Dec 6, 2009 at 9:54 PM
Edited Dec 6, 2009 at 10:01 PM
Fight Parameters - a newbie isn't going to have much idea about what Boss Armour value to input. Could also help more experienced people if there was a drop down menu or something indicating example levels for average boss in TOC10/25 or ICC10/25 heroic/normal.
Misc - Sentence under Trinket Offset is cutoff - it reads "This indicates that you unequip and then reequip one of".
Install Offline - button not working?
The new menu/mouseover system is a gigantic step forward in ease-of-use for me. Right on.
Gemming Templates stuff is still confusing the new user and I still can't seem to figure out if I need to mess with it to be able to have Rawr tell me if/when it's a significant increase in dps if I switch from Agi to ArPen gemming.
BossHandler (first time I've even seen it, being on a Mac and somewhat mono-challenged) is obviously a powerful tool if you know exactly which fight you need to optimize yourself for. However - still confusing for the average new user unless you use a drop
down menu of common pre-configured typical encounters/bosses and what you could reasonably expect on them - or similar. I suppose a mouseover system could work, or just leave as is and have it for advanced users only. Or expand the Help documentation. This
module also seems be a significant step up in workload on your programmers/developers, but not having any coding experience I wouldn't know. Awesome feature idea though.
Everything in the Options drop down menu could use mouseover tooltips imo.
Would dearly love mouse-wheel scrolling in the right-hand window pane.
Gear > Wrists didn't seem to work, everything else so far is fine. Click on Gear, mouse over Wrists and click on - gear display list doesn't change from whatever was there before.
Tabbed away to write this and had to reload character after I tabbed back. Happened twice now.
ChartPicker - I'm guessing this is the name for the drop-down menu in the top left of the right-hand part of the Rawr interface. Looks great!
Cheers for all the hard work.