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[General] Guide to Analyzing Snapshotting on WCL

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Alrighty guys lots of people seem to be confused with WCL, and for good reason. When you provide advanced analysis tools without a guide, it can be tough and intimidating to figure out.

 

The goal is to get you all to a screen that looks like this, which means understanding pins! So this is the first step to some crazy WCL analysis: Enjoy!

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So to explain how I got there, I put together this very hastily, poorly drawn guide for how to analyze snapshotting on WCL in a more advanced way.

 

This also proves people need to just leave WoL in the past, stop using it already!

 

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If you have any questions or problems (you WILL have problems, just click stuff and figure it out!) be sure to let me know and I'll help you as best I can.

 

Happy snapshotting! (btw, Drjayfisto is the best I've ever seen at it, that's why I'm showing you his logs!)

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Could've just used my logs ;_;

 

I'm sad to see this has passed by relatively unnoticed, considering the large amount of questions we get about snapshotting. By following this guide you actually visit a large amount of practical and powerful options to analyse your performance.

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You can unsticky this now since we've more or less confirmed that there's no real need to go through the effort of snapshotting. Yay for improved math!

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The real value of this guideis showing how pins are used.

I consider it to be really educational <3

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Very true, actually. Let's make it better then once WCL releases their next update. Just in time for 6.0 when people will really want to analyze stuff!

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