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8-03-2009 @ 4:01AM
Question for Christian Belt or helpful commenters. I suck at everything computer related. SUCK. So that I can get my addons to work and configure things like Pitbull, is a small miracle when it comes to my non-existing skills. I have powerauras, love it for example on the Hodir encounter. On my priest I have it set up fairly well, because I can find a lot of... erm... you know, where you just import some kind of premade code? So yes, I find forums with codes (this could be the wrong term, it probably is, I apologise) for my priest all the time, and configure (read: just import the code) my powerauras accordingly. Sadly, for my mage, I would like my hot streak procs to be visible, molten armor missing, maybe even trinket procs if possible, etc, but I can not find any premade code for my mage (outside of the Hodir encounter thing which is useful for all classes). I could of course set it up myself, and I have tried, but yeah, suckage. So does anyone know of a forum or something where I can find premade codes for my mage stuff? Or will I just have to cave and figure out the setup myself?
8-03-2009 @ 6:14PM
I guess my lack of skill goes the other way, I don't know how to import other people's setups so I have to configure everything myself. At best, I can see images of someone else's setup and use that as a model while I piece everything together myself. That said, I love how I have PA set up on my mage. I only have three auras, 1 big one around my body when the mob doesn't have my living bomb on it, a little one at my feet when the mob is missing improved scorch debuff, and a little fiery halo around my head when hot streak procs.For all my other craziness I use Satrina Buff Frames (to show what's active), and cooldown watch (to see what's not).
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