CombatSound Unattached

combatsoundWe have yet another one to add to your growing list of World of Warcraft mods! Pimpace (Pexorn) has just posted CombatSound Unattached, a mod which enables sound notifications whenever you perform certain actions.

CombatSound Unattached is based on CombatSound v1.4 from Ikarus and modified by VincentGdG, and makes it easier for WoW users to know whether they have already performed certain actions such as dodging and parrying.

Here’s a list of actions that’ll activate the sound notifications: target dodge, you hit (spell melee) and got hit critically, you heal and got critical heal by self or other, enter and leave combat, health drops below 20%, random kill praise, score combo points (rogue class only), use windfury weapon (shaman class only), and of course, when you die.

This version also features special abilities by class but it’s still in the experimental phase, so you will not hear any sounds just yet, but you will be notified via text. This applies to the warriors ‘bloodrage’ and ‘battle shout’ abilities, where you will be sent a message five seconds before cooling down.
You can also watch your ability’s buff cooldown and you will be notified by sound before it cools down completely (you can set the time in seconds).

Now, for cautions, installation instructions, and other notes:
Bugs: If you have the old 1.4 version installed, you must delete the whole directory first and uninstall the addon before you can download this pack and unzip it into the correct directory.

Installation:
As usual, unzip the file into ‘…InterfaceAddOns’ directory, also, you can use /coms or /combatsound to invoke the option window. This option panel allows you to turn effects on or off. The soundconfig.lua file in the pack can be used to exchange sound effects but you need to replace or copy the new sound into the ‘Sounds’ directory first.

Download: [CombatSound Unattached 1.3]

Via World of War

combatsoundWe have yet another one to add to your growing list of World of Warcraft mods! Pimpace (Pexorn) has just posted CombatSound Unattached, a mod which enables sound notifications whenever you perform certain actions.

CombatSound Unattached is based on CombatSound v1.4 from Ikarus and modified by VincentGdG, and makes it easier for WoW users to know whether they have already performed certain actions such as dodging and parrying.

Here’s a list of actions that’ll activate the sound notifications: target dodge, you hit (spell melee) and got hit critically, you heal and got critical heal by self or other, enter and leave combat, health drops below 20%, random kill praise, score combo points (rogue class only), use windfury weapon (shaman class only), and of course, when you die.

This version also features special abilities by class but it’s still in the experimental phase, so you will not hear any sounds just yet, but you will be notified via text. This applies to the warriors ‘bloodrage’ and ‘battle shout’ abilities, where you will be sent a message five seconds before cooling down.
You can also watch your ability’s buff cooldown and you will be notified by sound before it cools down completely (you can set the time in seconds).

Now, for cautions, installation instructions, and other notes:
Bugs: If you have the old 1.4 version installed, you must delete the whole directory first and uninstall the addon before you can download this pack and unzip it into the correct directory.

Installation:
As usual, unzip the file into ‘…InterfaceAddOns’ directory, also, you can use /coms or /combatsound to invoke the option window. This option panel allows you to turn effects on or off. The soundconfig.lua file in the pack can be used to exchange sound effects but you need to replace or copy the new sound into the ‘Sounds’ directory first.

Download: [CombatSound Unattached 1.3]

Via World of War

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