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SpellList is an in-game spell database browser with filtering and chat linking capabilities.
SpellList can be accessed by typing /SpellList or /SL
For a list of commands, type "/SL help"
Note: Version numbering is in the format X.X.YYYYY, where X.X is the addon version and YYYYY is the game client build the current code is updated to. Mismatching build numbers may result in some newer spells not being detected as the code scans through an adjustable range of spell IDs.
-===- Scanner -===-
SpellList is coded with a live scanner and filtering algorithm that uses FPS limit code to throttle itself to an acceptable rate.
This rate can be adjusted and now saves between sessions.
-===- Display -===-
Spells shown in the list can be selected to keep its description in the details pane.
This allows you to mouseover another spell and compare descriptions for both spells.
Spells can also be linked into chat by Shift-clicking it in the list.
-===- Filtering -===-
Filtering can be done either by command line, using the filter text box that appears after clicking
the "Filter" button on the SpellList Window, or dropping a spell or item into the auto filter box in
the top right corner of the SpellList window.
Auto Filter Box - Any item or spell can be dropped into this area to start. Note only items with a use effect have a spell attached to it. If an item given doesn't have a spell attached, the filter will be set to the item's name.
Filter Text Box - Spell ID or Name may be given. To look for a specific rank of a spell, you must supply the name in the format, "Spell Name(Rank #)". This is the same format accepted by the /cast command. If an empty rank "()" is provided, the filter will search for spells matching the name given, if any, with no rank.
Command Line - The command line system is able to set the filter using the same rules as the Filter Text Box by using "/SL filter". This method also allows the use of spell and item links, using the same rules for the respective spell or item as the Auto Filter Box. Using the command line input for the filter will automaticly show the SpellList window. Note linking an item that you do not have may not detect the spell on it. This is a limitation on the game client and not anything I have any control over.
If the filter is supplied with an empty string or the Auto Filter Box is clicked without the cursor holding something, the filter will reset and display all spells found in the database. Alternatively, you may type "/SL reset" to clear the filter.