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    posted a message on RaidBuffStatus
    Quote from danielbarron
    Chromatic gave stats too. I will put it back but I still consider it a pathetic flask for most occasions. I have tried comparing damage taken with two holy paladins and it has made no noticeable difference - the one with it even took more damage.

    Added in r231.


    I understand where you're coming from with this, but actually given the new resist mechanics in WotLK, resistance flasks can be more useful than a health flask. Basically, there are fixed levels of resistance that one can have that will completely eliminate anything less then a 10%, 20%, 30%, etc. resist so using one can get you over one of these "caps". See http://elitistjerks.com/f15/t44675-resistance_mechanics_wotlk/ for more information.

    In addition, the whole point is to catch people who are slacking, and I doubt that anyone would use a resistance flask for any reason other than actually needing it for an encounter.
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    posted a message on BigWigs
    Quote from Phanx
    In the Sartharion module, the warning for drakes spawning adds in portals doesn't need to be a Personal warning... currently it triggers the Flash module, which is rather annoying as it's not something I need to take any immediate action for as a healer. Save Personal warnings and flashing for things that don't affect the entire raid at the same time. :p


    I completely agree with avoiding excessive use of the Personal warning, and I think the authors have done a good job in this regard. The only Personal alarm in the Sartharion module is when Vesperon's acolyte is spawned which activates Twilight Torment. As a healer and a raid leader, I find that event to be extremely important and believe it definitely warrants a screen flash/shake.

    I understand your logic of not using Personal warnings for things that the entire raid needs to react to at the same time, but for highly significant events that players need to personally adapt to, I find it acceptable. Using Sartharion as an example, the flame wall warning is not personal, because the answer for everyone in the raid at that event is "find a safe place to stand". The Twilight Torment warning, however, requires a much more complex reaction depending on the player's responsibilities.

    There is something to be said about the prospect of having individual abilities able to be configured as Personal warnings depending on individual needs, but I don't have high hopes for that level of complexity to be added.
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    posted a message on Bartender4 - Official Topic
    Quote from ThanatosNyx
    I did that and now when I prowl, bar 1 reverts back to the buttons set for my normal form.


    Set the Prowl pager to the same as the Cat Form pager.
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    posted a message on UnderHood Official Thread
    Quote from Anadale »

    Yes, but I think it will make overall configuration more complex and I'm not sure that it worth it. Will try on my sandbox to say yes or no.


    While I understand that this would increase the number of alpha options significantly, it would be fantastic for users such as myself who prefer less intrusive bars. I like to have my alpha set at 50% in combat but it makes texts sometimes unreadable. Perhaps use master alpha settings that could be overridden for bars/texts/icons specifically?
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    posted a message on UnderHood Official Thread
    I posted this earlier but didn't see a response:

    Any chance of separate alpha settings for text/bars/icons?
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    posted a message on UnderHood Official Thread
    Any plans to add enemy casting bar functionality?
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    posted a message on UnderHood Official Thread
    Nice addon, easy to configure!

    Requests:

    -separate alpha settings for bars and texts
    -support for rounded bars, ala MetaHUD
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