Rattus

Rift Achievement Tracker - RAT - Rattus

Rattus will allow you to track Achievement progress in a similar way that the Quest Tracker does.

Right click the Rattus icon (on the main Rattus window - NOT the minimap Rat icon!) to open up the search screen. You can use the mousewheel to scroll through this selection.

Using the mousewheel on the titlebar icon will change the scale of the windows.

Search for the achievement you wish to add, and click it to add/remove it from the current active set.

You can also remove them by leftclicking the achievement icon.

Completed achievements or requirements are show in green.

You can drag the tracker around by left-clicking and dragging the rat icon.

Mouseover the Rattus titlebar to reveal the icon controlpanel : Left to Right :

  • Go to previous achievement set
  • Toggle display of completed objectives
  • Toggle display of progress text
  • Toggle display of progress bars
  • Toggle activation of autozone
  • Delete current set (RIGHT CLICK)
  • Go to next achievement set

Right clicking the minimap icon will hide any open UI screens, clicking a second time will show any that were showing when they were hidden.

NEW: autozone

This is a feature where Rattus will load a set matching your current zone automatically.

If your current set is 'Normal', and you have one called 'Ember Isle' then it will switch to Ember Isle, when you set foot on EI, and switch back to Normal when you leave.

To aid in setting up sets, you can do (where ZONE is literal)

/rattus new ZONE

And it will create a new set based on your current zone name, without you have to type it in exactly correctly.

/rattus autozone -- toggles autoloading of sets that match the zonename
/rattus hidecomplete -- toggles display of completed objectives
/rattus progress text -- toggles display of progress text
/rattus progress bars -- toggles display of progress bars
/rattus add NAME -- Adds the achievement(s) called NAME to the current set
/rattus delete NAME -- Removes the achievement(s) called NAME to the current set
/rattus load NAME -- makes the set NAME active
/rattus copy NAME -- copies the current set to NAME
/rattus new [NAME] -- creates a new set [called NAME]
/rattus rename NAME -- renames the current set to NAME
/rattus deleteset [NAME] -- deletes the set NAME, or current set if no name given
/rattus list -- lists all currents sets

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