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01-26-12, 04:26 PM   #1
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Quartz Configuration

A long time ago (...in a galaxy far, far away...) I used a much older version of Quartz. It was much more straightforward and did pretty much all I needed it to do. I recently started playing my Warlock again and remembered Quartz had a good visual representation for the Warlock DOTs, so I downloaded and installed it. However, I find myself totally lost in the myriad of configurable items and cannot figure out how to make those DOT timer bars larger. There does not appear to be an item in the huge assortment of configurable items that is labeled "DOT timer bars", or words to that effect. I'm not sure if I need to adjust those bars under "Player", "Target" or something else altogether. I don't know what 98 percent of the configurable settings do or are intended for. (For me) Quartz has gotten way too complicated to be useful. As mentioned by a previous poster in another part of the forum, I play in 1440 x 900 resolution and the bars associated with the Warlock DOTs appear very small. Is there a user's manual for this addon? Even better, can someone steer me to the appropriate settings to make my DOT timer bars larger (and move them to where I want them)? Thanks in advance for your replies.
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01-26-12, 05:26 PM   #2
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When I used to use Quartz (which was also a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away) there wasn't a section of the options specifically for DOTs either. You're looking for the Buffs module.
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