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2-09-2009 @ 11:17AM
Listen guys, I think this is a really great idea, and it would be awesome to see this feature every week or even bi-weekly...But you're missing some vital info.It's great that you're featuring one or two screenshots of each UI, and it goes without saying that including the NAMES of all addons in each UI is a MUST. But just listing them off in a wall of text leaves a lot of guesswork and vagueness to readers.Please, please, PLEASE do one of two things:1) Feature a second, cloned screenshot with your own markups and arrows that identify and label each addon (this could even be done with MS Paint!).or2) Go into a little greater detail when listing off the addons in each screenshot. Maybe a bullet list? ( example: *Dominoes - Action Bar replacement) Or, if that would take up too much page space, perhaps just add a few words after you name each addon that describe what it does.And as a staple, you might wanna insert links to the two major WoW addon sites at the end of each post, so users can go search for them and you won't get a ton of people asking "Where can I get that?" -- i.e. curse.com and wowui.worldofwar.netOtherwise I think this is an AWESOME ongoing column and I can't wait to see each installment. But please differentiate all those addons somehow!
2-09-2009 @ 11:20AM
By the way, I'm mainly referring to the first two screenshots and descriptions. The third one was a little more on par, but even that will leave a lot of people clueless unless they are addon junkies.Thanks
2-09-2009 @ 11:37AM
I agree with Josh.Awesome feature, but, especially to people new to WoW and trying to get properly set up, more information would be helpful.
2-09-2009 @ 11:38AM
In the past they've been a lot more in-depth. I'll assume they will go back to that format and that this one just didn't have the level of detail because it was a 3-in-1.
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