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1-31-2010 @ 11:55AM
@Greg:Its a system hog. I find Vuhdo often uses around 4-5 megs and *then* its partner addon 'Vuhdo Options' usually runs another 2-3. This is my main problem with Vuhdo, despite the fact I'm currently using before I can find an alternative. It just eats memory like crazy. I also find its interface a bit clunky when you start scaling it down (which anyone wanting a clean minimalistic UI will want to do). Sure, Vuhdo can do everything, but it does so at the cost of lots of memory and screenspace to be effective.
2-01-2010 @ 10:58AM
Haha. this guy is gonna get a LOT of 'X replied to your comment on wow.com' emails XD
3-19-2010 @ 12:34PM
I concur though not as fact, I just prefer the look and customizable aspects of Grid. It took me a moment to get it set up the way I like but it was so worth the effort. I'll post a screenie of my UI to demonstrate. I just feel Grid fits better into my UI as my focus was to keep it clean and effective. http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c81/Methodhack/WoWScrnShot_031710_192722.jpg
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