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11-04-2009 @ 5:27PM
Hmm once again it seems the authors here fail to mention the use of WowMatrix in updating the addons. Best program I have seen for doing this.
11-05-2009 @ 2:26PM
Wowmatrix was killed off, and hardly updates more than 3 of the 70+ addons i have on my machine, it's not worth mentioning anymore.
11-05-2009 @ 4:42PM
IMHO A bit more complex then a rookie needs to know about addons.Addons are usually pretty stable the first you download them. If a rookie has a problem with an addon they can seek help from their guildmates , friends , the official forums or the addon sites themselves.I'm not saying they don't need to update their addons. Just that they don't need to know that until they actually have a problem with their addons.PS Wow matrix hosts older versions of addons without most(*) authors permissions. Meaning you aren't getting the latest versions of your addons. Making WM about as useful as french windows in a submarine.(*) I think i know of 1 author that has given WM permission to host his addons. That's right. ONE.
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