Yes, my blood elf's seals are not showing with "BloodElf", but are showing when I change it to "Blood Elf". Seal of Corruption at least, have not checked with Seal of Blood. Sorry, did not mean blessing, I always get those two mixed up. :) No idea why.
Using the european english client. Which should not matter, as you said.
Why? What other debuffs are on a target effects my choice of when or how to apply debuffs myself. How is it bad to know that a non-stacking debuff is already on the target?
I am not asking about a new feature or to add any bloat. Inline aura can already do this. I am just asking to add it to the defaults. I am not even asking for this because it is convenient for me. I already changed the defaults for the classes I play. I just thought that it might increase the usability of IA for others that do not want to do the same work again.
Well, yes, I wouldn't mind. Might be a good idea to leave out debuffs that you usually cast because of the damaging or threat-increasing side effects. Moonkins won't stop casting insect swar just because some other druid already applied the debuff. Bears won't stop mangling just because some warrior applied trauma. (you can tell that I am mostly playing druids >_< ) But generally, adding most or all debuffs from that list might not be a bad thing. Can't see how that would be a bad thing.
I have played a bit with the settings I posted recently. Just haven't found the time to spec to Moonkin to test the Eclipse procs.
Growl/Taunt - definately useful as a tank, because of DR on taunts. You do not want to taunt something by accident that another tank has taunted already, or the mob may end up un-tauntable for 10sec.
Mangle / Trauma is a blessing. Simple as that. Cats do not want to mangle without need. It would be kinda cool if it were possible not to show the duration on the Mangle (Bear) button (unnecessary info, you press it whenever it is off cooldown, anyway), but I guess that's not possible.
Insect swarm / scorpid sting - unnecessary, since you wnt to keep up the swarm now. It has become a very nice DoT.
The many debuffing roars - nice, because at least for bears, it does not generate much threat. So you usually just want to roar when it is necessary. Some other tank keeping up the debuff saves you a CD you can use for something that gives you more aggro.
I would like to see this in the defaults, but I can understand if you prefer to keep stuff from other classes out.
Was going to try if this works in tomorrow's raid when there will be a trauma'ing warrior.
Question: Does it make sense to add other classes' abilities to the druid defaults? Or is there a good reason not to do it?
Getting loads of errors. This one for example when I cast my Hawkstrider:
[02:01:31] ...uttonFacade\Libs\LibButtonFacade\LibButtonFacade.lua:411: attempt to perform arithmetic on local 'r' (a nil value)
...uttonFacade\Libs\LibButtonFacade\LibButtonFacade.lua:411: in function <...uttonFacade\Libs\LibButtonFacade\LibButtonFacade.lua:401>
[C]: in function `SetVertexColor'
Interface\AddOns\InlineAura\Core.lua:456: in function <Interface\AddOns\InlineAura\Core.lua:451>
(tail call): ?
Interface\AddOns\InlineAura\Core.lua:600: in function <Interface\AddOns\InlineAura\Core.lua:598>
[C]: in function `ActionButton_UpdateState'
Interface\AddOns\InlineAura\Core.lua:515: in function <Interface\AddOns\InlineAura\Core.lua:505>
Edit: Uhm... mostly the same that HunterZ posted. Nvm. ^_^
Okay, lemme see... Since it did not let me insert Fearie Fire in the settings, I edited ClassDefaults.lua by hand:
elseif class == 'DRUID' then
SetSpellDefaults('debuff', 48564, 48566) -- Mangle - Bear => Mangle - Cat
SetSpellDefaults('debuff', 48566, 48564) -- Mangle - Cat => Mangle - Bear
SetSpellDefaults('debuff', 48475, 48476) -- Faerie Fire (Feral) => Faerie Fire
That seems to work for me so far. I also set my DoTs so that I do not see those of other druids or pets. All looking good, so far. :)
Not sure about listing Mangle twice, tho. But it didn't want to work for me with just one of those lines.
It may have been shown as other. I configured it now to only show my own Rake, which is the only thing that makes sense for a DoT IMO.
Couldn't test it yet. I do not team with hunters that often. :)
How do I enter Mangle correctly? Both ways? "Mangle - Cat" for "Mangle - Bear" and the other way round as well? Or is one way enough? I can apply both debuffs myself, and they do overwrite each other.
"Faerie Fire (Feral)" still seems to be a problem, tho. I can hack it into the saved config file, but I cannot enter it ingame. Dunno why, just that nothing happens when I click the okay-button.
Edit: in case it was not clear: I totally love Inline Aura. Configuration could need some more help texts, and I guess the border colors of my BF-skin are a bit too similar to differenciate between own debuffs and others. Will play around with some other skins. Other than that, IA is a huge help!
Hmmm... I am not sure that I understand the spell specific settings. It won't let me add "Faerie Fire (Feral)". Also, how does this "aura to lookup"-thingie work? Is that a way to add aliases for spells?
My druid's Rake seems to get refreshed by someone else. No other druid in raid, so I guess some pet is to blame. Anyway, Rake is a DoT and not a debuff, so I think it doesn't make sense to show the duration of some pet's Rake to a druid.
Also, "Mangle - Bear" and "Mangle - Cat" are basically the same debuff. If I saw correctly during our raid, they are not treated as such. (interesting, because if a bear applies the debuff, the cats can skip mangling, which leads to more kitty DPS)
Edit: Just saw that there are spell specific options. So most of my complaints may be moot. :)