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ClassicPathCalculator

Game Version: 1.13.5
Total Downloads: 1
Updated: Aug 5, 2020
Created: Aug 4, 2020
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ClassicPathCalculator 1.0 release 574.45 KB Aug 5, 2020 1.13.5 0 download ClassicPathCalculator ClassicPathCalculator 1.0 releaseDownload
ClassicPathCalculator alpha 574.34 KB Aug 4, 2020 1.13.5 1 download ClassicPathCalculator ClassicPathCalculator alphaDownload

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Classic Addon for calculating the shortest travel path in time from one place on the world map to another, kinda like google maps, but for WoW Classic.

 

Example of a use case for this addon:

You are a Horde player and are standing in Orgrimmar and want to go to Badlands. What is the shortest way to go there? Take the boat from Ratchet to Booty Bay and fly or take the Zepplin to Undercity and fly? How long will this shortest path take? All of these questions will ClassicPathCalculator answer for you by running a shortest path algorithm on a graph with all travelling points, boat-zepplin points and points connecting the zones. You can also choose if you want use hearthstone or mage teleports in the calculation.

 

How to use this addon:

Simply alt+click on the map where you want to find the shortest path to. Then the UI will show all the travelling points and how long all edges will take, kinda like google maps. Check images to see how this will look.

 

This addon is not extensively tested and may contain some bugs. It should however be stable enough that it can be a useful tool for players.

More features could definetly be added in the future if enough exitement is shown in the project. For example live tracking and TomTom integration.

I am using some data from other addons like InFlight and ClassicTravelPoints, but are transformed to work for the purpose of this addon.

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