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10-14-2008 @ 1:48PM
why wouldn't you mention wowmatrix?works for windows and mac, and is far superior to anything else out there.
10-14-2008 @ 1:59PM
because this post is called "Addon Spotlight: Curse Client updater" not "Spotlight on addons: Curse Client updater & WOWMatrix"honestly its all un-needed bloat and unless your completely helpless. not to mention tracking issues now that curse is a corporate entity.ill just eat the extra 2 seconds it takes to do a manual install. maintainance is easy too. why open 3rd party software if you can just open your addons folder and just glance at wowinterface to make sure your up to date. the blaot and resources arent worth the "convienience". and curse addons have been burnt too so its not all that safe.
10-14-2008 @ 11:43PM
Guys, I'm usually all about the "vlad-hating" but am I the only one that totally agrees with this particular post? Did I just say that? Jeez, time to lie down.WowInterface FTFW. Hell, I put their newly updated addons RSS feed in my Live Bookmarks so I can keep up on, well, newly updated addons. Occasionally, I do have to venture to other sites in the rare case they don't have an addon I need, like Talented or EngBags.
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