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Hacking World of Warcraft (ExtremeTech)

by Daniel Gilbert

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Provides instructions for creating macros, working with frames and XML, and developing scripts for the computer game World of Warcraft.

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Not about 'hacking' at all, but instead a very interesting book that explains add-ons for the World of Warcraft game, as well as how to make some good, basic class specific macros. Best for beginning add-on or macro makers. ( )
  nytetyger | Aug 10, 2007 |
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