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Updated:01-28-09 09:11 PM
Created:01-08-09 12:32 AM

Bang! Inner Fire

Version: 3.03.03
by: Bangerz [More]

A simple addon that tracks and gves warnings for Inner Fire charges and expiry.

This mod can use Blizzard SCT, SCT, MSBT or Parrot.

The message it shows can also be adjusted.

You can use a custom sound file for any of the procs, just replace Custom.wav in the addon folder with whatever you like, then select it in the in-game menu.

Slash command: /bif

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Unread 01-12-09, 02:00 PM  
A Fallenroot Satyr
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Heh, the addon really isnt that complicated. I made this up quickly for a friend, they said it works - I dont have a priest to test it

Combat or no combat should make no difference, it should warn you up to every 30s if you are below the set charge threshold. Its possible that isnt working properly.

I have added a line and uploaded, not sure if it fixes it, let me know.
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Unread 01-12-09, 11:00 AM  
A Cliff Giant
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Interesting, but not really usable yet.

v3.03.02, USEng client/server, WoW 3.0.3 live, MSBT v5.3.33.

Not in combat, it provides alerts (in MSBT & the sound) both at 7.5 minutes remaining (??!!) and around 2 minutes remaining of inner fire. This can't be adjusted; really don't need alerts at 7.5 minutes.

Then, going into combat, the alerts just stopped. They never occurred in combat. And if, say, you went into combat with 5 minutes of Inner Fire remaining and came out at 30 seconds remaining, no alerts were provided. Which makes it rather useless.

So need 2 things to have this mod be usable:
1) be able to provide its alerts in combat.
2) adjustable times for when to alert. On a slider, numeric entry box or similar. Can have it alert just once, twice (as it is now, but it is non-adjustable) or whatever.
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