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8-05-2010 @ 6:58PM
I've got two others specifically for healing priests that I use.Thank God! lets me know every time I get a SoL proc for my free Flash Heal or Smite. Not such a big deal now that mana flows nigh infinitely but is VERY nice in any encounter where mana is a concern. It hasn't been updated in forever but it still works like a charm. Flashes big yellow flames all across the bottom of my screen.The other is Inner Fire Helper. I was HORRIBLE at keep IF up, especially when it was a 10 minute spell... this addon simply alerts me when I don't have it up. It has several ways this can be accomplished and I configured mine with the simple popup of the IF icon right in the middle of my field of view whenever it's gone. I also implemented the 1-minute warning.These things may be trackable other ways, such as power auras or something. But since I've never delved in to that path, these tiny lil' addons have been a boon for my priest play.
8-05-2010 @ 7:13PM
You could of course use Power Auras to do all that and more.When I am healing I set my tank as a focus, I have power auras set up to look at my cooldowns and so forth but if my focus ever drops below 30% HP then some very loud unmistakable windchimes play.On my tank, I reversed it to do that for me. If I ever hear those windchimes I know to hit my oh-darn keys fast. I would put down PowerAuras as probably the best addon to get and learn after your choice of draggable raid-frame.
8-06-2010 @ 6:21AM
I have used Power Auras but found that a simpleton as me with a ton of alts doesn't function very well when having to remember all the different pretty color patterns I've setup in Power Auras.I now use Event Alert instead. This addon simply shows the standard icon of the spell/talent that has procced.You can choose where you put the icon on your screen and the size of it; and for the rest it works straight out of the box.It also helps me for dps characters; it for instance also tracks hot streak on my mage and stacks of Maelstrom Weapon on my shammy.
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