I didn't use it for anything else.
I didn't want a add-on that does any kind of checking or assigning of buffs, just a simple tool that i can drop a blessing in a slot for each class and push one key to buff for each class.
I used the tilde "~" key and I would push it 8 times and all my blessings would be cast.
if I needed to re bless the whole raid I would do it again, no need for a timer or some so-called "smart logic" buff checking to save me reagents.
that usually just gets in the way when someone dies, is out of range, or joins the raid late.
I've looked all over on many different sites including a general google search, and cant find anything simple, they all include assignments or buff checking (which i think causes lag, however minute)
It sounds like you're pretty anti-PallyPower, but I think you'll like what you see in the new version. And it's Ace'd! I can't recommend it enough, check it on Curse, the author has yet to put it up here.
i dont mean to sound anti-pally power, as i havent tried it yet. it looked from the screen shots i had seen like it took up screen real estate which i am lacking already. i dont need any kind of display. if you can turn the display off it could be what i can use. i will download and look at it.
as we usually only have the same 4 or 5 paladins coming to the raids, i know what they have already, so i dont need to know what people have to assign buffs. i tried a version of something called smartbuff which i absoulutley did not like cause it wouldnt let me buff that class unless they didnt have a buff and it would give straglers the 5 min buffs.
And I don't know if this is interessting for you or not, but it also handles debuffs now, and replaces "Decursive" for me, which has not much functionality left since Blizzard came up with patch v2.01.
Divine Blessing. It's included in Cosmos, but it's pretty lightweight. The only graphical part of it is for configuration of buffs. You can either drag to the slot, or right-click and get a dropdown that includes all blessings, greater or otherwise, that you know. Click the name, and you're set. Provisions for buffing pets, setting everyone to one particular blessing (BoKings is where this gets used the most), and can be configured to buff by class.
I've been using it for over a year now, and for the same reasons, haven't felt the slightest desire to switch to anything else. There's optional dependencies from Cosmos, but nothing that's actually required.
If there's one drawback to it, it's the inability to buff in combat. Then again, you shouldn't need to be buffing in combat, so it's a fairly small drawback. :)