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    Icesnake’s Add-on Emporium, Segment #19: Parrot

    Posted on Jul 6, 2010 by: Icesnake Frostfyre
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    Parrot

    Some time before Patch 2.0.3, way back in the beginning of 2007, Blizzard incorporated the basic concepts of the add-on Scrolling Combat Text into “vanilla WoW.” Newer players probably have no idea that there was a time when you needed the SCT add-on to see combat hits scrolling up from the center of the screen.

    While the now-built-in floating combat text is a big improvement, it could be even better. That’s where Parrot comes in.

    Parrot allows you to adjust the start and end points of your scrolling combat text, make it scroll in an arc to the left or right, and add text triggered by specific events (such as the Warlock ability “Nightfall”).

    This may not seem like a big deal, but try Parrot for a week and you’ll wonder how you ever played without it. The author’s notes list these features:

    • Can change fonts
    • Multiple scroll animations to choose from
    • Choose what events you want to see and where
    • Customize how you want to see your info
    • Show spell or ability names and icons
    • Create as many scroll areas as you want
    • Suppress events you don’t want to see
    • Create custom triggers

    You can get Parrot through WoWmatrix, from WoWinterface, or from Curse.

    Music for this segment is provided by Freeplaymusic.com and is entitled “Pirate’s Hook,” by Tillman Sillescu.

    (Link for the MP3 to be added here)

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