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Do you get confused about which target you are supposed to be assisting on, especially when you are supposed to be one of the tanks, or a puller to a tank, or a mage sheeping, or a warlock banishing? Or do you have the responsibility for making sure that everyone has their correct targets before calling the attack, and never quite know if they do?
Targetz was written to try and help out with these problems. It adds a couple of lines of text to the bottom of your tooltip when you mouse over a potential target, showing who else in your party or raid is currently targetting that mob. Raid members who are setup as MTs (main tanks) or MAs (main assists) in CT_RaidAssist, oRA2 (if you have either of those installed) or in the default Blizzard raid interface are shown in blue text by default, while other raid and party members are shown in their class colors.
Targetz should work with many popular tooltip addons, such as Mousetip, TipBuddy (although not when the tooltip is in compact mode), TinyTip, AF_Tooltip, MobInfo-2, and others.
To avoid huge tooltips in larger raids where nearly everyone might be targeting a boss mob, Targetz provides the feature (on by default) to only show the MTs in the tooltip when you are in a raid. You can toggle whether Targetz only shows MTs, or shows both MTs and everyone else (or selected classes) using the Targetz options window via the /targetz show slash command.
Some examples of using Targetz
/targetz help shows these options.
/targetz toggles the Targetz options window.
/targetz show shows the Targetz options window.
/targetz hide hides the Targetz options window.
/targetz on enables Targetz (default unless you change it).
/targetz off disables Targetz for this character, and it will remain off until you turn it back on again.
/targetz target unlock allows you to unlock the target tooltip so you can left-click and drag it to where you'd like it to be.
/targetz target lock locks the target tooltip again so it can't be clicked on accidentally.
/targetz target reset resets the target tooltip back to its default position and scaling.
/targetz target scale <scalevalue> allows you to change the size of the target tooltip. Default is 1.0 (unless it has been changed by another addon like Mousetip).
/targetz target width <maxwidth> allows you to change the maximum width of the target tooltip.
/targetz focus <command> works the same as [b]/targetz target <command>[b] as described above, but for the focus tooltip instead./targetz reset resets all the targetz options to their default.
/targetz status shows the status of Targetz.