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10-22-2010 @ 11:36AM
Well, I'll hasten to point out that on live at least, people may not be standing in the glowing circles on the floor because WE CAN'T SEE THEM. Tons of people have been experiencing bugs with Projected Textures since the patch, where even if it's turned on in your settings, it's inconsistent whether or not they are actually visible. I've had this problem with Consecrates (both my own when I'm on my pally alt and other people's), D&D, and in terms of NPC abilities, the dwarf's poison and the Black Knight's descecrates in H ToC as the worst examples. And, yes, I've also had the glitch with Effloresence and HW:S.It's especially bad with the healing spells, because at least if we're standing in fire/poison/void that we can't see, we can see ourselves taking damage like crazy or hear DBM screaming at us to move. As DPS, all we're likely seeing are the green numbers floating in our MSBT or whatever, which could come from any number of sources. So, honestly healers, I promise you on live it may not be our fault. If you can see it, tell us we're standing in it and we'll stay like good boys and girls.
10-22-2010 @ 11:59AM
I've been having this problem too. It's so frustrating. Sometimes I can see the big green circle of healing, sometimes I can only see the floaty leaves. And I've been taken a lot more damage than I normally do, because I can't see the stuff on the floor that's trying to kill me. I really hope they fix this soon.
10-22-2010 @ 1:24PM
So it's not just my crappy video settings. I have almost everything turned down for smoothness, and then freaked out when I turned everything back on and still couldn't see some of the BAD AoEs until my health started ticking.
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