Is there anything that accomplishes what ratingbuster does but uses less memory?
If you just want the rating conversion without any of the stat summery stuff there is WoW AddOns - Ratings - WowAce.com but honestly memory usage doesn't really matter on a system with 2GB or more of RAM which should be pretty much any system playing WoW these days.
wouldnt this be easy to make as a addon?
i dont have all seals, and its not uber design but just to give a quick idea.
Im not good with addon coding but i would think this wouldnt be so hard to make. If you knew how it work.
the idea is that the seal you have on you is in the middle.
Blessings would just stay where there are but the buff you have on you is highlighted and maybe in raids the blessing would also be highlighted when you have the blessing on you!
Okay, I'm using Forte Cooldown module and I kind of managed to put my Rapid Fire cooldown on Ignore with the right-click option. Now I can't find how to remove Rapid Fire from the ignore list. Does anyone have any experience with this?
I did not yet figure out how to turn the "!"s and "?"s on the minimap back to their original size. Herb nodes, too, are smaller since 3.1 than they used to be before. I have searched on this topic, but have not been able to restore their size. Does anyone know how to fix this?
Having the same issue with ClassTimer that I had once before, it's now tracking other peoples' buffs/debuffs on a target. Is there any way to fix this? It's no good to me if it tracks all debuffs from my class on the target.
Quartz definitely had that problem, at least before I updated it - the list of buffs on my target stretched to the top of the screen! I didn't notice if it worked after I installed the new version as I wasn't in a raid after that and forgot to look.
Originally Posted by Kalidin
reminds me of a mod I used many years ago in BWL, called HolyHope. This seems to have been rewritten for later versions of WoW as per my link. It doesn't do exactly what you were suggesting - there are 3 radial menus, 1 each for seals, blessings and random spells - and I'm not sure how it handles there being 3 different Judgements now, but you might want to take a look at it, especially if the aesthetics of your design were what appealed to you.
PS: There was another similar mod which could be customised for any class, but I've forgotten the name and have no idea if it is still supported. It was definitely an Ace addon though. Someone else might remember?
For those asking how to get Power Auras to show an aura based on two different conditions/events, it was described in the comments on the WoWInterface page for the addon like this:
Create the 2 auras, shift-click the second one to turn it off, then in the config for the first one enter the id of the second one (the one you disabled) in the text box to the right of "Exact name".
You basically "chain" the two conditions by hiding/disabling one, hovering over it to get its ID (ends up being the "slot number" in the grid of auras you define) and then plugging that ID in (as a "pre-requisite" of sorts) for the second (active) aura with its own conditions.
I hope that's not too confusing; it's really not that hard to pull off once you've got the addon in front of you.