Quest Helper Not Working 4.0.3
The important part is that I'm no longer allowed to ask for donations in-client. It may also have issues. You still need to input in US English, but you should get the "right" points regardless of locale. It is a very, very simple fix. Source
The author may have abandoned it, or it may have outlived its usefulness. With the 3.3 quest map changes, QuestHelper doesn't have nearly as many users, and those who still use it don't donate as much. It's just that simple, right? The quest "Burning to Help" needs to be revised to direct players to Bittertide Lake, where the mobs for the quest are, the current location is incorrect.
Version 4.0.3a.142r Februrary 13, 2011 Resolves several issues and updates quite a bit of pathing info. I just forgot to change that part of the version number... It turns out that, in many situations, the "use more CPU during higher framerate times" code will account for the majority of QH's CPU usage. Even a few bucks will help more than you'd expect - look at the top of this page for more information.
- Version 1.3.5 12/15/2009 Fix "/qh help" to display all the text instead of its previous behavior, namely, not displaying all the text Strip a ton of private server data out -
- But beyond that: it's been a good ride, thanks for coming along.
- When in doubt, look at the file size - if it's less than 100k, it's probably the wrong file.
- User created objectives default to "Highest".
- I made another game.
- Aerie Peak Agamaggan Shattered Halls / Sunstrider et al.
- Reply #23 nebolith Nov 12, 2011 at 23:29 UTC - 0 likes Ok figured this out..
- However, once 3.3 is released, QuestHelper will now optionally show dots on your map for quests that you haven't done. "/qh incomplete" to activate it, then look at your map.
Likewise, if you are looking for a particular elder, drop the "Elder" part of the elder's name and the location part. And yes, this is compatible with the 4.0.6 client. New QH tries to use a roughly constant amount of CPU time (by default, it's 7.5%.) This should result in roughly the same CPU usage on systems that get 40FPS, with It is about numbers and counting - two things which everyone finds fun.
Magic will occur shortly. kmcguire pointed out that a bit of QH was using far more memory than I'd thought, and gave a suggestion for how to improve it. It seems to not be connected to the objectives frame though.. Sometimes the economic truths change. * Along with that, QuestHelper doesn't have as many users as it used to.
It will hide objectives for any quests that aren't complete. You must login to post a comment. I always enjoyed dungeons more, and with the 3.3 LFD changes, pretty much all of my playtime is now spent in dungeons. I use this for debugging, but some people just love to stare at streams of meaningless data.
Sometimes it shows one or two quests, if I've just picked them up, but soon after, they disappear.As I type this, I have several daily quests in IC that I've picked I picked it up because it looked like a challenge, because I wanted it to work better for my own purposes, and because I saw a lot of potential for what If none of those help, disable your other plugins as a test to find incompatibilities. ==== My framerate is low. If you have any addons that enabled CPU profiling, turn it off, it greatly increases the amount of work WoW has to do.
Made some more changes to the saved variables file structure. this contact form Now you have one! Yeah well uh * 3.3 compatibilty for real this time * (crosses fingers) * Fix minor display irritation in tooltips * QuestHelper now has a logo. It's just that simple, right?
Another pile of bugfixes in this version - once again, please report anything that's problematical. And have load out of date add ons.I had the same problem, i exited my client and then they loaded. You won't notice any significant QuestHelper improvements because I'm adding backend code to support eventual major improvements, and to keep the entire thing from melting down. have a peek here There are probably missing features that I'm not aware of, and there may be bugs.
You probably will be directed to the wrong place. Sorry 'bout that. Alternatively, I can include a certain set of things (like reagents) into the database explicitly.
Made a couple new error messages that are a bit more verbose.
Quote Post#3 » Wed Dec 16, 2015 13:14 Thanks very much for this ... Unfortunately, Blizzard's addon development rules, coupled with the 3.3 changes, pretty much killed that project. If it doesn't know where to find it, and it involves new post-Cataclysm content, you'll need to wait until the new database is built. **It reduces my framerate too much/uses too Version 4.0.3a.70r Dec. 12, 2010 Added check for nil c in float(c) in collect_location.lua.
It's now a lot more efficient. Version 1.3.0-beta 11/16/2009 Hey hey time for a major version Major feature the first: Achievements. But if someone would like to try, take a look at the sourcecode and go add something moderately major. Check This Out It's because of this that I have resisted updating the addon here, but I want to keep you folks at least function.
ones that can't be done yet, such as quest turn-ins for incomplete quests. What can I do to fix this? Long version: QuestHelper's always been kind of an odd project for me. See, normally, when I do big nasty things, I go and test it for a few hours on my own.
Unfortunately this means that if you hit 58 during a play session, they won't show up until you reload your UI. Featured SitesMore Guild Wars 2 Guru Guild Wars 2 Guru The latest and greatest on Tyria. It includes a database of quests, monsters, and items, telling you the exact location of that dang Perfect Satyr Horn you can't find. If the filter is on, and you're in a raid, it will filter out quests that you would be unable to make progress in. * By now you should realize that
Turns out not all business plans work out :) * Most importantly, though: QuestHelper is done. Added a collector for hearthing. Merely go into your existing Achievements pane and look for a little checkbox on the bottom-right of some achievements next to the QuestHelper symbol. Reply #25 Wildsided Sep 04, 2012 at 22:03 UTC - 0 likes You should name the file 5.0.4 as v5.4.0 is way down the line for release by Blizzard.
It will cause QuestHelper to ignore group quests while you're not in a group. Browse Core Curse MMO-Champion WowStead CurseForge WowAce SkyrimForge SC2Mapster LoLPro ExilePro Community Minecraft Forum Terraria Online Arena Junkies Guild Wars 2 Guru DiabloFans FPS General DarthHater Defiance Forum Wildstar Forums Database Version 1.1.11 8/17/2009 Try to handle installation errors better, part 1/2. In-game Alliance characters:Haleh pronounced Hay-lee, also my rl name.
I picked it up because it looked like a challenge, because I wanted it to work better for my own purposes, and because I saw a lot of potential for what