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wow addon JustInTime

JustInTime

Game Version: 8.2.0
Total Downloads: 6,167
Updated: Jul 3, 2019
Created: Jul 3, 2018
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Earlier Versions

Name Size Uploaded Game Version Downloads
JustInTime 1.4.3 release 3.84 KB Jul 3, 2019 8.2.0 1,506 download JustInTime JustInTime 1.4.3 releaseDownload
JustInTime 1.4.2 release 3.77 KB Jul 1, 2019 8.2.0 270 download JustInTime JustInTime 1.4.2 releaseDownload
JustInTime 1.4.1 release 3.71 KB Jun 26, 2019 8.2.0 396 download JustInTime JustInTime 1.4.1 releaseDownload
JustInTime 1.4 release 3.73 KB Nov 9, 2018 8.0.1 1,780 download JustInTime JustInTime 1.4 releaseDownload
JustInTime 1.3.1 release 3.24 KB Sep 16, 2018 8.0.1 1,133 download JustInTime JustInTime 1.3.1 releaseDownload
JustInTime 1.3 release 3.18 KB Sep 15, 2018 8.0.1 104 download JustInTime JustInTime 1.3 releaseDownload
JustInTime 1.2 release 3.07 KB Jul 29, 2018 8.0.1 +1 630 download JustInTime JustInTime 1.2 releaseDownload
JustInTime 1.1 release 2.89 KB Jul 11, 2018 7.3.5 228 download JustInTime JustInTime 1.1 releaseDownload
JustInTime 1.0 release 2.85 KB Jul 3, 2018 7.3.5 120 download JustInTime JustInTime 1.0 releaseDownload

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This addon shows how long it took for a queue to pop and how much time you have left to accept.

Also, it has the option to remove the "Leave Queue" button, so you don't accidentaly deny a queue (queue pops can still be denied via the right-click menu of the minimap-eye).

It was inspired by SafeQueue, but as that was not updated in a while and only supports arena/battleground queues, I completely rewrote the addon and added a few features and improvements.

 

Features:

  – supports all kinds of queues (arenas/battlegrounds, Ashran/brawls, random/specific dungeons, looking for raids etc)

  – supports simultaneous queues

  – queue times are still correct if you reload or relog

  – minimal performance impact (while you're not queued, this addon does nothing at all)

 

Commands: 

  – "/jit button x" hides or shows the "Leave Queue" button ('hide', 'show')

  – "/jit announce x" sets the output channel for queue times ('off', 'self' or 'group')

  – "/jit sound x" sets if queue pop sounds should be played even when sound is muted ('on' or 'off')

Running any of these commands without a value prints the current value for that setting.

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