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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).
– 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:
1: star (yellow)
2: circle (orange)
3: diamond (purple)
4: triangle (green)
5: moon (white)
6: square (blue)
7: cross (red)
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 4 Wanmage Wantank
/wmark 1 Holydude Wildcat Quickblade
/wmark 6 Shadowdeath Crusade
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:
To remove all current party members marks just use assigned shortcut or use the following command:
But instead, usually, if we 3 join a dungeon party, I switch to public mode using assigned shortcut or command
And now all private marks gone, but only tank and healer marked.
OK, I hope it is more clear now.