|CensusPlusClassic-v0.8.4 release||407.59 KB||Jan 23, 2020||1.13.3||10,806||Download|
|CensusPlusClassic-v0.8.3 release||417.04 KB||Dec 4, 2019||1.13.2||9,819||Download|
|CensusPlusClassic-v0.8.2 release||417.22 KB||Nov 15, 2019||1.13.2||7,752||Download|
|CensusPlusClassic_v0.8.1 release||416.90 KB||Oct 13, 2019||1.13.2||11,118||Download|
|CensusPlusClassic_v0.7.0 release||416.24 KB||Oct 1, 2019||1.13.2||9,834||Download|
|CensusPlusClassic_v0.5.0 release||415.88 KB||Aug 7, 2019||1.13.2||27,740||Download|
|CensusPlusClassic_v0.4 release||416.09 KB||Jul 2, 2019||1.13.2||95||Download|
|CensusPlusClassic_v7.1.2-classic-0.3 release||420.69 KB||Jun 21, 2019||1.13.2||77||Download|
|CensusPlusClassic_v7.1.2-classic-0.2 release||420.69 KB||Jun 20, 2019||1.13.2||26||Download|
|CensusPlusClassic_v0.6.0 beta||415.93 KB||Sep 28, 2019||1.13.2||276||Download|
|CensusPlusClassic_v0.8.0 alpha||416.88 KB||Oct 4, 2019||1.13.2||121||Download|
CensusPlusClassic is a fixed version of CensusPlus that works with Wow Classic. There is also a data aggregation website for merging and rendering all that data that you guys collect.
Check out: WowClassicPopulation.com
CensusPlusClassic is a mod which records details about the characters online in your faction at the time of the polling. This is done with liberal use of the in-game /who command via the Wholib. The information is then stored in the CensusPlus.lua in your account's SavedVariables folder, which you can be uploaded to websites like WowClassicPopulation.com. Sites like these sort the information and then display it on their site in chart and graph form.
After Blizzard added a protection to the SendWho() command Ceron257 came a around with some really nice workarounds to trigger /who requests manually.
Semi automatic who requests
To enable this feature install the latest version of the addon and then go into the CensusPlusClassic options; at the bottom of the settings page enable
- Send who request on mouse clicks in world
Don't forget to do a /reload after this
After activating this settings who request will be triggered
- on mouse clicks in the 3D window (like turning the camera with mouse, interacting with things in the world, clicking players, loot mobs etc.)
You can also trigger manual /who requests from your most used macros or make one especially for this purpose.
Just do something like this:
/cast Mind Blast
In your ingame keybind settings you can also assign a key for issuing a manual /who request.