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1-30-2010 @ 6:04PM
A question, since I use Grid and I have it show me in the upper left if a person has a disease and the upper right if they have a magic debuff, the whole frame shows me who has aggro, it also shows me who has the weakened soul debuff, basically everything I need to know, can vuhdo do the same? All in an easy to see manner so that you can respond quickly?Last I tried vuhdo I couldn't click to select a player and that was a deal breaker for me. It would always just click through. Has the option been added to use it as a tool to select players.BTW, i'm using Grid2. Way more easy to configure than Grid.
1-30-2010 @ 9:16PM
yes to all of these things. I have found the look of Vuhdo easier for responding to things than Grid in fact. While Grid tends to focus on the colored blocks rather than the icons(I know you can get icon addons, but not all status addons support icon indicators), Vuhdo focus more on the icons from the start, along with borders and block colors, and theses icons zoom when they are created(I think there is an option to turn this on and off) so they are quite eyecatching.For selecting a target on click you can either have the click you want to use set to target(just put"target" in the action box), or you can set it so that it automatically targets on spell cast(does not work with macros, only actions and spells, though you could add /tar [@mouseover] to your mouseover macros).
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