Version 10.1.5-1 is based on patch 10.1.5:
• This release only adds compatibility with the 10.1.5 patch!
NO APL CHANGES, we are still on the old 10.0 APL, so I recommend using something else like Hekili until I come back to playing Feral
Version 10.1.0-1 is based on patch 10.1.0:
• Fix Thrash Cat debuff spellId
• Add partial biteweaving support to aoe APL
• Note the APL is not fully up to date and needs a rewrite to support 4cp finisher conditions that are optimal in the new patch, I may get to it eventually, sorry!
Version 10.0.5-1 (release) is based on patch 10.0.5:
• Separate Circle and Life and Death from Feral and Resto
• There is still zero support for Guardian/Resto/Balance, please use /claw hidespec to disable these!
Version 10.0.2-6 (beta) is based on patch 10.0.2:
• Rewrote UI dragging logic
• Adaptive Swarm tracking is incomplete
• Absolutely no support for Guardian spec
• No support for pot/phial/runes reminders

Version 9.0.2-6 is based on patch 9.0.2:
• Fix border color for free casts
• Add owlweaving support (disabled by default)
Version 9.0.2-5 is based on patch 9.0.2:
• Many performance changes under the hood
• Show DoT multiplier differences in top right corner
• Berserk/Incarnation durations in bottom left corner
• Green border on free/clearcasting proc abilities
• Implement the new Bloodtalons usage

About Claw

Claw is an addon for cat and bear druids that simplifies gameplay and maximizes DPS by doing all the decision making for you.
Claw uses an advanced priority list developed by myself and the people over at the SimulationCraft project, improved for ease of use in actual gameplay.
It will calculate which ability would give you the highest DPS (and TPS) during the current combat situation.

The addon is comprised of a cluster of icons, they are:
Previously Used Ability icon (left) - Displays the last correct ability you used (to show you that you actually used it before the icon changed, can be disabled)
Primary Ability icon (middle) - Displays the best ability to use for maximum DPS during the current combat situation
Cooldown icon (right) - Displays when you should use an ability that is off the global cooldown or has a long cooldown (can be disabled)
Extra icon (top left) - Displays off-GCD short active mitigation cooldowns (if used by the spec)
Interrupt icon (top right) - Displays a timer for your target's interruptable spell casts, and your interrupt or stun ability if it's available

Other features of Claw includes:
Glowing Ability Buttons - Your ability buttons glow when they become the best choice ability
Multi-Target Modes - Use keybindings or clicks to switch between single target and 2, 3, 4, or 5+ target modes - or use automatic switching!
Know When You Miss - A red border will appear on the previously used icon when your attack misses or gets parried or dodged
Moveable, Lockable, and Scalable - Each icon can separately be moved to wherever you like on the screen, then locked or scaled to any size

Slash command for Claw user configurable options: /claw


Why is it called Claw?
It just seemed cool at the time and wasn't taken by any other addon, it's easy to remember as well. Then again, it's one ability you won't ever see again... R.I.P. Claw ability

Where is it? I don't see it!
The addon hides itself when you aren't targeting something you're able to attack. Try selecting a training dummy to move it around and such.
Keep in mind that cat priorities will not show up unless you are in feral specialization, and bear priorities will not show up unless you are in guardian specialization.

It's showing up in other specs, I don't want it to!
It should be hidden in restoration and balance specialization, if you don't want to see it in your other specs you could use /claw hidespec 1 to hide in primary or /claw hidespec 2 to hide in secondary spec.

What happened to the resource bar addon?
I got rid of it since Blizzard decided to make their own version (I'd like to think they got the idea from me ;))
I recommend using that (Interface -> Names -> [x] Personal Resource Display)
You can skin your personal resource display using Kui Nameplates if you like.
You can also snap the addon to it using the command: /claw snap below

How is the CPU usage for this addon, considering that it reads through an APL constantly?
It's actually not bad, using AddOn CPU Usage, I've measured peak usage per frame render at around 4ms, and the average is much much lower. It should be well below your average Weak Aura!

Can I get this addon for other classes?
Yes, you can! ... if I am playing your class during this patch. :) Look around my Curseforge profile.
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