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What is SwiftDiscipline? Basically, SwiftDiscipline is an addon that attempts to make it easier for GMs on ArcEmu servers to, well, discipline their players. Swiftly.

How do I use SwiftDiscipline? SwiftDiscipline is very easy to use, with uncluttered prompt windows and an intuitively laid out UI that leaves little question as to how it functions. The main method of working with the addon is via the eight command buttons that you will find on the bottom right of your screen. Clicking on these buttons will open a window that takes the information required for the command you selected, such as Kick Reason, Ban Duration, Port Location, etc. Clicking on a button with a player targeted will prefill the player name box with the target's name.

An alternate, yet equally convenient method of using SwiftDiscipline is via the dropdown menu buttons that the addon adds to the BlizzardUI UnitPopup dropdowns (these are the menus that appear when you right-click on someone's name in chat or when you right click on your target's portrait). This is especially useful when you're receiving a flood of "OMFG REZZ MY HERO PL0x" whispers, as you can just right click on their name and select Resurrect.

The addon also has a couple other tricks up its sleeve, check out the feature list and the screenshots following it below.

SwiftDiscipline's Features

-Adds a sort of control panel for commonly used functions such as Kick, Account-Ban, IP-Ban, Mute, Teleport, Paralyze, and Revive.

-Prefills player name with currently selected target.

-Hooks into the Blizzard UnitPopup dropdown menus to provide a quick way to Kick, Ban, Appear, Summon, Port, or Resurrect a player.

-Allows for up to 10 "Saved Reasons" for player kicks. These saved reasons are predefined, editable strings of text that you can use to quickly provide a reason for a kick such as Vulgar language, exploiting, use of caps-lock, etc.

-Counts the number of times a player has been kicked in a session (by any GM) and suggests a temporary ban when the kick count gets high.

-Completely removes the need for a GM to use .playerinfo to get a player's account name or IP address for a ban, SwiftDiscipline does this automatically, and also warns you if the player you're about to ban has GM permissions.

-Comes with a basic stat tracking feature, allowing you to see how many kicks, bans, revives, ports etc. you've done since the addon was installed.

-Sends a server-wide announcement for player bans (can be disabled).

-Intuitive, easy-to-use prompt GUI system with uncluttered windows and a small, unobtrusive main window that doesn't take up unnecessarily large amounts of screen space.

-Includes a minimize feature that reduces the main window's size to a very small, thin bar.

Download http://leetsoft.net/downloads/SwiftDiscipline.zip

FINAL NOTE This addon is designed to work with ArcEmu commands and system messages. It may not work with other emulators or newer revs of ArcEmu if commands or system messages (like pinfo output) are changed. Testing and development for this addon was done on ArcEmu r579, and support for the "new" GM command set in r583 is also included. It MIGHT work with Aspire or other Ascent based emulators but only if the commands and the system GM messages have not changed.

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