Monster Hunter: World
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Gabriele Filipponi

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About this mod

This is the compatible version of SmartHunter for Iceborne: A complete overlay for Monster Hunter: World on PC.

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SmartHunter - Monster Hunter: World Overlay
A complete overlay for Monster Hunter Iceborne: World on PC. Features include:
  • Monster widget - name, health, parts, status effect buildup, and crown.
  • Team widget - name and damage meters.
  • Player widget - buff, debuff, and equipment/mantle timers.
  • Open source - freely learn from and contribute to the project.
  • Skinnable - create and distribute your own rich styles and animations with XAML.
  • Easy localization - create and distribute your own translations for our international friends.
RequirementsHow to install
  • Extract the zip file in a new Folder.
  • Run the application (if it's not working try with admin mode).
How to use
  • Launch SmartHunter.exe.
  • Hold LeftAlt to view widget locations.
  • Click and drag widgets to move them.
  • Scroll over widgets to rescale them.
How to update
  • Following the commit I've added an AutoUpdater module to this Application.
  • To enable this feature just set the key 'AutomaticallyCheckAndDownloadUpdates' to 'true', if present, otherwise just add it, to the file Config.json.
  • NOTE that this feature is already active if it's the first time you follow the "How to install" steps and download the mentioned files in a new directory.
  • To force an update just delete the file Versions.json and restart the application.
How to create and use new localizations
  • Create a copy of en-US.json and rename it for the locale you are translating to.
  • Translate the strings in the second part of each key value pair. Do not change the keys.
  • Ensure the new file is in the SmartHunter folder.
  • Open Config.json and point LocalizationFileName to the new file.
How to create and use new skins
  • Create a copy of Default.xaml and rename it appropriately.
  • Make changes to the new file.
  • Ensure the new file is in the SmartHunter folder.
  • Open Config.json and point SkinFileName to the new file.
CreditsDisclaimerUse with care and at your own risk. It is possible to get banned from games for using mods and overlays. There have been reports of people being banned from other games, such as PUBG, if overlays are accidentally left running in the background. To date, there have been no reports of players being banned from Monster Hunter: World for using mods and overlays, but that doesn't preclude it from happening in the future.