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10-28-2010 @ 11:09PM
Auras:USELESS - Because I didn't configure them and there's no text (or icons that are the same as the ingame icon, common in Power Auras configs) - I don't know what half of them mean! sure they look pretty but why does "clearcasting" show up as a wreathe of leaves for a druid? First off, I'm going to cast a spell regardless of clearcasting and second neither one implies the other. Second by the time I see that clearcasting has been applied even with 40ms, due to the client/server nature I've already casted another spell. With lifebloom no longer returning mana, there's no specific spell you should cast with clearcasting proc anyhow either :(The Raid FramesThe only reason I don't hide them completely hide them using HideBlizz is the Rolecheck (which doesn't have a slash command like readycheck) - which I only use in pugs, and flares.It doesn't provide nearly as much information as my grid, which blizzard managed to break a lot of by getting rid of Ace2 (they changed enough that old stuff will break, like basic things like getting and setting globals and the this pointer)It is absolutely horrible if you are a healer. It shows irrelevant buffs and the debuffs aren't obvious enough when you need to dispel them, and you actually need to mouse over them to find out what kind of debuff it is. There's no hot timer capacity. They update very slow.I don't really care that much though, most of my grid still works, but unfortunately they BROKE all buff addons, and it doesn't seem like they will work in the near future, or possibly for the next year, because it's so hard to cancel buffs via an addon now in the way Blizzard provided addon developers to do it with.
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