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If you're going to use the export script (see below), also follow steps described under _Exporting Raid_
When entering a high-end vanilla instance (MC, BWL, ZG, AQ20, AQ40, Naxx) a new raid will be automatically start being logged.
Every time a player joins the raid, his attendance will be automatically logged.
Loot distributed will be automatically logged as well when picked.
When raid is over, type `/rl end` to close and save the raid. For help and a full list of commands, type `/rl h` or `/rl help`.
There are two way of working with this addon, your Master Looter can either send loot to the rightful receiver, or all loot can be picked up by one person, decided on the go and traded to the final receiver.
If you're distributing loot directly to the receiver, there's nothing special needed to be done, it'll track everything automatically, you can skip this section.
To work with others, they have to install the addon as well, then everyone who's using it should write `/rl sync <SYNC_PASSWORD>`, everyone should use the same password to be able to sync.
To determine who's able to vote for loot, write `/rl council <PLAYER_NAME>` for each council member. This will be synced to other members in your sync channel so only one person needs to do it.
Loot council members will be see extra controls near each loot row and will be able to vote –
if all council agrees, a green check will appear indicating this received has been approved –
if even one council member disagrees, a red cross will appear –
As a one-time step, you need to do the following –
* Install [Node.js](https://nodejs.org) framework.
* Open a terminal and go to the RaidLogger addon folder, for example `cd \WoW\Interface\AddOns\RaidLogger`.
* Install library dependencies using command `npm i`.
**Do not forget to `/rl end` or you won't see the raid on the list**
After exiting WoW, you may upload the attendance log to your guild's website.
From command prompt, run the upload script –
node export.js upload raid <WEBSITE_API_URL> –backup <BACKUP_PATH> –gear –logs <WCL_PARSE_URL>
For example, on Windows –
node \WoW\Interface\AddOns\RaidLogger\export.js upload raid https://myguild.com/api/SECRETKEY –backup c:\logs-backup –gear –logs https://classic.warcraftlogs.com/reports/Z9n1PdXK3vgL6mBQ/
Or on Mac –
node /Applications/WoW/Interface/AddOns/RaidLogger/export.js upload raid https://myguild.com/api/SECRETKEY –backup ~/logs-backup –gear –logs https://classic.warcraftlogs.com/reports/Z9n1PdXK3vgL6mBQ/
You can save this command into a script, so you won't have to type this all over again each time. Make sure to replace `WoW` with the actual path of your World of Warcraft directory.
You'll be then be shown with last 10 raids, after choosing one it'll upload it to the website.
Write `node export.js upload –help` for a detailed list of commands and what each parameter does –
Usage: export upload [options] <what> <url>
Uploads data to guild's website
<what> raids / buffs
<url> website API endpoint URL
–backup <path> Back up files to this directory
–gear Parse and upload gear from WoWCombatLog.txt, will also backup/delete it
–retainlog Do not delete combat log
–logs <url> Link to raid logs
-c, –combatlogs <url> Location of combat logs
-h, –help output usage information
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