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World of Warcraft > AddOns >

git://git.curseforge.com/wow/lite-assist/mainline.git
http://www.curseforge.com/projects/4462/

Press a hotkey (out of combat) to remember an assist target. Press another to assist them.

It sounds simple, even unnecessary, but it makes life so much easier.

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Seems to work for Legion, but does spit out some errors.. investigate.

World of Warcraft > AddOns >

svn://svn.curseforge.com/wow/leatrix-plus/mainline/trunk
http://www.curseforge.com/projects/94855/

Combines multiple little conveniences and opens up basic functionality that would normally require multiple separate addons.

The author has an incredible philosophy of simplicity and strict programming. This addon is created in such a way that each of its features is only loaded up if you enable the feature, meaning that if Blizzard breaks anything, this addon doesn't implode.

Absolutely mandatory.

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World of Warcraft > AddOns >

svn://svn.wowace.com/wow/bulkmail/mainline/trunk
http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info18819
http://www.curseforge.com/projects/13586/

Mail sending made easy.

Build a list of items to send in bulk. Automatically build a list with configurable rules.



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World of Warcraft > AddOns >

svn://svn.wowace.com/wow/bulkmail-inbox/mainline/trunk
http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info18867
http://www.curseforge.com/projects/13587/

Turns your mailbox into another bank, plus a whole lot more.

  • Shows a dialog with all items and money in your mailbox.
  • Allows you to take individual items even if they were all sent in one email.
  • Mark multiple items to take without taking all.

    • 2016-04-24 - bugged

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TODO - submit tickets

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World of Warcraft > AddOns >

svn://svn.curseforge.com/wow/basic-threat-bar/mainline/trunk
http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info19491
http://www.curseforge.com/projects/29152/

A bar that displays your threat. Duh.

Quite customizable. I just use it for a slim bar. It helps me know when I've built too much threat and reminds me when I've caught it.

I'm uncertain if I actually need this. Either I've forgotten about it because it's second-nature, or because I don't actually use it.



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World of Warcraft > AddOns >

git://git.wowace.com/wow/sign-on/mainline.git
http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info11801
http://www.curseforge.com/projects/14510/

Customises the signon/signoff messages for friends and guildies.

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World of Warcraft > AddOns >

https://github.com/hypehuman/super-duper-macro (my fork)
http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info10496

  • Create macros beyond the 255-character limit, and even beyond the 1023-character macrotext limit.

    • However, no individual line in a macro may be more than 1023 characters long (you will get a warning).
    • The number of lines is unlimited.
  • Share macros in-game.
  • Button macros

    • 36 global and 18 character-specific for each character.
  • Floating macros accessed by /click

    • You can make as many of these as you want.
  • Lua scripts of unlimited length

    • /sdm run <name>
    • sdm_RunScript("name")

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  • /sdm



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Seems to work for Legion

World of Warcraft > AddOns >

http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info6681
https://github.com/TekNoLogic/tekErr

A simple error manager. When an error is caught it will blink a small minimap icon to inform you. Clicking the icon opens a panel listing all errors. Clicking an error shows a full stack trace, handy to copy/paste into a bug report.

You can also access the panel via an LDB launcher or by typing /err or /tekerr

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_DevPadEditor

World of Warcraft > AddOns >

my update - https://github.com/spiralofhope/_DevPad.GUI

An in-game text editor and addon authoring tool (Lua).

Keep notes with it, write Lua scripts, or prototype addon concepts in its trimmed down development environment. Organize your scripts into folders and share them with other _DevPad users. Scripts can run automatically on login like mini addons, and can call each other like libraries or dependencies.

An absolutely spectacular AddOn that I'm not sure I can live without.



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