Set Collector

Alliance Raid Set

Set Collector is an add-on for World of Warcraft that allows the player to view various gear sets on their character and track the progress of their collection.

Getting Ready for Legion

Work is well underway on SetCollector v.3, which switches from item tracking to appearance tracking based of the new Transmog system introduced in WoW version 7.0. All of the base functionality from version 2 has been ported over and the bulk of the work now is building the new database.

For those willing to try out the alpha releases, I have already included the Legion Pre-Launch Event sets and previews of the upcoming Tier 19 raid sets for all classes.

Stay tuned for a beta...soon.

Localization

Interested in helping localize Set Collector? Translations can be submitted here: http:www.wowace.com/addons/setcollector/localization/

Key Features

Players are able to view a list of collections (e.g., Raid, Dungeon or PvP) and their sets (e.g., Tier 15/Shaman/Melee) to select for preview. If there are multiple variants of the sets (e.g., Raid Finder/Normal/Heroic or Red/Blue) then each variant is available for preview as well.

The list of sets is filtered by the activated specialization by default, but also allows for viewing off-spec sets or all sets for the class or armor type. It can also be filtered by sets marked as favorite. Right-click on the set or an unselected variant to mark it as a favorite. You can also filter by whether then set can be obtained or used for transmogrification.

In addition, Set Collector allows the player see their progress toward completing each set and set variant. A check mark will be displayed to show whether you have completed any or all of the variants in the set.

Set Collector also has key binding available to launch the UI. Currently located in the Other category in the Key Binding interface.

Included Gear Sets

Current gear sets in Set Collector include:

  • Legendaries (Classic through Warlords of Draenor)
  • Raid Tier sets (Tier 1 through Tier 19)
  • Dungeon sets (1-3 as well as AQ sets)
  • Challenge Mode Dungeon Sets (Mists of Pandaria)
  • PvP sets (Seasons 14-15, Warlords Seasons 1-3)
  • Garrison Sets
  • Holiday sets (No transmog. Just for fun)

Slash Commands

Here are some of the notable slash commands for Set Collector.

  • /setcollector - Toggles the Set Collector UI display
  • /setcollector button - Toggles the minimap button
  • /setcollector show - Shows the Set Collector UI (new)
  • /setcollector hide - Hides the Set Collector UI (new)
  • /setcollector sort - Toggles the default collection sort (new)
  • /setcollector sort [asc|desc] - Specifies the sort direction (new)
  • /setcollector resetdb - Rebuilds the collection db (may help if the db gets corrupted or there is an issue with a Set Collector update)
  • /setcollector help - Displays the Set Collector slash command help information. (new)

Bugs and Support

Did you find a bug? Do you have a feature that you would like to see added to Set Collector?

If so, you can submit them here: http:www.wowace.com/addons/setcollector/tickets/

Acknowledgements

My thanks go out to Nefret, Phanx, Okerhs and the many others who have helped providing testing and feedback at various stages throughout the development.

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  • 4 comments
  • Avatar of Lomiedo Lomiedo Aug 23, 2016 at 02:34 UTC - 0 likes

    Sure. The two values in the A function are appearance ID and source ID. I have not found anything online that provides this information but I have setup a version of Set Collector 2 on my comp so I can run them side-by-side to get those IDs. The /setcollector debug option will add that information to the item's tooltip when hovering over it.

  • Avatar of Barkskin Barkskin Aug 23, 2016 at 00:10 UTC - 0 likes

    Is there any way for us to help you add more sets? I took a look at the db format. Where do the two values in the A function come from for each set? Such as:

    AddVariant(70000,nil,col,set,"NORMAL",OBTAIN,TRANSMOG,A(14106,30068),A(14082,30070),A(13978,30066),A(14105,30067),A(13979,30069))

    Each one of those relates to a piece, but I don't know where those can be sourced.

  • Avatar of Lomiedo Lomiedo Aug 07, 2016 at 03:04 UTC - 0 likes

    @transformis: Go

    Thanks for following the development of Set Collector! Version 2 did not survive the update to WoW 7.0 which caused the behavior your were seeing before installing the Set Collector Version 3 alphas.

    With the introduction of the new Appearances Collection, it is time for Set Collector to move from monitoring items in your inventory, bags, bank, and void storage to monitoring your appearances. This is requiring a full rewrite for version 3. This is why so much of the functionality was lost moving from version 2 to one of the early alphas.

    Version 3 is coming along nicely and am currently on track to have a beta next weekend and a release of Set Collector version 3 by the launch of Legion.

    Thanks again!

  • Avatar of transformis transformis Aug 07, 2016 at 01:14 UTC - 0 likes

    When I first installed this addon and logged in, nothing matched. The character display would show random pieces of gear on my toon and not even full sets. Then as further updates came out, it worked less and less until now the list is completely blank.

    http://imgur.com/a/Y5Evd

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Facts

Date created
Aug 18, 2014
Category
Last update
Aug 30, 2016
Development stage
Release
Language
  • enUS
License
All Rights Reserved
Curse link
Set Collector
Downloads
51,142
Recent files
  • A: r127 for 7.0.3 Aug 30, 2016
  • A: r126 for 7.0.3 Aug 28, 2016
  • A: r124 for 7.0.3 Aug 26, 2016
  • A: r123 for 7.0.3 Aug 25, 2016
  • A: r122 for 7.0.3 Aug 24, 2016

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