SorhaQuestLog is a basic Quest/Achievement addon similar to other quest addons such as MonkeyQuest, nQuestLog and to some degree tomQuest2.
It allows the display of quests and achievements in on screen configurable minions.
FAQ: How do I access options?
-Use the slash commands /sql or /sorhaquestlog
-Right-click the LibDataBroker critter
How do I collapse or expand a zone header
Left-clicking a zone header will expand or collapse it.
Also holding alt and right-clicking a zone header displays a drop down menu you can use as well.
I turned on hidden quests, now how do I hide or show my quests
Right-clicking a quest will hide it, right-click it again show it.
Also you can right-click a zone header to get a drop down you can use to hide/show quests in that zone.
I broke it, what do I do?
Either post the error here or use the ticket system here
I want to help translate SorhaQuestLog to another language (locale)
Click here to use the wowace localization system
I have the achievement minion located at the bottom left corner of my screen. Unfortunately the minion expands downwards when adding further achievements to the minion so the list gets off the screen. I think there is an anchor setting needed. ;-)
thanks for the new stuff. I have already translated the new phrases for the german locale.
The quest-starting item notification works great although i would prefer a little different order of the elements:
<text for quest starting item>: <icon><quality-colored item name>
your questlog was a very reliable companion during the last week. Great work!
However there is still one thing that i need very badly: anchoring options for the quest and achievement minions. I can't imagine that it is that terrible complicated for you to implement this but it will help all users that like to display the minions at the bottom and have them grow up.
I love this addon, especially the way it's designed with separate "minions" for quests, achievements, quest timer, and I especially like the remote quest minion.
I do have one small request:
Could you add an option that would allow players to toggle whether or not the quest level is included in the titles of the quests tracked in your Quest minion?
I use another addon called Levelator that puts the quest level in front of any quest, in nearly every place that a quest title can appear in the UI. It even includes the quest level when I link a quest in chat by shift-clicking on it.
Because of this, quest titles tracked in your Quest minion are looking something like this:
"  Getting Bladespire Tanked" and
"[69 Dungeon] [69D] Terrok's Legacy"
I believe you've stated that your addon is based in part on the old Monkey Quest addon. If I remember correctly, Monkey Quest had an option let users turn off the displaying of quest levels, so perhaps this will be a fairly easy option to add?
First, thank you for taking the time to be an add-on author. I don't know how I'd play WoW without people like you!
I've been looking at your addon to replace TomQuest2, which has apparently been abandoned. I like what I see, but I do have a couple of "wishes".
I'd like to see the ability to have a max height on the tracker frames so they can be more compact but able to scroll up and down in them.
I'd like to have the ability to combine the achievement and quest trackers into one frame just to save space. ;D
Lastly, and least important in my opinion, an LDB display widget that shows dailies done/dailies (like your quest tracker header text) total and maybe time until dailies reset. Maybe a list of dailies you've done on mouseover?
Basically, I have been kind of lost since TomQuest2 was abandoned and isn't very reliable any more, so I'm trying to find something that will replace it without me having to re-learn where everything is and fit all this new stuff into my UI. I'll be using yours, especially since it isn't broken <LOL> but these things would make me ecstatic! I can pm/send you screenshots of what I mean if I did my usual undecipherable job at explaining things.
Thank you for your consideration - and I completely understand if you tell me to take a hike - it is YOUR addon after all :p
The addon is "All Rights Reserved" so technically you cannot publish your updated version without committing copyright infringement.
I'd suggest trying to contact the author through the Private Messaging system to ask permission to take over the addon. If you can't get in touch with them, writing your own addon from scratch is always an option, or you can petition the Curse project moderators -- use the "Report" icon on the project page -- to let you take it over even without permission. However, you should really try contacting the author and giving them time to respond first.