Optional Add-ons


The add-ons below can be considered Optional. All of them are compatible with each other and all of them work with the current revision of WoW. You can download the full zipped add-on package HERE Or you can download the individual files below..

If there are any add-ons you feel need to be here, submit an e-mail.

All Descriptions taken from authors descriptions.

Atlas Add-ons



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For some reason, Blizzard decided to include beautiful maps for every area of Azeroth except instances. You can still see the area surrounding you in the minimap when you're in an instance, but never the overall layout of the entire dungeon. This is where Atlas comes in. The core of Atlas is basically an image viewer. However, it's the images that come with Atlas that make it worthwhile: a map for every instance in the game. Furthermore, the maps are marked with the locations of bosses and other points of interest. Atlas also includes maps of battlegrounds, dungeon locations, flight points, and outdoor raid bosses.

After installing Atlas, you'll notice a new icon on the minimap that looks like part of a little globe (you can right-click the icon to drag it around the minimap's frame). Click this icon to open up the main Atlas window, which displays the maps and legend. You can alternatively use the slash-command /atlas. The drop-downs at the top of the window enable you to navigate between the maps. You can also drag the Atlas window around the screen. Lock it in place with the little lock button in the upper-right corner.

At the bottom of the legend is a small text-entry field as well as Search and Reset buttons. Type part of a word or name in the box and click the Search button, and the legend's entries are reduced to only those that match your text. Note that the search is performed only on the entries for the current map, not all the entries in the database. While not so useful for instances with only a few entries like Ragefire Chasm, the search comes in handy when there are a ton of entries, like for Blackrock Depths or the AtlasMajorCities plug-in. If you want to get the whole list back, just click Reset.

Before Installing

· Any previous versions of Atlas must be deleted prior to installation.
· Atlas plugins (AtlasLoot, AtlasQuest, etc.) designed for any version of Atlas prior to this one must be deleted.
· Map packs supplied by Daviesh for Atlas 1.8.6 must be deleted prior to installation (they're unnecessary now anyway).

AtlasLoot Enhanced

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==Stand-alone UI==
Simply type /atlasloot or click the minimap button to view the new UI or to set options

==Drop Rates==
Drop Rates have been included for all instances.

==Enhanced tooltips==
If you have Lootlink or ItemSync installed, you can use tooltips generated by them instead of the default tooltip. I recommend the Lootlink tooltips, they handle data not in your local cache well.

If an item has (no iteminfo) after it you can only get the tooltip via Lootlink or ItemSync. Be careful with ItemSync, it is unstable on items not seen on your server (just the way ItemSync is). Lootlink works a treat.

==Chat Links==
Just shift-click items to link in the chat window. Two modes:
Chat Links Safe Mode: Can only link items without the (no iteminfo) tag. Slight chance of disconnect if you have an item in your local cache the server has not seen for a while, but unlikely.
Chat Link ALL ITEMS: USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Strong chance of disconnects, especially on items your server hasn't seen yet.

==Dressing Room==
Control-click on 'safe' loot to use the dressing room.

Use of EquipCompare can now be controlled through the options menu

==Use with fixed price DKP systems==
Simply edit the file 'dkp.lua' using data from localization.en.lua (for the item ID numbers) and your guild's fixed price values to allow for DKP values to be shown in the tooltip. The stubs of some Lucifron items have been included to get you started and show you how it's done.


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AtlasWorld is an plugin for Atlas, that adds three new images, one of them is Eastern Kingdoms, and the others are Kalimdor, and Outlands. These images will contain the locations for Major Cities, Instances, Towns, Outdoor Raid Encounters, and PVP Areas/Zones.

Atlas Major Cities

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AtlasMajorCities is a plugin for Atlas (by Dan Gilbert) that add the possibility to browse the Major Cities maps with almost every Non-playing characters (NPCs) that you can interact with. It also include an advanced search function and, because of this, this plugin will ONLY work with Atlasv1.8.6 beta 5 or later!

***Note*** Needs the Atals LUA update to work. Get that HERE


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This is a High Quality map pack add-on for Atlas, it changes all the old maps in Atlas to new (almost) unmodified maps.

Auctioneer Add-on

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Auctioneer is an addon that allows you to view information about an item that may be useful in helping you determine what it's worth.

Straight out of the box, Auctioneer knows much about many items in the game, and will tell you many things about the item when you move your mouse over the item in the game.

Right at the start, the information that is provided (via the Informant addon) to the user is:

An example tooltip:

  • Linen Cloth
  • Buy 3 (0.55 each) 1s65c
  • Sell 3 (0.13 each) 39c
  • Stacks in lots of 20
  • Class: Trade Goods
  • Used for: Smithing, First Aid,Engineering, Tailoring
  • Quest items in 4 quests

So what does this tell the user ?

  1. It tells the user that they are looking at the item "Linen Cloth"
  2. The buy price (that you can buy this item from vendors for) for three of these items is 1 silver and 65 coppers. (which is 55 coppers each)
  3. The sell price (that you can sell this item back to the vendors for) for three of these items is 39 coppers. (which is 13 coppers each)
  4. This item can be stacked together up to a maximum stack size of 20 items
  5. Blacksmithing , First aid , Tailoring and Engineering professions all use this item in their trades.
  6. It is a quest-item in 4 quests.

Note: Items that you may not actually be able to buy from vendors still have a value in the game. This value determines things like deposit price and starting price at the auction house and repair costs for durability damage.

Gatherer Add-on

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Gatherer is an addon for herbalists, miners and treasure hunters in World of Warcraft. It's main purpose is to track the closest plants, deposits and treasure locations on your minimap.

The addon does not track like a tracking ability does, rather it "remembers" where you have found various items in the past. It does this whenever you gather (perform herbalism, mining or opening) on an item, and records the specific map location in its history. From then on, whenever the item comes into range of being one of the closest 1-25 (configurable) items to your present location, it will pop up on you minimap.

When you view your World Map, you will also see the item locations marked on the particular map you are viewing there.


Just use the game as normal. When you gather things, they will appear on your minimap and your main map. If you want to configure the addon, click the Gatherer configuration icon floating around your minimap frame or type /gather options.

User Interface Add-ons


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CTMod is a custom user interface for World of Warcraft that adds tools ranging from the most basic functionality enhancements to advanced gameplay features, based on what the user needs. If you are just beginning to use UI mods or are a seasoned veteran looking to enhance your UI, CTMod likely has something for you.

This package contains: CT_Core v2.002, CT_BarMod v2.003, CT_BottomBar v2.003, CT_BuffMod v2.03, CT_ExpenseHistory v2.002, CT_MailMod v2.01, CT_MapMod v2.002, CT_PartyBuffs v2.01, CT_RaidAssist v2.003, CT_RABossMods v2.01, CT_Timer v2.02, CT_UnitFrames v2.002, CT_Viewport v2.01

For Information on individual components please visit the main add-on homepage. Thank you.


Titan Add-ons

Titan Panel

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Titan Panel adds a control panel bar on the top and/or bottom of the screen and allows a framework for extensive plugin support.

  • The ability to have 1 or 2 bars at the top and/or the bottom of your screen.
  • Many builtin plugins that provide a great core set of features.
  • Easy to use menus and options to change features on the fly.
  • Fully supported plugin system. All modules on the panel are plug-n-play.

For a list of included modules visit the home page.


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Titan Panel [Guild]: A simple guild list for the Titan Panel AddOn.

- Lists online guild members in a tooltip, green rank text indicating an officer
- Menu shows names of online members, with click to /whisper functionality. Green text = officer
- Menu has options to /guild chat and /officer chat
- Menu has option to toggle Show offline members, which changes this setting in your Social frame, Guild tab
- Advanced menus to /w, /invite, /friend or /who guild members
- Shows default messages if the player is not a member of a guild
- Updates the guild listing every 5 minutes to accommodate the GuildRoster() delay. The update only takes place if
the player is 'idle' and not accessing conflicting UI frames or Titan elements
- Tooltip and right-click menu content is sortable using the Sort menu option, works like the guild frame
- Colors rank names (Advanced) or player names (Simple) based on rank index
- To save space, player can turn off menu options
- Filtering on a level range and zone, as it relates to the player
- Filtering on a single class in the player's faction
- Paging of simple and advanced right-click menu contents to deal with large-guild issues
- In the right-click menu, click on a guild member name to send them a whisper
- Enable 'Show Advanced Menus' to create submenus for each online guild member based on rank
- Left-click on button to toggle the Friends Frame > Guild Tab

Titan Calander

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Displays event times and upcoming events

- What Battleground weekend it is
- When and where the next Darkmoon Faire is
- When the Fishing Extravaganza is
- When the next GEM event I signed up for is
- When the next annual world event is

Configurable options:

Show Day of the Week - If no events today, the bar will show either the day of the week or the date.

Use GEM database - weither or not to scan GEM's database for signed-up events. Will automatically disable if it can not find GEM.

Date format USA - sets the date format to MM/DD/YYYY. Unchecking this option will change the displayed date to DD/MM/YYYY.

Titan Net Worth

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A simple plugin to Titan Panels which displays your total net worth of items and gold. This mod requires Auctioneer to be enabled so that it can use Auctioneer's database to determine item values.

When your bank frame is opened or when you pick up an item, this mod will scan through your bag contents and determine your items' value based on the median buyout prices stored in Auctioneer. If Auctioneer doesn't have the price of a particular item then it won't be added to your total, which means the estimates aren't entirely accurate. Also, things like soulbound items generally won't be found on auction and hence cannot have their value estimated this way.

Titan Professions

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This plugin adds professions to a Titanpanel menu. It gives an overview of the skill level of each profession. Each profession entry in the menu can be clicked to open the corresponding profession window. Clicking on a gathering professions has no effect.

Misc Add-ons


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ATSW is a complete replacement for Blizzards tradeskill window with more overview and special functions.

This replacement (works for all tradeskills, now even enchanting!) provides you with:

- a better overview
The ATSW is bigger than the standard window, resulting in a much better overview over the thousands of items you can produce. Additionally, it lets you sort your recipes either by groups (as in the standard window), alphabetically or by difficulty. Alternatively, ATSW even lets you create your own groups and sort the recipes the way you like!
ATSW also has a filter function: enter something into the filter line and ATSW hides all recipes that don't contain the text you entered. But this filter function can do more: it's a powerful search function that can filter for minimum/maximum level requirements, producable item counts, item rarity (color) and reagents necessary. Check out the readme for details on using this function!

- more comfort
The ATSW has a production queue: you can queue several different items and have them all produced automatically by just clicking one button.
The ATSW is able to consider items you have to produce in order to use them as reagents in the production of other items. So: if you need item A to produce item B, you don't have to manually produce first item A, then item B. The ATSW does that for you: you just tell it to produce item B and it automatically queues the production of item A and - afterwards - item B. If you are missing some reagents to produce both items you get a message telling you exactly which reagents you need.
ATSW helps you telling your friends what reagents you need for a specific item: just click on a recipe with your shift-key pressed and the chat line opened and the reagent info will be added to the chat line.
ATSW shows you what reagents you need to process the whole production queue. It even tells you how many of each reagent you have in your bank, on alternative characters on the same server (in this case, it can even tell you on which characters) and which reagents are buyable from merchants. In case of buyable reagents ATSW can automatically buy all missing and available items from a merchant when you are speaking to him.


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ReMinimap was originally created to revive the dLx Minimap mod by 'grimman' which was abandoned. Various features from Square Minimap (by Davik) were included, and community feedback has asked for features from or similar to other minimap mods such as simpleMinimap.


- Enable or disable display of the time of day icon
- Enable or disable display of the zoom buttons
- Enable or disable display of the location bar
- Enable or disable display of the worldmap icon
- Enable or disable use of the scroll wheel to zoom
- Change alpha transparency
- Change minimap styles, or disable completely
- Moveable minimap

== Commands ==
Commands are detailed in the Readme.txt file, or by typing '/rmm help' in game.

Fubar AuditorFu

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AuditorFu is a nifty new addon, conceptually based on Accountant by Sabaki. It tracks your incoming and outgoing money from a variety of sources, and provides an easy to use FuBar interface to choose whose data you would like to look at, and for what time period. It is, essentially, MoneyFu for those who have obsessive information disorder. Like me. Yes, I *must* know how much I spent on training last week. Why? I dunno. But I must.


- Works with or without FuBar installed!
- Money tracking, and lots of it.
- Data separated by realm and faction.
- Character totals.
- Combined totals.
- Clickable tooltip to customise what you can and can't see.
- Ability to look at all your characters' specific data from any of your other characters on that realm.
- Accounts can be viewed per session, day, last seven days, or in their full, all-time glory.
- Cash notification options.
- Optional auto-repairs (per-character preference).
- Many things. Just get it and see!

Misc Add-ons

Detached MiniButtons

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This mod attempts to 'detach' all your minimap buttons, allowing you to place them anywhere on your screen. Positions are saved per server/character and restored next login.

This is the first version of this mod, I am sure not all kinks are worked out. I have tested it only with the mods I have, so please let me know which mods create buttons that I cannot detach so I can load them and see what-is-what.

Not all minimap buttons are detected at start up (such as FuBar plugin mods, which has its own moving anyway). A slash command is provided so you can rescan for buttons: /dmbs. This will also reposition any buttons it failed to find at startup.

Slash Commands:

/dmbs [help] : shows help
/dmbs nodock : buttons will NOT try to dock to Minimap when close to it.
/dmbs dock : buttons will try to dock to Minimap when close to it. This is default.
/dmbs reset : reset all buttons back to initial positions.
/dmbs lock, /dmbs unlock. Lock stops movement of buttons, unlock allows it. This does NOT prevent other mods
from moving the buttons.
Slash command /dmbs now shows help, use /dmbs scan to rescan buttons.
/dmbs scan which scans for new buttons.
dmbs cfg which shows lock/dock settings.

Quest Guru

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QuestGuru is a Quest Log replacement that includes a Quest History, showing all quests that have been completed since installing QuestGuru. It uses a side-by-side quest log format to show you more quest titles than the built-in quest log. It also enhances the display of the quest details by showing icons for items that need to be gathered, with tooltip.