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3-15-2011 @ 2:27PM
I like it, my only question is why is your cast bar shown twice (once on top of your own unit frame and once again above the raid members (maybe that's not 2 cast bars, just looks like it to me).
3-15-2011 @ 2:31PM
Oh, one other thing, your SatrinaBuffFrames seems a bit awkwardly placed and takes up a lot of real estate. Unless there's a specific reason it's there/that big, I'd move it and, not sure if SBF lets you do this, filter out some buffs that aren't relevant (tabard buff, hunting party, etc).
3-15-2011 @ 3:06PM
I think it could be solved by making the buffs buttons instead of bars... it's the bars that are taking up a lot of room. SBF can also filter out buffs, or have it not show auras or buffs longer than x amount of time, but the issue with that is then you don't know if you have ____ buff. I switched to a different buff addon when you couldn't right click off buffs in SBF, but there may be options to change settings depending on whether you're in combat, perhaps.
3-15-2011 @ 8:25PM
There are two cast bars. Only reason it's there on the unit frame is I just like having it on. I know a lot of people are saying the SBF bars take up a lot of screen real estate. Most of my attention is directed in the middle of my screen so I don't really pay much attention to what's way out on the sides. So it doesn't really bother me too much. I did have the buffs as just buttons before but, I like the buff bars so I can see how long I have left on Clearcasting and ToL with just a glance. Although when I'm questing or flying around it would be nice to have it transparent out of combat or something. I might mess with it some more after reading some suggestions here.
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