WoW EquipPummeler addon Shadowlands/Burning Crusade Classic 2021
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EquipPummeler

Game Version: 1.13.5
Total Downloads: 41
Updated: Jul 11, 2020
Created: Jul 10, 2020
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EquipPummeler V1_Fix release 2.23 KB Jul 11, 2020 1.13.5 27 download EquipPummeler EquipPummeler V1_Fix releaseDownload
EquipPummeler V1 release 2.23 KB Jul 10, 2020 1.13.5 14 download EquipPummeler EquipPummeler V1 releaseDownload

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EquipPummeler is a basic addon that allows druids to quickly equip a Manual Crowd Pummeler with a specfic number of charges, without having to open your inventory and find/select the Pummeler yourself. Also includes basic macro support to allow you to reliably equip 1 Pummeler per encounter while in combat using a macro.

 

Features

  • A small bar with buttons to equip a 3, 2 or 1 charge Pummeler from your inventory (out of combat).
  • Falls back on equpping higher charge Pummelers (i.e. if you try to equip a 2 charge Pummeler when you have none, 3 charge Pummeler will be equipped instead).
  • Support for basic macros that allow you to equip a 3, 2 or 1 charge Pummeler in combat.

 

Macro Support

Due to limitations with the addon API the buttons to equip Pummelers on the bar will not work when in combat. To get around this, I implemented some basic macro support that works as follows:

  • When you enter combat, the slot containing the first 3, 2 and 1 charge Pummeler will be remembered by the addon, so after combat begins you should not move your Pummelers.
  • The addon will then generate macro commands to equip the Pummelers in those specific slots internally and bind them to invisible buttons.
  • Thus, by creating macros with the commands "/click MacroThreePummeler", "/click MacroTwoPummeler" or "/click MacroOnePummeler" you can equip a 3, 2 or 1 charge Pummeler, respectively.

 

Note that it is only reliable to equip one Pummeler in this way but that should hopefully be a sufficient work around for the API limitations.

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