How is prot for day-to-day solo play these days?

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Re: How is prot for day-to-day solo play these days?

Postby Sabindeus » Mon Jan 31, 2011 2:45 pm

Arees wrote:I don't understand though why these buff addons like satrinas and elkanos can't just look at the buff you right click on and then run /canceluara buffname for that buff.


Because you can't generate new secure frames in combat and have them work. You'd need to use a secure frame template to attach a click handler that runs a macro (that functions in combat) and you can't generate/delete/change the attributes of existing ones on the fly like you'd need to for buffs.
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Re: How is prot for day-to-day solo play these days?

Postby Kelaan » Mon Jan 31, 2011 4:50 pm

You'd think Blizzard would look at the special case of a buff display frame and figure a good way that would let you cancel auras, without letting such things be completely automated by other nefarious mods. >_<
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Re: How is prot for day-to-day solo play these days?

Postby Sabindeus » Thu Feb 03, 2011 10:52 am

Kelaan wrote:You'd think Blizzard would look at the special case of a buff display frame and figure a good way that would let you cancel auras, without letting such things be completely automated by other nefarious mods. >_<


Go to the UI&Macro forums and suggest it. (Not being facetious, that is how 50% of the UI features got implemented)
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