Every frame now follows a standardized layout with support for minimizing and scaling (ctrl+scroll).
It's also made with future customization in mind. Note: Use rightclick for awarding items.
Options menu overhaul
Master Looter options have been moved to a separate tree and the entire interface have been streamlined.
Updated chat commands
Most chat commands results in a more appropriate interface than before, while some have been removed.
By default, RCLootCouncil now auto passes on items certain classes can't use (e.g. plate for priests)
and items certain classes shouldn't use (e.g. leather for hunters).
The Master Looter can enable observe mode to let non-council members see the voting frame.
If enabled all RCLootCouncil frames will minimize when entering combat.
The Master Looter is now able to review the list of items before starting a session as well as
manipulating the list by adding or removing items.
Using the session setup, the Master Looter can choose to award items later thus looting the items,
and have RCLootCouncil start a session later by typing '/rc award'. It's not possible to automatically
give out items that's already looted, so instead '/rc winners' gives you a list with whom to give the item to.
RCLootCouncil can now add custom items to a session by typing '/rc add [item]'.
RCLootCouncil now have a customizable ignore list, for, well, ignoring stuff.
More usability to e.g. disable the popup when entering a raid by always accepting it, or
always rejecting it. Option to turn off the addon temporarily.
All responses on the voting frame are now filterable.
Everyone in the group is now added to the voting frame with a status text as their response,
e.g. "Not installed", "Selecting response" and "Candidate removed"
Two new columns in the voting frame:
"Diff" - which shows the item lvl difference between a candidates' equipped item and the one in session.
"Roll" which allows the Master Looter to add a random 1 - 100 roll to all candidates should he so desire.
New option to hide votes until one self have voted.
All frames are implemented as modules, which can be replaced. This also gives the opportunity
for anyone to add custom features to the core addon.
You'll get a "Disenchant" button in the voting frame. Clicking it will show a list of enchanters in your group (if any),
and clicking a name will award the item to that player with the reason selected for disenchant in "Award Reasons".
No more 20 item limit per session (not that you're gonna need that), no more "award in this particular order" limit,
no more "close session when you close the WoW loot frame", etc.
Old and not really useful. Better alternative in the options menu.
Noone wants to see people linking items in the raid chat just because someone didn't install an addon. Use whisper for that!
Not really removed, but automatically added so you won't have to think about that. Also removed "filter passes" due to the new filtering system.