Who's That?

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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.

What is Who's That?

Who's That? provides extremely helpful information about your friends and guild members.

What kind of information?

Guild

If you're part of a guild, you know how frustrating it can be when someone logs on and you have no idea whether that person is a guild member or a friend. Who's That? will change the color of guild members' logon/logoff messages to your guild chat color (by default, but this is configurable!), so you can easily tell who is who.

Friends

Have you ever noticed that your friends list got smaller because someone deleted their character or transferred servers, but you have no idea who? Who's That? will tell you exactly which friend is no longer on your list. You can also change the color of friends' logon/logoff mesages.

Anything else?

Who's That? also allows you to use nicknames for your friends (or enemies?) that will replace their character name in messages. You can also set nicknames for NPC's and pets.

There are lots of ideas that may be implemented into Who's That? in the near future. If you have anything you'd like to see in this addon, drop a comment and let me know!

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  • 1 comment
  • Avatar of Djuice Djuice Sep 14, 2008 at 20:22 UTC - 0 likes

    Who's That? 1.0 is released! This version brings back the "Report Spam" option, uses Blizzard's API to set notes, and tells you WHO deleted their character instead of the default "Player not found." message.

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Facts

Date created
Jan 06, 2008
Categories
Last update
Oct 27, 2011
Development stage
Inactive
Language
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License
All Rights Reserved
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Who's That?
Downloads
6,734
Recent files
  • R: 2.1 for 4.2 Oct 27, 2011
  • R: 2.0 for 4.2 Oct 24, 2011
  • R: 1.7 for 3.3.0 Dec 09, 2009
  • R: 1.6 for 3.1.0 Jul 26, 2009
  • R: 1.5 for 3.0.8 Jan 27, 2009

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