|WanWan_4.1 release||9.29 KB||Aug 2, 2015||6.2.0||1,518||Download|
|WanWan 4.0 release||8.97 KB||Aug 27, 2014||5.4.8||878||Download|
|WanWan 3.3a (Hot-fix) release||7.68 KB||Jul 2, 2014||5.4.8||212||Download|
|Wan-Wan! 3.2 release||7.75 KB||Mar 31, 2014||5.4.7||241||Download|
|Wan-Wan! 3.1 release||7.05 KB||Mar 6, 2014||5.4.2||103||Download|
|Wan-Wan! 3.0 release||7.33 KB||Jul 14, 2013||5.3.0||325||Download|
|WanWan 2.3 release||7.45 KB||May 10, 2013||5.2.0||185||Download|
|WanWan 2.2 release||6.48 KB||Apr 17, 2013||5.2.0||93||Download|
|WanWan 2.1 release||6.45 KB||Jan 15, 2013||5.1.0||197||Download|
|Wan-Wan 2.0 release||5.30 KB||Nov 3, 2012||5.0.5||236||Download|
|FeralSpeak_1-0 release||4.06 KB||Aug 20, 2012||5.0.4||74||Download|
Wan-Wan! — Read Me
Hello, there! If you need some basic info on this little project of mine, you've come to the
right place! I have everything in (hopefully) logical ordering.
Thank you for trying out Wan-Wan! I hope you enjoy it!
What it Does:
Wan-Wan! plays a random feral sound whenever you open up dialogue with a merchant or other
friendly NPC, or when you interact with a hostile NPC or enemy player to initiate combat.
The sound you'll hear will depend on what form you're in, whether the target is friendly or
hostile, and if you have a glyph active that affects your feral form. This is geared towards
druids and shamans who want to make extra sounds in their alternate forms.
NOTE: There should be no need to worry about annoying other players. The sounds are all
client-side, meaning only you will hear them.
As of right now, that is all Wan-Wan! does. That is all I wanted it to do. If you think you can
make it better or wish for it to do something else, my code is all yours to explore. Feel free
to do whatever you want with it. Unfortunately, there are some things I cannot figure out how
to do code-wise, such as making druids in cat form yawn loudly when they stretch. I would love
to make the addon do that, but that may take a bit more work, if it's doable.
This AddOn seems pretty lightweight. Hopefully, you won't run into any lag issues using it.
How to Use this Addon:
On first use: If Wan-Wan! is working, you should see a message in the Default Chat Frame once
you log into the game: "Wan-Wan! has successfully loaded! Type "/wanwan ?" for some help with
By default, this addon is enabled. You can use the slash command "/wanwan" or "/bowwow" to
toggle its functions on or off. This is the "base" slash command. You can tack on a slash
command option after the base command for some extra effects. You can see the full list below:
/wanwan The base command. Enables/Disables the addon when used by itself.
/wanwan spam Toggle the login greeting on/off.
/wanwan s Same functionality as "/wanwan spam".
/wanwan reset Change the addon's settings back to their defaults.
/wanwan r Same functionality as "/wanwan reset".
/wanwan adjust x Adjust the wait time before making an extra feral sound by 'x' seconds.
NOTE: x must be a number between 1 and 20, inclusive.
/wanwan a x Same functionality as "/wanwan adjust x".
/wanwan ? topic Get information on a slash command option of a certain 'topic' (for
example, adjust). If you only type '?', you will get a list of all
/wanwan help topic Same functionality as "/wanwan ? topic".
NOTE: You can always use the base command "/bowwow" instead!
Other Things to Note:
I use a timer function to make sure that the addon does not play more than one sound at a time
due to multiple possible event triggers. This should be adjustable with the adjust slash
command option as explained earlier.
The majority of testing was done in the current (5.4.8) live client (enUS).
My family and friends for their support.
The WoW community (both in-game and in-forum) for the inspiration, advice, and support.
You, the addon user, for testing out my idea!
Thank you for trying out Wan-Wan!
Feel free to let me know of any bugs or other errors via comments on the Curse website.
A personal message is also acceptable. Please make sure to post the whole error message.
I will get it fixed as soon as I can.
Questions? Comments? Suggestions? Please, send them my way! I am open to constructive criticism.