Additional formats #14


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Assigned to talryn1
  • trogdorhunter created this issue Sep 27, 2016

    alt-<mainName>
    @<mainName>

    Example:
    alt-Ubermage
    @Steve

    GuildGreet is unfortunately not using libAlts. The syntax they look for in guild notes is limited to the above format. In GuildGreet, @<name> is used to specify an alias such as a real life name or whatever the player wants to be called. The alt-<main> syntax is used to specify the main. I suggest adding both because doing so allows the users to choose to use the alias when provided or the main depending on guild culture/norms.

    Refrerences:
    * https://github.com/gOOvER/GuildGreet-Extended
    * https://mods.curse.com/addons/wow/guild-greet-extended
    * https://wow.curseforge.com/addons/guild-greet-extended/

  • trogdorhunter added the tags New Enhancment Sep 27, 2016
  • educolisao69 posted a comment Jun 7, 2017

    I use various guild management addons and for Alts addon become compatible with the other addons it was necessary to include more formats.
    To include the Alt <name> format I added the following method in Alts.lua file.

    [13] = {
    	-- Alt <name>
    	regex = "[Aa][Ll][Tt][ ]+([%a\128-\255-]+)",
    	description = "Alt <name>",
    	enabled = true,
    },

     


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