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12-07-2009 @ 10:12PM
At least it appears they've learned it's better to start early in the day. The thing I'm most anxious for is the completed quest log. Must become a Loremaster.
12-08-2009 @ 1:48AM
Do you know, will it be able to track quests you've already done before the patch happened? Because that would be totally awesome.
12-09-2009 @ 11:47AM
Then be prepared for awesome, friend. This was the first thing I did, after I got my corehound pup out of the mail.Download and install (from wowinterface) the addon EveryQuest. Also, it helps to have Lightheaded because of the wow(dot)com comments. (You can click a quest giver's name and get the coordinates.)When you open your quest log, there is an EQ button at top left. Click it. It opens a quest list. At the bottom is the "Options" button. Click that.Now look for the "Query Server" entry in the list on the left. I think that's how it reads. You'll then see a red button in the pane on the right that says "Query Server." Click that. You get a message in your chat window that it downloaded the list and is ready to populate. Now click the red "Populate" button. You might get a red message saying that there were some unidentified quests. No biggy.At this point, you may want to close and reopen the list from the quest log again. You will see quests, by zone. Green ones are done. White ones are not. The number to the left is the quest level. Click one and you get a Lightheaded window with the notes.Last night, I finished up the last 24 quests I needed for Loremaster Eastern Kingdoms in a couple of hours. Turns out the Undead opening quests were enough with some left over, but I had never thought of that, and I was racking my brain on where to go next.I know this is a lot of information, but if you read it slowly, maybe even print it off to refer to while you do the steps, it's very easy. I'll start tonight on the 300-some I have left in Kalimdor!On, and EQ can also import information from a couple of other popular quest tracking addons.I'm finding that "awesome" has taken on a whole new meaning. You can respond here if you have more questions. Good Luck.
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