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3-28-2008 @ 1:54AM
Anyone know how to turn off that sound effect when u pass 90% threat? Its a huge thundering sound, i have a hunter and this happens very often while soloing when i pass my pet's threat, its like boom boom boom boom while killing a level 9 wolf, and its way loud too T.T ... BOOOM!
3-28-2008 @ 2:21AM
The sounds can be altered, turned off or whatever by clicking the little tool icon and going thru the options. I forget what its called exactly, you may have open folders (the plus marks) in the options window and scroll around a bit to find it. The real question/problem I am running into is why wont my 2.4 dmg meter work! I use recount (perservation) but my roommate who uses a different, all be it simpler, dmg meter says his hasn't been working at all ether. None of the guildies I run a lot of instances/raid with have their dmg working ether.Anyone know whats going on?
3-28-2008 @ 7:08AM
The odds are that your buddies don't have updated versions. Remember that damage meters are reliant on the combat log for info. The combat log is nothing like it was before, so all the old code won't be able to get any information.
3-28-2008 @ 10:59AM
Hey there, Hunter! As mentioned in the post, you can change or disable the warning sound. But you may also want to change the warning threshold to 110%, giving you a less frequent warning. I mean, we're hunters standing at max range. Mobs won't make a run at us unless we hit 130% of our pet's threat. Warning us over and over again because we've exceeded 90% is a bit much for a ranged class fighting world mobs with a pet.
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