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8-06-2009 @ 7:05PM
Although customization of your interface may make you think you'll be better, it could be the other way around.I started using Bartender to keep the first bar near the center of the screen, so I could keep an eye on cooldowns while tanking. Patch 3.2 came and bartender doesn't work anymore (unless you count the beta.) Thing is, after farming heroics for emblems, I now know the rotation by heart. I can keep casting stuff even without looking at my bars.I still need to learn how to heal in PvP (large groups) without Grid+Clique, though. ;)
8-06-2009 @ 9:07PM
What? I've had no problem in 3.2 with bartender, just allow out of date addons.
8-06-2009 @ 9:35PM
I tried Bartender today, deleted it shortly after. For me the big fail is when i shift into shadow form it doesn't bring up that specially arranged buttons that the default ui does. Not sure where all the love for this comes from really.
8-06-2009 @ 10:29PM
People like Bartender and other, similar, ActionBar modifications is because it's so customizable. You can change what it looks like, you can change when the ActionBar is actually visible or hidden, you can change where the ActionBar is situated, etc etc.You can't do that with the normal ActionBar. Though I preferred the original Bongos before the developer changed the name, the features and ultimately made it pure bullshit for myself.
8-07-2009 @ 1:50AM
@usagizadero - sure they do/can. Change form, configure new bar. If you have the feature disabled you can enable it int he config options.
8-07-2009 @ 1:01PM
I prefer dominos over bartender, as it allows for so much customization.It really is an amazing add-on.
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