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7-22-2008 @ 1:21PM
Personally I would have preferred a pet-vanity bag. I play a shaman and warlock as my main characters, and especially with the shaman my hotbars simply don't have any space for superfluous and non-essential macros or hotkeys for items like pets. It would work best in their current design if there was a separate tab for the pets.
7-22-2008 @ 1:24PM
So leave them in your Spellbook and just open it up to cast when you want them. Rather than opening up your inventory like you do now. Pretty simple.
7-22-2008 @ 1:37PM
Just get the Autobar mod. It gives you a "drop-down" list of all your pets and mounts (not to mention potions, professions, trinkets, pretty much whatever you want). And, it now has a class-specific bar that will list all your totems, into the appropriate elements.And it's very customizable.
7-22-2008 @ 1:43PM
If you press the "p" button a magical automatic macro opens up your "Spellbook" were these new spells will be. Funny how easy that is.
7-22-2008 @ 1:51PM
As a shaman, I do not endorse this QQ. I mean seriously, look at what you are saying. "I wish I had to spend gold to buy a bank slot for every character, then spend gold to buy a special bag to put in that slot, then choose which ones to carry around at any time, instead of simply opening my spell book to summon any pet as the mood strikes?"Yeah, I'm not gonna follow you down that path, friendo.
7-22-2008 @ 11:18PM
I'm fully expecting a SINGLE Macro or addon to help you randomly or not so randomly bring out a pet. If you can't spare ONE bar spot, then I'm very sorry. Also, if you are using the original UI, you have 2 options. My first technique was using G15, an addon to add a bunch of button slots. My current technique uses Bartender 3. I love this better, as it's completely revolutionized the way I play wow.
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