TODO - absorb World of Warcraft addon notes
- World of Warcraft addon notes
- My World of Warcraft UI
- World of Warcraft technical notes
- World of Warcraft macros
- 1 Intention
- 2 Inbox
- 3 Addon types
- 4 UI addons
- 5 Character information addons
- 6 Social addons
- 7 Travel addons
- 8 Combat addons
- 9 Questing and grinding
- 10 Tradeskill
- 11 Inventory, Items
- 12 Merchant
- 13 Meta
- 14 Misc
- 15 Class-specific
- 16 Notes
My intention is to list all the addons I use, but from the perspective of problems being solved. So there will be questions, each with the solution I currently use and any other solutions and comments I may have.
This will only be a master list with brief summaries. When I complete a review for any particular item, that review will become a new page and the entry in this list will link to it.
I link to curseforge/wowace directly, and not curse.com. This is so that any projects which go "inactive" will still have a valid link. I also use the curseforge/wowace subscription feature to email me updates.
I prefer curseforge/wowace over wowinterface when a project exists on both places. This is generally because actual development files (e.g. an svn/git repository) are on curseforge and I can do a nice daily file change email notification on curse. It's certainly nothing to do with getting a free premium account. Seriously, I don't know what premium actually does anyways.
AddOns will be listed with the name as it is on its project page. For every addon I will also list the actual folder names underneath, if they're different. Then I'll list all the embedded libraries. Lastly any non-embedded dependencies, patch information or other notes. If for some reason there are embedded libraries or dependencies which themselves have dependencies, I'll list those too.. (eww)
- I may have missed some loose libraries in the root of the addon folder.
- I may have done too-aggressive search/replace on some library names, removing dots. Whoops.
Lib Data Broker addons will generally have these dependencies: CallbackHandler-1.0.lua, LibDataBroker-1.1.lua, LibStub.lua
- I trust tekkub enough to not worry about having many addons all with these libraries embedded. Everyone else, however, not so much. I hope everyone was using the proper version/revision of the libraries.
Ace has a crapload of libraries. That's the whole point. You'd think that all the addons using the same name of library wouldn't be an issue, but apparently there are subtle differences in many addon's embed of ace or other libraries. I don't know what impact that has. I ranted on why embedding addon libraries is stupid. TODO - import that topic
https://github.com/TekNoLogic/Engravings - add notes to items
- http://wow.curseforge.com/addons/87786/ IllusionPreview
- http://wow.curseforge.com/addons/61251/ Extended Transmog UI
- http://wow.curseforge.com/addons/90666/ Tier Token Tooltip
- http://wow.curseforge.com/addons/89923/ Avatar -- would be great for streaming!
http://wow.curseforge.com/addons/100617/ Can I Mog It?
Check back later ∞
https://github.com/TekNoLogic/Kintama - A single-bag addon
- Does not work, see https://github.com/TekNoLogic/Kintama/issues/4
Addon types ∞
To make this more manageable, I broke the list down into rough categories.
TODO - each addon will get its page, and they will be tagged to group them
UI addons ∞
Character information addons ∞
Social addons ∞
Travel addons ∞
Combat addons ∞
Questing and grinding ∞
Inventory, Items ∞
How can I manage my inbox better? ∞
How can I automatically send certain items or types of items? ∞
(Like a bank or auctioning alt)
How can I "take all" gold/items from my inbox? ∞
(doable by a macro actually)
How can I take certain gold/items from my inbox? ∞
How can I see all of the items in my inbox at once, without looking at every mail? ∞
With these addons I can use my mailbox as an unlimited-slot bank. The one problem is that you will run into a full mailbox issue, where you cannot see the attachments of backlogged mails until you empty out your current stuff. This is an intentional limitation in the game. Nothing is ever deleted or lost until it reaches its normal mail expiry date.
And no, I've never lost items or gold. (update) I think I've lost items, but I haven't nailed the problem down to me being too stupid to double-check after typing or this addon. I still do trust it.
The default slash command is
/bm .. the most useful ones are:
/bm autosend edit /bm defaultdest [character]
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