RepBuddy

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Chatframe Output

RepBuddy

RepBuddy is a reputation enhancement addon. It provides detailed reputation statistics via the chatframe when reputation updates occur. It also keeps track of reputation gained on a per session basis.

Features:

Provides detailed reputation information via the chatframe when rep updates occur:

  • Reputation earned per update, amount required for next standing, current standing amount.
  • Estimated time left until next standing, number of repetitions at current rate, percentage complete.
  • Total reputation gained/lost for the faction.
  • Estimated Rep/Hour (RPH)
  • Time elapsed in session
  • Hides Blizzard reputation updates if desired.
  • Automatically change reputation tracker bar to reflect current reputation if desired.
  • Choose chatframe to output to.

Full GUI Config:

  • Enable/Disable in-game
  • Sample output based on optional settings (dynamically updated in config window when options change)
  • View session stats in chatframe
  • View current settings in chatframe
  • Open Blizzard reputation frame
  • Reset session
  • Suggest reset when entering instance

Other Features:

  • Remembers settings via database, profile.
  • Detects and uses Glamour if installed/desired to provide blizzlike "Achievement" alert on faction standing change.
  • In-game FAQ

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Facts

Date created
Feb 28, 2011
Category
Last update
Sep 25, 2012
Development stage
Inactive
Language
  • enUS
License
All Rights Reserved
Curse link
RepBuddy
Downloads
2,261
Recent files
  • R: v1.6 for 5.0.5 Sep 25, 2012
  • A: r30 for 5.0.5 Sep 25, 2012
  • R: v1.5 for 5.0.5 Sep 25, 2012
  • A: r28 for 5.0.5 Sep 25, 2012
  • R: v1.4 for 4.3.4 Dec 13, 2011

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