Problem is, it's not guaranteed to be like that. Since we don't have enough marks to always uniquely identify every type of target, this becomes sort of hard to figure out. I mean if you want to do this just make your own macro.
Could it be an option that I missed to select? Last time it happened again that I missselected a snake, just because I wanted to be really quick with marking and in the end I was slower because I had to reset the cache :)
If it would be possible to implement a non-elite mob filter, I could simply mouseover the trash mob group in Karazhan (after oper event, gold street) where about 3 non-elite run around and 1 elite, all in the same pack. As for now, I have to manually select every mob and check if it's an elite mob or not according to mark them.
Please lead me to the right direction when this feature already exists
I've got a couple spots where MM gets auto-enabled when it shouldn't be. The portal between Ghostlands and Plaugelands seems to trigger it in some occasions. Lately, I've been also noticing that entering Stranglethorn seems to be triggering it as well.
Well Magic Marker should work fine as it is actually. I use it on occasion. There are some weird issues going on where things aren't cleared correctly that I'm not quite sure what the cause is. It almost seems like there are missing death events (on typical example are the two pre-adds for Thaddius).
Do you have any specific issues that you're seeing in WotLK? Am I missing any new CC methods for example (I think I added Hex and adjusted others)?
well, have run several runs to populate the db with them, my problem is that it seems to not really care for the settings since tbc.
if i set 3 targets for tanks, and its a group of 8 mobs, where most is possible to cc with several combos, it will just mark up 3 targets,
the ones to tank.
if i change it to 5 tank targets, it marks 5 as tanked,
an8 tank targets, it marks all 8 as tanked.