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Ouro Loot

Mar 21, 2013 Farmbuyer Release
What Ouro Loot tracks loot during a raid and then produces output formatted for pasting on a guild forum or similar place. Loot is optionally categorized by boss if you have Deadly Boss Mods installed. Loot can be annotated with notes (getting disenchanted, awarded for offspec, going to a guild vault, etcetera) and the forum output will be marked up appropriately. A longer-term history of loot is kept also. This addon does not replace or augment the Master Looter interface or behavior. In...
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Arbitrary Commands

Mar 21, 2013 Farmbuyer Release
Arbitrary Commands provides a popup menu containing player-programmable scripts or slash commands. The menu can be shown by any LDB launcher; by default a minimap-pimple icon is used. The scripts are gathered in nested menus, arranged by the player. The scripts can be either slash commands or snippets of Lua code, just like a long '/script'. I kept finding myself wanting to run the same bits of /script over and over, but didn't want to use up a macro slot OR find a place to store the macro...


Dec 05, 2012 durcyn Release
Crybaby warns when crowd control effects are broken, as well as when Misdirection and Tricks of the Trade are used, with names, hostility coloring, and raid icons. There is a known Blizzard bug which causes certain breaks to not be reported. This bug affects all addons which track such things, not just Crybaby. There is no known workaround, as the combat log events are simply not being generated at all.

QuestLog Collapse

Oct 19, 2012 Farmbuyer Release
By default, the quest log does not preserve the "collapsed" state of quest categories. That is, when you click the "-" on a category header to get them out of the way, they are all shown again the next time you log in. Continuing my tradition of making changes so trivial that nobody else would think to code them, this addon stores those settings across game sessions. That's all. Nothing fancy. At the start of MoP, I had thought this addon would no longer be required; I was wrong. This has...