WoW EmoteLib addon Dragonflight/Wrath of the Lich King Classic 2022
wow addon EmoteLib


Game Version: 1.13.7 +2
Total Downloads: 2,144
Updated: Jul 31, 2021
Created: Feb 8, 2014
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2.00 release 385.50 KB Jul 31, 2021 1.13.7 +2 0 download EmoteLib 2.00 releaseDownload
EmoteLib_151 release 129.31 KB Mar 13, 2021 9.0.5 189 download EmoteLib EmoteLib_151 releaseDownload
EmoteLib 1.50 release 78.72 KB Oct 2, 2020 9.0.1 200 download EmoteLib EmoteLib 1.50 releaseDownload
1.42 release 76.51 KB Feb 21, 2020 8.3.0 +1 592 download EmoteLib 1.42 releaseDownload release 76.44 KB Oct 18, 2019 8.2.5 +1 230 download EmoteLib releaseDownload



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EmoteLib is a user defined emotes library.
This WoW addon allows you to store and quickly play your personnal emotes or built-in emotes.
Emotes are displayed in a scrollable and resizable list.

Main emotes list:
Click on the list title to display a local dropdown menu with more options.
Shortcut: double-click on the list title to collapse or expand the list.
Drag the list title to move the list.

Simply click on an emote to play it.
Right-clicking on an emote displays a local dropdown menu with more options.
Shortcut: click on an emote with SHIFT, CTRL or ALT key to edit the selected emote.

Editing UI:
Define the emote to play if you have a target, or not.
All token built-in localized emotes are available from emote edition window. A built-in emote doesn’t require a “with target” definition: targets are managed by the WoW engine.
Click on an token emote to play it.
Clicking on a token emote with SHIFT insert it into the “without target” emote definition. Clicking on a token emote with ALT insert it into the “with target” emote definition.

Supported slash-commands:
    /emotelib show — display the emotes list
    /emotelib reset — reset UI position
    /emotelib resetall — reset all settings to default, including your saved emotes
    /emotelib help — display available commands


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