WelcomeWelcome to the Titan Development Team Google Code site. This will be our home for the Titan Panel source code as well as several of our own Titan Panel PlugIns. What Is Titan PanelTitan Panel is an AddOn for the MMORPG World of Warcraft. Titan Panel adds information bars to the top and/or bottom of the Blizzard UI window. To Do List: Please be patient as this is being updated 1. A fully-supported, completely rewritten follow-on to Titan Panel. It could be called something like Titan I/C (Interface bar/Control panel). 2. A team of programmers/testers responsible for the addon so that users would not have to wait for a response when they need help. Though not a programmer, I'd be more than happy to help where I could. 3. A Titan page on this server as the "Home" of the mod. Here, the team would post the mod and plugins they author, invite other authors to submit their plugins for testing and "certification", field questions, complaints, and suggestions from users as well as other authors, etc. Basically, one-stop shopping for Titan. 4. Remove all built-ins except for the following controls: AutoHide, Scale, Transparancy, and Volume. 5. Rewrite the other built-ins as separate plugins. 6. All coding by the Titan team and all files "certified" by them would include full comments. See the files contained in Gold Tracker-- each section of code explains what it does. (I'd like to see that author as part of the team). 7. Standardized naming convention and standardized version number for the main addon and all "certified" plugins, such as Titan I/C Ammo 2.3 r1 for the first release for Wow version 2.3; Titan I/C Sets 2.4 b1 for the first beta for Wow version 2.4; etc. 8. Version numbers should display not only on the Addons screen in Wow, but also on the Titan options menu and in each plugin's menu. 9. A read-me file in each Titan download containing directions for installation and use. 10. User choice of 1 or 2 top bars, 1 or 2 bottom bars, or 1 top and 1 bottom bar. 11. All plugins should be drag-and-drop anywhere on either bar. 12. New categories: Interface (plugins for standalone mods); Profession (plugins for class, weapon, and trade skills); Social (plugins for groups, guilds, friends, and chat); Goods (plugins for bags, bank, and inventory); Information (plugins for quests, feedback, maps, etc.); and Miscellaneous (plugins thad don't fit in one of the other categories and those not coded with a category) 13. After the main mod and plugins are rewritten, begin recoding orphaned, but still useful, Titan plugins and coding new plugins for standalone mods that exist for FUBAR but not Titan.