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Before reporting a bug, try to do a clean re-install:
  1. Remove all entries of Tukui Client from Add/Remove Programs.
  2. Remove data folder for Tukui Client:
    • Open a Windows Explorer window (folder).
    • Type the following in the address bar and press Enter:

      Code: Select all

      %localappdata%
    • Find the Tukui folder and delete it.
  3. Download the latest version of the Tukui Client and install it.

MacOS Client

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I have recently found myself (unfortunately) playing WoW on my MacOS laptop more often than not. There is no Tukui client for MacOS that I can find; however, there is an API that can be leveraged. Using this API, I've created a rough app which I can use to update my addons on classic/retail. Having done this, I have a few questions. As far as I can tell, there is no published license agreement for the API and there is no authentication required, whether through the Basic Auth that the .NET client does, or some kind of client application registration. The header returns also don't specify any kind of rate limits (nor do they correctly specify the content type, but hey, I can work around that).

Are there any rules / limits on the API that aren't published in the docs?

MacOS Client

2
Well, based on the lack of response, I'm going to assume that the answer is that I can leverage the API however I want.

Anyone interested in helping test the client? Its pretty bare-bones /shrug
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