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Some Addons!
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So I managed to scrap up some old addons for wow and put them together in a Rar file.
Hopefully you guys finds this usefull.

This pack contains:
  • Xperl
  • XLoot
  • QuuSpellAlert
  • OneBag
  • MobInfo2
  • MobHealth
  • Minicords
  • MetaMap
  • KLHThreatMeater
  • IsMounted
  • Gatherer
  • EquipCompare
  • Decursive
  • DamageMeters
  • CEnemyCastBar
  • CCWatch
  • CastingBarTime
  • AutoRepair
  • AtlasLoot
  • Atlas

DL can be found HERE!
Since the file is too large to upload on the forums I put it on dropbox. Filesize is aprox 9MB

Good luck out there!
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(02-14-2015, 04:24 AM)rille220 Wrote: So I managed to scrap up some old addons for wow and put them together in a Rar file.
Hopefully you guys finds this usefull.

This pack contains:
  • Xperl
  • XLoot
  • QuuSpellAlert
  • OneBag
  • MobInfo2
  • MobHealth
  • Minicords
  • MetaMap
  • KLHThreatMeater
  • IsMounted
  • Gatherer
  • EquipCompare
  • Decursive
  • DamageMeters
  • CEnemyCastBar
  • CCWatch
  • CastingBarTime
  • AutoRepair
  • AtlasLoot
  • Atlas

DL can be found HERE!
Since the file is too large to upload on the forums I put it on dropbox. Filesize is aprox 9MB

Good luck out there!

rar file? why not .zip? rars are great containers of viruses / win32 worms
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#3
(07-27-2015, 09:24 AM)Dumbledore Wrote: rar file? why not .zip? rars are great containers of viruses / win32 worms

Zips have the same problem... File compression is file compression, there isn't anything necessarily inherent about rar files that make them more of an 'at-risk' compression format other than the idea that it is hard to detect viruses in certain compressed files. As long as the contents are not run after file extraction has completed - you are fine. You can extract and then perform a virus scan. Delete if there is anything shady.
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#4
I scanned with eset when i downloaded it said it was clean
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