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4-20-2010 @ 4:11PM
Love the legend at the bottom, it's given me a few ideas about my own warrior UI. Props to you Mvin :)got a question though, if you remove the party frames, can you use the /trade, /inspect etc functions via Grid? As I'd be playing a non-healing class, there's precious little use for it otherwise, apart from seeing when a wipe is imminent.
4-20-2010 @ 7:32PM
In the default GRID config - no. You have to click the grid of the character to target them and then right-click the unit frame to get the context menu for inspect, trade, uninvite, etc.However, I see greater benefit to using GRID as a dps class than just knowing "when a wipe is imminent". Being able to see who got the disease, which healers are down, or which tank just went splat can allow you to change your game play to actually PREVENT a wipe (ok, situational, but still true on occasion). In more broad situations, at least you aren't going to die from proximity death because you are (no longer) standing by the guy who just got burning bile or blood nova. I'm a raid leader, so it's helpful for me to see lots of information about every raid member, even when I'm dps, in a compact addon that light on screen real-estate. It's not difficult then to extrapolate other circumstances where I'd want to see all the info, even if I wasn't leading and keeping track of people's goofs.
4-20-2010 @ 8:08PM
You can use GridUnitMenu to replicate the standard right click menu.
4-21-2010 @ 4:38PM
Sorry for a noob question :) but is there a way to download this wonderful UI?
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