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1-13-2010 @ 9:23AM
Focus is nice, ya.I use Clique as well, but I don't use Grid, I use Pitbull 4. So I'm not sure if Grid has a main target frame. But normally I have the boss as my main target. I do this mostly because I lead the raid so I like to know where the bosses health is and if things are being properly interrupted and cleansed. I can heal everyone, including the tanks, from my raid frame set, so I never have to change targets the whole fight. All my heals and cleanses are bound to Clique, as well as my Purge and Windshear. (I'm a shaman if you haven't figured that out. :) ) Clique can be set up for helpful and harmful effects and you can choose which frames these effects are cast upon. So for example, if I left click on a friendly target frame, I heal them, if I left-click on an enemy target frame, in the case of a boss, my main target frame, I Windshear them.
1-13-2010 @ 9:40AM
I do the exact same thing as Redcow, but with Vuhdo. If you are click casting there is no point in targeting your tank since you can get all the information you need from your raid frames and can heal them by clicking on the frame. I usually have the boss as my target for Wind Shear or Purge or just to see how much health he/she has left.
1-13-2010 @ 9:48AM
Even better, at least with vuhdo you could create a frame that shows only your tank and his target. Or a frame that shows your focus, the set up you choose is what works for you. Then you can bind offensive spells that will only be used when you cast them on hostile frames. For example, I have right click: judgements, left click: stun, shift + left click:turn undead.
1-13-2010 @ 11:46AM
I'll third this. The functionality that the person is asking for is already built into VuhDo. You can mouse-bind and key-bind your spells and hotkeys through VuhDo, then simply mouseover your tank in the VuhDo grid and click the appropriate mouse button or keyboard key. That leaves you free to target the boss for dispels, etc. without having to set up focus target macros and the like.
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