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3-07-2011 @ 2:26PM
Chiming in with the others recommending DroodFocus. It was an excellent solution for me until I realized I'm the kind of person who has a hard time looking away from the action to glance at a display (otherwise I'd be all about Cat's Eye right now!), soooo...TidyPlates helps me see combo points and debuffs on a mob attached directly to their healthbar, which works easiest for me. You can also see the debuffs ticking away on enemies which are not targeted (although this might be slightly buggy--sometimes it does this, sometimes it does not), and the tug-o-threat bar replaces my need for Omen!ForteXorcist is my other claim to fame, used only for the sliding cooldown bar in my case--it sits down next to my action buttons and helps me keep track of when Berserk, Tiger's Fury and any on-use tinkets are ready to be used. This is great for my play-style because the visual effect of the cooldowns sliding along the bar lets me see what's going on in the corner of my eye. (Or bottom of my eye, but that sounds pretty weird.)
3-07-2011 @ 4:11PM
threat plates is awesome, but the utility of its "Extras" is reduced to nothing on most boss fights when the nameplate is 100 yards in the air and not visible in melee range.stupid nameplates.
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