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5-22-2010 @ 12:38PM
I am pleased Blizzard will put the kaibosh on this mod. Though I find it very impressive bit of coding, and I appreciated the work that went into it; I was very bent at the bandwidth chatter activity among raid members, using the mod potentially slowing things down.The worst part which caused me to remove it entirely; is that it was causing my camera angle to not snap back to norm after a fear or other CC upon my character. It was disorienting and annoying as hell. I had to manually edit and restore the cfg file to restore it to normal operation though no interface settings were changed. The cfg files for account and toon had to have the camera settings deleted so they again picked up the chosen settings from the wow interface settings. This occurred as soon as I installed the thing and was rectified after editing the config files and then removing the mod, and editing the config files again.Another low point as due to most of the other raid members having it installed; (it was required), there was a bit of confusion between those who had it, and those who would not or could not install it. I use a 26" display at 1920 x 1200, which is ample viewing field. This mod was just too damn much and often the plan marks would move from their spot as you moved to the boss area and float above the game surface getting in the way.Bosses were downed before the advent of this mod; I expect them to be downed when its gone. I did not see any evidence of this mod speeding up a Sindragosa kill; if anything it made the running around all the more painful due to the back channel lag and clash of perspective in what raid members would see.DBM has nice alarms, a range indicator, a low memory footprint, and has worked well in the past.I use a 26" display at 1920 x 1200, which is ample viewing field. This mod was just too damn much and often the plan markes would move from their spot as you moved to the boss area and float above the game surface getting in the way.
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