Here are my add-ons, and the sources for them.
What it looks like:
WoW Interface http://www.wowinterface.com/
Curse Gaming http://wow-en.curse-gaming.com/files/addons/
WoW Ace Addons http://wowace.com/wiki/Category:Addons
WoW Ace Addons Listing http://files.wowace.com/
WoW UI http://ui.worldofwar.net/
Gazmik Fizzwidget’s http://www.fizzwidget.com/
A lot of my add-ons are Ace based so I can use this program to automatically update them:
My friend told me about WoW UI’s updater program. UI Central. http://ui.worldofwar.net/ui.php?id=2106 I will have to check it out.
The add-on list:
This add-on will suppress error messages.
This adds countdowns to your action bar/hot bar icons.
Another bug swatter. Duhr.
The backbone of any Ace add-on suite.
This gives me a nice crafting window. Sortable by item class or difficulty. Nice for finding recipes to level up on. Includes a queue and a “buy missing reagenst to fulfill the queue from vendor” function.
Tells you how many hours you’ve played. Or days.
This is a set of bars for enemy casts and buffs.
Atlas is an in-game map, different from the built-in map. Loot, Instance, and Quest features are helpful.
Invaluable for casual Auction House play.
AutoBar & AutoBarConfig
Keeps my potions, mounts, pets, hearthstone in a place separate from my action bar/hot bars.
This provides auto-repair, automatically decline duel requests, automatically accept group/raid invites from friends and guildmates.
Another add-on that auto-sells vendor trash.
My action bar add-on.
Roleplaying emotes and communications. “For the Light!” shouted when you heal someone. Or whatever.
I keep this since add-ons aren’t perfect. This will take the bugs and quietly just suppress them, doing away with the red text pop-up in the middle of your screen.
Battleground add-on for flag timers, resource count, time to win/lost, ownership, etc. Nice.
This is your built-in map on legal steroids. Highly recommended.
These are timer bars for buffs, totems, etc.
This is new for me. It supposedly ties in loot recommendations to the tool-tip. I.e. “That Hand of Ragnaros is definitely a Shaman weapon.” That kind of thing.
This is an easy click to cast add-on. Set up bindings (shift-right click) and associate a spell with it. It works and is simple. Like Clique.
This add-on makes other add-ons like Bartender, TrinketMenu, Autobar, etc., look better. My current favorite gives the appearance of a piece of glass over every action bar icon, beveled at the top.
How am I doing DPS, Healing, against the competition?
This really works well. Gives you small little boxes to click when folks get diseased, poisoned, etc.
I used this to keep track of Druid mana in animal form. I’m not sure if XPerl includes it already, or if it uses this.
The built-in buff display is lacking.
This should be built in. Hover over an item link and it’ll put what you’re already wearing/wielding next to it.
Makes sure your friend lists of your characters are the same across all the characters of the same faction on a server. A godsend if you have a lot of alts.
All these I like. Fubar is far and away better than Titan Panel when it comes to resource useage. Titan Panel would kill my warrior with memory leaks.
Fudge & Nudge
No, it’s not a new Girl Scout cookie. Fudge is for casters, and Nudge is for Hunters. It’ll show you what’s in range of a spell, or not. And for Hunters it’ll show you out of range, in range, deadzone, and melee. I’ve put this so that it backlights the name of my target in MetaHud. For my Shaman I’ve tied it to Frost Shock range. (Since that’s a mid-range spell.)
Tells you where that recipe in the Auction House is actually sold so you can go buy it yourself.
Wonder what that Hand of Ragnaros will disenchant into? Wonder no more.
Got pets that demand feeding? You need this.
This will tell you what type of vein to mine the gem from.
This will put the beasts abilities in the tooltip of a Hunter. I.e. see what that Ravager will come with when you tame it. Highly recommended for filling out the pet abilities.
This lets you use the tracking minimap button to select your tracking type. Also used by paladins, herbalists, and miners. (Fewer action bar/hot bar buttons lost.)
This is a very compact raid health overview.
This will make your Warlock Minion training screen look like all the other training screens. Say goodbye to books.
This is my primary healing/buffing/shielding add-on. Get it if you heal.
This provides bars for your Heal Over Time casts.
In Flight will give you a bar once you’re airborn to tell you how long you’ve got until landing. That way you know how much you’ve got to grab yourself a beer, or visit the nearby McDonalds drive-through.
This will reveal to you what the internal item level of something is.
Get this. You use different items? Get this. Still the easiest to use imho.
This just shows me that Shamans can easily grab aggro form Warriors. It’s broke, or my Warrior is.
I like information. On screen, centered.
This add-on provides information to the unit frames so you can tell exactly how much health a mob has. Handy.
This add-on sorts your bags for you. And your bank bags. And it works with other bag add-ons.
This is a graphical user interface for all the other Ace Add-ons you are running. Like Duece Commander, but easier to use.
This is a casting and mirror bar replacement. I like it. I like that all my various timer bars have that cool “NotSteel” look.
The one to rule them all. This is basically an all-in-one bag view. And you can always see what’s in your bank, and you can see what’s in any of your characters bags or bank. (You’ll have to view them all first so the add-on can remember.)
This is very interesting in battlegrounds. Basically hover over a blip in your minimap and you’ll get a bar with which you can target the person. Hunter/Druids will like this one.
This will make your combat log straighten it’s act out. Info, not blah, blah.
This will track my leetness. My best scores, and provides another damage meter.
This does something. Oh, wait. “RecipeBook is a mod that allows you to browse tradeskill recipes with one alt and see whether your other alts know it.” Oh, yeah. That’s it.
This will mark on your minimap where recipes are found in the local area. Helpful if you want to get those rare recipes that vendors are selling in out of the way corners of Azeroth.
This is the minimap shaper for the corner. Nifty.
This is a new add-on for me. It’s a listing of your gear. Since probably 30% of my bag space is taken up by gear, this lets me quickly see what all I have (four sets of gauntlets???) and compare them and begin planning some space reduction.
Scrolling Combat Text, and Scrolling Combat Text Damage. I’ve got it where the incoming damage scrolls down on the right side hud bar, and the outgoing hits scroll up on the left side hud bar.
This remembers those rare mobs that you occasionally see wondering around. And marks them on your map. Why? Because they can drop decent loot.
Hmmm. I have this and I don’t know what it does. It might work with Prat in some way. (I’ve got too many add-ons!!)
This reduces Spam. (The state meat of Hawaii! Yum.) Don’t have enough energy? Need more rage? You’ve heard that enough, haven’t you?
This appears to be broken for me since I only see a few slots now. I like the utility of the program though so a definite for me if I can find an upgrade for it.
Wasn’t sure how much I’d like this. On a basic level it’ll put spell damage, heal amount, right on the icon in your action bar/hot bar.
This shows your two equipped trinkets, and lets you switch them out.
Stand-alone addon for displaying craft item dependencies. Hmmm. I’m sure it’s doing something for me.
This is like Item Level, which is the “built-in” item level of something, but this one does math and tells you what it really is. Another way to look at your gear when comparing it with possible replacements.
This replaces Quick Loot, putting the looting window under your mouse, wherever it is. Small and slick looking.
This adds a smaller looting window in the same style as XLoot and XLoot Monitor.
This will leave, for a bit, a list of loot won and who won it.
This is a good-looking unit frame, with animated character portraits, and easy to configure.
Yet another Totem Add-on. I like this one. Call of Elements doesn’t seem to do the things it used to, so I opted for the Ace based replacement.
This is the hunter mod that provides bars for pet abilities, tracking (which I’ve turned off), traps, and aspects.
And that’s it. For now.