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When building an addon, you can build your own button listing that only displays on your addon pages<br>
 
When building an addon, you can build your own button listing that only displays on your addon pages<br>
 
Pass a string for only one set of buttons, or pass an array for multiple sets of buttons
 
Pass a string for only one set of buttons, or pass an array for multiple sets of buttons
<php>$roster->output['roster_show_menu'] = 'main';  // Display the main button listing
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<php>$roster->output['show_menu'] = 'main';  // Display the main button listing
$roster->output['roster_show_menu'] = array('main','char');  // Display the main and char button listing</php>
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$roster->output['show_menu'] = array('main','char');  // Display the main and char button listing</php>
  
 
<php>$roster->output['html_head'] = 'string';</php>
 
<php>$roster->output['html_head'] = 'string';</php>

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WoWRoster v1.8.0 AddOn Development

Readme Updated: 15:26, 6 May 2007 (PDT)

You can view the open source project at http://www.wowroster.net

For corrections and/or suggestions - http://www.wowroster.net


Thanks to: http://www.wowroster.com
And Everyone involved in the project.


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