|SalensLittleHelper-9.1.5.003 release||139.80 KB||Nov 4, 2021||9.1.5||26||Download|
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Salen’s Little Helper
Approves various confirmation windows for you. You can control what is Auto Approved and what is not in the configuration screen. (Examples in the Images tab.)
Auto Loot Control:
Loots as quickly as possible. Allows for filtering by Item Quality (Poor, Common, Uncommon, Rare, Epic, Legendary, Artifact)
Tries to mount whenever you are not moving and in a mountable area. Can mount based on your Favorite selections, your current mounts (based on Flying, Riding, Swimming Mount Lists), or you can specify the mount for each category. You can also adjust mount delay times for if it is too slow, or too fast and getting in the way.
Auto Repair using player or Guild funds when opening a Repair Vendor Window.
Auto Sell when opening a Vendor Window. Allows for filtering by Item Quality, Item Level, Bind type, Bag Types, etc.
Auto Skip Cinematics. (Used to actually play in game Cinematics and cut scenes, removed that as Blizzard added it.)
Shows Levelling rate and/or Time to Level on XP gain.
Allows setting max Camera distance. (This used to be in the game, they took it out of the UI, but it is still there. I play zoomed out or Motion Sickness punches me in the stomach. This lets me zoom all the way out and not get sick.)
Creates an onscreen clickable button whenever you receive a Consumable item. Button position is adjustable. Option to rescan on login/load. Can disable when crafting or looting your mailbox.
Creates an onscreen clickable button whenever you receive an Equipable item. Button position is adjustable. Option to rescan on login/load. Can disable when crafting or looting your mailbox, and for BOE’s/Lower Item level than equipped in that slot. Can also auto equip by Item Level and ignore slots with Heirlooms.
Creates an onscreen clickable button whenever you receive a Lootable item. Button position is adjustable. Option to rescan on login/load. Can disable when crafting or looting your mailbox.
Creates an onscreen clickable button whenever you receive a Quest item. Button position is adjustable. Option to rescan on login/load.
(Warning: this module destroys emersion in the Lore. Good for altoholics like me; however, I recommend disabling this for the first time through any new content.)
Auto accepts/completes quests. Can auto share new quests. Can auto select new rewards based on Item level.
Auto Selects some Gossip Text (I manually add the gossip texts I run into, but this currently only really covers Shadowlands, and Azeroth Auto Pilot’s Levelling route. One day I will finish levelling through other Chromie times to add those too.)
Creates Dialog button and hotkeys for Gossip Text. Can be disabled in Raid/Group/Instance.
About the Author/Mod:
Salen’s Little Helper is an assortment of Quality-of-Life options, mostly Questing/Levelling or open world related. Many of these exist in other Mods that are out there in similar formats. I started this project primarily because I got tired of waiting for the numerous Mods I used to be updated after patches, and because I had never made a Mod before. So, I looked at the Mods I used and eliminated all the ones I no longer really used. Then I made my own Mod to get rid of the remaining Mods I had installed, but only used for a small piece of their functionality.
Since I started this because I wanted control over my Mods and wanted to minimize the installed mods I did not utilize, when I decided to share this with others, I added options to load or disable each module, hide the menus for what you do not use, and select profiles for customization; this way you can have control over which options are useful to you, and fully disable the ones you do not want.
Each Module has its own configuration screen. Some have many options, some only Enable/Disable. These options are entirely dependent on what I felt was useful at the time. You are welcome to make suggestions for additional functionality in each if there is something you would like. (Please note: I work full time and this Project is for Fun. Bugs will be prioritized, because “I’m not just the president, I’m also a client”. Suggestions I may add immediately, eventually, as time permits, or I may decide not to add it for any number of reasons; however, I will try to at least respond with some sort of status if you take the time to make a suggestion.)