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11-11-2008 @ 9:18AM
Great, detailed list. I'm surprised that CTMod isn't listed though...some of the addons included in that, like CT_MailMod (allows you to download mail all at once...great for people who auction lots of stuff), CT_BuffMod (displays a bar for each buff you have, with a countdown timer) and CT_PartyBuffs (allows you to show icons of buffs on your party/pets), are exceptionally useful. Others are redundant to those listed above, like CT_BarMod or CT_ButtonBar.It was the first AddOn I ever installed for WoW, and I can hardly imagine gaming without it!
11-11-2008 @ 9:27AM
Yeah i remember when CT Mod was required for almost every endgame guild. But sadly its populatity has faded but not in a bad way. From what i have heard the team that used to make the CT Mods have done a lot of work with blizzard to improve their actual UI. If you look at the original CTMod most everything is included into WoW now
11-11-2008 @ 9:34AM
As far as I know, CTMod was never updated for wrath and is a dead project. I replaced it long ago with other, better addons like Ora2 for CTRA, Postal for CT_mailmod, and Buffalo for my buffs.
11-11-2008 @ 8:31PM
It's very much alive...last update was about 7 days ago.
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