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6-10-2010 @ 1:17PM
I was a Healbot user but then switched to Grid. I think the thing that caused me to shift was allowing a little more customization for what I needed to see in the various fights at the time. They're both great, never understood why people were so hostile to one or the other.I've never used VuhDo though.
6-10-2010 @ 2:03PM
Grid is great for those who are technically advanced, but it has a steep learning curve. Vuhdo has most of that functionality right out of the box, and helps to track hots. Grid has a HoT plug in, but it's not that great. I find grid to be more aesthetically pleasing, but Vuhdo much much easier to use.
6-10-2010 @ 8:09PM
To Eregos ftw -I agree, grid looks MUCH nicer out of the box than Vuhdo. I *hate* the way Vuhdo looks when you first boot it up on a new toon - it pretty much barfs all over your screen.It took a few grueling hours, but I've managed to set up Vuhdo to look almost exactly like Grid, so it can be done! Why not just use Grid + Clique? I prefer Vuhdo's out of the box icons for important debuffs for various boss fights, the HoT tracker, and the ability to bind things to mouse wheel (I don't think you can do that with Clique but I could be wrong).
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