Hey. This time I tried seeing if it is there without setting a waypoint, with waypoint set and arrow disabled in the settings, and with waypoint set and arrow enabled. All 3 times "GPSArrowTab" is there and blocks right clicks. It's also nowhere near where I actually have the arrow as you can see in the screenshot :/ https://i.imgur.com/3BcdCWb.jpg
Le fameux kikimeter est un indémodable de World of Warcraft. Ce type d'addon permet de mesurer vos performances en analysant votre DPS, vos soins ou encore les kicks, les dégâts subis etc. Details! est un indispensable si vous souhaitez améliorer votre cycle DPS ou mieux comprendre les rouages de votre personnage. Notez cependant qu'un bon DPS n'est pas synonyme de bon joueur !
Workaround as a player is simply to skip forward past that step in the guide, at which point it has steps for the other quests. I'm still on Bleakrock as that character, so I don't know if a duplicate "begin the evacuation" step exists after you've found all the missing people. In either case, just don't talk to Captain Rana about evacuating until you've completed all the other main/sidequests on Bleakrock, which are listed at the UESP link above.
Dugi’s Guide has released their Cataclysm bonus which is an in game talent advisor. Finally and actual bonus worth talking about; or so I thought. Once on the inside of Dugi’s Guide members area the truth was revealed. The talent advisor bonus is just the 3rd party addon “Talenteds”! Using TomTom add on for navigation is already a large negative in my books, now offering a free addons as a bonus. Dugi, Dugi, Dugi.. – not cool. I’m tempted to take another point away from Dugi but that would be my personal opinion.
One of my favorite features is the Smart Injection System, which automatically determines the optimal place for your character to get started with the guides, based on your level and quest history. In other words, it doesn’t matter what level you are currently, you can jump right in and continue seamlessly with the guides. It also means that you don’t have to be a slave to the guides, they work perfectly even if you’re also leveling in instances, battlegrounds, using heirlooms or rested EXP. If your level ever gets ahead of the guide, just use the built-in feature to skip to the right place again. Very cool.
Functionality is the heart of these guides, what you are really paying for. There are a lot of aspects I could look at with regards to functionality such as; questing path; quest progression; addon user interface; bugs; performance and many more. All that we are concerned with are questing path (speed) & user interface. All the other aspects aren’t worth comparing as both wow guides are light in terms of system usage, both have very few bugs, and both update your quest progress in real time.