Aura Frames allows you to display any kind of buff or debuff on any given unit with highly customizable filtering and ordering functionality. It also includes information about internal cooldowns, spell cooldowns, totems and weapon enchantments. Supports two ways of displaying aura's: Button style or bar style. Features: Buffs and Debuffs on any unit (your self, target, pet etc); Weapon enchantments; Spell cooldowns; Spell cooldowns for your pet; Mouse over; Test unit; Totems.
Allows you to move the default Blizzard buff frame.
Commands: /bb or /basicbuffs
Allows a much different style of customizable buff display. Buff names and durations can be shown. Buffs can be sorted by type or duration. BuffMod is very versatile and the only way to truly find the settings you like is to play with the options. By unlocking the buff frame via the control panel, you can move the buffs to your selected location. Click and drag anywhere on the window to move it, or use the lower right corner to resize it.
simple buff frame based on "guSmallBuff".
Simple buff mod from NeavUI. Restyles buffs & debuffs.
Requires !Beautycase for borders.
Vranx Note: The screenshot shows a modified border image, the normal Beautycase border is lighter.
PhanxBuffs is a basic replacement for the default UI's buff, debuff, and temporary enchant (weapon buff) frames. It looks and acts basically like the default buff frames, with a few improvements: Buff and debuff icons are sorted by their remaining duration, Text timers are shown only when less than 30 seconds remain on the buff or debuff, Weapon buff icons can show the spell or item that buffed your weapon, instead of the weapon itself, Buff tooltips show the name of the party or raid member who cast the buff on you, Buffs or debuffs you never want to see can be hidden (eg. Chill of the Throne), Basic configuration options are available.
Allows you to configure, move, scale and style (textures, shadows) the default player auras!
Is rightclicking buffs/tempenchat possible? Yes it is.
Satrina Buff Frames
This buff frame addon disables the default UI's buff frame and replaces it. The default view is one single vertical row of 20 buffs, one single vertical row of 16 debuffs, and a pair of weapon enchant buffs. These appear down the right side of your screen, under the minimap. All frames are moveable wherever you want. You can resize the icons and timer text. Move the timer text around the icons to wherever you want. Rearrange the icons into multiple rows. Set the number of buffs or debuffs that will display in the frame.
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Features: skin buffs/debuffs; move buffs/debuffs; change colors, texures, and font; able to use class colors (with support for !ClassColors and CUSTOM_CLASS_COLORS); change size of buffs/debuffs independently; debuff icons are shaded by debuff type (temporary enchant icons shaded tench color, too); change the number of buffs per row; able to switch to all white duration text.
ButtonTimers is action buttons with timers attached. The timers can be configured to show a buff/debuff or the cooldown of a spell. The timers are highly configurable, with lots of options to play with.
Config: /buttontimers config
Creates timer bars or icons for buffs and debuffs for player, target and focus. All three bars can be moved seperately. To track CC Effects you must set the CCed mob as your focus if its not your target.
Lets you create a list of specific timers to track on yourself, a target, your pet or your focus. The bars you make always exist and show up as red if the buff/debuff is missing. This makes it easy to determine if you need to reapply a buff or dot. Buffs, cooldowns and debuffs can be intermingled. This means as a hunter you can track your Explosive Shot cooldown right above the Serpent Sting dot on a target. Or a Death Knight can have Unholy Blight right next to Frost Fever. The bars all use absolute time scales. You can set the scaling factor in the configuration window, but the actual time is always absolute. This means whichever bar is closest to empty will expire first which allows you to look ahead and make a smart decision on which ability to use next based on the order that buffs and debuffs will expire.
Text based timers for debuffs. This mod is extremely lightweight and small. The window can be dragged around and it will remember the position.
Auracle's capabilities are organized roughly into "trackers", "windows" and "styles".
The most important of these is the "tracker", each of which can monitor a list of multiple auras (either buffs or debuffs, but not both at the same time). When any of those (de)buffs are found, the tracker lights up (or changes visually in any number of other interesting and configurable ways).
A "window" is just a collection of trackers that all watch the same unit. On a fresh installation, Auracle provides one window that watches "target", so any trackers in that window will activate according to the (de)buffs on your current target. You can create as many windows as you want, and each one can watch any unit you want (player, pet, focus, etc). The visual aspects of windows and trackers are controlled by "styles". There is always a "Default" style (one each for windows and trackers), and you can create as many additional styles as you want.
Buff Broker, ,
BuffBroker tells you what buffs need to be cast (by you) on nearby party/raid members. It does a bunch of profiling, math, and inspecting to figure out what the right "buffs" are for every player. Originally designed to handle paladin buffs, but it works just as well with any mutually-exclusive enhancement. Click the main button once to cast the current suggestion.
ChronoBars tracks totems, cooldowns, buffs and debuffs on any standard unit (player, target, focus, pet, target's target, pet's target, etc.). Colored bars show the time left on the effect when it is active. Groups of bars can be moved anywhere on the screen. Each group can include several bars that track different types of effects. Every bar is fully and separately configurable.
Cork is a reminder addon, aimed primarily at buffs.
Reminders for: self-only buffs, auras and shapeshifts; raid-group buffs cast on multiple targets; warrior shouts while in combat; missing Talent Points; missing Glyphs; available Trainer Spells; missing Food Buffs; unselected Minimap Tracking; Repairing while in town; opening Clams; Combinable items. Class Reminders for: Priest Fear Ward, Shaman Earth Shield, Warlock Demons/Soul Link/Missing Soulstones & Healthstones. Includes a Macro-generating button like Buffet's.
github, WoWInterface, Curse
Allows displaying of buffs on the default party frames.
This addon is to filter out the debuffs and buffs you don't care about. If you melee, you can filter out everything but CoR, FF, and Sunder. If you're a caster, you can just show debuffs like CoE and Winter's Chill. Healers can filter out everything but their buffs and HoTs, etc.
GoodNewsEveryone! is a "reactive ability" alert addon. It will display proc buffs the player should know about for decision making, and abilities that are only available under certain conditions. GNE! is inspired by OhSnap's design and MSBT's triggers.
Inline Aura displays aura information directly inside action buttons. It is heavily inspired from two addons writen by Tuller: OmniCC and the Buff module of Dominos.
Allows you to monitor specific buffs and debuffs of your choosing as timer bars that always appear in a consistent place on your screen in a consistent color. It's especially useful for monitoring frequently used short-duration buffs and debuffs. For example, a rogue could configure NeedToKnow to show timer bars for Slice and Dice, Rupture, and their own stack of Deadly Poison VII. NeedToKnow also works with procs and on-use trinkets. The number, size, position, and color of timer bars are all customizable.
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Pally Power is an add-on that provides an interactive and easy to use interface that allows you to control assignments of blessings for yourself and, if you are a party leader or an assistant, for other paladins in your group or raid. Pally Power supports six blessings: Blessing of Might, Wisdom, Salvation, Light, Kings and Sanctuary. You don't need to be a paladin to control raid/party blessings.
Config: /pp config
Power Auras, ,
Gives players better visibility when you gain buffs, debuffs, etc.... You can see the graphic I set up in the screenshot, it will show when I dont have Battle Shout active and it will only show when I am in combat.
Curse, MoP Beta
Tutorials: Tutorial Movie, Tankspot, WoW Insider
Textures: Holy Power Textures
Review: WoW Insider
Proculas is an addon that will tell you when things proc and gather statistics about procs such as Total Times Procced, Procs Per Minute, Proc Uptime and estimate the cooldown.
Customizable timer bar and icon configurations to monitor buffs, debuffs and cooldowns. Comprehensive condition checking to support buffing/debuffing, spell rotations, etc. Highlights for active spells plus cooldown counters on Bartender4, Dominos and Macaroon buttons. Preset spell colors and cooldowns plus buff-related conditions for each class.
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Lets you track/filter buffs, debuffs and cooldowns. This mod requires Lua code editing to set up the spells to track and their location on the screen.
Notifies you with an icon, time left, charges and target
of the aura that has procced. It is possible to monitor several auras
on different targets at the same bar.
It provides also a handy default set of proccs for each class.
SmartBuff is a buff addon, to cast buffs ease and quickly. All classes are supported. Bind a key, scrollwheel or use the action button and it checks if you, a party/raid member, also hunter and warlock pets, needs your buff and cast it. Use the options menu to configure it you like, as example: buffs, raid subgroups, pets, etc.
Run the mod when ever you wish, if nothing is buffed, there is no penalty or cool down.
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Spell Overlay Timers
Adds timers to the default Blizzard Spell Overlays.
TellMeWhen, , ,
Provides a flexible system of icons for displaying vital information about cooldowns, buffs, debuffs, and reactive abilities... always in a consistent place on your screen.
You choose which spells, abilities, items, buffs, and debuffs TellMeWhen shows. The number, size, and position of icons are all customizable. Cooldown icons can be shown when an ability/item is either usable or is unusable. Buff/debuff icons can be shown when the buff/debuff is either present or is absent. Icons can be set to only show in combat.
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WeakAuras is a powerful and flexible framework that allows you to display highly customizable graphics on your screen to indicate buffs, debuffs, and a whole host of similar types of information. It was originally meant to be a lightweight replacement for Power Auras, but it now incorporates many features that Power Auras does not, while still remaining more efficient and easy to use.
Tutorials; WoW Insider, Usage, Examples, Forum, YouTube, Vox Immortalis
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Import Strings: Vox Immortalis