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2-07-2010 @ 4:33PM
I currently use Healbot to track my Beacon of Light, Sacred Shield and FoL HoT, and it does quite a good job. However, I'm curious about CLCBPT, as one of the shortcomings of Healbot is that the icons used for tracking BoL, SS and other spells can be very small and easy to miss when they run out. It would be really useful to have much more prominently displayed monitors for these spells. In a perfect world, Power Auras would be able to handle these types of spells better, but as far as I know, it doesn't.
2-07-2010 @ 4:58PM
You should try CLCBPT. I use both healbot and CLCBPT, and CLCBPT is great for managing your four buffs. About 1-2 secs (I think its configurable) before your buffs run out it'll play a sound and show the image at like 5 times the size near the middle of your screen (Again all this is configurable I believe).
2-07-2010 @ 6:11PM
I use heal bot and I'm quite happy with it. My only real complaint about it is that I lose track of my buttons for the spells I don't use frequently (any of the hands, for example). I have them set, but I never remember which one is which, so I tend to just ignore them.
2-08-2010 @ 1:22AM
after reading this article i download clcbpt previous using healbot to track my hots ss beacon and it works great only thing since it pops up in the middle of the screen it can kinda obstruct your vison if you have to big.
2-08-2010 @ 10:07AM
@Verlant,You can move the bars around the screen. The way you do it is:1) Open command bar and type /clcbpt - interface pops up2) You'll see a checkbox marked anchors, click it3) After clicking anchors, you'll see two black bars show up, a big one and a small one4) You should be able to click on these black bars and drag them anywhere you want them.5) After you've got them where you want them, go back into the interface and click anchors again to lock them into placeThere are also quite a few other options to change the appearance of the bars to suit your screen realestate better. Try playing around with them.
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