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Updated:04-12-10 07:16 AM
Created:04-12-10 07:16 AM


Version: 1.1
by: Goldpaw [More]

What is this?
Yet another small mod to hide the constant spam like "You can't do that yet", "Not enough energy", "Ability is not ready yet" and tons of others.

It includes a whitelist of "good" messages that always will come through, like when your bags are full, or the reason why you can't take a taxi somewhere. The whitelist is populated with WoW constants, thus ensuring it to work with several different locales, without the need to add any localization to the addon. This is where it differs from other similar addons.

Can I configure it?
You can't. If you wish for other messages to get through, you can take a look at the gError.lua file. The system is fairly simple, and the code contains a link to the error list on WoWWiki.

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Unread 04-13-10, 10:53 PM  
A Kobold Labourer

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Thanks for making this.

I recently started using ErrorFilter and there was another addon for errors I tried in the past but forgot the name of. Anyhow, I am giving gError a try now and I think I will like it much better because of the customizable white list.

Did you have any plans to remove the sounds that play when you get the errors? Just wondering.

Anyhow, so far I am using your gChat, gMinimap and now this gError addon. I may be trying out the gBOT next because I am interested in three of the functions it provides.

So far 3 for 3 with me! Keep up the good work.
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