Flèche de direction – Même principe que TomTom, cliquer sur un objectif de quête crée automatiquement un point de destination. Une flèche de direction vous guide alors. Elle est verte quand vous entrez dans la zone de quête. Vous pouvez aussi créer des points manuellement en maintenant la touche CTRL enfoncée et en cliquant droit sur la carte ou des suites de points en maintenant la touche SHIFT enfoncée et en cliquant droit sur la carte. Chaque point est relié par une traine permettant de définir une route.


Dugi Guide, I have found, is a great solution for all those looking for an elaborate WoW Guide. Besides having the always popular leveling guides for both Horde AND Alliance additionally you get a gold earning guide, which is also the most popular Warcraft product. On top of this he covers a multitude of topics from macro’s, talent builds, profession guides and even more. 

Dugi Guide, I have found, is a great solution for all those looking for an elaborate WoW Guide. Besides having the always popular leveling guides for both Horde AND Alliance additionally you get a gold earning guide, which is also the most popular Warcraft product. On top of this he covers a multitude of topics from macro’s, talent builds, profession guides and even more. 

I love this addon and the accompanying standalone tool.  Thanks so much.  In particular, I enjoy the commented section including bagged items so that I can easily simulate comparisons w/ the copy= command.  Is there any way to include bagged relics for comparison as well?  The addon must have access to the identifiers, and it would be MUCH easier than trying to match them on Wowhead. 

Multiple alpha versions can get pushed to Curse on an average day, these versions may contain important new features or bug fixes for the bleeding edge raid content... These versions are tagged as alpha, so they will not be downloaded by default. Set your Twitch client to update to alpha if you want these latest versions (but they may contain bugs, downloads tagged as "Beta" or "Release" are more stable and released less frequently)
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