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10-25-2010 @ 10:12PM
And hopefully they'll smarten up and actually include the ability to disable the non-combat pet sounds without using an addon. Who in their right mind thought it was a good idea to listen to 20+ NCPs rifling or screaming or what not, nonstop while you're trying to check mail, the bank, AH, or read quest text or a chat channel?
10-25-2010 @ 10:28PM
There's an addon that shuts non-combat pets up? OMG! What is it? What is it?
10-25-2010 @ 10:51PM
The only time I've really had an issue with a pet, was when lil' XT came out. Mainly cause you could hear it from the other side of Dalaran. I haven't heard the gunshots go off all that much personally.
10-26-2010 @ 1:41AM
Worst one is the Pandaren Monk. Does he have to kung-fu CONSTANTLY? Take a break, chubby panda, for the love of the Old Gods, TAKE A BREAK.
10-26-2010 @ 5:49AM
You can.Options -> Sounds-> Uncheck "Enable pet sounds". I think it was addd in 4.0.1.
10-26-2010 @ 7:50AM
There had been a pet sounds options before 4.01 but I think it only applied to hunter/warlock pets and the like, not NCPs, which is where the real problem lies. You don't see as many combat pets standing around these days, which is a good thing as they are pretty annoying too with the growls and such.As for the addons, these are the only ones I can find:For the Core Hound Pup & Pug - http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info16459-QuietThatPup.htmlLil XT - http://wow.curse.com/downloads/wow-addons/details/xt-mute.aspxLooks like no one has done one for any of the others: Lil KT, Pandaren Monk, Mini-Thor, Murky, Grunty, etc. Someone needs to take those 2 above and then do the same for the others and combine it into one pack.
10-26-2010 @ 10:19PM
Thank you! Now I can bring out my corehound pup again. I missed him, but those noises irritated me so much.
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