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ElvUI BetterTalentFrame

ElvUI BetterTalentFrame adds specialisation tabs much like the pre-Legion dual specialisation tabs. These tabs allow the player to view their non-active specialisation's talents at any time.

Other improvements include being able to switch specialisation on any tab of the talent frame and saving/loading custom talent profiles.

Talent Profiles

Talent profiles allows you to save and apply talent configurations with a single click. Profiles are saved per class/spec (i.e. all your feral druids will have access to the same profiles). You still have to be in a city or inn (or have a talent change buff active) to be able to change and apply profiles, but simply managing your profiles can be done anywhere.

Creating a profile

  1. Open the talents interface.
  2. Configure your talent tree as you wish.
  3. Click on the dropdown menu.
  4. Click on the "Add a new profile" option.
  5. Name your new profile.

Applying a profile

  1. Make sure you are able to change talents.
  2. Select your desired profile from the dropdown menu.
  3. Click the "Apply" button.

Updating an existing profile

  1. Make sure you are able to change talents.
  2. Select your desired profile from the dropdown menu.
  3. Click the "Save" button.

Applying a profile in a macro

Function:
ARWICTP_ActivateProfile(profileIndex)
Example Macro:
/equipset AoE
/run ARWICTP_ActivateProfile(2)
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