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SpellPriority is back! Currently only for:
- Affliction Warlock
What does it do?
SpellPriority shows you the next, and best spell to use, for max. DPS with a simple icon.
For more info see:
SpellPriority used in a raid (Warlock Destruction)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAD_dJn4SCk (old SpellPriority Version)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dszeiQ5_pS8 (old SpellPriority Version)
Which classes are supported?
Warlock for 100% (I only play Warlock ), other similar classes (Priest, Mage, Hunter etc.) are also supported but not yet fully tested (and maybe no tacticfiles are created yet for them).
What is the basic idea behind SpellPriority?
SpellPriority use diffrents "tacticsheets" for diffrent classes and talentbuilds, with little lua-coding skills are you able to create your own tacticfile ingame (with WoWLua) for your playstyle.
What is a tacticfile?
The tacticfile defines which action is likely the best for diffrent situations in combat. For example: Which spell you should use after you have finished your current spellcast when an important debuff expires on the target. The tacticfile is created and optimised for a specific class / talentbuild and glyphs, so you have to choose a tacticfile which is created for your talentbuild and glyphs.
Current included tacticfiles:
- Warlock Affliction v1.0
- Warlock Selfbuff and Pet reminder v1.0
DevTools (currently removed)
This is a module, included in SpellPriority as a seperate addon, for people who:
- want to create their own tacticfile
- have some knowlege about Lua
- time and fun
- and for my guildies / friends to make tacticfiles for other classes
- and of course for myself, better workflow
I have documented DevTools as well as I can, but there are likely some points that are not clear enough or incomplete, someone needs to test it Maybe later I will create a little explanation movie.
For DevTools, you will need the addon WoWLua, you can get it here:
After this you can use the command /spdev to open the GUI, where you can start with the first few steps.
If you create a tacticfile which you want to share with the community, please contact me, and maybe I can include your tacticfile in the next release.
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- Date created
- Jun 03, 2009
- Last update
- Jan 10, 2011
- Development stage
- GNU Lesser General Public License version 3 (LGPLv3)
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