Rawr 2.1.5.0

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Released: Jan 4, 2009
Updated: Dec 20, 2010 by Jothay
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Recent Changes:
v2.1.5:
Items now show their item level in their tooltips.
Armor and Bonus Armor are now handled separately.
Performance and crash fixes to the Optimizer.
Added mousewheel support for the charts.
Added buffs for Mixology.
Added support for Blacksmithing sockets (reload character from armory, or load character from 2.1.4 and remove extra gem from items).
Added a context menu item to quickly evaluate the upgrade value of the clicked item.
Added support for updating the entire item cache from Wowhead.
Added parsing for Greatness cards.
Rawr.Bear: Now includes correct calcultions for armor in patch 3.0.8. Fix for damage reduction calculations for different level targets. Added support for Mongoose. Fixed calculations for Idol of Terror. Added support for soft-capping Survivability.
Rawr.Cat: Fix for damage reduction calculations for different level targets. Added support for Mongoose, Berserking, Trauma, and Mangle from another feral. Fixed calculations for Idol of Terror.
Rawr.HolyPriest: Added Arcane Torrent for blood elves. Support for more set bonuses.
Rawr.Mage: Added custom graphs for stats scaling. Supports extra crit rate from encounter effects (ie, Loatheb). Fix for new cycles ignoring flame caps. Support for reconjuring mana gems.
Rawr.ProtWarr: Adjusted miss rate from 9% to 8%, and dodge rate from 6.5% to 6.4%.
Rawr.ShadowPriest Added Arcane Torrent for blood elves. Fixed display issue with Misery/Faerie Fire hit. Support for more trinket effects. Support for more set bonuses.
Rawr.Tankadin: Fix for block rating conversion.
Rawr.DPSDK: Fixes for a few calculations. Fixes for item relevancy to show DK set items, not paladin ones.
Rawr.RestoSham: Updated a variety of calculations. Not fully updated yet, but included in this release of Rawr so that you can see how we're progressing. We still advise using Rawr.RestoSham in conjunction with other theorycrafting tools.

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