This is my vision of the quest journal. I wanted it to look more classic, like TES3 Morrowind’s quest journal. It has full functionality of the original ESO quest journal plus some additions. The additions include:
- display of times (start time, steps times, end time),
- quests history (Completed Quest),
- quests conversations (quest start/end dialogs),
- display of completed quests rewards,
- quest progression steps,
- possibility to change the journal appearance (skin, font, colors)
To open the journal type /journal command or go to the controls menu and set your desired key binding. The quest history contains only quest completed after this addon installation.
Quest Journal Navigation
Navigation tips are shown on the bottom strip. Here are the defaults:
Current Quests page
T – switch to the Completed Quests page,
LMB – click on a quest name to switch to details page,
RMB – click on a quest name to set it as focused.
Completed Quests page
T – switch to the Current Quests page,
LMB – switch to details page of selected quest,
Quest Details page
T – back to the Current/Completed Quest page,
E – previos page,
R – next page,
F – share quest (if the quest is not completed),
X – abandon quest (if the quest is not completed),
X – delete quest (if the quest is completed),
F1 – set as focused (if the quest is not completed),
M – show on map (if the quest is not completed),
LMB – click on the NPC name to switch to the Conversation History page.
Conversation History page
T – back to the Quest Details page.
As with most Addons, simply open the Archive and copy the contents into “%USERPROFILE%\Documents\Elder Scrolls Online\live\Addons\” folder.
If ESO is already running, execute /reloadui command.