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PlayerQueue  New this week!
Version: 1.1
by: Coorbin [More]
# ESOPlayerQueueAddon
Elder Scrolls Online Player Queue Addon

## Overview

This addon keeps track of a queue of guild members locally (for any purpose you can imagine).

There are two ways to add people to the queue:

**Note:** All names you provide to the addon are case insensitive (meaning you can use caps or not).

### Managing the queue as the Addon Operator

If **you** have the addon installed locally, the following chat commands are available:

- /nq - Enqueue someone (put them at the end of the queue). Required parameter: Full @handle (with or without @) OR partial character name.
- /dq - Dequeue someone (remove the first instance of their name from the queue). Required parameter: Full @handle (with or without @) OR partial character name. Character names with spaces must be "quoted".
- /qf - **Q**ueue **F**ront -- put someone at the front of the queue. Required parameter: Full @handle (with or without @) OR partial character name.
- /cq - **C**lear **Q**ueue. Removes everyone from the queue. Character names with spaces must be "quoted".
- /getq - Print the queue to your chat window **and** copy the queue to the chat buffer.
- /printq - Just print the queue to your chat window. Does not copy to the chat buffer.
- /copyq - Just copies the queue to your chat buffer. Does not print the queue to your chat window.
- /stfuq - Shortcut to disable queue tracking. Also available in the settings GUI.
- /startq - Shortcut to enable queue tracking. Also available in the settings GUI.

Check the Addon Settings (Esc -> Settings -> Addons -> PlayerQueue) to enable/disable allowing players to request enqueuing/dequeuing in various channels or to enable/disable queue tracking.

### Managing the queue (of someone else) as a player

If someone else is using the addon and you want to get into their queue, ask them which channel you should put a command in, then use one of the following:

- !q - Add yourself to the end of the queue. You can also put someone else's @handle or character name to add someone else to the queue. Character names with spaces must be "quoted".
- !dq - Remove yourself from the queue. You can also put someone else's @handle character name to remove someone else from the queue. Character names with spaces must be "quoted".
v1.1: Fixed a bug causing a LUA error with the /cq command.
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