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10-14-2008 @ 3:53AM
Dominos is definitely not ready right now. Flags as out of date and if force loaded savages frame rate and doesn't work. (Tried it on XP Pro SP3, XP home SP3, and OS X 10.5.5 earlier today and just now from the post's link.)Good idea for an article. Was thinking earlier as I wrassled add-ons that it'd be a good topic. Btw, might I suggest running at least basic checks on resource usage on future featured add-ons? Some are very dynamic so it's not practical to do detailed numbers but a load time glimpse is better than nothing.
10-14-2008 @ 3:56AM
That's a very good idea. The only downside to that is the time it would take to test and report the findings of each addon. If I can find a way to automate the process somewhat I'll definitely include it. If anyone has any ideas, feel free to share. =)- Adam
10-14-2008 @ 5:20AM
Wouldn't take any effort to check the RAM usage at boot time of a mod chosen for a feature. CPU usage would be a lot more work, as would figuring out the RAM hit as modules load, etc., but even the one piece of info is better than nothing. Er...which is what I already said so instead: Keep up the good work!
10-14-2008 @ 8:34AM
This version of Dominos has been working for me on the PTR consistently but it will not work on pre-3.0 WoW. So when the servers come back up you should be in business.
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