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11-19-2009 @ 2:07PM
I don't see how this UI helps at all. It looks like some sort of old-school console action game health meter, only there's tons of other stuff being monitored on it and it's an image rather then raw data.I guess if you can memorize what represents what, you can use it - but it seems like a big complicated mess to me.
11-19-2009 @ 2:13PM
Not all graphics are on screen at once, so its not as messy as it looks.And yeah you have to memorize what the pics mean, but you have to memorize where most your spells are anyway.I find it infinitely useful on many classes for those spells that are situational or only active after certain events.
11-19-2009 @ 3:57PM
Seriously, why wouldn't you just use the icons of the spells/procs themselves instead of all the patterns? Yes, Powerauras has that option as well.
11-19-2009 @ 5:35PM
So I decided to finally download this addon and try it out. Only problem is: it's showing up as out of date in my Addons, but my Curse Client doesn't have an update for it. What should I do? :(
11-19-2009 @ 7:10PM
Click "Load out of date AddOns," duh.
11-20-2009 @ 6:45AM
Anyone who uses power auras might want to save themselves alot of time and trouble and memory usage and just use surge track.http://wow.curse.com/downloads/wow-addons/details/surgetrack.aspxIt is certainly worth a look.
11-22-2009 @ 11:35PM
Seriously power auras is infinitely useful. Have a wonderful setup on my shaman courtesy of "suicidalkatt" who put together "theultimateshaman UI" package. One important thing I added to it which is helpful to any spell caster is a big warning with a sounds effect to warn if a target has "spell reflect" up. Simple to setup and very very handy when your about to pound a massive lava burst on a target. Overall it makes tracking buffs and debuffs on yourself and targets a lot easier as it's often pretty difficult to glance through the tons of buffs that can be active during raids/pvp. Can take a lot of time to set up but totally worth it and I enjoy wow a lot more with it.
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