Today we're taking a look at nameplate addons! There's quite a few options and you may be wondering what all the fuss is about, and it basically comes down to one aspect of the default Carbine nameplates that almost all the replacements change.
WildStar addons come in various shapes and sizes. While Sprint Meter Plus only replaces one tiny aspect of the default UI, it does so by consolidating two close functions in your sprint meter and dash tokens.
Welcome to our weekly WildStar Addon Spotlight! This week we've got the spotlight on Cards, an addon created by Saikou that is a great way to pass the time in WildStar, but you might find yourself addicted to the familiar if not just outright fun card game.
ETooltip adds a summary to the tooltip an item with relevant information on secondary stat increases including: milestones reached and bonuses from them, converts ratings into secondary stat estimates, as well as consolidates information from multiple bonuses.
Welcome to our weekly WildStar Addon Spotlight! This week we've got the spotlight on TieDye, an addon created by skwurlgrrl/aria that shows you the dyes you don't have and also lets you search dyes by color!
Welcome to our weekly WildStar Addon Spotlight! This week we've got the spotlight on Primula - Achievement Enhancements, an addon created byVegas_Enigma that makes the achievement window work like it should!
GatherBuddyImproved (GBI) is a derivitive work of GatherBuddy by Ciuine. SpaceWalker took that addon and really improved upon it by incorporating a way to whitelist gathering nodes, color customization and a transparent background on the main window.
Movable Frames does exactly what it sounds like it does, it lets you move any UI element you see on the screen, scale it, and hide a select few UI elements from view. To get started just open the config menu by typing /mf and the tall skinny toggle menu comes up.
Whether you're a seasoned WildStar beta tester or just someone new to WildStar, the AMP system can be a little confusing and/or intimidating. There's a lot of APMs to unlock and sometimes finding them can be a bit tricky. This is where AMP Finder really comes in handy. It's already programmed to know where all the AMPs are being sold, what quests AMPs are given as rewards for and where they are found as drops.
The purpose of Ayth_Quest is to show you the closest objectives for your quests, quest givers, harvesting/farming nodes, and path objectives. The inclusion of path objectives and harvesting/farming nodes is rather new to Ayth_Quest so they may not work 100% as intended. I know my settler doesn't get any lines drawn at all for it's objectives, but Aytherine is constantly updating this addon and I'm sure it'll get all paths working soon. As you can see in the image below, Ayth_Quest shows you which objectives are the closest by overlaying dotted lines that point you right where you need to go with the distance also thrown in for good measure.
Have you ever had the quest dialog from an NPC move around while you're trying to read it? Have other UI elements covered part of the dialog bubbles? Would you rather just have one window that opens with all the quest text and options? Well then ClassicQuestDialog(CQD) is your addon!