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10-09-2008 @ 7:50PM
Bleugh, that addon looks horrible! The animations are not "smooth"; they crawl annoyingly across the screen when they go back into position.Mac can keep it's dock, seriously, it has no real use in WoW.
10-10-2008 @ 9:58AM
People are being foolish.If there was no mention of it mimicking Mac OS X, then I am sure there would have been a better response.The add-on itself looks pretty good. I don't care about the animation, but being able to temporarily hide things like threat/dps meters, chat windows, etc during battle *AND* be able to make them large and glance at them within a second is great. I look forward to trying this out in the expansion and building a pretty sweet UI. Not gonna bother with tweaking my current one since more than likely will need to start from scratch come expansion.
10-10-2008 @ 2:24PM
People are so incredibly predictable. If you dis on something in any way, shape, or form you will get whited out. It's hilarious really, I realized as I was writing the above post.So...children...if you don't want to be whited out keep your real opinions to yourself! If you truly dislike an addon and post as such expect to be whited out just as soon as 100 angry mac lovers can send their cursors flying to the "down arrow" icon in righteous protest.
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