RaidTotems

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This project is inactive and its default file will likely not work with the most recent version of World of Warcraft. The author may have abandoned it, or it may have outlived its usefulness.

1.0

RaidTotems lets one person assign all totems and Earth Shield targets for all shamans in the raid.

/-commands to open the window: /raidtotems or /rtt

If a shaman has TotemTimers installed their totem timer buttons will automatically switch to the assigned totems and the Earth Shield timer will switch to its assigned target if configured so. If a shaman does not have TT installed he gets a whisper with his totem configuration and Earth Shield Target. Optionally the totem configuration and Earth Shield targets can be posted to the raid chat or a custom chat channel.

If a shaman has TotemTimers installed, RTT shows some information about his talent spec, this information is updated if a shaman switches his spec. If a shaman does not have TT installed it tries to inspect him, but does not update if the shaman switches his spec. RTT then provides a button to reinspect the shaman manually.

The totem configuration and Earth Shield target for a shaman is stored permanently and does not change or reset if a shaman or the player leaves the raid or the player relogs.

The buttons at the bottom are for managing totem sets. For each shaman his totems and ES target are saved/restored (so for example you can save different sets for specific boss fights). If you update a set with different shamans present in your raid absent shamans are not changed and new shamans added to it.

Please feel free to post comments, bug reports and feature requests.

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Facts

Date created
Nov 17, 2008
Category
Last update
Dec 11, 2011
Development stage
Inactive
Language
  • enUS
License
Curse link
RaidTotems
Downloads
29,520
Recent files
  • R: 1.4 for 4.3 Dec 11, 2011
  • A: r14 for 4.3 Dec 11, 2011
  • R: 1.3 for 4.0.1 Oct 27, 2010
  • A: r12 for 4.0.1 Oct 26, 2010
  • R: 1.2 for 3.3.0 Jan 14, 2010

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