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Jun 16, 2008I guess I don't fully understand what the mod does or how it is different than Clique (http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info5108-Clique.html). Clique being vastly superior to what I think the mod you're talking about does.Posted in: Addon Ideas
Jun 11, 2008Well, again that's just a rumor :) I would be honestly surprised if they dropped support for *running* PPC apps under 10.6, but it is very likely that the OS itself (Finder and what-not) will be Intel only, written in Cocoa.Posted in: General Chat
In fact, it wouldn't really many any sense for them to axe Rosetta (their PPC to Intel wrapper) ever. I understand why they are dropping support in their OS applications, but support all-together would be very unwise.
Edit: Looks like Apple has a teaser page (http://www.apple.com/macosx/snowleopard/). Sounds like they are getting OSX ready for business (Exchange 07 support and massive 64-bit/multicore improvements). Also sounds like they are going Intel only with the core OS apps, hence why it is going to "dramatically reduces the footprint of Mac OS X".
Jun 5, 2008Posted in: General AddOnsQuote from HunterZ »
I'm tied to Chinchilla forever until someone comes up with a standalone blips addon.
Do you people honestly ignore every other UI site besides WowAce? http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info8838-Blipstick.html
Jun 5, 2008If you want something even more minimal: http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info8530-Amp.htmlPosted in: Addon Ideas
Jun 4, 2008Posted in: General ChatQuote from HunterZ »
Re-buying my old games would be retarded.
Correct, that would be dumb. What you should do is try out Crossover Games (it's a port of WINE for OSX). I've had really good luck running almost all of my older windows games...as well as all of my Valve games (CS:S, HL2, Portal, TF2) and Guild Wars.
Also, all of the old Blizzard games are cross-OS, however many of them are PowerPC apps. That could pose a problem in a year or so, because (it's rumored that) Apple is going to fully drop support for PowerPC in the next itteration of OSX...allthou now that I think of it I'm sure they won't disable Rosetta all together, just stop updating/supporting it.
Jun 2, 2008edit: dammit Fwip beat me to itPosted in: General AddOns
It would be down-right trivial to add 'Blessing of Protection' to your own copy of FreeMe. It would appear that all you have to do is add the spell ID to the table in FreeMe.lua.
Here, I'll even do the "hard work" of tracking down the spell IDs.
Rank 1: http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=1022
Rank 2: http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=5599
Rank 3: http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=10278
So it looks like you want to add , ,  to your own copy and you have exactly what you want.
Jun 2, 2008Posted in: AddOn HELP!Quote from Fozby »acecomm-2.0 requires aceevent-2.0
This seems rather self-explanatory...you're somehow missing AceEvent-2.0.
My guess would be that one of your mods is using AceComm-2.0 without properly embedding AceEvent-2.0. A cheap-fix would be install Ace2 stand-alone...but you should really find out which mod your using that is causing the issue, and contact the author.
May 14, 2008Here is a hackish fix, it still spits out some weird binding errors but...it's functional :PPosted in: Addon Ideas
As far as making drop-downs -- that won't happen :) The text is so that you can do some slightly more advanced stuff, and use ANY macro conditionals for bar swaps (maybe you want one bar for shift, another for alt, and a different for alt+shift, or one for friendlytarget+shift, or another to only swap when your not flying, etc...) Plus it's really not that much harder to type 'mod:alt' than it is to select from a drop-down :P
May 12, 2008Your broken and suck! :P It's actually a pretty simple fix to get the current PM2 working on live.Posted in: Addon Ideas
I was actually planning on updating (re-writing) PM2 soon though, since I just started playing WoW again.
Sep 4, 2007Posted in: Addon IdeasQuote from Nakawe »Ace use to be about enhancing the blizzard interface not rewriting it.
Ace was never about enhancing the blizzard interface...it was about providing a stable, minimal framework that provided the bare bones that all addons used to help reduce code-redundancy and write more efficient code.
One author's mods is not an accurate representation of the intentions of an entire community.
That being said, I do agree that EasyRaid had the right idea of building on top of the Blizzard raid UI, and if the author is MIA it would make sense for someone to make another mod in the same vein.
Sep 4, 2007There are currently no map-notes type addons that tell you server time, character gold level, auction prices, or how many of your friends are online.Posted in: Addon Ideas
Please redefine "all the information".
(If you got it from Wowace, it was most-likely Cartographer + various modules. If you got it elsewhere it was probably Metamap.)
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