Please submit any bugs you find or any improvement you can think of using the Curse ticket system.
v2.0.0 is out!
v2.0.0 adds alot of new features. See the full list here.
- Full Loot Council automatization
- Automatically starts a loot session when the Master Looter starts looting something and shows the interface for councilmembers and lootframe for other raiders
- Fully implemented loot frame
- No need to link your items, RCLootCouncil comes with an automatic system for looting, just like group loot in dungeons or LFR (but it still supports it, just in case someone forgot to install the addon).
- Customizeable council
- You decide who's council, wether based on guild rank or custom added members, all with a nice and simple interface.
- Automated display
- Whenever someone in the council votes RCLootCouncil updates across the raid to reflect the changes.
- Automated loot distribution
- The Master Looter can simply click the award button to give the item to a given player (followed by a confirmation box for security).
- The Master Looter decides which and how many buttons to display, as well as the corresponding text and response text and color to display for the council. There's alot of other customizeable options for those who wants specific settings for their group.
- Easy to use
- Ready to use out-of-the-box, you really don't have to do anything to get started.
- Built-in item history
- You can track every awarded item and the related statistics if you want to.
- If the packaged solution doesn't fit your needs there's a lot of different options in the Options menu to play with, and new possibilities is just a request away.
- If your class can't equip an item, simply enable auto passing and you won't have to bother rolling on that item.
Have every raid member install RCLootCouncil and the addon will handle the rest. In case someone in your raid haven't installed the addon (not recommended) just tell them to whisper their item(s) the loot would replace to the master looter, and the addon will extract as much data from it as it can. Whispers is enabled by default. See the "Whispers" section for more details.
The raid leader is prompted with a confirmation to use the addon upon entering a raid, and the addon automatically sets the loot method to master looter, finds the council and activate their addon as well. If the Master Looter haven't set a council, he's prompted to do so. Use "/rc council" to open the council interface.
Whenever the Master Looter starts looting, RCLootCouncil detects any items above the group's loot threshold and promps a list showing the lootable items detected with the current settings. From here the Master Looter can click "Start" and councilmembers is prompted with a voting frame and everyone sees the looting frame. When players click their reply (default is "Mainspec/Need", "Offspec/Greed", "Minor Upgrade" and "Pass") the council interface shows the responses, and council members can start voting. When the council has agreed, the Master Looter simply rightclick a given player from the list, click award and the item is awarded. The rightclick menu also shows a number of different options, including other reasons to award the item and reannounce the item(s).
RCLootCouncil is ready to use right away, however there's a range of options available to those that wishes. From v2.0.0 all non Master Looter options is shown in the default options page (/rc config) while all Master Looter options are found when expanding RCLootCouncil to the left of the frame. The Master Looter options is applied to everyone in the raid, and only the current Master Looters options is used at any given time.
prefix: /rc or /rclc
- config or c - opens the options menu.
- open - opens the voting frame.
- council - displays the council options.
- version or ver - opens the version frame, good for testing whom has the addon installed.
- history or his - opens the loot history.
- whisper - shows a brief guide to how the whispers work.
- reset - resets the addon's frames' positions.
- test (#) - starts the addon in test mode. Add number to test with a specific amount of items.
- add (item) - when ML, use this command followed by an item to add it to the session frame.
- award - when ML, use this to start a session with all items flagged as "Award Later".
- winners - when ML, use this to see a list of winners of items in your bags.
- Even more modular (For now skins, and perhaps a different Loot Frame)
- Timeout on loot frame.
- Loot history export.
- Please create a ticket if you have your own ideas.
This feature has been included as of popular request. Raiders without the addon installed can whisper the Master Looter to get added to the consideration list. It's still preferred to install the addon, as it gives full functionality.
Syntax: session response item1 item2
Session is required, and matches the session provided if the Master Looter has turned on "Announce Consideration". Response is optional. If provided it'll be matched to the Master Looter's keyword list, which again matches a given response. You can whisper "rchelp" to the ML to see this list. Defaults to the first response (Mainspec/need) if not provided. At least one item must be provided to be added. This item should be the one currently equipped so the council can make a decision. Simply shift-click your item to add it to the message.
- /w Potdisc 2 [item]
- If Potdisc is the Master Looter, you would be added in the second session with the reponse "MainSpec/Need" with your [item].
- /w Potdisc 1 os [item1][item2]
- If Potdisc is the Master Looter, this adds you to the first session with the response Offspec/greed and shows both your requipped items.
The keywords can be edited in the "Buttons and Responses" tab in the options menu. Once the addon is enabled, i.e. when in a group, players can whisper "rchelp" to the Master Looter to receive the list of keywords.
- The voting frame can now be toggled to automatically close when the ML ends a session.
- Monks no longer autopasses on maces and axes.
- Rolls are now synced with the raid
- Shamans no longer autopasses daggers, and hunters staves and polearms.
- Awarding an item now automatically changes the voting frame to the next.
- The voting frame is now a bit narrower.
- Should be a bit more stable when reconnecting during a session.
- Complete rewrite
- UI overhaul
- Every frame now follows a standardized layout with support for minimizing and scaling (ctrl+scroll). It's also made with future customization in mind. Note: Use rightclick for awarding items.
- Options menu overhaul
- Master Looter options have been moved to a separate tree and the entire interface have been streamlined.
- Updated chat commands
- Most chat commands results in a more appropriate interface than before, while some have been removed.
- By default, RCLootCouncil now auto passes on items certain classes can't use (e.g. plate for priests) and items certain classes shouldn't use (e.g. leather for hunters).
- The Master Looter can enable observe mode to let non-council members see the voting frame.
- If enabled all RCLootCouncil frames will minimize when entering combat.
- The Master Looter is now able to review the list of items before starting a session as well as manipulating the list by adding or removing items.
- Using the session setup, the Master Looter can choose to award items later thus looting the items, and have RCLootCouncil start a session later by typing '/rc award'. It's not possible to automatically give out items that's already looted, so instead '/rc winners' gives you a list with whom to give the item to.
- RCLootCouncil can now add custom items to a session by typing '/rc add [item]'.
- All text strings in the addon is now localizable. Head to http://wow.curseforge.com/addons/rclootcouncil/localization/ to contribuate.
- RCLootCouncil now have a customizable ignore list, for, well, ignoring stuff.
- More usability to e.g. disable the popup when entering a raid by always accepting it, or always rejecting it. Option to turn off the addon temporarily.
- All responses on the voting frame are now filterable.
- Everyone in the group is now added to the voting frame with a status text as their response, e.g. "Not installed", "Selecting response" and "Candidate removed"
- Two new columns in the voting frame:
- "Diff" - which shows the item lvl difference between a candidates' equipped item and the one in session.
- "Roll" which allows the Master Looter to add a random 1 - 100 roll to all candidates should he so desire.
- New option to hide votes until one self have voted.
- All frames are implemented as modules, which can be replaced. This also gives the opportunity for anyone to add custom features to the core addon.
- You'll get a "Disenchant" button in the voting frame. Clicking it will show a list of enchanters in your group (if any), and clicking a name will award the item to that player with the reason selected for disenchant in "Award Reasons".
- No more 20 item limit per session (not that you're gonna need that), no more "award in this particular order" limit, no more "close session when you close the WoW loot frame", etc.
- Old and not really useful. Better alternative in the options menu.
- Noone wants to see people linking items in the raid chat just because someone didn't install an addon. Use whisper for that!
- Not really removed, but automatically added so you won't have to think about that. Also removed "filter passes" due to the new filtering system.
- Various taint fixes.
- Alt-clicking items didn't work properly when the player used different loot frame addons.
- Blizzard doesn't allow to give out loot with a quality less than loot treshhold, work-around by allowing items to get auto looted to the Master Looter.
v2.0.0 Release changes
- Demon Hunters has been added to the autopass check.
- Legion enchanting materials added to ignore table.
- API updates to patch 7.0.3 changes
- Every setting from both alpha versions and v1.7.8 has been reset. Loot History from v1.7.8 is imported to v2.0.
- Now autopasses on tier tokens not useable by your class.
- Sorting by Response or Guildrank didn't work as intended (#127).
- Multi Vote option didn't work properly (#128).
- The Voting Frame no longer sorts itself every time a vote is received.
- Wasn't handling sessions correctly when two of the same items dropped.
- Repacked. No longer named as "RCLootCouncil2". This is done in preparation for release. Note this change will overwrite any v.1.7.x settings.
- It's no longer possible to start a session with items that aren't fully loaded.
- The Voting Frame now has a little button that enables you to see how many items with a given response a given player has received, along with the last item and how long since they received it.
- The MasterLooters enchanting profession was never registered (#126).
- Some times the MasterLooters settings was rejected resulting in empty Loot Frames (#124).
- No longer tracks test awards in the Loot History.
- Cleaned up some globals.
- The Loot History is now back in a refreshed form. There's been some changes since the launch of the v2.0 alpha, hence class specific things won't show for your old history, and you're encouraged to delete your history to get the optimal experience. Note: Exporting the Loot History will come in a later update, go find the ticket on Curse to specify which export formats you want.
- The Disenchant button is now always shown. It'll only produce a list of enchanters if an award reason has been marked as disenchant.
- Guildrank sorting is now done according to the actual rank instead of alphabetically.
- The voting frame scroll position now always resets when switching between items in a session.
- It's now possible to see the realm name of a player from a different realm throughout the addon.
- The disenchant button is now only visable to the Master Looter.
- Bumped max buttons and awardReasons to 10.
- Asking someone to reroll while they're already rolling now adds the new rolls to the list instead of replacing it.
- Some actions involving players from another realm wasn't handled properly (#117, #119).
- Fixed error when changing profiles (#120).
- Some times the "reconnect" function wouldn't always work, potentially resulting in an empty loot frame (#119).
- Whispering responses didn't work due to recent updates.
- Some optimizations.
- Now shows whether an item is mythic, warforged, etc. in the voting frame.
- is now back.
- The tooltip showing voters names showed up when it wasn't supposed to.
- Councilmens "Filter" didn't update correctly if the ML changed the buttons (Ticket#113).
- Now never auto passes cloaks as they're considered cloth by Blizzard (Ticket#115).
- Loot Slot changes wasn't handled properly (Ticket#116).
- Now properly resets ML status after a test session.
- Players doing a /reloadui during a session will now be prompted to reroll their item. (Other players' rolls are not carried over though).
- Localization updates.
- Outdated version string now only shows once.
- Fixed error on raid join or becoming Master Looter.
Never change Git tags, #IFuckedUp
- Forgot to add a locale entry.
- Sometimes players could report not having gear.
- Spellings breaking "Loot Everything".
- Now displays the "alpha message" on each update (or first time upgrading to alpha) to ensure people doesn't get it by mistake.
- Disenchant button to voting frame (only shows when all entries are filtered)
- (Note: I haven't tested it with actual enchanters in the group)
Removedsome unnecessary comms spam.
- Changed previous taint fix to only apply in combat.
- Usage option now has a default state
- Council members from the ML's realm added from a specific guild rank wouldn't see the voting frame. (Council is reset because of this)
- Autopasses didn't get filtered properly.
- Fixed error when responding to the last item.
- More locale changes.
- Properly display version string in .toc #Notes field.
- Added a potential fix to previous versions taint.
- Wrong load order for Libs/DropDownMenu (#105)
- Was double importing libs (#104)
- Updated Libs/Lib-st due to leaked globals (#103)
- Edited some locale to a more descriptive name
|File Name||Release Type||Game Version||Downloads||Date|
|2.0.2-Release||Release||7.0.3||62,529||Aug 16, 2016|
|v2.0.1-Release||Release||7.0.3||86,653||Aug 5, 2016|
|2.0.0-ReleaseFix||Release||7.0.3||77,434||Jul 29, 2016|
|2.0.0-Release||Release||7.0.3||3,126||Jul 29, 2016|
|2.0.0-alpha12||Beta||6.2.4||5,358||Jul 14, 2016|
|2.0.0-alpha11||Beta||6.2.4||4,312||Apr 18, 2016|
|2.0.0-alpha10||Beta||6.2.3||3,603||Mar 8, 2016|
|1.7.8 Release||Release||6.2.3||165,636||Mar 8, 2016|
|2.0.0-alpha9||Beta||6.2.3||2,889||Feb 10, 2016|
|2.0.0-alpha8||Beta||6.2.3||4,465||Dec 9, 2015|
|1.7.7 Release||Release||6.2.3||129,571||Dec 9, 2015|
|2.0.0-alpha7||Beta||6.2.0||11,852||Aug 11, 2015|
|2.0.0-alpha6||Beta||6.2.0||795||Aug 10, 2015|
|2.0.0-alpha4||Beta||6.2.0||733||Aug 10, 2015|
|2.0.0-alpha3||Beta||6.2.0||4,788||Aug 4, 2015|
|1.7.6 Release||Release||6.2.0||161,302||Aug 4, 2015|
|2.0.0-alpha2||Beta||6.2.0||1,453||Aug 4, 2015|
|v2.0.0-alpha1||Beta||6.2.0||572||Aug 4, 2015|
|1.7.5 Release||Release||6.2.0||29,825||Aug 3, 2015|
|1.7.4 Release||Release||6.2.0||79,159||Jul 13, 2015|
|1.7.3 Release||Release||6.2.0||73,422||Jun 29, 2015|
|1.7.2 Release||Release||6.1.0||158,280||Feb 24, 2015|
|1.7.1 Release||Release||6.0.3||64,515||Feb 6, 2015|
|1.7.0 Release||Release||6.0.3||45,906||Jan 25, 2015|
|1.6.6 Beta||Beta||6.0.3||7,460||Jan 11, 2015|
|1.6.5 Release||Release||6.0.3||50,782||Dec 16, 2014|
|1.6.4 Release||Release||6.0.3||13,337||Dec 13, 2014|
|1.6.3 Release||Release||5.4.2||50,441||Feb 23, 2014|
|1.6.2 Release||Release||5.4.2||10,571||Dec 30, 2013|
|1.6.1 Release||Release||5.4.0||8,857||Oct 9, 2013|
|1.6.0 Release||Release||5.4.0||1,778||Oct 8, 2013|
|1.5.1 Release||Release||5.3.0||5,738||Jul 29, 2013|
|1.5.0 Release||Release||5.3.0||2,176||Jul 12, 2013|
|1.4.3 Beta (RC)||Beta||5.2.0||4,795||Mar 11, 2013|
|1.4.2 Beta||Beta||5.2.0||850||Mar 6, 2013|
|1.4.1 Beta||Beta||5.1.0||703||Feb 28, 2013|
|1.4.0 Beta||Beta||5.1.0||389||Feb 27, 2013|
|1.3.5 Beta||Beta||5.1.0||662||Feb 10, 2013|
|1.3.4 Beta||Beta||5.1.0||251||Feb 7, 2013|
|1.3.3 (patch 5.1.0)||Beta||5.1.0||880||Dec 14, 2012|
|1.3.2 Beta||Beta||5.0.5||1,479||Sep 12, 2012|
|1.3.1 Beta||Beta||5.0.4||447||Sep 3, 2012|
|1.3.0 Beta||Beta||5.0.4||188||Aug 31, 2012|
|1.2.1 Beta||Beta||5.0.4||139||Aug 29, 2012|
|1.2.0 Beta (patch 5.0.4)||Beta||5.0.4||220||Aug 28, 2012|
|1.1.0 Beta||Beta||4.3.4||543||Aug 16, 2012|
|1.0.2 beta||Beta||4.3.4||329||Jul 2, 2012|
|1.0.1 beta||Beta||4.3.4||119||Jun 25, 2012|
|1.0.0 beta||Beta||4.3.4||85||Jun 21, 2012|
|0.9.3 beta||Beta||4.3.4||123||May 23, 2012|
|0.9.2 beta||Beta||4.3.4||48||May 23, 2012|
|0.9.1 beta||Beta||4.3.4||39||May 22, 2012|
|0.9beta||Beta||4.3.4||50||May 21, 2012|