Sparkleparty – dead
Blood Queen whatsherface – dead too
Sparkleparty – dead
Blood Queen whatsherface – dead too
Wrynn Buff makes me strong
My numbers are super high
I get sad elsewhere
In attempting to change my theme (because it was not working in IE), some things went wrong. Thinking myself ever-so-clever, I reverted to the last backed-up version of the site (that’s what backups are for, right?). This glitched and deleted all but 8 of my comments. That backup program is no longer my friend.
Fortunately – for me – I have a secondary backup program running. Unfortunately, that is the “backup of last resort” and only backs up once a week. So I reverted to 6/23 and everything since then was lost. Well except the posts I salvaged from the feed reader and reposted, but the comments are gone.
I’m very glad I backed up my stuff, and have backup redundancies. Hooray for being paranoid.
See kitten movie! Â See kitten chase the mousie! Â SEE KITTEN CHASE THE MOUSIE!
Ok fine, fine, Iâ€™ll find you the kitten movie.
I don ‘t pretend to have tested all these solutions, but I am gathering as best I can fixes for grid plugin incompatibility so we can all upgrade Grid without issues!
(being updated as testing progresses)
WowAce seems to have the latest version of Grid before Curse, but it ‘s an alpha.
Ones that I have had occasion to test, not exhaustive list.
If you are having a problem with plugins, try downloading their most recent versions, though alphas or betas, from wowace. If you ‘re not having a problem, then, uh don ‘t. The release versions may still work (have not tested EVERYTHING).
Recently updated, it works now. Murloc Parliament Tested and approved!
Open up GridSideIndicators.lua and put the following text as the first line:
local GridFrame = Grid:GetModule(â€œGridFrameâ€) Workaround is no longer needed since the module has been updated.
Source: Kurn ‘s Corner
Open up GridStatusPWShield.lua and:
1) Remove Line 3 (RL = …), you don’t need it and it may cause errors.
2) Add beneath or above Line 7: local GridRoster = Grid:GetModule(“GridRoster”)
3) Change the line with GridStatusPWShield = GridStatus:NewModule(…) to the following:
GridStatusPWShield = Grid:GetModule(“GridStatus”):NewModule(“GridStatusPWShield”)
Murloc Parliament Tested and approved!
Source:on GridStatusPWShield Entry on Curse.com
I will continue to update this as information comes in. Please help by posting any additions or links in the comments and I will edit the information into the post.
Ok, there ‘s been some confusion about Parliamentary Papers. If I don ‘t cite your article, it doesn ‘t mean I don ‘t like you. I probably hate you. With a blind seething passion and say “NO THOU SHALT NOT BE LINKED. “ Insert obligatory “j/k “ or “lol “ here.
The “point “ of Parliamentary Papers, if there is a point, is to point out articles that you might not have read this week. If Larisa wrote something thought-provoking that I loved, I ‘m going to assume that most of you probably read it ““ so I ‘m not going to include it.
And I try to avoid guides because I ‘m already linking them elsewhere. If someone wrote an awesome guide, I ‘m going to most likely put it on the Healer Addon Page so you can find it when you need it, forever and ever. Or at least until Cata when the pages get redone with brand-new info. Parliamentary Papers would be ginormous if I linked all the stuff that I was adding to the resource pages every week.or
Elitism: I love Gnomes, they ‘re delicious talks about how elitist players are like Arizonians. It ‘s an interesting analogy!
Resto Druid: Kae at Dreambound talks about when to use Nourish. Some druids really hate using it at all, so this is an interesting look at when it is appropriate, plus a cataclysm preview.
WoW Spouses: Keredria at Tree of Life revists WoW spouses. Kind of like BFF ‘s in-game.. kind of.
The Ick: Redhawk at Redhawk ‘s Gaze talks about Sickness and WoW, and when you should bow out of playing.
Star Wars Galaxies: Keen talks about playing SWG on a Pre-CU server. Holy crap, this made me want to fire up the old discs and find that beta server, wherever it is. I loved this game back in the day. I served as a player correspondent, and I met my husband through it. I have not made friends in WoW like I made in SWG “¦ it just isn ‘t the same, community-wise. I ‘m rambling, but this made me feel so nostalgic.
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HoT up the group
Swiftmend any moron who grabs too much aggro
Run around at all times, making everyone else jealous that you can do your job and artfully avoid the big frosty spikes
Toss some wrath-thingys when he ‘s in the €œvulnerable € stage
Put down frost resist totem
Keep up Earth Shield
Riptide tank whenever it ‘s up, unless some idiot DPS got himself in hot water
Cast chain heal
Swear that people aren ‘t in range of each other
Get spiked a few times due to low mobility
Swear some more
Bubble the group
Wait for bubbles to wear off
Re-bubble the group
Really? They got through the bubble on the tank? That ‘s a first. POM, Penance, Resume nap
Run in a zig-zag pattern so as not to get spiked (it works on MacGyver)
Hahah €¦ no clue. I don ‘t play anything Holy. Bacon?
This guide is out of date. Please see the updated version for 4.0.
NOTE: If GridStatusMending is not working with your version of Grid, look HERE for a fix.
Ok class, today we are going to learn about tracking Mending Frisbee using NUMBERS.
Once you have your corner text and side text plugins, you can have countdowns in the following places:
It may look teeny here, but it totally works in-game.1
I wrote about this before – so no point in rehashing. Real ID is being implemented exactly as it was proposed months ago, with the same security concerns.
Read what this feature does. If you are feeling a bit queasy about having your real name “out there,” then don’t use it.
Those of you who want to use this feature, don’t be offended if someone chooses not to friend you. It does not mean the person does not like you. There are some serious security concerns that would cause many people to err on the side of caution.
I will not be using this feature at all. If I want to cross-server chat, I can do so via gmail or any other IM program: without divulging my real name to anyone, especially not friends of friends, and without the security concern of giving out my battle.net e-mail.
Crowd control in Wrath has been a joke. The Devs have pretty much admitted to that, and if you look at the way they intend to rework tanking in Cataclysm you will see that crowd control will need to come back into our bag of tricks. Polymorph is great for beasts, humanoids, and the stray critter you find, but you unfortunately have more types of enemies than that. So how do you keep a target you can’t polymorph busy and not hurting you or your friends? Kiting.
Frost spells typically work best. But Slow in the arcane tree is very useful, and you have some things in the fire tree which might work out in certain situations.