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PvPLog

Author: Brad Morgan
Based on Work by: Josh Estelle, Daniel S. Reichenbach, Andrzej Gorski, Matthew Musgrove
Version: 3.2.2
Last Modified: 2010-12-26

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Installation

You should have just downloaded PvPLog.zip
This file will unzip to:

Place these files in the Interface/Addons folder directory in your WoW directory
(it's okay if it already exists allow it to over-write)


Use

PvPLog will automatically log your PvP and duel wins and losses.

You can enable/disable PvPLog with:

   /pvplog enable
   /pvplog disable

When disabled PvPLog will *not* track any of your PvP activites.

When you win/lose a PvP battle, or duel, PvPLog will notify you as the data is recorded.

Whenever you mouseover someone for which you have a PvP record the mouseover tool tip will contain the number of wins and losses you have against that player (provided that option is enabled). It will also produce an audible ding on mouseover to inform you of a player you have a record with (if you have the ding sound enabled). At this time a message is also displayed overhead with your record (if you have the display enabled).

When targetting a player you have a PvP record with, your record will be displayed below the target window. This text is movable.

   /pvplog targetreset

May be used to reset the text to its original position.

You may enable or disable the floating text display.

   /pvplog display [enable|disable]

You may enable or disable the ding sound.

   /pvplog ding [enable|disable]

You may enable or disable the mouseover effects.

   /pvplog mouseover [enable|disable]

You may disable all spam effects (mouseover, ding, floating display).

   /pvplog nospam

You may open the configuration window that allows you to set most of the options.

   /pvplog config

This window can also be opened by right-clicking the PvPLog minimap button. If you have Cosmos installed then a button will be added to the Earth Features Menu (or the Khaos menu if the Earth Features Menu is disabled) that will open and close the configuration window. If you have the myaddons addon installed then it will be added there as well.

You may get some basic statistics using:

   /pvplog stats

You may view your PvP stats in a window using:

   /pvplog pvp

You may view your duel stats in a window using:

   /pvplog duel

You may get the version of PvPLog with:

   /pvplog version

You may get the vendor tag of PvPLog with:

   /pvplog vendor

You may keep only the lastest N PurgeLogData records with:

   /pvplog keep <n>

You may reset your PvPLog settings using:

   /pvplog reset confirm

Be careful as this will erase all your records!

The minimap button radius can be viewed with:

   /pl radius 

The minimap button radius can be changed with:

   /pl radius <value>

The minimap button position can be viewed with:

   /pl position

The minimap button position can be changed with:

   /pl position <value>

Debugging

Use of these commands could cause the permanent loss of accumulated data. Use at your own risk. These commands are english only.

   /pvplog debug [on|off]

Turns debugging messages on or off. When debugging messages are on, they are sent to chat and to a per character array along with combat log messages.

   /pvplog debug perm

Copies the debug flags to the per character saved variable array.

   /pvplog debug save

Copies the array of debug/combat messages into another array.

   /pvplog debug clear

Clears the array of debug/combat messages.

   /pvplog vars

Send some internal variables to chat.

   /pvplog ignore [on|off]

Turns the recording of targets to ignore on or off. Ignored targets provide a performance optimization and should be left on (off provides some debugging with mobs).

   /pvplog pve [on|off]

Turns debugging with hostile NPCs (mobs) on or off ("/pvplog ignore off" required).

   /pvplog ignore clear

Clears the ignore variables.

   /pvplog target clear

Clears the target variables.

   /pvplog event1 [on|off]

Turns event to chat debugging messages on or off.

   /pvplog event2 [on|off]	

Turns event to array debugging messages on or off.

   /pvplog combat [on|off]

Turns combat to chat debugging messages on or off.

   /pvplog ui [on|off]

Turns ui to chat debugging messages on or off.

   /pvplog ttm [on|off]

Turns tooltip to chat debugging messages on or off.

   /pvplog ttv [on|off]

Turns tooltip parsing debugging messages on or off.

   /pvplog ptc [on|off]

Turns the recording of targets when PLAYER_TARGET_CHANGED on or off.

   /pvplog comm [on|off]

Turns channel communication debugging messages on or off.

   /pvplog notify <channelname>

Sends a test message to indicated channel (using PvPLogSendMessageOnChannel).

   /pvplog chat kill|death

Sends a test message to the indicated channel (using PvPLogSendChatMessage).

   /pvplog chat self

Sends a test message to the indicated channel (using PvPLogChatMsg).

See Also

Changes
TODO

Updates

Updates for PvPLog are available from these AddOn sites:

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