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Keeps a log of the enemies you kill, along with your deaths in combat, and calculates the average XP gained from different creatures, adding this information to the tooltip when you mouse-over a creature.
Also keeps a record of the highest damage you've dealt with spells and abilities.
This addon was originally created by Frenn, then updated by Detritis - many thanks to them both.
Version 5.0.5 Changes
Track deaths due to environmental damage (falling, fatigue, etc.).
Numerous code cleanups.
Version 5.0.4 Changes
Update for WoW 5.0
Allow storing up to 90 levels of monsters, to reflect MoP level cap.
Version 4.2.0 Changes
Update for WoW 4.2
Version 4.1.0 Changes
Update for WoW 4.1. Thanks to sztosz for testing since I don't have a WoW subscription at the moment.
Anyone using version 4.0.3 since patch 4.1 came out will have log entries using GUIDs instead of creature names; I'll see if I can find a way of correcting those old entries.
Version 4.0.3 Changes
Update for WoW 4.0
Removed a lot of dead code
Creep list is once again coloured appropriately
Old creep data will be correctly expired when the number of levels to store is greater than 70 but less than the current character level.
The number of levels to track isn't automatically increased. If you
currently have it set to 80 and want to store all creep history then you'll need to increase it to 85 in the options pane.
Version 2.99.0 Changes
Update for WoW 3.0.2.
Colouring of creep names in the log is disabled until I have the time to research how this should be done now.
This has been briefly tested and all other incompatibilities should be fixed, but for the moment should be considered beta. When the colouring is fixed and I've used it a little more, I'll release it as version 3.0 (or perhaps even 3.0.2) and try to track the WoW version so as to indicate the version compatibility.
Version 2.7.0 Changes
Reinstated death tracking, now that WoW 2.4.2 has been released,
making it once again possible to detect when the player dies.
This should have the same behaviour as the feature prior to WoW 2.4.0.
This means it infers the killer based on who hit the player last, according to the combat log. Consequently it may (in theory) suffer from races, if combat messages do not arrive in the correct order, and it can't track environmental deaths (falling, drowning, lava, ...).)
Version 2.6.9 Changes
Updated to record combat information provided by the new combat log system introduced in patch 2.4.0.
The method for tracking kills has changed, and is described in the 'Description' section below.
Player deaths are not recorded, due to a bug in the game: the 'UNIT_DIED'
combat event does not fire upon the death of the player. As a workaround, I
tried registering for notification of the 10% durability loss on equipped
items instead, but couldn't get it to work.
The fix for this issue is scheduled to be included in WoW 2.4.2.
Version 2.6.2a Bug Fixes
- Fixes bug with debugging messages with fresh installs only (this version is not needed if you are updating from an earlier version)
Version 2.6.2 Bug Fixes
- Added additional checks for max level, should correct the issue of data recording being unreliable at max level.
- Implemented smeehrr's fix as an additional check.
Version 2.6.1 Additions
- Adjusted the way location data is saved, resulting in a smaller saved variable file. Please be advised that depending on the amount of data you have the first time you load WoW could take anywhere from an additonal 30 seconds to 1 minute to load. (Only happens once)
* Beta Version *
+ Version 2.5.2b
* Bug Fixes:-
-- Attempt to fix bug with creeps not being recorded at maximum level ( untested as I don't have a lvl 70 )
Version 2.5.2 Additions
-- The 'Level' list will now color the creeps according to the level at which you killed them, instead of based on your current level.
-- Added the new 'rare-elite' border to the rare-elite class in the listing
-- A little more room at the bottom of the 'General Window' for widescreen resolutions.
+ Version 2.5.1
* Bug Fixes:-
-- Fixed issue with maxLevel not being set with a fresh install.
+ Version 2.5.0
-- Check for level 70.
-- Reworked the way the 'Family' information was updated.
-- Debugging can now be enabled from the options menu.
-- Debug levels 1 - 3 disabled.
+ Version 2.4.9
-- Added 2 new sorting levels to the dropdown menus, Class and Location.
-- Made support for SCT optional, enable in the options tab.
-- Added option to change display color for the maximum damage notification.
* Data Updates:-
-- Slight change to how the coordinates are saved to the database, allows for a small reduction in memory usage.
+ Version 2.4.8
-- Added Hunter's autoshot to the list of recorded data.
* Bug Fixes:-
-- Fixed issue with debugging being enabled by default instead of being disabled.
-- Fixed error with checking current level information. (Problem with switching to a new character with a fresh install)
+ Version 2.4.7
-- Expanded Total Kills and Total Deaths on the General Tab to show all sources of your deaths and kills. (Thanks to Dridzt for the suggestion)
-- Maximum hit and crit information sent to SCT if installed. (Thanks to IRID1UM for the suggestion)
* Bug Fixes:-
-- Corrected issue with not being credited with the kill if the mob didnt give you xp.
-- Adjusted the ScrollFrame on the General Tab to view extra data missing from the end.
+ Version 2.4.6b
* Updated to WoW 20003
* Fixed saved variable saving per character instead of global
+ Version 2.4.6
* Fixed error with missing 'Level' data point
+ Version 2.4.5:
* Updated to WoW 2.0
* Fixed table errors (pairs)
* Fixed creep names not displaying at all in list
* Fixed collapse button text not displaying
* Location tracking slighty changed to include the 'outer bounds' you found a creep
* Furhter expanded debug functions to include deleting a creep family you specified from the database (View readme for full details)
+ Version 2.3.1:
* Added ability to store unknown creep family to database and to specify which family you want
* Changed format of Death list
* Expanded debug functionality to include adding a creep family you specify to the database