SexyMap (TBC)

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SexyMap is open source and development is done on GitHub. You can contribute code, localization, and report issues there:

Make your minimap ubersexah! SexyMap is a minimap mod, supporting:

  • Minimap moving, and movement of things like the quest tracker and durability frame.
  • Customization of zone text & clock
  • Hiding of all buttons attached to the minimap (can be set to be always hidden, or to show on minimap hover)
  • Sexy minimap border options, extremely configurable, with several slammin’ presets.
  • Ping notification
  • Mousewheel minimap zoom, and auto zoom-out.
  • A HUD overlay for resource gathering, target tracking, and more.

HandyNotes (TBC)

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.

HandyNotes supports plugins that other authors can write to display their own set of notes on the map. See this link for a list of such addons:

Changes for WoW 8.0 / Battle for Azeroth

  • Changed to HereBeDragons-2.0, since HBD-1.0 is not compatible with WoW 8.0 / BfA
    • All plugins that reference HereBeDragons directly need to adjust as well
  • Due to the massive changes in the map and all related logic, HandyNotes 1.5.0 will introduce changes to the Plugin API as well. Changes listed below are preliminary, however they are available in the latest Alpha builds if running on the BfA Beta.
    • Removed API: HN:GetMapFile(C, Z), HN:GetCZ(mapFile), HN:GetZoneToCZ(zone), HN:GetCZToZone(C,Z)
      • Rationale: C/Z values no longer exist in WoW 8.0
    • Removed API: HN:GetZoneToMapID(zone) 
      • Rationale: Using localized zone names is generally a bad idea, and the old MapIDs no longer exist
    • Deprecated API: HN:GetMapFiletoMapID(mapFile), HN:GetMapIDtoMapFile(mapID), 
      • These have been deprecated and will be removed in the future, but are still provided for  compatiblity with existing plugins (data is no longer available in-game, mapping provided by HereBeDragons-Migrate)
    • Changed API: HN:GetContinentZoneList(uiMapIdOrmapFile)
      • This API can now be called with either a mapFile (legacy mode), in which case it’ll continue to return a list of legacy mapIDs for old plugins, or called with a new uiMapID, in which case it’ll return a list of uiMapIDs
    • New API: plugin:GetNodes2(uiMapID, minimap)
      • This is equivalent to the old GetNodes call, except that it handles the new uiMapID type.
      • The Iterator should return:
        • coord, uiMapID, iconpath, scale, alpha
        • Mapfile was replaced by uiMapID, level has been dropped
      • The old plugin:GetNodes API is still available and the data is automatically converted, if a conversion is possible. It is strongly recommended to switch to GetNodes2, so you can support new zones!

Changes from v1.2.0 to v1.4.0

  • HandyNotes now uses HereBeDragons-1.0 instead of the unmaintained Astrolabe
    • Plugins which referenced Astrolabe directly should be updated, and ideally not require anything the HandyNotes API does not provide
  • New HandyNotes API function: HN:GetContinentZoneList(mapFile), retrieve a list of zones inside a continent (Z -> mapID hash table)


TomTom is your personal navigation assistant in World of Warcraft. This addon is very simple, but provides a nice set of functionality.

Thanks to Esamynn for Astrolabe, which used to do the bulk of the work in this addon, before Blizzard changed the mapping system.

Thanks to Nevcairiel for HereBeDragons, which now does the bulk of the work in this addon,


Bugs and Support (PLEASE READ)
Unfortunately I have been forced to disable user comments on For some absurd reason the site has stopped sending me emails when you guys post a new comment, making me completely unable to provide support via this means. I am still happy to provide assistance, both on Curseforge and Wowinterface:

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

Slash Commands:
/tomtom – Opens configuration GUI

In addition you can use the /way command to add and reset waypoints. In order to overcome conflicts with the Cartographer /way command, you can also use /tway to access TomTom’s waypoint command. The following slash commands are available:

Slash Command Description
/tway 14.78 23.9 Add a new waypoint at 14.78, 23.90
/tway Nagrand 45 50 Add a new waypoint in Nagrand at 45, 50
/tway 14.78 23.90 This is a waypoint! Add a new waypoint with a description
/tway reset all Remove ALL current waypoints
/tway 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
/tway list List the current known waypoints
/tway arrow Print the status of the Crazy Arrow

TomTom has been designed to publish the Crazy-Arrow and Coordinate Block as LDB feeds, allowing them to be displayed in compatible display addons. I’ve written a very simple, easy-to-configure panel that is capable of displaying these called NinjaPanel.

If you’re looking to bulk import waypoints (to track achievements, etc), a community member has provided a great addon that lets you do this easily. Take a look at Paste.



Some folks have asked for how they can donate money, and for many years I’ve enjoyed hearing about how my addons have helped other people enjoy World of Warcraft. If you would like to donate, I’d ask you to make a donation to the Colorectal Cancer Alliance, a worthy organisation that helped my sister immensely from her diagnosis through her final years. If you or a family member suspect you might have something not right in your butt, please have a doctor check it out. Colorectal cancer is one of the most preventable cancers in the world.


Leatrix Maps (TBC) (Burning Crusade Classic)

Leatrix Maps improves the world map in Burning Crusade Classic.  You can reveal the map, show dungeon icons and coordinates, scale and position the map, remove the border, prevent zoom from resetting, enhance the battlefield map and more.  All settings are optional.  Leatrix Maps is also available for Shadowlands and World of Warcraft Classic.

Enter /ltm to open Leatrix Maps.  Some options have little configuration buttons next to them for further configuration.

Click here to browse all addons by Leatrix.


Atlas Burning Crusade

About This Addon Module

This is a separated module which we decided to move it out from the main Atlas core addon starting from v1.21.0. The major concerns include that our addon file size is getting bigger and bigger, while most of the dungeon maps may not get frequent updated. By splitting the dungeon maps based on WoW’s expansion, we believe it could downsize our main addon’s total size, and also users don’t need to download all the maps each time.

What’s Included in This Addon Module

With this addon module installed, you will be able to see the Burning Crusade maps.

Installation and Configuration

Note that this is not an independent addon, it must depend on Atlas. And there is no any enhancement within this module. This module only provide the dungeon map’s images for specific expansion.

You should have Atlas installed, and then once you have also install this module, then Atlas will be able to display relative maps while corresponding dungeon is selected.


The official Atlas website is:

For questions or support, please visit the forums:


You may contact the project owner in below address: Or visit our forum and leave your message.


Atlas is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL).

You can use this addon without any charge. If you would like to make some donation, you are welcome to do so.

You can also distribute this addon but only with no charge to your users. If you are going to include part of the codes, graphics, or any file(s) from this addon in your own product(s), please write us an email to inform us, and please also to include our team members’ name as part of your product credits.



GatherMate2 is an addon to collect and track herbs, mines, fishing pools, gas clouds, archaelogy finds and treasures, and displays them on the world map and the mini map.

GatherMate will remember the location of every herb you pick or every ore you mine, so that you can easily find the positions of the herbs and mines again. Once you come into range of a recorded spot, GatherMate will show an icon representing the type of herb/ore/fish/etc. on your mini map, directly allowing you to decide if its worth checking out. Additionally, all spots are shown on the World Map, to ease navigation to certain types of nodes and making gathering more fun.

To give you a head start, GatherMate2 also offers a pre-filled data module, so you don’t need to discover all herbs and mines yourself, but instead can just start gathering right away. Simply install GatherMate2_Data and hit a few buttons to import all the provided data, and you’re good to go.


  • Tracking of all gathering professions and more!
    • Herbs
    • Mines
    • Gas Clouds
    • Archaeology Digs
    • Fishing Pools
    • Treasures
  • Display of all collected data on the World Map and the MiniMap
  • Support for Routes
  • Import data via GatherMate2_Data
  • Share data in your guild with GatherMate_Sharing

Video about configuring this addon.


Using GatherMate2 is straight-forward.
After the installation, GatherMate2 is automatically active and collecting data.

You can configure which data should be shown on the World Map or MiniMap in the Configuration Dialog, which can be accessed either via the /gathermate slash command or be found in the Interface options in the WoW Menu.

Localization (Translation of Nodes)

GatherMate2 relies on the node names to be translated in all languages WoW supports. You can contribute additional translations for your language here using the Localization tool:

Any translations submitted through that tool will be automatically included in the next release.


Unfortunately starting with Legion, both WoWHead and WoWDB do not seem to track the locations of herbs anymore, so an automated way to provide data is currently not possible.

However, anyone that wants to contribute can help, check this thread on how to provide your own node locations for everyone to use:
GatherMate2_Data on CurseForge Forums


Accurate coordinates (DCoords Classic)

DCoords Classic


DCoords Classic is a an accurate coordinates addon for World of Warcraft Classic, it gives you a coordinates bar for in game and gives you player and mouse coordinate location on the world map.



– In game movable coordinates bar

– World map player coordinates

– World map mouse location coordinates



Type /dcc for options



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Simple modifications in MiniMap.

– Square minimap.
– Zoom through the mouse wheel.
– Right-clicking opens World Map.
– Alt key and hold, move the minimap.
– Alt key and right-click restores the position.
– FPS and latency information.
– Player coordinates.



Fades the map when moving

Video Link



Leatrix Maps allows you to reveal the entire world map (i.e. remove the fog of war), show dungeon location icons on the map, show coordinates, show zone and dungeon levels, rescale the map, reposition the map, zoom in and out of the map, prevent the zoom level resetting when opening the map, enlarge the player arrow and fade the map while moving.  All settings are optional.  Translations for English, Chinese, Korean and Russian are included.

Enter /ltm to open Leatrix Maps.  Some options have little configuration buttons next to them for further configuration.

Always read the change log when installing updates.

For a few helpful guides, click here.

If you wish to report an issue or make a suggestion, make a ticket here.

If you are looking for Leatrix Maps for Battle for Azeroth, it’s here.

Click here to browse all addons by Leatrix.