This is a feature request. Have you considered adding filtering (other than target-only) to WitchHunt? I know that for myself, and many of the people I play with, there are certain spells I absolutely want to be notified about in pvp (Resurrection in arenas, for example), but that doesn't mean I want my screen spammed with every single thing any hostile casts/gains.
The ability to filter for only a list of relevant spells is so important to me that I figured out how to hack an old version of spellalertSCT to do it, even though I have never programmed before and can't write code to save my life, but now I'm dependent on this outdated mod because I don't want to figure out how to hack a new one. I would be so happy if I could switch to WitchHunt, but it doesn't do what I need it to. And I'd like to be able to point my friends to WitchHunt when they ask for a mod that does this, which does happen from time to time, rather than giving them my own jury-rigged outdated mod that no one maintains (again, I learned only just barely enough lua to hack it, and most of that I've forgotten).
Ideally, it would be possible to filter for any combination of:
--Spells cast/buffs gained by target
--A whitelist of spells cast/buffs gained
--An ignore list of spells cast/buffs gained
--Only spells cast
--Only buffs gained
So, for example, as a rogue, I could choose to see anything my target casts/gains, except spells on my ignore list, and not see anything cast or gained by non-targetted hostiles, except spells on my whitelist. My healing priest friend who only cares about dispelling stuff like BoP or freedom could choose to only see when any hostile gains a buff on his whitelist. My pally friend could see to duck out of los when someone starts to cast Mana Burn, without having his screen so full of "Snowballz casts Frostbolt" all the time that he stops paying attention to the alerts. To make this really awesome, you could let us choose to color alerts differently per spell and/or per target.
I know this is doable, and I know people want it... please?