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6-03-2010 @ 1:13PM
+1 for HudMap. I just installed it last night, and I'm pretty sure I spent the entire raid raving about how wholly epic it is. I sincerely hope Blizz doesn't kill this one... Really, all this does is provide another top-down view of what's going on.
6-03-2010 @ 3:14PM
Hud map = 2dAVR = 3dIf we are talking about a convenience of recognizing information, id go with the 3d version instead of an overlayed birds eye map view that would conflict with power auras, battle text, and any other assortment of 2d/text related information.Honestly the ability to draw on the ground with avr was just a way for people to avoid wasting smoke flares/bombs and the like. It is nice to have some sense of direction and location in these big ambiguous rooms.Im sure HUD is a great addon, but we are really spliting hairs when it comes to the difference of AVR.
6-03-2010 @ 6:43PM
You know, I was actually very surprised at how non-obtrusive this add-on is. I was also worried about how it might affect Power Auras, MikBattleScrollingText, and a few other centrally located addons. Overall, it plays VERY nicely. The proximity circles have a perfect opacity, and the symbols used to designate group member positions are quite small. =)
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