Tactical Overlay (also known as TacO) is a safe and legal overlay for Guild Wars 2, powered by content created by players like you. TacO uses only the official APIs provided by ArenaNet and is developed with strict ToS compliance in mind. We can also find on the English version of the official forum a subforum for development and all info and explanation when to the manipulation of APIs (and development via these APIs is encouraged even if it is correct to the intended use by Anet since it is Anet itself that gives us the information used).
This overlay integrates perfectly with the game interface and offers numerous modules. The strong point of TacO is that it is graphical, i.e. it will put markers on the screen to guide you in the game (Icons and explanatory texts). In addition, it offers you the option of placing your own markers (that you can share through xml files).
There are several versions (distributions) of the overlay knowing that on the official site, you will only have the empty content overlay. But the creators' community offers many types of markers. Going from the indication of success, jumping puzzles course, optimization of harvest, help in setting up strategy for Raids through the availability of meta timers directly on the screen.
You can find the list of distributions below knowing that we work in collaboration for the most part and keep the idea of mutual aid in order to help whoever wants it best. That's why I didn't create this topic by only giving the name of my distribution because it goes against the idea.
Official website : http://www.gw2taco.com
ReActif Package : https://www.heinze.fr/taco/
Tekkit's Workshop : http://tekkitsworkshop.net/index.php/gw2-taco/download
GW2info.net : http://gw2taco.gw2info.net
Subbreddit : https://www.reddit.com/r/GW2TacO
If you want to offer marker sites (active) or embedded markers in a third party version, free to you.
Germans create a version in the language of Goethe but I don't have the links.
The software is designed to run on Windows 7 and above
And don't forget to set the game to "Full screen windowed" or it won't work.
As far as my distribution is concerned, I don't have a method built into the software to indicate when I updated the files, so I invite users to look at the DropBox from time to time and check the date written in the file name to see if an update has been made.
At worst, Patchnotes.txt contains all the information about changes, additions, deletions, etc. of the distribution.
For returns of errors, information, questions for my distribution only (ReActif Package):