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10-29-2010 @ 4:14PM
I do not know if i will do this yet. I would check with blizzard to see if this breaks EULA, as you are altering game files... Then do it if they say yes.
10-29-2010 @ 4:19PM
As an earlier poster remarked, this solution has been suggested (as "found no problems with doing so") by a CM on the WoW forums. Sounds like Blizzard's Blessing to me...
10-29-2010 @ 4:36PM
and the same file is commonly edited by players to do other things in the game such as graphics settings and which cores of your CPU the game runs on. I'd guess it's the non-techies who are scared about all this as they see this as a form of hacking as opposed to editing a flammin' config file
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