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LibBars-1.0

Dec 13, 2011 Antiarc Mature
Library to provide visual bar creation and management.
Input box

LibDropdown-1.0

Aug 01, 2014 Antiarc Release
Addon Support Statement Hello everyone. I'm no longer actively playing World of Warcraft (and haven't for many months). I'm looking for someone to take over maintenance of my addons. If you're interested, and have at least one released addon, send me a message at [email protected] Addon Description A library for dropdown menus.Supports the following standard Ace3 structures: Color Execute Groups Header Input Range Select Toggle Usage local menuframe =...
SexyMap

SexyMap

Mar 10, 2014 funkydude Release
Make your minimap ubersexah! SexyMap is a minimap awesomification 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,...
Example configuration 1

Chatter

Dec 16, 2013 Antiarc Release
Chatter is a comprehensive, lightweight, mega-configurable chat enhancement addon. It supports a whole bunch of stuff, including: - Hiding buttons - Custom aliases for channel names - Coloring of player names by class or deterministic HSV formula, and player levels next to names - Custom font and font size for your chat frames - Custom background, border, and positioning for the edit box - Option to let the edit box border color match the color of the channel you are typing in - Channel...
Omen and its config

Omen Threat Meter

Dec 20, 2012 Xinhuan Release
Omen Omen is a threat meter. Basically, enemies in WoW decide who to attack by deciding who is the most threatening based on the abilities you use. What Omen does is provide accurate values of your group's relative threat level on individual enemies, so that you can see when you're in danger of pulling aggro (or, if you're next on the snack list if your tank bites it). This info is usually only critical in raids, where only tanks can survive aggro, but it's useful for any multi-player...