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8-10-2011 @ 8:16AM
I strongly recommend the use of a smart raid-buff aggregator like Energized. That add-on (and the many add-ons like it) will keep track of which raid buffs you should expect (including those that aren't really buffs, like a Warlock healthstone) and which of those you're missing, while using just a sliver of screen real-estate. This allows you to completely filter these static long-term buffs out of your main buff panel to both save space and make distinct the dynamic buffs that you might want to actively monitor during the combat. I can't imagine giving it up even on my large monitor. It's value is only magnified on a small one.
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