World of Warcraft utility made with Rev

David Bovill david at
Mon Aug 11 15:43:46 EDT 2008

Ditto. I am currently looking at what is possible in terms of interfacing
with a Rev application - have used WOW matrixopn. In fact I am currently
writing a funding application for a project involving young people and media
which would do this - so the timing of you post is spooky.

And Sarah - do tell me your user name so we can meet up :) I've just moved
server from Venture Co to Magtheridon. Any other WOW players out there?

2008/8/11 Sarah Reichelt <sarah.reichelt at>

> Hi all,
> I and most of my family are keen World of Warcraft players. The basic
> game allows developers to create add-ons which provide additional
> features/reports etc. Keeping track of these and updating them as
> required is a nightmare. Enter the wonder utility called "WowMatrix"
> <> which does all the work of listing
> available add-ons, checking what you have installed and what version
> numbers, updates any or all of these and then launching the main
> program. Highly recommended for all WoW players.
> The app had certain rather familiar interface elements, so I had a
> look inside the app bundle and found to my delight that it was made
> with Revolution.
> It is a very neat app, auto-updating and turning a tedious chore into
> a single click. However I do have a few ideas for interface
> improvements, so if the author is a member of this list, please would
> you contact me off-list.
> Cheers,
> Sarah
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