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9-16-2010 @ 7:19PM
HatTrick has always been one of my faves, I'm surprised Blizz hasn't already integrated it into the standard UI by now.Super-highly recommended n stuff,
9-16-2010 @ 7:23PM
Never heard of HatTrick. Looks like a perfect addon - small, giving great and useful functionality. Going to get it as soon as I get home today. Great find there McCurley.
9-16-2010 @ 8:40PM
HatTrick is good, HelmNCloak is good too.HelmNCloak is for those who use the Equipment Manager.http://wow.curse.com/downloads/wow-addons/details/helm-n-cloak.aspx
9-16-2010 @ 8:42PM
You do not need an addon for this function. A macro is possible and a lot easier than having to deal with an extra addon to so something minimal.For buttons on your action bars that toggle your head piece/cape on/off, simply make macros with these commands:For helm: /run ShowHelm(not ShowingHelm()) For cape: /run ShowCloak(not ShowingCloak())
9-16-2010 @ 11:27PM
hunters have enough to macro without stuff like that. got my macro slots all full up
9-17-2010 @ 2:51AM
I just use outfitter for this issue. In outfitter, you can set the outfits to show/hide helmet/cloak. So if you like your tanking hat but not your healing one, its really easy to set up. Although this little addon looks nice :)
9-17-2010 @ 10:09AM
Yep, rather an addon than another two macro AND action bar slots taken.
9-17-2010 @ 2:50PM
"## X-Credits: Based off Ani's Helm'n'Cloak toggle by Ani (aka Sirocco from Blackrock (EU))"Very nice that Tekkub is refreshing a mod made in 2006, a mod that I still use today and still works fine after all of these patches and updates.
9-17-2010 @ 5:44PM
I guess I just don't see a point to an add-on for this. I almost never want to see the helm, and in the rare circumstances I do (fishing outfit for example) I have macro's that switch my gear and toggle the setting automagically for me. *shrug*
9-18-2010 @ 6:10AM
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