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WanMark

Game Version: 9.0.2
Total Downloads: 385
Updated: Mar 3, 2021
Created: Feb 6, 2020
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v1.0.7 release 10.63 KB Mar 3, 2021 9.0.2 0 download WanMark v1.0.7 releaseDownload
v1.0.6 release 7.41 KB Jan 7, 2021 9.0.2 83 download WanMark v1.0.6 releaseDownload
v1.0.5 release 6.80 KB Jan 4, 2021 9.0.2 28 download WanMark v1.0.5 releaseDownload
v1.0.4 release 6.33 KB Feb 28, 2020 8.3.0 121 download WanMark v1.0.4 releaseDownload
v1.0.2 release 6.27 KB Feb 14, 2020 8.3.0 46 download WanMark v1.0.2 releaseDownload
v1.0.1 release 6.03 KB Feb 14, 2020 8.3.0 8 download WanMark v1.0.1 releaseDownload
WanMark-v0.5.3.zip beta 6.89 KB Feb 11, 2020 8.3.0 33 download WanMark WanMark-v0.5.3.zip betaDownload
WanMark-v0.5.3.zip beta 6.88 KB Feb 11, 2020 8.3.0 7 download WanMark WanMark-v0.5.3.zip betaDownload
WanMark-v0.5.2.zip beta 4.89 KB Feb 8, 2020 8.3.0 27 download WanMark WanMark-v0.5.2.zip betaDownload
WanMark-v0.5.1.zip beta 3.96 KB Feb 7, 2020 8.3.0 14 download WanMark WanMark-v0.5.1.zip betaDownload
WanMark.zip beta 3.98 KB Feb 7, 2020 8.3.0 8 download WanMark WanMark.zip betaDownload

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WanMark is an addon to mark party members

– in group – it can automatically mark tank and healer;

– in raid – it can automatically mark all tanks;

– not in party playing solo – it can keep your character always marked (idea coming from playing my little invisible goblin rogue);

– additionally, it has private mode, when you can assign list of character names per mark, to keep that characters always marked (playing with the same friends).

 

WanMark has two modes:

1) public, to mark

 – in group – tank and healer only;

 – in raid – all tanks (it uses up to 7 marks except skull);

2) private, when you pre-assign a mark per character name (actually you can assign a list of characters per each mark).

For example, usually I play with the same guild mates, each of them has few alts. I want the same person always to be marked with the same mark, does not matter on which alt, I want them marked as soon as they join party, right away, automatically, so I do it using WanMark private mode with auto-marking. 

 

Wanmark auto marking can be disabled or enabled:
disabled: you can initiate “mark party members” command manually using an assigned key shortcut, to mark group members according to selected mode.
enabled: WanMark automatically marks party members, as soon as they join your party (also it keeps party marked when you /they re-log or even enter visions).

 

WanMark keeps current settings stored, when you re-log or log under another character (the settings are global, not per character).
Settings stored:

– group marking mode: public or private;
– group auto-marking: disabled (default) or enabled;
raid group marking: disabled (default) or enabled;
– for public mode marks for tank and healer.
– for private mode lists of characters/marks;

– for solo content self-marking disabled (default) or enabled.
 
WanMark let you assign 3 keybindings (using standard WOW Esc-Menu -> Key Bindings -> Addons -> WanMark):
– 1) hot key to “mark members
– 2) hot key to “switch mode” (between public or private)
– 3) hot key to “remove all party marks
(for example, I use \, Shift-\, Alt-\)

WanMark supports the following slash commands (/wmark):
  /wmark on: enables WanMark automatic mode.
  /wmark off: disables WanMark automatic mode.
  /wmark mark: marks targets (if you do not like shortcuts).
  /wmark demark: removes any party members marks (if you do not like shortcuts).
  /wmark public: switches to public marking mode.
  /wmark private: switches to private marking mode.
  /wmark mode: switches marking mode between private and public (if you do not like shortcuts).

  /wmark raid [on/off]: shows/enables/disables marking/demarking in raid.

  /wmark self [on/off]: shows/enables/disables self-marking if not in party.

WanMark also supports advanced commands for public and private modes.
For public mode:

  /wmark show: shows currently chosen marks for tank and healer.
  /wmark tank 4: sets the current mark for tank to 4 (green triangle)
  /wmark healer 1: sets the current mark for healer to 1 (yellow star)
For private mode:
  /wmark show: shows lists of alts names, one line per mark, from 0 (no mark) to 8 (skull).
  /wmark X none: to clean string for mark number #X (X can be anmy number from 0 to 8).
  /wmark 0 name1 name2 … nameN: to re-define string for mark #0 (no mark)
  /wmark 1 name1 name2 … nameN: to re-define string for mark #1 (yellow star)
  /wmark 2 name1 name2 … nameN: to re-define string for mark #2 (orange circle)
  /wmark 3 name1 name2 … nameN: to re-define string for mark #3 (violet diamond)
  /wmark 4 name1 name2 … nameN: to re-define string for mark #4 (green triangle)
  /wmark 5 name1 name2 … nameN: to re-define string for mark #5 (white moon)
  /wmark 6 name1 name2 … nameN: to re-define string for mark #6 (blue square)
  /wmark 7 name1 name2 … nameN: to re-define string for mark #7 (red cross)
  /wmark 8 name1 name2 … nameN: to re-define string for mark #8 (white skull)

 

 

You can use mark names instead of a corresponding mark numbers.

For example for public mode:

  /wmark tank triangle

Or for private mode to define characters to be marked with green triangle:

  /wmark triangle Wanmage Wantank

  

Marks codes corresponding names:

  0: none

  1: star (yellow)

  2: circle (orange)

  3: diamond (purple)

  4: triangle (green)

  5: moon (white)

  6: square (blue)

  7: cross (red)

  8: skull

 

 

Example how to configure WanMark to auto-mark party in private mode.
Lets say my usual party has following members:
1 – me, on my mage Wanmage or warrior tank Wantank, always to be marked with green triangle.
2 – my friend1 on priest Holydude. druid Wildcat or rogue Quickblade, always to be marked with yellow star.
3 – my friend2 on warlock Shadowdeath or paladin Crusade, always to be marked with blue square.
List of commands to execute:
  /wmark private
  /wmark 4 Wanmage Wantank
  /wmark 1 Holydude Wildcat Quickblade
  /wmark 6 Shadowdeath Crusade
  /wmark on
Now, if you join any party, you marked as green triangle right away.
If one of your 2 friends joins your party, he is instantly marked with his mark.
To stop auto-marking, you can always do:
  /wmark off

To remove all current party members marks just use assigned shortcut or use the following command:
  /wmark demark

But instead, usually, if we 3 join a dungeon party, I switch to public mode using assigned shortcut or command

 /wmark public

And now all private marks gone, but only tank and healer marked.

OK, I hope it is more clear now.

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