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5-25-2010 @ 6:04PM
Thanks for all your comments guys. Here's some responses to your comments.Portraits: I really never look at the top of the screen when anything important is happening, but when I'm roaming around Dalaran, they just look nice. I like to have the target of target info up there because our tanks sometimes forget to call out who they are attacking first or during an intense fight, I don't have time to pick a target out of a crowd, so I just target the tank in Grid and then click his target in my target of target frame up top so that I can cast my Judgements at the proper target.Chat: I just simply don't use text chat that much. Anything important in a raid is said over vent. Healing assignments are given over text chat, but I can scroll up for the 10 seconds it takes to review that. I just don't see any reason to have text take up that much room.Skada/Pallypower positioning: I have Skada setup to show 10 because it switches to damage/heal meters after I'm out of combat. In a 10 man raid, this let's me see how everyone's doing, and in a PUG, it can be a quick alert that someone is not ready for the content we are tackling.Kgpanels tutorial: http://www.mmo-champion.com/interface-macros/(tutorial)-creating-a-simple-ui-with-kgpanels/Thanks for the comments, and thanks for covering my UI!
5-25-2010 @ 7:28PM
BTW, I'm Perasite. Didn't realize that I hadn't used my toon name when signing up on here. :)
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