RaidChecklist

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Filters

Key: DOG
English: Dog
PetFamilies - Pet family names, must precisely match the in-game pet family names
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Key: HELP_COLORS
English: Each entry in the checklist is color-coded according to its status:

|cffb4b4b4Gray|r - The ability is not currently provided by anyone.

|cff0066ffBlue|r - Someone has the ability to provide this ability, but is in a raid sub-group that has been filtered out. To make the ability available, either move that player to an included sub-group, or adjust the raid group filtering from the settings panel.

|cff00ff00Green|r - At least one player is currently providing the ability.

|cffff0000Red|r - All players providing the ability are offline.

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Key: HELP_COLORS_HDR
English: What do the colors mean?
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Key: HELP_COMMANDS
English: RaidChecklist provides the commands /raidchecklist and /rcl to toggle the checklist with. There is also a keybind available for that action.

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Key: HELP_COMMANDS_HDR
English: What chat commands are available?
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Key: HELP_FLAG
English: The flag is an indication that only a single player, you, can provide that particular ability. That makes it your responsibility to use it!

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Key: HELP_FLAG_HDR
English: What does the |TInterface\AddOns\RaidChecklist\Textures\greenflag:0|t flag mean?
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Key: HELP_HUNTERPETS
English: Hunter pets are treated as an extension of the player, and RaidChecklist automatically updates to take into account any abilities provided by a summoned pet, be it yours or a group member's.

For hunters, RaidChecklist provides additional functionality. The first time you visit a stable master RaidChecklist will check what pets are "on call", and remember them. Abilities provided by the on-call pets are listed in blue in your checklist (but not anybody else's). If you see a blue |TInterface\AddOns\RaidChecklist\Textures\blueflag:0|t flag in your checklist, that is a good indication that you should consider calling the pet providing that ability, as you are the only one capable of providing it in the current group or raid.

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Key: HELP_HUNTERPETS_HDR
English: How are hunter pets handled?
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Key: HELP_INCOMBAT
English: That depends. RaidChecklist doesn't continuously scan for changes to the group setup the way some add-ons do. Instead it listens for game events which indicate that something of note has changed, such as a pet being summoned, someone doing a talent-respec, a player leaving the group, et.c. If such an event does happen while in combat then RaidChecklist updates, otherwise it doesn't.

Typically any actions performed by RaidChecklist will be so minimal they aren't even noticeable. The worst case scenario is probably if you join a raid in progress and accept a warlock's summon straight into combat. All of a sudden a lot of players will become available for talent inspection, which might possibly impact game performance if you are on a slow enough connection. Chances are it will still be imperceptible though.

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