This addon allows Guild members to browse each others instances and raids to see what a members(s) are attuned to. Requires the entire guild to have the addon to work.
The Guild Attunement Tracker is an addon designed to allow guilds to keep an eye on what instances and raids members are attuned to. (Note - This is unfortunately one of those 'everyone needs it for it to work properly' addons)
Users set their own attunements in the addon, and any guild member with the addon can browse the guild member's attunements. Attunements that can be monitored include: Heroic keys Outland Instance Keys Outland instance attunements Outland Raid attunements Azeroth Raid attunements
I have no plans to add Azeroth instance keys or attunements to this list.
New in 2.0.1: The addon automatically detects whatever attunements it can by scanning the keyring for keys, bags and bank for necklaces, monitoring for certain quest hand-ins, or entering certain instances. When you install it will automatically detect your key attunements, and when you open the bank it will detect your Onyxia/BT attunements. However the 'attunement by quest' instances will have to be set manually, as they are unable to determine attunement until you hand in the quest, or enter the instances.
Users can browse which attunements a particular character has, or search for characters attuned to a particular instance (with optional filtering by class and level).
Thanks go to the BlackAdder guild on Nordrassil for helping test the addon in its various stages of development, with particular thanks to Dilwyn, Nyken and Solidusstu.
Command list: The only command you need to know is /attune which will open the main attunement window. As of V1.2 there is now a minimap button too. Set your attunements with the 'My attunements' button in the top left.
What I'm currently working on:
Version control - letting you know when theres a new version out.
What is still not going to happen:
Tracking of old azeroth instance keys (Theres far too many anyway). Fubar support (Why would you want that anyway) Titan support (see above) Guild master and officers being able to modify or add people to the attunements list (This will not be implemented, not because i don't want it, but because it re-opens the security flaw fixed in the 2.0.0 release).