This project is abandoned and its default file will likely not work with the most recent version of World of Warcraft. Whether this project is out of date or its author has marked it as abandoned, this project is no longer maintained.

RPHelm is designed to assist RPers in managing the visibility of their helm/cloak.  Here's what it can do for you:

- Can automatically set your helm/cloak visibility depending on whether or not your'e in combat.

- Can also do so based on PVP status, for those who like to use the PVP flag as a "ready for combat" RP flag.

- Gives you /helm and /cloak commands you can use to manually show/hide your helm and cloak.  The commands are designed to be macro-friendly, with the following features:

  - Just "/helm" or "/cloak" will toggle, showing it if it's hidden, or hiding it if it's shown.

  - Each can take "show" or "hide" as an option (or "on" or "off" as equivalents).

  - They will parse macro options, so you can do things like:

/helm [mod:alt] on; off

- If you want to have the /helm and /cloak commands, but don't want RPHelm to automatically manage your helm and cloak for you, simply turn off the "master" switch in RPHelm's configuration.  And speaking of that...

- There's also a /rphelm command.  By itself, it brings up RPhelm's configuration.  You can also use it to manually set your "combat ready" status with "/rphelm ready" or "/rphelm unready".  These will work even with the master switch turned off.  Lastly, you can use "/rphelm master" to toggle the master switch from the command line.

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