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8-02-2011 @ 6:19PM
I use git to save my addon settings. It was created for version control of source code, and lua saved variables are... plain text source code :) Wouldn't matter if they weren't of course, but it's still a nice coincidence. Just create a repository to track the WTF folder and remember to commit after any changes to your ui and voila! A history of your addon settings that you can step through at will. Made some changes that you don't like and want to undo? Want to step back to the way you had it set up 2 months ago (my addon config changes frequently...)? Git lets you do this.Unfortunately, no wow addon for it yet.
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