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5-22-2011 @ 4:45PM
I've been a hardcore Satrina fan for a while. I had to rollback to a previous version to even get it to keep working properly after the most recent update a few months ago, so I was excited to hear about Raven as a replacement. However, it appears that Raven doesn't have what I consider to be the most important feature: the ability to separately configure the scaling of my buff and debuff icons. The main reason I use SBF is so I can have my debuffs placed very prominently and scaled to a much larger size than my buffs--as a tank, there's often a lot of really vital information there for me.If Raven can't do that, it's useless for my needs. So, is it really missing this feature, or am I just looking straight past it? As far as I can tell, the only place to change the size of the icons is in the tab that affects ALL of your buffs/debuffs, instead of just one bar group.
5-24-2011 @ 8:57PM
I think Raven probably could do what you want ... If you go to "Bar Groups" tab, then select your debuff group, then select the layouts tab (tabs inside tabs ... ), then de-select "Use Defaults" ... you can change on a group by group basis.In any case, I'm -sure- aura frames can do what you want. I have separate buff/debuff bars, and they're totally independent of one another. I really like AF, because it can also tie frames to DBM timers and display all my DBM timers on a cooldown bar as well. Very cool!I run both AF and Raven, for different modules that are mutually exclusive, so I'm familiar with both ;-)
5-24-2011 @ 9:22PM
@Ærixalimar:I want to say I tried that, and I couldn't find an option to change the size of the actual icon. There were other things I could change, like font, but not the icon size. I'll probably go back and play with it some more, though.
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