Tired of typing in "Hello ______" "Welcome back _______" or want an easy way to way to welcome new guild members to the guild? Do you sometimes forget who an alt is, and find yourself welcoming someone again who has just logged out and into an alt?
Greeter lets you configure your own sets of custom greetings, welcome back messages, and new guildie welcoming messages. You can also configure a "real name" to use for each member of your guild (if you prefer to call them by a shortened name, pet name, or real name for instance), or to refer to an alt by their main's name. You can configure alts so that you know not to welcome the same person more than once in a short period of time.
This does not "auto greet." What it does is popup a small interface that you can click on to greet, welcome back, or welcome to the guild the player in question.
It is all easily configurable (type /greeter to bring up the interface).
If you use FuBar, there is now a bundled FuBar plugin. Currently it only toggles the configuration window open and closed. More configuration opens directly from the FuBar interface are being worked on.
- Additional configuration options integrated into Fubar plugin.
- Add optional cycling of GMOTD on a timer
- Redesign Configuration GUI to be more efficient and better looking
This addon was started based on an idea from Skint on Bloodhoof (EU) by Greya (email@example.com) and called GuildGreet, which was then taken over by Mordikaiin.
The last version written by Mordikaiin was used as the basis for this mod.
The original German translation is available thanks to Urbin, who also forked the code written by Mordikaiin into his own updated version of the mod, from which none of the code in this mod was taken.
Patch notes for Greeter v2.4.3-1.1
2.4.3-1.1 - Added basic FuBar SUPPORTED
2.4.3-1.0 - Bug fixes for 2.4.3, removed unnecessary/redundant pieces of code, streamlined some variables. Initial public posting.