A cartload of WoW mods

WoWOkay guys, take a deep breath. We got five WoW mods for you to download. What exactly are those? Go take a look:

First on the list is Bust-a-Shard by Moongaze. According to the dev, this is a Bust-a-Move clone but that’s affected by the game client’s framerate or FPS. If the FPS goes down to 15, then this game’s going to be slow. So basically, the more FPS you have the better.

Next stop is ItemRack-BC 1.984, made by Gello. The dev says that this mod makes equipment swapping easier by adding equipment slots to a bar. Hovering the mouse over the bar will lead to a menu of all the items that go in that slot. The same dev also made a notepad mod, TinyPad- BC 1.51, which is also available here.

Daviesh made a mod plugin for WoW named AtlasLoot Enhanced. According to him, a host mod such as Atlas or Alphamap is needed for this to work, so before you go check this mod plugin out, make sure that you already have the necessary tools for it to work.

Lastly, we have BookStore 2 v2.2 by deffling, which is based on Ed Farrow’s BookStore. Basically, this addon enables players to save copies of in-game writings such as books, parchments and letters. So if you want to get yourself hooked more in WoW lore, then you might want to check this one out.

Download: [Bust-a-Shard]
Download: [ItemRack-BC 1.984]
Download: [TinyPad- BC 1.51]
Download: [AtlasLoot Enhanced]
Download: [BookStore 2 v2.2]

WoWOkay guys, take a deep breath. We got five WoW mods for you to download. What exactly are those? Go take a look:

First on the list is Bust-a-Shard by Moongaze. According to the dev, this is a Bust-a-Move clone but that’s affected by the game client’s framerate or FPS. If the FPS goes down to 15, then this game’s going to be slow. So basically, the more FPS you have the better. Here are the directions and instructions:

  • While left-clicking and holding the mouse button upon the shooting device, move your mouse left or right to aim. Right-click the shooting device to shoot the shard upward. When all the shards are removed, you will advance to the next round. If any shards happen to land under the ‘danger’ line, it’s game over.
  • (Version 0.8 only has 15 rounds, being that this is a public test.)
  • Installation:
  • Pretty much like all other mods. Just copy the contents of the zip file into your Interface/Addons directory. Should be good to go!
  • Slash Commands:
  • To play game, type: /bas
  • To show game, type: /bas show
  • To hide game, type: /bas hide

Next stop is ItemRack-BC 1.984, made by Gello. The dev says that this mod makes equipment swapping easier by adding equipment slots to a bar. Hovering the mouse over the bar will lead to a menu of all the items that go in that slot.

Instructions:

  • __ New in 1.984 __
  • – ESC key temporarily disabled to prevent interfering with stuff like pet bar appearing in combat
  • __ New in 1.983 __
  • – Buttons should work again after 10/19 beta patch
  • __ New in 1.982 __
  • – Changed to ‘inventory’ secure button types
  • __ New in 1.981 __
  • – Conforms to new secure UI
  • __ New in 1.98 __
  • – Update for Lua 5.1

Steup:

  • Initially the ItemRack is empty. You choose which armor slots to add to the bar with Alt+Click:
  • 1. Open your character window (‘C’ is the default key)
  • 2. Alt+Click equipment slots to the bar. For instance: Alt+Click your helm to add the head slot to ItemRack. Alt+Click it again to remove it. You can add as many equipment slot as you want.
  • 3. That’s it really. Mouseover that item and if any other item can go in that slot it will display it in a menu.

TinyPad- BC 1.51 is a notepad mod made again by Gello. The notes are in bullet points below, so go check ’em out:

  • __ New in 1.51 __
  • * ESC key temporarily disabled to prevent interfering with stuff like pet bar appearing in combat
  • __ New in 1.5 __
  • * Updated for Lua 5.1
  • __ Features __
  • * Resizable
  • * Multiple Pages
  • * Clean UI
  • * Runs Lua scripts
  • To summon: /tinypad or /pad or set a key binding
  • To resize: drag the resize grip in the lower right corner of the window.
  • The mod should be self explanatory how to use. Mouseover buttons to see what they do.
  • __ Notes __
  • * Searches are case insensitive.
  • * You can bind a key to search.
  • * Pages aren’t ‘saved’ until you leave the page, so expect Search to not find new stuff on your current page.
  • * While locked, the window won’t go away with ESC, but you can still toggle it with /pad or a key binding.
  • * You can also run pages with /script TinyPad.Run(page)

Daviesh made a mod plugin for WoW named AtlasLoot Enhanced. According to him, a host mod such as Atlas or Alphamap is needed for this to work, so before you go check this mod plugin out, make sure that you already have the necessary tools for it to work. Here are the notes:

  • Configuration Menu: Simply type /atlasloot to set your tooltip and chat link modes as well as other options.
  • Drop Rates have been included for all instances.
  • If you have Lootlink or ItemSync installed, you can use tooltips generated by them instead of the default tooltip. I recommend the Lootlink tooltips, they handle data not in your local cache well.
  • If an item has (no iteminfo) after it you can only get the tooltip via Lootlink or ItemSync. Be careful with ItemSync, it is unstable on items not seen on your server (just the way ItemSync is). Lootlink works a treat.
  • Just shift-click items to link in the chat window. Two modes:
  • Chat Links Safe Mode: Can only link items without the (no iteminfo) tag. Slight chance of disconnect if you have an item in your local cache the server has not seen for a while, but unlikely.
  • Chat Link ALL ITEMS: USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Strong chance of disconnects, especially on items your server hasn’t seen yet.
  • Control-click on ‘safe’ loot to use the dressing room.
  • Use of EquipCompare can now be controlled through the options menu
  • Simply edit the file ‘dkp.lua’ using data from localization.en.lua (for the item ID numbers) and your guild’s fixed price values to allow for DKP values to be shown in the tooltip. The stubs of some Lucifron items have been included to get you started and show you how it’s done.
  • Want Atlasloot Loot tables in your mod? Simply call the new function AtlasLoot_ShowBossLoot().
  • Example: You want to see Lucifron’s loot attached to you player portrait….
  • pFrame = {‘TOPLEFT’, ‘PlayerFrame’, ‘BOTTOMRIGHT’, 0, 0 }
  • AtlasLoot_ShowBossLoot(MCLucifron, ‘Lucifron’, pFrame);
  • pFrame is an array holding how to display the loot.
  • pFrame = { anchor point, frame to anchor to, relative anchor point, x offset, y offset }
  • AtlasLoot_ShowBossLoot has the location of the data, text to be displayed as the boss name and the pFrame.
  • AtlasLoot_ShowBossLoot( dataID, Boss Name, pFrame)

Lastly, we have BookStore 2 v2.2 by deffling, which is based on Ed Farrow’s BookStore. Basically, this addon enables players to save copies of in-game writings such as books, parchments and letters. So if you want to get yourself hooked more in WoW lore, then you might want to check this one out.

Features:

  • Search via slash command and interface
  • FuBar2 support
  • Titan Panel support
  • mouse wheel support on Books and Store
  • stores up to 240 books and more
  • new improved minimap icon
  • uses the correct texture of books instead of the generic one

Upgrade Notes:
You can safely update to this version, as the data is compatible. However, the texture used will still be the generic one.

Download: [Bust-a-Shard]
Download: [ItemRack-BC 1.984]
Download: [TinyPad- BC 1.51]
Download: [AtlasLoot Enhanced]
Download: [BookStore 2 v2.2 ]

Via World of War

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