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  1. Asking to know if is there any thoughts on adding the TRP extended to the Epsilon launcher? I use the extended objects sometimes but people are usually lazy to download it (we're lucky they use the TRP because it's already integrated in the complete Epsilon download) so I was wondering ? Would it be possible to add the extended too?
  2. I know I'm probably an oddity in that I still use MRP, so I'm not sure how many people will use this guide, but I'd like to share my journey with this. I've been using MRP for years and I much prefer it's clean, simple, and elegant interface as it forces me to not rely on it as much while being out of my way, even if it has far less functionality than TRP3 or even XRP. I do like TRP3's map scan function though so I wanted to use that while keeping my current addon. First off, like any addon that doesn't come with Epsilon pre-installed, you'll want to get it from CurseForge, the 8.3 version. https://www.curseforge.com/wow/addons/my-role-play/download/2956215 Extract it and put it in your addons folder like you would any other addon Next, restart your game make sure they are both enabled (MRP and TRP3). First launch will probably throw an error which is fine as long as they are both showing. Go into the TRP3 Settings and start disabling as much as you can. Everything in the General tab Everything in the Register tab except for Enable Character Location Nothing really needs to be changed in the Frames or Advanced tab All modules in the Modules Status tab can be disabled (Click the arrow) If everything went right, you should be back to a plain old MRP interface. Nothing TRP3 should be visible except for the minimap button. At this point however when others click on you it will show a blank profile or your TRP3 profile to them when you want them to see the MRP profile. This is where it gets a little bit tricky. We'll need to modify two files within your addons folder. The first is in "<Install folder>\_retail_\Interface\AddOns\totalRP3\modules\register\characters" Right-click on "register_main.lua" and hit Open With and use whatever your editing program of choice is. Notepad will work, I like Notepad++. Go to line 794 and it should say TRP3_API.register.inits.dataExchangeInit(); You can also ctrl-f and look for it. From here, add two dashes before like this, then hit save -- TRP3_API.register.inits.dataExchangeInit(); Finally, go to this folder "<Install Folder>\_retail_\Interface\AddOns\totalRP3\modules\register\main" And rename "register_exchange.lua" to "_old_register_exchange.lua" Once done you can /reload in game This modification of the TRP3 will remove it's ability to communicate profiles, which will allow other users to see your MRP profile instead of the TRP3 one. TRP3 actually uses 3 different protocols to communicate, the first and most important being what we disabled, TRP2P. The second is what it uses for the map scan functionality, RPB, and the third is for communication with other RP addons, MSP. This should leave you with a version of TRP3 that you won't have to see or deal with, though when you open your map there is now a functioning map scan button, and others can scan you. If you have something like Stubby installed you may start seeing errors pop up, so disable any lua debugging addons you might have.