rank 1 to 3

Paladin

  • Click on Buttons 1-6 cast “Flash of Light” from rank 1 to 6
  • Shift Buttons 1-8 cast “Holy Light” from rank 1 to 8

Colors

  • Buttons for cast rank that will overheal are transparent (but are still clickable)
  • Green: highest spell rank with no overheal
  • Yellow: no overheal
  • Orange: not enough mana

Example

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Playing Priest, Shift is pressed, i have only 261 mana left

  • Best healing spell for Lonlon is “Heal rank 4”
  • Best healing spell for Nemesis is “Greater Heal rank 2”, max rank i can cast is “Heal rank 4”
  • Best healing spell for Laevan is “Greater Heal rank 3”, max rank i can cast is “Heal rank 4”
  • My “Heal rank 1” will overheal Fraisette

Twitch video in action in BWL

Q & A

  • Where are the settings ? There is no setting UI, you are free to edit whatever you want in the code for your own taste.
  • Where can i fill a bug report ? Here
  • Can i give you my money ? How kind of you ! I accept donation thrue paypal.
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Samuel Swing Timer

Samuel Swing Timer is a basic swing timer add on for World of Warcraft 1.12.1, developed in the private server scene it will track your weapons swing with a 1 – 1.5 second time marker for warrior slam casting. This is the work of another person, I’m merely uploading to provide access to others.

Dismounter

Classic WoW auto dismount addon

Introduction

Dismounter is a simple addon that will automatically get off of your mount when you perform and action that needs you to be mountless. Also will remove any shapeshift buff such as ghost wolf or druid form on error. Designed to work with World of Warcraft Classic

Important Note

You will get off of your mount but you must cast the spell or perform the same action again.

Cases

Dismounter will dismount you in the following scenarios:

– Attacking while mounting (auto attack, mele spell, caster spell).

– Casting a spell such as Stealth.

– Picking herbs or ores.

– Talking to the flight master

– Crafting a profesion item

It will also remove any shapeshift buff such as ghost wolf or druid form

Example of use

1. You are currently mounted and you want to cast a spell to an NPC.

2. Dismounter enters in action and you are no longer in a mount.

3. You have to cast again the spell

Feel free to contribute, report bugs or to ask for suggestions