Installing my mods: All of my mods are provided in a Zip file with a built-in subdirectory for the mod. With Extract Folders enabled in your file compression utility you simply extract the file to the AddOns folder in the Interface folder in your default WoW folder ("C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Interface\AddOns" by default). If the Interface or AddOns directories don't exist you can safely create them.
Latest Version: Release 7.1, Sunday, October 18th, 2009 (compatible with WoW 3.2)
Type /jdhp o or /jdhp options to open the options panel. Most PlayerFrame options can also be toggled with keybindings.
JDHP displays player health, mana/energy/rage, charges (when applicable), and exp info. Also colors player name when auto-attack is enabled, and colors health bar based on health percentage. Health and mana/energy/rage can be displayed as a percentile. it also allows display of health and mana values at your target's portrait.
The /tnl command sends your TNL (to next level) info to say, party, raid or guild chat, or just displays it for only you. Type /tnl help for more info.
If you have MobInfo-2 or another MobHealth addon JDHP will detect it and use it to determine target HP. If you don't have these mods target HP will always display as a percent.
See the included JDHP ReadMe.txt for more info.
Updates in release 7.1:
- Updated to work with WoW patch 3.2. (finally!)