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5-05-2009 @ 8:20PM
I used to use SmartBuff, but I've recently switched (back) to using ZOMGbuffs. ZOMG has a small interface where you can see the state of all buffs on raid members at a glance, and it hides when you're not mousing over the button. This is a must for me since I got rid of my Pitbull raid frames in favor of Grid.ZOMG can also "learn" certain buffs -- for instance, if you cast Fear Ward on a tank, ZOMG will remind you to reapply after that. If you don't cast it at all, it won't bug you about it.Both are good mods, and accomplish the same function. Try both, you might find you like one more than the other. FuBar users should also know that there is a module for SmartBuff that allows you to add it to your FuBar and remove it from your minimap, if you like to keep things clean.
5-05-2009 @ 9:00PM
ZOMGBuffs is also compatible with PallyPower, and has the same tools for distributing pally blessings across the raid. It notifies you who's got what blessings improved, and at what ranks they are available (if they have the addons too)
5-06-2009 @ 12:39AM
i didn't know about the fubar module! what is the name of it, or do you know where i can find it? thanks for mentioning this!
5-06-2009 @ 4:51AM
fubar_smartbuff_fu I think.
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