Oct 27th 2011 6:23PM Very, very impressive.
I think the key, as with anything, is balance. Kudos to Kufleisch for recognizing when things were starting to get out of whack, and adapting and prioritizing in a mature and responsible way.
Oct 17th 2011 11:50AM Thanks for the Dropbox idea, that sounds perfect.
Not sure what went wrong before, but I would usually just copy the entire World of Warcraft folder from Program Files on the PC to Program Files on the laptop. This should have included the WTF folder. Maybe because I copied the entire folder and not just the WTF and addons folders something screwed up? Anyway, thanks for the tips.
Oct 17th 2011 11:10AM QfortheQ:
I play WoW on my desktop as well as occasionally on my laptop. I know that you can simply copy/paste the entire WoW folder from one computer to another, but certain settings never seem to transfer. For example many of my add-ons are at their default settings and I have to spend a couple hours resizing and moving windows around.
Where are those "other" settings stored, and how do I make sure they get move over?
May 25th 2011 8:11PM My thoughts exactly. I think the gradually building ICC buff was the way to do it. I just wish they could settle on some sort of consistent progression schedule, wherein people could plan for an eventual nerf to content in a way that makes sense. Seems they change their minds every tier. I like the achievement idea for those that choose to do it "buff-less" too. Gives epeen for those that need it, but lets everyone see the content.
May 24th 2011 6:26PM Every GW2 announcement/video makes me want it more. Gimme a release date already!!!
May 11th 2011 11:34PM That was my first thought too. I was like "what the heck is that?"
Feb 22nd 2011 4:02PM @Elleyna
The how 'bout you spend less time posting useless comments and more time taking screens of your own super-awesome-original UI, mmmmkay? I for one don't mind when they spotlight a packaged UI I wouldn't have otherwise known existed.