RaidSnapshot allows you to save snapshots of the raid setup and to restore them at a later time to its original group setup and raid assistants.
PLANNED FEATURES (NOT IMPLEMENTED)
* Take snapshots of the raid setup (group layout and assistants) * Restore the snapshot after the raid has changed (e.g. in the battlegrounds) * Name your snapshots for easy switching between PvP/PvE tactics * Snapshots are saved when you log out * Auto restore raid in battlegrounds
================Type /rss or /raidsnapshot to get a list of available commands. Usage:
/rss <command> or /raidsnapshot <command>Commands: /rss save [<id>]
Stores the current configuration. e.g. "/rss store" or "/rss store tactic1"/rss restore [<id>]
Restores the raid configuration. e.g. "/rss store" or "/rss restore tactic1"/rss list
Lists the id's of all snapshots./rss view [<id>]
View the contents of the snapshot (player names per group). e.g. "/rss view tactic1"/rss remove <id>
Removes a snapshot. e.g. "/rss remove tactic1"/rss clear
Removes all stored raid configurations. Use with caution./rss bgauto enable
Enable/disable autorestoring the raid in battlegrounds./rss rename <id> <new-id>
Rename the snapshot. e.g. "/rss rename tactic1 wintactic"/rss viewinparty [<id>] /rss viewinraid [<id>]
View the contents of the snapshot in party or raid chat. e.g. "/rss viewinparty tactic1"/rss viewinwhisper <id> <person-to-whisper>
Send the contents of the snapshot in a whisper. e.g. "/rss viewinwhisper tactic1 Legolas"/rss import who
Import from current /who list and save as "default" snapshot. e.g. "/who Wintergrasp" "/rss import who"/rss import cal
Import non-declined from calendar and save as "default" snapshot. Note: open the calendar event and type "/rss import cal"/rss import call
Import ALL from calendar (also declined) and save as "default" snapshot. Note: open the calendar event and type "/rss import call"/rss import calll
Import confirmed and accepted from calendar and save as "default" snapshot. Note: open the calendar event and type "/rss import calll"/rss invite [<id>]
Invites everyone in the snapshot to the raid e.g. "/rss invite" or "/rss invite tactic1"/rss channel [<id>] <channelname>
Invite everyone in the snapshot to a channel e.g. "/rss channel tactic1 mychannel" Note: you must be the owner of that channel./rss merge <id> <other-id>
Merges the two snapshots into <other-id>. e.g. "/rss merge lastnightsraid mybigsnapshot"Example usage:
PVP (automatic): Turn on the auto restore by typing /rss bgauto enable. Enter a battleground with your group. RaidSnapshot will automatically restore the raid setup.
PVP (manually): Manually organize players into groups for an AB tactic Type /rss save maintactic Move the players around in a different setup for a backup plan Type /rss save planB After entering the battlefield, type "/rss restore maintactic" or "rss restore planB", depending on the desired tactic.
PVE: At the start of the raid, sort the players according to the fights encountered in a dungeon with /rss save <fightname> Before each fight, run /rss restore <fightname>.
================2.2.0 - 2010/07/18 Import from calendar and from /who results. Invite the people that were saved in the snapshot to the raid. Invite the people that were saved in the snapshot to a channel. Added new commands: viewinparty, viewinraid, viewinwhisper 2.1.0 - 2008/08/13 Added command "/rss bgauto enable", which enables/disables autorestore in battlegrounds. Autorestore now works when joining a battleground from within another one. 2.1.0_beta1 - 2008/08/07 Copy and rename commands: /rss copy and /rss rename. Autorestore raid in battlegrounds. 2.0.3 - 2008/08/03 More verbose output. Fixed a bug that prevented 2.0.2 to work. 2.0.2 - 2008/08/03 Added copyright and updated the description. 2.0.1 - 2008/08/03 Internal code changes. Changed libs directory a bit. 2.0.0 - 2008/08/02 Rewritten using Ace-3.0 and RosterLib
================No known bugs.
PLANNED FEATURES (NOT IMPLEMENTED)
* Invite people saved in a snapshot * Add a graphical interface (GUI)
================Copy the RaidSnapshot directory to your World of Warcraft AddOns directory. Example: Copy the RaidSnapshot directory to [WoW installation directory]\Interface\Addons\RaidSnapshot Make sure the directory looks something like this: (depending on your WoW installation directory) C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Interface\AddOns\RaidSnapshot\RaidSnapshot.toc C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Interface\AddOns\RaidSnapshot\RaidSnapshot.lua ... etcetera ...