How do I copy a track name to the clipboard?
Hold Shift and right-click a track to put the track name in the chat editbox then press CTRL/C to copy it to the clipboard. If you just want to print the track name in chat, hold Shift and left-click a track.
Dialog sound is enabled automatically when I play a sound kit in Leatrix Sounds.
This is intentional. Lots of sound kits require the dialog channel to be enabled with dialog volume at an audible level.
When I click a sound kit multiple times, different sounds play.
A sound kit is a container for one or more sound files. Example, all the emote silly sound files for gnome female are grouped together in a single sound kit. Clicking a sound kit in Leatrix Sounds will play any of the sound files inside it.
Is every single game sound really included?
Yes. The sound kit list is extracted from the game files and imported directly into the addon using a completely automated process.
Will Leatrix Sounds be updated?
Yes. Leatrix Sounds will be updated with each major patch.
Of course not. Addons are compiled by the game and they run in a restricted environment so they can only do what Blizzard has expressly permitted them to do.
There are too many updates.
Then don't install alpha releases as they really aren't necessary. If you are using Twitch app, make sure it's set to 'Release' and not 'Alpha'. To do that, open Twitch App, click the Mods tab at the top, click World of Warcraft, under 'My Addons' right-click 'Leatrix Sounds' and set 'Release Type' to 'Release'.
Can I update Leatrix Sounds without restarting the game client?
Yes. Just update the addon and reload your UI. On the rare occasion that a game client restart is required, the addon will not run and a message will be shown in chat advising you to restart your game client.
I am a developer. Can I open Leatrix Sounds from within my addon code?
Yes, just use SlashCmdList["Leatrix_Sounds"]("").