Feb 21st 2010 4:53PM I set up a small bar with bartender, made it the same size as the Enh Cooldown tracker, put it next to those, then made it unclickable and faded out in I'm out of combat. I put Flame Shock and Fire Nova and other cooldowns on there (trinkets, wolves, etc). Works nicely.
I really dislike the way SaA presents cooldowns, I don't track these types as well as I do a row of buttoms with the seconds remaining on them. But, well, matter of preference.
I did find the priority frame very helpful when I started playing my shaman (picking her up at 59 after a long long time away), and for 2 levels or so, the priority frame really helped me train myself in using the correct abilities at the correct time. After that, I turned it off, because I knew what it was going to show me before it showed up.
Oct 30th 2009 6:10PM this, so very much this.
I commented on the last post that I was very disappointed for the term "fey" (and the whole way the question was answered, but "fey" really really stuck out, and was pretty offensive), but to be told now that apparently I need to learn how to read?
And here I thought this column was to teach people how *not* to create drama...
Oct 29th 2009 10:09AM I'm rather disappointed with the "strikes me as a little fey", because... ouch.
Sep 28th 2009 11:03AM I agree. I raid on a shaman, but my 2nd 80 is a hunter. I gave up reading the later parts of the leveling guide out of frustration, but I can say this for the first 2 parts: they included stuff that was totally unnecessary and even confusing for a new hunter, and they left out some very useful info that would have given the player quite an edge for their whole career.
I only read these 2 parts because I had sent a friend here, who's new to WoW and besides her warlock also wanted to try a hunter. She came back utterly confused. After checking the guide myself, I sat her down and pointed her to more useful info. After so many other useful columns here, I had thought the hunter one would be up to that level of being both helpful and informative. They were not - and the comments seem to indicate that people pointing that out got downrated and yelled at.
Sep 8th 2009 3:34PM just group with someone about to go offline. They'll still be in the raid, albeit disconnected.