I'm not seeing the Profiles tab in the Settings, but on my profile page ;)Also, a "Completion" filter for the Quests list would be nice :)
Oh my god the Quest Tracking feature is a complete life-saver when you have more than a couple alts and are wondering whether this quest reward transmog item or battle-pet or reputation chain is still available to you. You guys rock.I just looked at my progress on the Kaluak reputation and now I know exactly which one-time quests are still available to me. Thank you Thank you Thank you!I will not thank you for the zone music, though. I can see myself spending wayyyyy too much time listening to very one of them.
Meant User Page instead of User Settings--fixed.Glad people like the new features!
Sounds like a great batch of updates. There have been times I've seen a quest reward I liked for transmog and thought "I wonder if I've complete that quest on such-and-such character." Thanks for the improvements!
I will not thank you for the zone music, though. I can see myself spending wayyyyy too much time listening to very one of them.This. To Nagrand!PS: Oh god it has autoplay. I'm DOOMED!
Oh very nice, I like the updates/changes. The music is cool hehe! I have some macroed in-game of some of my fave music, such as Argent Tourney and Lament of the Highbourne :D Now it will be nice and handy to find newer ones too. Thanks for the hardwork people :)
Wow, really nice! ^_^ Teldrassil & Nagrand here I go!
It doesent work?when I go to different zones there is no music :(
Ok, next request: I'd like to be able to link to specific music titles :)
Which zones aren't you seeing music for?We also have plans to expand sounds further, since we've been having a lot of fun with this :)
Oh sweet happiness! Im able to hear boss emotes now without going to youtube. ~<3 thank you so much wowhead.
Well, for example i've tried for ashenvale and nothing appeared or happened :-?
I didn't know the Disco Ball even had music so I followed the above link and clicked on Play Music only to receive "Error: Unsupported audio type or invalid file path".Any comments or suggestions?
I love this new sound feature, I have been waiting for it for years!Omg I love this song! http://wowimg.zamimg.com/wowsounds/sound/music/cataclysm/mus_42_druidsoftheflamea_hero_uu01.mp3Ps: I love the "next" button but I'd love a previous" one, It would make it even more awesome.
Oh my god the Quest Tracking feature is a complete life-saver when you have more than a couple alts and are wondering whether this quest reward transmog item is still available to you.actually mogit does this. it also shows alternatives....anyway, these changes are awesome! the music feature is probably the best idea, well, of all times.oh damn, i never actually heard the disco ball music before. that stuff is frightening.
Papir, can you provide browser details and screenshots to ? The screenshot I used for the post was an Ashenvale one, maybe it's a cache issue?
That's the most beautiful thing I've seen all month... Thank You!
Having some problems with zones music. its seem like i can only play every other one.
Well, for example i've tried for ashenvale and nothing appeared or happened :-?On this page you should see a "Music" section just underneath the map. If you don't see that, then you need to use a web browser that supports MP3 files with HTML5 audio. Assuming you're in Windows, this means use Chrome or IE. If you prefer Firefox (as I do), you'll need to enter about:config in your URL bar, and change the value for media.windows-media-foundation.enabled to true. (If this makes no sense, just try a different browser. Blame Firefox for not enabling MP3s by default.)I didn't know the Disco Ball even had music so I followed the above link and clicked on Play Music only to receive "Error: Unsupported audio type or invalid file path".Any comments or suggestions?That page has an OGG sound file. Internet Explorer doesn't play those files because IE. It will work if you view it in Chrome or Firefox.Yes, it seems like contradictory advice, I tell one user to use Chrome or IE, and another to use Chrome or Firefox. However, WoW uses two types of game sound formats (MP3 and OGG), and only Chrome supports both out-of-the-box. Firefox also usually supports both, but after you flip a switch (as detailed above). There's no way to make IE play OGG files (yet). Hopefully Microsoft will someday manage to do what everyone else can do, which is to support that open source format.These audio controls use the newest technology in web browsers (HTML5), and no Adobe Flash. This means some of this tech is still experimental and might be fiddly on some browsers. These new features will take time to improve. Use the most modern browsers you have available (which you should do anyway). This is only the beginning. :)
If I just had put all my money to such good use as I obviously did here. Good going!Blame Firefox for not enabling MP3s by default.Mine does.