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What is it:
AutoLagTolerance automatically adjusts the new Ability Queue's "Lag Tolerance" to match your latency.
Generally, setting your Lag Tolerance to even 400ms isn't detrimental any more, as the "ability-lock" first introduced with the Ability Queue is no longer in place (i.e. hitting an ability after an ability has been queued will now override the queued ability). The use of this mod is simply up to whether or not you find that having your Ability Queue's time being close to your latency is what you find most comfortable.
AutoLagTolerance will work automatically without any user intervention, and no game setting need to be changed. If you wish to change some of ALT's settings, you can use the commands listed below.
Due to the WoW function for returning latency only updating 30 seconds, AutoLagTolerance works best as a means to set your Lag Tolerance to your general latency, and not as a means to instantly set your Lag Tolerance to always be equal to your exact latency.
If your Ability Queue seems to become too short, or too long, play around with the Min and Max settings so that your Lag Tolerance always stays within boundaries you are comfortable with.
Note: WoW has default min and max Lag Tolerance values of 0ms and 400ms respectively, so you're Lag Tolerance won't exceed these boundaries.
With Patch 4.0.1 of WoW, Blizzard introduced the Ability Queue System.
Lag Tolerance adjusts how long before an ability has come off of GCD, that using another ability will put it in the queue.
However, this is WoW, and our latency can change a lot and very frequently. Simply setting the Custom Lag Tolerance to a specific value isn't going to work when your latency dips, spikes, and fluctuates while fighting.