Main Program Downloads
ACTv3 Installer - This setup will check your .NET Framework version, create a desktop icon, optionally create Start Menu items and create an uninstaller.
This ZIP archive contains all the files from an ACTv3 installation and also includes the ACTv3 Clipboard Sharer.
May contain BETA software.
This separate application will allow you to send clipboard/G15/G19 data to your EQ2(or otherwise) computer while ACT is being run across the network. (Connect from ACT's Options tab, Miscellaneous section)
The program may be run from any local location on your computer. After its first execution, it will create a .config.xml file of the same name to save general settings to within the %APPDATA%\Advanced Combat Tracker\Config folder. It will not specifically save any data to the Windows Registry, so uninstallation is simply deleting the program and associated %APPDATA% folder. If you use the EXE Installation, you may wish to use the uninstaller to remove everything.
%APPDATA% is a global system variable which resolves to a folder based on your OS and user name. Typing paths including this variable into Explorer or any other file dialog box will render the correct path.
Parsing Plugin Downloads
The official EverQuest II English parsing plugin for ACT.
The official EverQuest II German parsing plugin for ACT.
Plugin based parsing engine for Japanese EverQuest II servers running the English client
The official EverQuest II Russian parsing plugin for ACT. (Localization by Karich of Barren Sky.)
A plugin that will make ACT parse Rift combat log files (/combatlog). -Creub-/-Altuslumen-/-Grimeo-
A plugin that will make ACT parse Star Wars: The Old Republic
combat logs. -iotasquared-/-Lodur- More Information
Dalen's ACTv3 Age of Conan parsing plugin
The Raid Attendance plugin watches the log file for 'player has joined
the raid' and 'player has left the raid' entries. When it sees a
'joined' entry, it adds that player and the time they joined to the
displayed attendance list. When it sees a 'left' entry, it adds a 'leave
time' and calculates a duration-in-the-raid for the player. The
resulting player list can be saved to an Excel file. More Information
A replacement sound engine for ACT based on SlimDX's XAudio2 implementation. This plugin will allow you to select different audio devices for ACT and amplify sounds over 100% volume.
To use this you must
download and install the SlimDX libraries
The Armory Tracker plugin is designed to be an extension of the Dragon's Armory website
. The first release includes support to track loot drops in Everquest 2. Personal dps parse tracking for better character analysis is in the works.
Provides a quick way to organize triggers for EQII ascension spell
combinations. A set of triggers and timers for your ascension class can
be enabled and disabled with a single click. If your group or raid
members 'say' a trigger phrase that references the companion spell when
they cast an ascension spell, the plugin can give an audio and/or visual
alert if your class can attempt a combo by casting the companion spell. More Information
Chromatics is a plugin for Advanced Combat Tracker (ACT) which connects Final Fantasy XIV (and other ACT compatible games) with Razer Chroma, Logitech & Corsair RGB devices. You can use this to make your keyboard, mouse, headset, etc. react to events, custom triggers, timers & other in-game functions by creating visual alerts using the devices' countless lighting options. -More Information
(Branch of the Loot Parsing plugin)
Parses for direct looting and lotto winning of items and collects
optional chat text preceding it. The plugin maintains a tally of who has
won how many pieces of loot for their main character or an alt, and
uses in-game commands to add/reassign/delete loot from the system. The
loot logs, tally, and command history is displayable in a
sortable/exportable table interface. (Available for EQ2
English-German-French) -Dracks- -More Information
Parses for direct looting and lotto winning of items and collects optional chat text preceding it. Data is displayable in a sortable/exportable table interface. (Available for EQ2 English-German-French) More Information
Volte provides ingame and out-of-game displays of parses and timers. It also provides remote access to parses and timers via message channels. ACT users can create channels for Volte clients to listen on. Remote users receive the ingame overlay displays, out-of-game windows, and/or voice callouts .. all configurable by each user. More Information
This run-once plugin has the ability to download the Microsoft utility Handle, scan for open eq2log file handles and have ACT open the log file. EQ2 should be running beforehand and ACT will be required to be running as admin for Handle to work. A non-plugin version is also available. More Information
Creates /do_file_commands macro files with social text warnings about players being afflicted with certain effects. More Information
Plugin to keep track of who is actively pressing their cure curse buttons , and who's cure curse spell is up. Handy for healers to coordinate , and for others to have an overview. More Information
This plugin , if set up correctly ,gives you the ability to make ACT trigger sounds, tts or start timers based on what happens in other raid member's log files. More Information
A plugin that allows you to auction items while still being closely
focused on the raid. Automatically generates channel messages based on
the bids you get , advances and finishes auctions up to including
sending tells to the winner all this using only 1 button. -Brylcream- More Information
Detects auto-melee attacks and tracks the different types as displayed by the Special column(aoe, double, etc). Each different special type can have a sound event attached. More Information
This plugin's purpose is to make it much easier to share XML settings exports of spell timers and custom triggers. Through customized export lists, you may save timers/triggers to file, upload them via FTP or have them dynamically generated by ACT's web interface. More Information
Will clear and repeat a spell timer when it hits zero if it has
"repeat" or "repeat combat" as the tooltip entry. If you start the timer twice within
three seconds, it will kill the timer. More Information
Upon an encounter ending, the allied ExtDPS will be prefixed to the title of the encounter in the treeview of the Main tab. More Information
This plugin shows currently active recast mods and allows you to modify the duration and effectiveness. Mostly this is a solution to Tenure
increasing CA duration -- including Traumatic Swipe. More Information
Speaks current raid/group or personal DPS for the current encounter using text-to-speech.
Report raid/group DPS or personal DPS. Speak current encounter DPS every specified number of seconds during an encounter. Speak mob name, encounter duration, DPS, and number of allied deaths after the current encounter ends. More Information
When combat ends, the 'All' encounter of that
zone is exported to the clipboard using default formatters. This plugin
conflicts with normal clipboard exporting... if both are used, the
automatic clipboard export of the recently finished encounter will
overwrite this plugin's export. More Information
Every second the plugin checks for new text in the Windows clipboard. If new data is found, it is sent to the ACT Clipboard Sharer, if connected. More Information
This plugin will provide an interface to give the distance between any three points.
in-game will fill in Location A
. More Information
Parses your harvesting "adventures" and keeps
simple stats on them categorized by harvesting action and node name,
then by item name. More Information
The following is a generic process to install a plugin for ACT.
- Download the plugin
- The plugin will have a .dll, .cs or .vb extension
- Place the plugin in a folder where you can find it later
- This can be a desktop folder, a My Documents folder, the ACT folder or a subfolder of ACT you create yourself
- ACT will sometimes automatically put plugins in its own Application Data folder: %APPDATA%\Advanced Combat Tracker\Plugins
- Add the plugin to ACT's known plugin listing
- Press the Browse... button at the top of the Plugins tab
- Find the plugin file where you downloaded it and click the Open button in the dialog
- Finally press the Add/Enable Plugin button now that the file path is displayed
- Next Steps...
- The newly added plugin will be listed directly below, at the top of the plugin list where you can disable/reenable it.
- Clicking anywhere on the panel will show the plugin's info before or after the plugin is enabled
- Once the plugin is enabled, a new tab will appear next to Plugin Listing for that plugin
- Each plugin can make use of this new tab any way it wishes to. Commonly you will find plugin options
This is the setup installer for Advanced Combat Tracker which creates an uninstaller and shortcut icons.
This ZIP archive contains all files of an ACT installation.
This file contains sample PHP files to use with a MySQL datasource. These files are bare templates only meant to show how to make queries for certain procedures. They have little formatting which allows you to write code around them easily.
7Zip executable archive of the plugin API documentation for ACT. You may find an online version of this documentation here
This is an export excerpt of my own spell timers ranging from T5 to pre-TSO raids. (uncategorized)
Apparently TL servers are a thing now, so I guess this is useful, somehow. I can't say how accurate these will be.
Compiled list of TSO timers for backup restoration purposes. I can't say how accurate they will be anymore.
Sample C# code of a mostly blank plugin. Provides an example on making a plugin based off a UserControl thus visually editable by Visual Studio and an example of using ACT's SettingsSerializer. More Information
This program has the ability to download the Microsoft utility Handle and scan for any open eq2 log files. EQ2 should be running beforehand. More Information
ACT's database exporting functions rely on ODBC datasources. This is an ODBC driver for using a MySQL server as the datasource. This must be installed on the computer ACT is being run from.
The Microsoft .NET Framework is required to run ACT. Different versions can be installed concurrently without conflict. This package may also be available on WindowsUpdate.com as a smaller download. If you need a non-web installer package, links can be found mid-way down the page. This is the version required for ACT v3.