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7-25-2011 @ 7:59PM
For keeping track of ISF buff Power Auras is great. It is tricky to setup though but a very helpfull person posted a code to setup each spell on the blizz forums:- http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/1305723484 It has setups for each of the other spells,debuffs etc- BoD,Corr,Immo. & best of all it can also track when Conflag is up. The only debuff I haven't been able to get to work properly is BoA so I can have BoD on 1 target & BoA on a second in afflict spec otherwise it will track dots,debuffs etc on multiple targets though you must have the NPC/player targeted for the warning to work. You can put the warning Icons any where on the screen. I normally place them around where you normally keep a boss targeted. You can set the mod to show a countdown timer on the icon (& you can use the spell icon so its easily recognisable which spell is which) or elsewhere on the screen as well
7-25-2011 @ 8:51PM
Power Auras supports partial names so to track Bane of Doom/Havok/Agony you just put "Bane" as the ability name (and make sure you don't check the "exact name" box).Here's a quick video I put up for a guildy on my Affliction Power Aura's setup (includes import strings in the comments)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIQ9hlnxkoM
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