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Created:05-22-13 08:35 AM
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DIYChat
Version: 1.0.4
by: CKlausi [More]
Do It Yourself Chat
DIYChat is a lightweight chat addon, easy to configure with one single config-file.

What does DIYChat do?
It customizes the appearance of the chatwindows:
  • move editbox to top or bottom
  • change font
  • removes buttons and arrows

And it adds some features:
  • Easy url-copy (wip)
  • simple scrolling to top or bottom
  • configurable timestamps (wip)

How to configure DIYChat?
There is no ingame config, there is only a file "config.lua", open it in a simple editor like "Notepad" and edit the configuration.
It is easy to understand, comments in the file will help you to get the point.

When do changes take effect?
You have to reload your interface, simply type "/reload".

DIYChat gives you a lot of configuration options while being simple and small.

You want to support this addon?
Donate while downloading or download from Curse.com: http://www.curse.com/addons/wow/diychat
Thanks!

Click here to lend your support!
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