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  • World of Warcraft
  • 675 Monthly Downloads
  • Supports: 5.3.0
  • 224,462 Total Downloads
  • Updated 06/15/2013
  • Created 12/19/2010
  • 233 Favorites
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  • Release Type: Release
  • License: BSD License
  • Newest File: 1.13
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About SheepMonitor

SheepMonitor provides various methods of notification to help you keep track of your flock. It is primarily designed with mages in mind however it should also work with other crowd control spells like Hex and Hibernate (this has not been tested).

SheepMonitor can provide you with a visual notifier (status bar), raid-style warnings, chat message, and party/raid notifications. Included in the notifications is the name of who broke cc and the source of the damage.

OmniCC integration that will show the time left right on your action bar (this is experimental I haven't tested it very throughly).

Quartz integration that will show the time left as a Mirror bar (obviously you must have the Mirror module enabled).

To move the default visual notifier (status bar) simply right click and drag.

1.13
- added Spanish translations (esES and esMX); thanks to Triston at T.A.G. Translations and Design for the translation
- added missing zhTW tranlations; thanks to BNSSNB for the translation

1.12
- added support for Paralysis

1.11
- updated for patch 5.3
- updated Ace3 versions

1.10
- updated for patch 5.0.0.4

1.9
- updated for patch 4.3
- added option monitoring other party/raid members cc
- disabled Ring of Frost (uncomment line 13 in auras.lua to re-enable)

1.8
- added Russian translation; thanks to evilstar for the translation
- added DroidSansFallback for proper font display is other locales

1.7
- fixed bug with expired notifier not disappearing when out of target range
- added support for the tracking of multiple crowd control auras
- replaced Dongle with Ace3

1.6
- updated for patch 4.2
- updated the version of LibAuraInfo
- added traditional chinese localization; thanks to SilentWorld for the translation

1.5
- updated for patch 4.1

1.4
- added support for Wyvern Sting, Banish, Fear, Seduction, Repentance, Turn Evil, Enslave Demon, Mind Control, Entangling Roots

1.3
- added support for Freezing Trap

1.2
- added a warning for when target becomes sheeped
- changed wording in settings to make it more obvious what things do
- fixed the toggle for break notification being honored
- added support for Sap

1.1
- added Quartz integration
- fixed lua errors that occurred when re-sheeping
- visual notifier's frame position is now saved between sessions

1.0
- initial release

Comments

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  • #40
    I just uploaded version 1.7 which fixes this problem.
  • #32
    Replace Line 74 of the Sheepmonitor.lua file:
    local timestamp, eventType, sourceGUID, sourceName, sourceFlags, destGUID, destName, destFlags, spellId, spellName, spellSchool = select(1, ...)

    with:

    local timestamp, eventType, hideCaster, sourceGUID, sourceName, sourceFlags, destGUID, destName, destFlags, spellId, spellName, spellSchool = select(1, ...)


    Tested with druid roots, warlock fear, and shaman hex and bind. The warlock Seduce didnt work however.
  • #34
    Doing this makes SheepMonitor work again on my Mage and Warlock.

    Thanks for the fix.
  • #33
    What is this fix for? Is it to make it work in 4.1?

    I only ask because the two lines look only slightly different.

    Thanks!
  • #35
    Yes, doing the above edit makes SheepMonitor work in 4.1
  • #31
    I want my addon back too, please please please update to 4.1 ^^ we love you
  • #30
    PLEASE FIX IT!!!! NOW!!!
  • #29
    Ima so missing this addon, was perfect.
    Would b awsome if u could fix it again!
  • #28
    Anyone know of a replacement for this addon, as it doesn't look like it's going to be fixed for 4.1 anytime soon :(
  • #27
    I want my addon back, please update to 4.1
  • #26
    i want my SM back! please get it working with patch 4.1
  • #25
    please fix this. im lost with out it.
  • #23
    OMG...sheepmonitor quit working after Patch 4.06xx on 4/26. Anyone know a workaround on that? I'm lost on my druid/hunter crowd control. Thanks!
  • #24
    i agree. i love this addon on my shammy. please update!
  • #22
    I just wanted to reiterate this suggestion:

    ------------------------
    Poppajonzz said
    Sat Dec 25 23:35:52 2010 (3 months ago)

    Works with Bind Ele and Hex, tried and true with my heroic testing. Lacks the ability to track more then one CC at a time. Also a feature to think about in the future would be the ability to target the mob via clicking on the countdown, possibly the ability to re-cast the spell that is already afflicting the mob? Just a few thoughts. Great start though. I look forward to seeing this addon progress.
    ------------------------

    Of the 2 suggestions, having the visual timer bar also function as a targeting mechanism would be amazing. Recasting the CC spell would be most ideal, but I can do without that - as I assume it might be a pain in the ass to program.

    Tracking more than 1 CC at a time would be awesome. Currently the tracking just switches over to the most recently cast CC. I understand that since this addon was created for mages who only have 1 CC, this normally wouldn't be an issue. I play a Shaman, and am often asked to Hex and Elemental Bind on the same trash pulls (yay me!). Having the timers for both CCs going at once would be fabulous. I'm a resto shaman, so the last thing I'm thinking of is my CCs after I cast them and mayhem has ensued!

    However, prior to today I was doing all of this without any CC addons, so having what's already here is amazingly helpful! Thanks for the great addon!
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