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AdiCCMonitor helps you keeping track of group crowd-control spells.

Note : the spells are likely not up-to-date with MoP.


It detects your own crowd-control spells and those of your party/raids and can provide feedbacks in two ways :

  • icons: a bar of icons showing running spells, their target symbols, their caster and the remaining time.
  • alerts: messages that can be sent to any channel (or chat window) for these events: spell applied/ended/broken, cast failures and about-to-end warning. There are no alerts for spells broken by players flagged as tanks.

AdiCCMonitor already comes with a bunch of options. Use /adiccmonitor, /acm or Interface options to open AdiCCMonitor configuration panel.

Known issues and limitations

  • missing or wrong target symbol: even though AdiCCMonitor does its best to detect the target symbols, this data is sometimes unavailable. Mouse-hovering the target should allow it to catch up.
  • inaccurate spell duration: the duration of some spells can be increased by talents. AdiCCMonitor uses the default duration until you mouse-hover or target the controlled creature. It will detect the accurate duration and remember it per caster. Also note that AdiCCMonitor does not track diminishing returns so it will probably be pretty inaccurate for players.
  • inaccurate alert for broken spells: fear, hex and entangling roots do not break on first damage and there is no “broken spell” event form them in contrary to the other spells. AdiCCMonitor tries to guess when those spells are broken but in this case it does not know by who.

Suggestions and feedback

You can submit bugs and suggestions using the WowAce ticket system (please check existing tickets before submitting a new one) and you can help localizing the configuration interface. Your Curse account works on

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  • Avatar of zohar101 zohar101 Jan 16, 2011 at 06:03 UTC - 0 likes

    Ah yes that would be cause I was using tullaCC. The stripped down version of omni by the same author basically. Should be the latest version of it from wowinterface. Yeah hovering to get the raid mark info is cumbersome so I can see why it's omitted. No matter.

    Last edited Jan 16, 2011 by zohar101
  • Avatar of Adirelle Adirelle Jan 15, 2011 at 22:21 UTC - 0 likes

    No timer bars. I hate them.

    From latest alpha, only spells from party/raid members should be tracked.

  • Avatar of KoraxSchwarzbart KoraxSchwarzbart Jan 15, 2011 at 20:16 UTC - 0 likes

    Nice Addon..just what i was looking for :-)

    Is it possible to build a timebar feature? I'd really love to see some bars, first running out on top of the list.

    Also it would be nice to have a square with the Raidicon just in front of the spellicon. Like [Raidicon][Spellicon][Bar with Mobname and time left or something in it?]

    Also i've noticed if someone around me who is not in my party uses CC's, they're also tracked but the icon wont disappear when i'm far away.

    The timer drops to 1 and the icon remains till i reload the UI. Maybe it's possible to track party members spells only?

  • Avatar of Adirelle Adirelle Jan 15, 2011 at 16:38 UTC - 0 likes

    I've used the OmniCC feature that prevents it to add its countdown to the icons. This is working fine with OmniCC-4.0.waffles11. Could you check which version of OmniCC you are using ?

    About the raid marks, AdiCCMonitor is using all sources it can to get them. Unfortunately, the SPELL_AURA_APPLIED event doesn't seem to hold that information (though it should). You can eventually detect it by hovering the CCed mob. I can barely do better with the available tools.

    For the announces, it seems to me that too much information would just render them unusable.

    Last edited Jan 15, 2011 by Adirelle
  • Avatar of zohar101 zohar101 Jan 15, 2011 at 15:16 UTC - 0 likes

    Not sure how much feedback you want on this. For those using omniCC, the omni timer starts taking up large portion of the icon, so you can't really tell what the spell is and the built in timer doesn't go away either so it doubles up. I can have the size cutoff to get rid of the omni timer but then your icons are way too small. And I generally find I like them on largest possible size in order to be able to tell what the cc is.

    Also, almost any cc has a raid mark on it. It would be a lot easier to track if each cc could have a raid mark that's on the mob being ccd and also name of whoever casted the cc in the first place. Feedback about broken cc is provided but it would be nice if you could tell who actually broke the cc and with what. And if you could have the option to ignore the tank for that. Just my 2c in case you're looking for suggestions:)


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