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MembersList is a Roster addon for display member lists and can be used for other list using the memberslist library.

MembersList also includes Main/Alt display. It uses data set in the guild note or officer note to group together each player's characters. It has 2 main components:

Where to get it

MembersList is included with Roster 2.0



This is probably one of the more complex Roster addons to configure. Below are explanations of all options.

Under Main/Alt Relations

Regex /ALT-([\w]+)/i
Apply on field note
Use match no 1
Main identifier Main
No result 0 Main 0 Mainless Alt
Invalid result 0 Main 0 Mainless Alt
Alt of Alt -[Set as mainless alt ]-
Update type -[ Guild ]-

These are the most important and most difficult settings. These 3 values tell MembersList how to find the alt information in the guild list info. The first is a regex pattern using the perl-compatible regex syntax used in php. PCRE reference

Basically, the ([\w]+) part signifies the 1 word in the string that contains the main name for the character. the slashes at the beginning and end of the setting signify the beginning and end of the pattern. The i after the last slash makes it use case insensitive matching, omit it to use case sensitive matching. Valid values are:

The second setting of these 3 signifies on what field the regex is run. Usually this is note for the public note or officer_note for the officer's note.

The third setting tells which bracketed expression is used. This is 1 in most cases.

Main identifier Main

If the main name returned by the regex has this value the character is assumed to be a main. This is mainly useful if the 'first word' type matching is used; you can set the note '(Main)' for a main character.

No result 0 Main 0 Mainless Alt

If the regex doesn't return a value at all, this setting defines if the char is a main or a mainless alt. For example on the second example regex, if 'ALT-' doesn't appear in the note at all this setting is used to decide if the character should be a main or a alt without a main.

Invalid result 0 Main 0 Mainless Alt

If the value returned by the regex isn't a guild member's name, this setting defines if the char is a main or a mainless alt. This is set to false by default since you don't usually have mainless alts in, so characters displayed as mainless alts probably have an incorrect setting.

Alt of Alt -[Set as mainless alt ]-

The value of this setting is used to decide what to do if the main of a character turns out to be an alt too.

Update type -[ Guild ]-

This tells MembersList when to update it's main/alt relations
You can set this to update during a members update, a character update, or on both updates

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