Apr 25, 2018 - Allods Online Forum. Some of the ones I had before are dps meter, dark premonition. Ah, you mean some sniper-addon https. Wow 3.3.5 dps.
Indeed, I find Recount a very good tool to learn stuff from. BUT I'd also suggest you learn a bit about combat logs and the World of Logs' website. You can see stuff there that no damage meter will. Like my last parse showed me I was NOT Invoking enough (mage spell to increase damage 15%). Also it is great for really figuring out exactly how you died! It seemed daunting to me at first, but the process is dead simple. First, start an account with any old 'guild name.'
Before the start of a fight, you do a '/combatlog' command. Repeat that at the end. Then use their app to u/l the file to their website. It will stay there for 4 weeks, so you have plenty of time. The reports may/can seem very complex, but play around with it. Might I suggest TinyDPS. I used it and it has some features that I like.
Total damage done with dps, which changes with each hit, and tells of how much healing was done with total health regained. There's even a option for changing between all battles and current last battle. It's simple and is up to date with Pandaria. It will show others in your party how much damage they are doing too.
Pets included if you're a hunter or other class with a fighting pet/minion. 5/12/2011 - the date of the last post in this thread. I'm pretty sure by now the OP has either found the answer to his question or has quit the game.