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    Icesnake’s Add-on Emporium #29: AutoAspect and OmniCC

    Posted on Sep 7, 2010 by: Icesnake Frostfyre
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    Segment 29: AutoAspect and OmniCC

    This week will be another “Twofer.” One of our add-ons this week, AutoAspect, is strictly for hunters, so if you don’t have a hunter or don’t care about hunter aspects, you may want to skip ahead. OmniCC, however, is for everyone.

    Firstly, AutoAspect. AutoAspect is a fairly simple add-on for hunters that will remind you to switch between Aspect of the Hawk (or Aspect of the Dragonhawk for Level 75 or higher) based on the percentage of mana you have remaining. If you are out of combat, it will plant a big button right in the center of your screen, so you can’t miss it. It also plays the “raid warning” sound and throws up messages in the “error” frame, or optionally using SCT or Parrot. All of AutoAspect’s features can be toggled on and off very easily using slash commands.

    You can get AutoAspect from WoWinterface.

    Secondly, we have OmniCC. OmniCC adds text to the casting button for items, spells, and abilities that have cooldowns. It’s simple, requires no configuration to get started, and can make a lot of difference in your DPS when you’re waiting for your “nuclear option” to become available, by helping you anticipate the exact moment you can cast it.

    OmniCC is also available from WoWinterface, through WoWmatrix, and from Curse.

    Music for this segment is from and is entitled “Hostile Hunter” by Scott P. Schreer and Pete Calandra.

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