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1-01-2007 @ 7:34AM
It took me ages to figure grid out when i first got it (so many options!) but i now swear by it. Definitely the way of the future for us fellow heal/decurse-bots. I found the most useful feature, at least as far as PvP healing is concerned is that you can make it so each player's grid is brighter or darker if they're in range or not. I don't know how many other people walk into BGs with the intention of healing, but it's perhaps the most frustrating job i ever have to do since it's so hard to keep track of who exactly is around you and how much HP they're on.The Blizzard floating health bars are almost no help at all since targetting people with is practially impossible when there's 10 bars floating all over your screen. And having to then look at the raid UI to find out who needs a dispel or whatever. It's a goddamn nightmare. But grid makes it infinitely more easy since only those in range will be lit up, and so much information is stored on that tiny little interface. Excellent mod, by far best i've seen (and no doubt the best there is) since the recent UI changes were put in place.
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