I personally use Cursebreaker as I like the simplicity of the interface. This is a nice option for those who want some type of GUI
Fantastic! Easy, simple and looks neat! Thanks!
Ill be using this instead of Overwolf for sure.
Put it on the AUR for any Arch users that wanna give it a spin. Works pretty flawlessly for me so far.
Twitch is just a big lagy crappy piece of garbage, glad theres a couple of options , i ll give them a try ;D
My problem with Cursebreaker is, I have to manually install all the addons and I have like 80 of them. I don't know where to even find them to manually install.
Thanks for explanation of difference between Ajour and Wowup.io, will stick to Wowup.io as it has everything i need.
Using WoWUp here and it works really good.I got everything i need in that one.Easy to update addons and easy to get more to install.While i was looking for a new addonmanager, the one that most people recommend seems to be Cursebreaker, but i dont understand why.It doesnt even have a proper GUI, its not to recommend for a beginner.
Looking forward to a stable release version closer to SL with an add on search function.
Looks like they added addon search functionality with the latest release 0.4.0.
Welp, Twitch uninstalled. I'm using Ajour!
I have a lot of WoW addons installed: ElvUI + 103 from CurseForgeCurseBreaker v3.13.0: Mine favorite, but needs url or web site for addon installation- import existing addons: good- update existing addons: perfect- update existing weak auras: perfectTwitch CurseClient: Sometimes it installed classic addons into mine retail wow addon folder.Ajour v0.4.1: Every time I press the "Refresh" button, it finds another number of installed addons.WowUp v1.18.4: Every time I press the "Re-Scan Folders" button, it finds another number of installed addons.
Exactly what i needed. Tried a lot of managers and this is by far the most useful one.