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5-18-2010 @ 2:37PM
@Jejin About the savedvariables post a bit above (I got no clue how to reply to your post there)It probably is a bad idea to distribute the savedvariables from Soundtrack with your music since it contains all Soundtrack settings, so if people were already using the Soundtrack addon their settings will be overwritten with yours.I had a quick look at the Soundtrack addon and it seems to be easy to write an addon that adds your music track to the Soundtracks library. This way people won't have to do the Python stuff to add the tracks. But they still would have to assign the music to each dungeon.I think the best solution for your music would be to have it's own addon that just plays your music in the dungeons. Installation would be just like any other WoW addon which would be a big advantage I think. And it would "just work" out of the box without wiring music to dungeons and stuff. If you are interested I could spend an evening on such an addon and see how feasible it is with my coding skills.
5-18-2010 @ 5:47PM
That would be absolutely fantastic! Please do try if it isn't too much for me to ask, and email me back at firstname.lastname@example.org with the results!
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