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6-25-2010 @ 10:19AM
Used to use Macaroon - but the updates to it were rather unpredictable, and it was just a configuration nightmare. I scrapped it for bartender.Never seen LunarSphere before. Looks like a rather odd addon. Not sure what the big deal with the big class icon in the center is. Not familiar with the "sphere" category of addons.
6-25-2010 @ 10:50AM
There were a bunch of class specific addons based around spheres, the one I knew about was totemus for shamans. The idea is you have submenus of buttons that raidate out from the centre. For example in totemus you had a submenu for fire totems and then the head button would change to the last used fire totem as well as letting you close/open the submenu. The large centre sphere has 2 gauges on it, typically used for health and mana/rage/etc but there is a whole range of things it can show including exp, reputation, pet health. It also functions like a button (although can't have a ctrl modifier applied to it as that launches the config menu). I think you can get rid of the gauges and scale it independently of the other buttons if you don't like it being so large. You can place whatever icon you want on it but it defaults to your class icon to help you remember what alt you are playing!
6-25-2010 @ 10:58AM
k, thanks for the info, might give it a spin, although it sounds like I'm already getting much of the functionality from OPie.
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