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    posted a message on PallyPower - Official Thread
    Quote from poull »

    I tried showing more normal blessings than your own but the config simply became too wide to support that. Showing blessings the same way as greater blessings are done in the config window doesn't really scale well up to 25 or 40 players so don't think that is an option. I have a few alternative solutions though. I could prefer you from being able to select normal blessings that others have already taken. So you can't see them but all you would have to do is cycle through those left and pick one then. Or maybe i could show a list of all the greater and norma blessings assigned to a player when you mouseover his name in the tooltip.


    Ok, sounds reasonable, how about this as an alternate solution (Mostly like what you suggested but with name colouring based on assigned/not assigned smaller buffs):

    The distilled problem is that we don't know when a player has/hasn't got smaller buffs assigned, How about colouring their name in the config panel when they have smaller buffs assigned, that way we can see if there is any need to look at what they've got (or not got) at a glance. Then if you mouse-over the name in the config panel it could show a tooltip with the list of small buffs and the paladins assigned to them, then you can right click for the menu as before. Being able to mouse-over a name and see which paladins have a smaller buff configured would be really useful.

    Quote from poull »

    I think it's already possible to hide it when soloing. It would be possible to hide it when entering combat but think it's only possible to make it appear after combat is over then. Aznamir should be answer this better than me but I'm quite sure it isn't possible to make it show only when someone is missing a blessing.


    Ah, ok, that's cool, not a big deal.

    Cheers.
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    posted a message on PallyPower - Official Thread
    I love this mod, it has allowed me to prevent the endless complaining of all classes in raids who don't take into account how complicated pally buffing is. I do have a couple of little requests though.

    Between raids (Or even within the same raid, players come in and out, a druid tank becomes DPS etc) I haven't always reset all the buffs and started again from scratch, meaning there are often residual small buffs configured. If I was the only paladin then it's fine as I can see the greater buffs and the lesser buffs for everyone. If I'm not the only paladin however, I have to go through a lot of menus to see at a glance the lesser buff config for all the other paladins.

    Alongside each player name my lesser buffs are shown, it would be really nice if all the lesser buffs could be shown there. Perhaps the left to right sequence could match the top to bottom sequence of paladins so you know which paladin is which. Obviously it would be necessary to have a little box for each paladin even if they aren't lesser buffing the player so that the sequence is maintained. It could have the same config interface as the greater buffs where you click the small boxes to cycle through the lesser buffs for each player instead of (or as well as) the menu system. It might make the config window a bit wider depending on the number of paladin in the raid but I think it would be acceptable. It could always wrap if there were more than X paladins I guess.

    My 2nd little request is that it would be really nice if there was an option to configure autohide on:

    a) combat
    b) combat when everyone has the correct buffs (or all buffs have at least X amount of time remaining)
    c) soloing
    c) soloing when you have the correct buff (or all buffs have at least X amount of time remaining)

    My reason for this is that during an encounter, I often am not paying much attention to pallypower but if it were to suddenly appear midcombat as someone had been battle-res'd for example, then I could chuck a buff there way, then it would hide again, freeing up screen space.

    Thanks for your hard work on the addon, now it's the druids, priests and mages who are berated for their slowness while the paladins sit around looking smug. :-)

    Cheers.
    Posted in: General AddOns
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