MSE-6 is an add-on that uses SWTOR’s Combat Log to assist the player with awareness of their abilities and in some cases of impending doom. MSE-6 reads the Combat Log and can be used to track any ability that is reported in the Combat Log.
What does this mean? Well, just think of all those DoTs and HoTs that you have to worry about applying and/or removing. Maybe you have an ability that you know you should use more, but it always seem to slip your mind. Well then, MSE-6 might be the program for you.
MSE-6 runs outside SWTOR, using audible tones to let you know when a designated action has been completed. There will be some setup and configuration on your part, but the developer has designed the program to make this as easy and painless as possible.
You can download MSE-6 from here.
That looks pretty cool. I do hate dot tracking.
If you have any ideas, questions, or bugs you can post them on the developers page under the issues tab at:
You will need to sign up with Bitbucket first in order to post anything.
/Professor Farnsworth “Good news everyone”, You can now upload old combat logs to MSE-6!
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Can one person create a list of rules and port those rules to another user? This would be great for people like me who are altaholics but don’t really understand the intricacies of their class.
Sorry it took so long to reply.
I’m sure there is a way for people to share their saved file between each other, but I’m no master on each class either.
If you do run into something you want, but are unable to get working properly just let me know!
I have an ability that procs when the enemies health drops below 30%. At that point the ability “assasinate” lights up. Is there a way to signal this?
The easier way for me to answer this is to go kill some low level mobs to populate your combat log. Make sure during this time the assassinate buff is popping. Check the logs to see if swtor reports this action. If you find it in the combat log you can track it, and if you don’t, well… you can’t track it.
If this is like the trooper’s stacks of supercharge cells you might be out of luck. 🙁