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5-26-2008 @ 8:21AM
When I was playing my Priest I was trying to find a Mod that would track how much Damage my PW:Shield could still absorb to be a little more efficient while grinding.I never found anything like that but I imagine it wouldn't be too hard to code.
5-26-2008 @ 8:26AM
I want an addon that will display the world map in a simple little window i can resize, move around and have open in my UI all the time - while still having the option of hitting M and seeing the regular full sized map. Basically i want something like this so i can see where the flags are in WSG without having to tab in and out of my map.
5-26-2008 @ 8:27AM
actually, it would. When the PW:S absorbs a hit it doesn't report how much damage it took, just that it absorbed the hit.
5-26-2008 @ 8:28AM
@quinto:That's already in game - the battle map.If it's not visible, I think it's ctrl-M to bring it up. possibly shift-M
5-26-2008 @ 8:37AM
Ooh, I want this too! :) Also useful to let you know how much leeway you have if you toss it on a tank in an emergency.
5-26-2008 @ 9:14AM
5-26-2008 @ 9:25AM
@ FoSI've tried it a bit on my priest, though it doesn't always work, try the addon ShieldLeft
5-26-2008 @ 2:17PM
Back in the day (pre-BC) CTMod had a component that showed how much damage PW:S had remaining to block... But when I came back after taking 10 months off their addons had gone to crap. So it is possible, I just don't know any current addons that have the capability... so basically my comment was 90% useless.
5-26-2008 @ 8:48PM
@Quinto:Carbonite, amongst other things, keeps a zoomable world map of any size on your screen, and switches to battleground view when in a BG. It presents the same information the built-in one does, and more (such as time to cap towers etc), and is also zoomable.For the others with questing mods, it also has a marvelous way of pinpointing every quest without giving you actual coordinates; by highlighting ranges on the map, it actually gives you more precision by being less precise. Yes, I know how that sounds - it's a mod that really needs to be experienced to fully appreciate. I'll never go back to coords and database mods again.
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