Well, I dont think you're supposed to keep the old _npc scan folder, only the new one without the underscore in the name. Try to move/delete the old folder with the _ in the name out of your addonfolder, and just keep the NPCScanner folder.
At some point there was a change in the foldername, so maybe that is whats causing problems. Worth a try?
_npcScan.Overlay is another extra addon that works with NPCScan, but its a seperate download.
Those are my files: _NPCScan.Overlay.Broker _NPCScan.Overlay NPCScan
As I told you before if I disable the _NPCScan (the separate addon) the circle is keep showing. Only if a disable the NPCScan the circle disappears. Can you maybe post a screenshot with the setting to remove the circle?
The npc macro key binding dose not seem to be working compared to how I am used to it working in the past (if the mob is found flagging it and selecting the target), is this an issue with my game, a change with the way the NPC.scan macro works or the macro no-longer working due to changes within wow (again)? many thanks for peoples response.
Can you say how does npscsan should work in old moduls?
Now i have in Pandaria: just stars on minimap without signal, is it ok?
And in BC I have problem with achivement: in npscan settings i see red and green mobs, but it hides from worldmap all routes, so I need to turn off from black list that allready done, or NPCSCAN think I done all, WHY? Will it work anyway?
The only way to detect pre-MoP rares is either via mouseover or nameplates. To use nameplates, you need to open the Game Menu (escape key), then turn on Interface->Names->Always Show Nameplates - this will show a nameplate for everything, unfortunately, but without this the only way to detect the old-world rares is either via mouseover or setting up the NPCScan Targeting Macro under Game Menu->Key Bindings and continuously spamming that while you move around.
So if I'm camping for TLPD and have nameplates on this should work right? I'm just sitting at a spawn point with name plates on hoping this will work.