Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Archive for the ‘wow addons’ Category

Download

Mousing over quests shows the overview in a tooltip.
Option to display the quest overview if there’s no objectives.
Clicking on quests brings up the real quest log with that quest selected.
Displays the quest level in the quest title.
Elite quests display a ‘+’ in the level of the quest.
Completed quests show a ‘(Completed)’ in the quest title.
and much more

Advertisements

Read Full Post »

Download

This is a browseable, searchable in-game item database, with the caveat that it starts out empty.
It automatically adds item information that it picks from a number of different places: your character’s inventory, other characters’ inventories whenever you target them, links in chat, items in your bank, etc.

Read Full Post »

Download

The ability to have 1 or 2 Bars at the top and/or the bottom of your screen
Many built in Addons that give great a great core set of features
Easy to use Options to change features on the fly
Added Categories for Mod Authors to make finding there Mod easier inside Titan
Help with Menu overload

Read Full Post »

Download

This plugin provides you with in-game data on data that is collated by you at the auction house. You trigger the data gathering by either clicking the \”Scan\” button on the main page of the Auction House, or by typing \”/auctioneer scan\” manually.
It provides you with methods to identify the bargains at the auction house (the percentless and bidbroker commands) by identifying price trends and then finding items that will buyout or bidout for less than the trend data suggests should be it’s correct price. By identifying these items, you can play the market. Buying low and then relisting at the market norm.
This plugin also provides you with a database of vendor buy and sell prices, what professions will use the item and stack sizes for a relativly large set (about 11200) of common in-game items. This data is presented when you mouse over an item, and the tooltip appears (Yes, even when looting)

Read Full Post »