documents/elder scrolls online/live/addons/mhQuestTools <<< delete this folder
documents/elder scrolls online/live/savedvariables/mhQuestTools.lua <<< delete this file
Wykkyd's Quest Tracker provides THE GAME'S BEST QUEST TRACKER (see screenshots) and basic command line features to help with managing your quests.
LEFT CLICK - focuses quest (as does T, default keybind)
MIDDLE CLICK - abandons quest, with confirmation box
RIGHT CLICK - shares quest
/qt always share - this will automatically share any quest you accept. Must-have feature for group questers.
/qta - abandons the last quest you accepted
/qts - shares the last quest you accepeted
/qt list - shows a list of all quests separated by zone, including the quest's current Journal ID
/qt list 30 - would search for all quests that are level 30.
Many, many more commands are available. /qt help - for details
- Minor bug fixes (not everything, but some)
- Dimmed out collapsed zones, so it is cleaner and more obvious which zone(s) you are working on.
- Updated for patch 1.3.3
- Updated to latest API version
- Fix for methods file UIErrors
- Fix for quest name squishing
- Fix for /qt commands
- Fix for "grabbed a quest" bug
- Flashing UI while talking to quest NPC's is to be expected for now. It is a very low priority thing and won't be fixed for a few weeks.
- Addon is now stand-alone and does not require Framework to function
- Massive overhaul of settings menu
- Far better handling of saved settings (they should all work now)
- If you change a setting that suggests you /reloadui... please do so ;)
- Update for new Framework version
- Added new details to the Addons window for version & expected Framework version
- Fix for the random line error in Create (which was a screen update occurring before the addon was fully ready).
I develop these addons in my free time. I have a full time day job programming for the Healthcare industry. I also have a wife, kids and pets. I do not create addons for the purpose of being paid. However, tossing me a few bones eases the stress and frustration after endless hours of "code grinding" because it adds to that feeling of my work "paying off". It also helps to say I make money on this when the wife asks why I spend so much time doing it
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