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|BGCallouts_classic release||1.61 MB||Aug 27, 2020||1.13.5||124||Download|
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This addon is for the three Battlegrounds in wow classic.
It is one frame for each bg except "AV" that has two. The frames will load when you enter the battleground and you can drag the frame wherever you want.
When you click left mouse button it calls for help and when you press right mouse button it says base is safe. If you hold Shift + left mouse button it calls for "Big incoming" and only left mouse button calls for "A few incoming". Shift + right mouse button will say "All to" and it can be useful in AV when you want all come to Vandar/Drek.
Slash Commands are:/BGCallouts followed by show, hide or rwoff.
Ex. /BGCallouts show and /BGCallouts hide. Whith this function you can toggle frames for position them. You can set them on top of each other because only one of them will load in each battleground except AV that has two, one offense/defense for each faction.
I also added custom messages to this project. You make two macros named '!msg1' '!msg2' and in the body you can write your message (see image). You click modifier key ctrl + left/right mouse button to send your message. You can have 2 custom messages.
I added so that you can lock the frames on screen. If you press ALT + left mouse button the frame will be locked and turn red. To unlock you have to press Alt + right mouse button and the frame will turn green and be ready for moving.
You can now choose between 4 different sizes. Pressing Alt + right mouse button (frame goes green) repeatedly times will switch between them. I suggest you first choose your size and then drag it to where you want it positioned. Then you lock it in place pressing Alt + left mouse button and the frame will turn red
You can make a macro like this to open the frames for postitioning them, left button opens the frames and right button close them: