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Here are some EverQuest utilities.
- EQDKP Plus - DKP stands for Dragon Kill Points, which are just a name for awarding points to guild members for attending raids and tracking loot purchases. EQdkp Plus supports a lot of Games, you can easily connect it with your board and it's a full featured CMS.
Are third party programs allowed by Daybreak? The answer is yes, as long as they don't cheat. Here are some quotes from Daybreak explaining:
|“|| I'm not gonna create a list of approved programs, however I will say that common sense is more than enough to tell if you are cheating.
Parsing - Not cheating
Item Collectors - Not cheating
Program that has autofire button (and you are still in the general vicinity of the keyboard) - Not cheating
Swimming on auto-run into a corner to raise up swimming - Not cheating
Cheating - not allowed.
If it's reasonable and not unfair it's not cheating. If it gives you an unfair advantage and allows you to do things that can't be normally done in game it's cheating.
It [I.S. Boxer] is not in and of itself against our rules. It can be used, especially in conjunction with other programs, to violate rules. And for Everchanter's benefit I will include an obligatory "shhhhhhh!"
We don't tend to endorse specific software (who knows what might be added in the next release). Window management software and key replication (although not automation) are both allowed however.
GamTextTriggers is an overlay tool which searchs for phrases in your log, when found will trigger a graphic or audio response. GamTextTriggers is similar to the in game audio triggers, but the result can be a timer counting down, a line of text flashed up on screen, playing an audio file, or using text-to-speech to speak some text for you.
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Introducing Gimagukk's Incantatory Notation Apparatus (GINA), a log monitoring application that provides audio and visual feedback based on triggers you either define or import. GINA builds on many of the great features introduced by Gamanern of GamboSoft.com in GamTextTriggers like Text to Speech, text overlays, and in-game trigger sharing, and adds on features such as multiple character monitoring, trigger organization, and more sharing options. GINA is primarily developed with EverQuest in mind, but theoretically may work with other log-based programs as well.