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8-05-2009 @ 5:10PM
Blizzard does so many things so well, it is a mystery to me why they cannot implement popular add ons into the game. I tried the Blizzard Equipment Manager, I really did. I used it exclusively for two weeks, and finally disabled it and went back to Outfitter. I now hold little hope that I will be able to drop Questhelper or Deadly Boss Mods anytime in the near future.
8-05-2009 @ 5:26PM
I played last night without Questhelper... My left eye is still larger then my right, and I can't seem to get the drool stain out of my shirt. I forgot how to read quest text and a corpse run with out the big floating arrow was very different...
8-06-2009 @ 6:09PM
Because the add-ons you think are popular, others think suck. They will put in 'functionality', but they stay away from redefining everyone's UI experience.There are enough things that can potentially break each patch. Adding such all encompassing code blocks just increases the odds of a fracture everytime something changes. There are many dozens, hundreds perhaps, of add-on developers. Of those, probably 3-4 are employed by Blizzard, if that.Who do you think has more man hours to write add-ons.
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