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    LF Combat Text Addon Help

    Hawwo guis. I'm using Mik's Scrolling Battle Text atm for combat text. I wanted to ask if its possible to move the place where the damage/healing taken is? I am a tank and i usually get much heals when our healers are not slacking. So healing/damage takens are taking too much place.

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    Re: LF Combat Text Addon Help

    bump since its been an hour and no one answered. :<

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    Re: LF Combat Text Addon Help

    You could've spent that hour looking, as it's not hard to find.

    Type /msbt.
    Go to Scroll Areas.
    Button on the right saying Configure Scroll Areas.
    Drag where you want it.
    Click save.

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    Re: LF Combat Text Addon Help

    Quote Originally Posted by Semi
    You could've spent that hour looking, as it's not hard to find.

    Type /msbt.
    Go to Scroll Areas.
    Button on the right saying Configure Scroll Areas.
    Drag where you want it.
    Click save.
    Quote Originally Posted by Blackdeadcow
    Hawwo guis. I'm using Mik's Scrolling Battle Text atm for combat text. I wanted to ask if its possible to move the place where the damage/healing taken is? I am a tank and i usually get much heals when our healers are not slacking. So healing/damage takens are taking too much place.
    Is suggest just to filter incoming heals. And probably best of all turn them off or merge them into one info. There is such option. Throttle mode or something like this.


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    Re: LF Combat Text Addon Help

    Throttle mode only works for spells of the same name. Fine, if all your healers are, say, holy priests, or holy pallies... but if you've got a pally, a priest, and a druid all healing you, throttling isn't going to do much.
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