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2-01-2010 @ 1:13PM
Was so excited to see you did an article about this, but could you please explain the NEXT table below the chart? What areDPEDPETDPRM%D%P%G%T-M%And how should the values of these above numbers affect my choices on gear & spell prioritization.thanks
2-01-2010 @ 1:35PM
Using mac version 10.4.11 whenever I try to open simcqt.exe it simply try's to open for a few seconds and then closes. Ive tried a few versions of simcraft and will still not open. Is it simply not coded back that far? I realize my OS is older but I cannot find any OSX compatible listings.
2-01-2010 @ 1:36PM
apologies for wrong section
2-01-2010 @ 1:56PM
@Grodu are you REALY trying to open a .exe on a mac?? thats windows, try downloading the .dmg version :)
2-01-2010 @ 2:09PM
Already been downloaded the program, I ment .app. sorry for the confusion
2-01-2010 @ 2:20PM
There is a glossary of these terms in SimulationCraft -> Results -> Legend.The ones you specifically ask about are:DPE: average damage-per-execute DPET: average damage-per-execute-time, the amount of damage generated divided by the time taken to execute the action, including time spent in the GCD DPR: average damager-per-resource M%: percentage of executes that resulted in misses D%: percentage of executes that resulted in dodges P%: percentage of executes that resulted in parrys G%: percentage of executes that resulted in glances T-M%: percentage of ticks that resulted in misses
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