The Slacker's Guide to World of Warcraft

Titan Panel

We've saved the ultimate in laziness-promoters for the very last. Titan Panel puts a little bar on the top of your screen, the bottom of your screen or both that contains a massive amount of information at a glance. It displays current server time, the number of bag slots you have available (and lets you open them all with one click), the amount of experience you've earned and how long until you'll level at that rate, your current PvP rank and how much honor you've earned, how much ranged ammo you have left and even the total bonuses you're receiving from all of your gear... whew. And that's not even everything it can show you in those two tiny, unobtrusive, magical bars. It'll even auto-hide if you find it annoying and the information shown is completely customizable so you only see the stuff you want to see. Known as the everlasting overlord of all WoW add-ons, Titan Panel is indispensable for World of Warcraft players that can't be bothered to crunch numbers or keep track of statistics.


  • Azymuth - September 27, 2008 7:25 p.m.

    Every mod works both on Windows and Mac. They are executed by the game itself and therefore, are not OS dependant. Just install them the same way you would on a PC by going into /Applications/World of Warcraft instead of C://Program Files/World of Warcraft.
  • ClusterShart - September 26, 2008 6:49 p.m.

    macs will extract automatically, and no, they probably wont Macs rule
  • Youreverydaygamer - September 29, 2008 12:46 a.m.

    THX azymuth, thats a huge help! :P And i didnt see Jurassic Park, i played the arcade game once or twice though
  • Smeggs - September 27, 2008 8:47 p.m.

    What? No funny Jurassic Park reference for the pic on the last page? Oh well. I have never seen the alure to WoW. I played it at my best friends house. Played his strong account and a weak guy I made for the hell of it and I was bored out of my skull.
  • Youreverydaygamer - September 27, 2008 12:30 a.m.

    Well that sucks. Any mods that work on a mac that you know of?
  • Youreverydaygamer - September 26, 2008 4:46 p.m.

    Hey guys, if anyone reads this, i have a question. Do you know if these will work on a Mac computer?? And if so, how would i extract the files and stuff? Help?

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