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Sep 27, 2015 funkydude Release
oRA3 oRA3 is the 3rd iteration of oRA, it features the following: Durability, Latency, Gear (item level, missing gems, missing enchants) and Zone checks. Battle Resurrection monitor. Cooldown monitor for just about every spell with a cooldown. Invites based on guild rank, zone, keyword, and guild-only keyword. Blizzard Maintank based maintank lists with custom sorting. Promoting to raid assistant based on guild rank, a list of names or just everyone. Intelligent ready check window that will...


Sep 24, 2015 funkydude Release
A library for transmitting and receiving durability information of players in your group. API LD:Register(addon, function) addon - The name of your addon (string) or your addon object (table) function - The name of function tied to the addon object (string) or a function reference LD:Unregister(addon) addon - The name of your addon (string) or your addon object (table) LD:RequestDurability(channel) channel - The name of the channel to request durability on (string) or nil/false/no value for...

BigWigs Bossmods

Sep 21, 2015 funkydude Release
Introduction Big Wigs is a boss encounter add-on. It consists of many individual encounter scripts, or boss modules; mini add-ons that are designed to trigger alert messages, timer bars, sounds, and so forth, for one specific raid encounter. Looking for functionality that Big Wigs doesn't cover? Try these addons: Little Wigs is a plugin for Big Wigs and covers all forms of 5 man and solo content. Capping covers various battleground and world PvP timers. oRA3 covers all sorts of raid...


Sep 21, 2015 funkydude Release
Logging utility for boss encounters.
AceGUI-3.0 Frame Widget


Sep 19, 2015 Kaelten Release
AddOn development framework A basic introduction to usage can be found here: Documentation can be found here: For historic purposes, the "old" documentation is still around on the old wiki, some articles may not be converted yet, and only exist on the old wiki:


Sep 19, 2015 funkydude Release
A library for transmitting and receiving latency information of players. API LL:Register(addon, function) addon - The name of your addon (string) or your addon object (table) function - The name of function tied to the addon object (string) or a function reference LL:Unregister(addon) addon - The name of your addon (string) or your addon object (table) LL:RequestLatency(channel) channel - The name of the channel to request latency on (string) or nil/false/no value for automatic. Valid...


Sep 19, 2015 funkydude Release
LibDBIcon-1.0 is a small library you can throw in your LDB addon that will create a small minimap icon for you and nothing more. Simply get a reference to the library in your addon like so; local icon = LibStub("LibDBIcon-1.0") Then after you've registered your LDB object called "MyLDB", you can do: icon:Register("MyLDB", myLDB, savedVarTable) Where myLDB is a object reference to your LDB display and savedVarTable is a table where the library can store data like minimap position, radius and...


Sep 19, 2015 funkydude Release
Timer bars with that extra sweetness. LibCandyBar-3.0 provides very simple timed bars, in the spirit of CandyBar-2.0. Documention: API


Sep 19, 2015 funkydude Release
Provides several dropdown item types that can be used with AceGUI-3.0's AceGUIWidget-DropDown in order to style font, statusbar and sound-dropdowns properly, making it easier for the user to select the preferred item. LibDDI can also be used with AceConfig option tables with the 'select' type, using the itemControl property. The following item types are available: DDI-Font, DDI-Statusbar, DDI-Sound and DDI-RaidIcon. Pull LibDDI-1.0 in via your TOC/embeds.xml and make sure it's loaded after...

BadBoy: Spam Blocker & Reporter

Sep 16, 2015 funkydude Release
BadBoy Highlights: Blocking & reporting spam: gold, hack, phishing, account trading, runescape gold trading, casino, illegal item selling, etc... A 20 line chat buffer/throttle to prevent people spamming the same message one after another. Configuration screen by typing /badboy The following are not scanned and cannot be reported/blocked by this addon: Friends, Real ID friends, Guild, Party, Raid, GM's. The following channels are monitored: Trade, General, Yell, Whispers. Please post missed...
Boss Menus


Sep 08, 2015 funkydude Release
Description To put it simply, these are BigWigs modules that add some warnings to the bosses found in 5-man instances. Usage Drop this folder into the Addons folder like any other addon. It automatically integrates with BigWigs. Should you desire not to see some of the modules in the menu because you feel you don't want them, just delete the corresponding bosses .lua file or the entire zone folder. Additional Requirements The latest version of BigWigs Bossmods. Contributing LittleWigs is an...


Aug 31, 2015 funkydude Release
Please translate this library here: LibSink-2.0 is a small library that you can throw in to easily get configuration options for your addon on where it should output any kind of messages. By default, LibSink-2.0 supports several addons as output "sinks"; Blizzard floating combat text, MSBT, SCT, Parrot, BCF. And if that's not enough it can also route your output to any ingame channel, like raid warning, party chat, say. Or just to a local...


Aug 23, 2015 funkydude Release
A library to force common FCF (Floating Chat Frame) functions to create and use animations instead of using UIFrameFlash. You need this library if: Your addon hooks the `.AddMessage` functionality of a Chat Frame to modify the output. Your addon makes use of chat event filters. (ChatFrame_AddMessageEventFilter) What will this do for my addon? If your addon does make use of one of the above 2 features, it will prevent your addon being blamed for blocking talent changes. An in-depth explanation...


Aug 23, 2015 funkydude Release
This addon is a Big Wigs plugin and requires Big Wigs to run. Displays messages and bars for common raid cooldowns.


Aug 23, 2015 funkydude Release
!BugGrabber is a small addon that simply grabs all Lua errors generated by WoW and makes them available to you through the /buggrabber slash command. Regular users should not use !BugGrabber. It is not designed to silence Lua errors - you can do that yourself from the Blizzard interface options. !BugGrabber is for developers. However, if you want to provide the developers of your favorite addon with useful bug reports, installing !BugGrabber and BugSack would be sensible. For casual...


Aug 02, 2015 funkydude Release
Type /bcm to configure BasicChatMods, a basic and modular approach to chat customization. By default BCM will allow you to drag your chat frames to the very edge of the screen, the remaining customization is done in BCM's modules which can be enabled or disabled at will. A few of the current modules include: Button Hiding Channel Name Customization Chat Copy Font Customization Chat Frame Justification Player Name Customization Real Id Class Coloring Sticky Customization Tell Target Timestamp...

BadBoy_Guilded: Block Guild Advertising

Jul 29, 2015 funkydude Release
This is a plugin for BadBoy: Main features: Remove guild adverts from General/Trade/LFG Optional features: Remove guild invite whispers Block guild invites


Jul 19, 2015 funkydude Release
A basic addon for numerical display of current combo points. Customizable in the Interface Options. Features: Separate sizes for points Separate colors for points Shared Media font selection Locking in place Options: /bcp /basiccombopoints

BadBoy_CCleaner: Filter Crap From Chat

Jul 19, 2015 funkydude Release
This is a plugin for BadBoy: Main features: Removes chat lines that contain certain words. Optional features: Add/remove your own words to/from the list. Remove raid icons from public chat. Type /badboy to configure. Note: BadBoy_CCleaner will only scan official public channels (gen/trade/etc) and Yells. The name BadBoy_CCleaner is inspired from the much loved freeware Windows program CCleaner which is used by millions of people to remove crap from...


Jul 14, 2015 funkydude Release
*** Currently in beta *** Backstory: When VEM first came out I told the author how easy it would be to make his addon a plugin for BigWigs rather than forking the entirety of DBM. The author was adamant that a fork was easier for him. I disagreed, but never pursued it further as I didn't think it would really be popular. I was clearly wrong as its popularity is visible with the current drama surrounding it. Current situation: My addon development time (me as in "funkydude") is finite which is...