Updating wow mods


19-Dec-2016 03:46

If this is not the location where you have World of Warcraft installed, you will need to edit "config.ini" to point to your addons folder.

The default location of the addon list file is simply "in.txt", but this file will not exist on your PC, so you should either create "in.txt" in the same location as the utility, or name the file something else and edit "config.ini" to point to the new file.

For an automatic solution to addon installation, we encourage you to give the Twitch App a try for both Mac and Windows users.

Windows, Mac and Linux users can manually install addons they download from mods.

I also update parts of article with newest info, so if parts of it read funny I might have messed up in doing so. they are changing way spell names are returned by API.

Instead of returning them in same frame they are requested in, they return spell info without spell name in first frame, and queue spell name request to be returned in a later frame via SPELL_NAME_UPDATE.

The Twitch/Curse client is rather bloated and buggy, and comes with many features that most users will not ever use in the first place.

Installing addons manually is not always an easy process, so we've created this guide to help you along the way.The "config.ini" file is used by the utility to find where to install the addons to, and where to get the list of mods from.



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