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6-04-2009 @ 7:59PM
Does add-ons questions fit in the "The Queue"?I like the warnings CT_BuffMod have when one of your buffs is about to expire. On the other hand, the way they display the buffs (in a list) takes a LOT more screen space than the default one.Any suggestions about add-ons that give you a warning when a buff is about to expire?
6-04-2009 @ 8:06PM
I only know of add-ons for watching Rogue DoTs or Buffs like Slice&Dice (Slice Watcher). There are a lot of them on Curse.com but I wouldn't be able to give any exact suggestions without knowing your class. With that said though, going to Curse and just browsing through em should give you a good idea.
6-04-2009 @ 8:09PM
@joozu: I want a general, watch-self-buffs add-on, much like CT_BuffMod without the skin.CT_BuffMod works fine for every class, all it does is watch the buffs you put on yourself and gives you a warning (with sound) when the buff expires.[And I want that for my Paladin and Warlock.]
6-04-2009 @ 8:10PM
Oh, and I checked almost every buff-related addon on WoWInterface.
6-05-2009 @ 12:29AM
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