<p>Prat-3.0 is a chat enhancement addon for world of warcraft 3.0.</p> <p>It is made up of 30+ smaller "modules" which each provide additional functionality, and can be enabled or disabled individually.</p> <p>In game, type /prat for a menu.</p> <p><strong>Bug reports: <a href=""></a></strong></p> <p><strong>Forum thread: <a href=""></a></strong></p> <p>Prat has just about every feature you can think of, and then some. Really. When I get some more time, I'll try and put together a full list (Even I have lost count)</p> <p>(Thanks to Dreamsight for this partial list)</p> <ul> <li>Change arrows, buttons, mouse scroll for chat scroll, scroll speed</li> <li>you can add color per channel, color per lvl, color per class</li> <li>timestamps</li> <li>timestamp color</li> <li>whether to show timestamp (what format the timestamp should be in)</li> <li>whether to show players lvl</li> <li>you can select the option for channel "stickys" (last channel you used you auto use when hitting enter, that sort of thing &ndash; or last thing someone said)</li> <li>change the looks of the chat's editbox - as well as where it appears (you can even undock it and move it to where you'd like it to be)</li> <li>chat fading, fading delay</li> <li>You can change the font to a list of fonts, add an outline to it, monochrome it (if you don&rsquo;t mind messing with files a bit you could prolly even add other fonts to that list)</li> <li>change the chat frame/chat box appearance</li> <li>set Chat history</li> <li>set channel abbreviations</li> <li>set brackets and color(or something instead of brackets)round player/lvl</li> <li>alt invite option (press keyboard &ldquo;alt&rdquo; button and click on the player&rsquo;s name to auto inv them)</li> <li>raid icon</li> <li>invite links</li> <li>info keeping</li> <li>url copying</li> <li>full chat copying + options (html,bbcode, plain, forum) + copy button</li> <li>allows pop-up msgs</li> <li>enables tell target /tt</li> <li>Alias options</li> <li>altnames options</li> <li>you can enable/disable all prat modules - dont have to have the ones you dont use running</li> <li>change chat sounds (incoming and outgoing as well as per channel)</li> </ul> <p>Its predecessor, Prat-2.0 has been around since the TBC release in 2006. This new version seeks to improve upon some aspects such as memory use, but still do so without creating 30+ small folders in your addon directory that you have to manage.</p> <p>While trying to reduce resource utilization, it is also important to note that some people prefer the features, and don't care that an addon uses 500k more. I have been trying to isolate the most resource intensive functionality into the Prat_HighCPUUSageModules folder. You can enable or disable it per your preference.</p> <p><img src="" alt="" width="673" height="396" /></p>