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(previously known as AggroMon)
This is a very small aggro alert addon.
I decided to wrote it mainly because I miss so much the little "AGGRO" sound of another addon "banzai-alert".
The addon uses UNIT_THREAT_SITUATION_UPDATE to check for threat changes.
It simply plays a sound and/or prints in the default chat frame and/or show a frame colored based on unit aggro (combat only). The options can be turned on/off indipendently each others.
The aggro level returned are:
descriptions taken from: http://www.wowwiki.com/API_UnitThreatSituation nil = unit is not on any other unit's threat table. 0 = not tanking anything. 1 = not tanking anything, but have higher threat than tank on at least one unit. 2 = insecurely tanking at least one unit, but not securely tanking anything. 3 = securely tanking at least one unit. or if you prefer: descriptions taken from: http://wowprogramming.com/docs/api/UnitThreatSituation nil = Unit has no threat 0 = Unit has less than 100% raw threat (default UI shows no indicator) 1 = Unit has 100% or higher raw threat but isn't mobUnit's primary target (default UI shows yellow indicator) 2 = Unit is mobUnit's primary target, and another unit has 100% or higher raw threat (default UI shows orange indicator) 3 = Unit is mobUnit's primary target, and no other unit has 100% or higher raw threat (default UI shows red indicator)
Since v0.2 it show also the aggro level of the target in a range 0-100 using UnitDetailedThreatSituation
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