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6-18-2010 @ 6:30PM
>To me people, who use addons to make your job easier, makes you less of a healer, and your not healing the way the designers intended you too.I use two addons to heal: Grid and Clique. I don't think it makes me any less of a healer to not have my screen cluttered by a 25 big rectangles instead of 25 small squares. In fact it allows me to see more of the game then the default UI does. It also removes the huge number of buffs and debuffs that I don't care about and lets me choose to only display the ones I do care about.And clique is awesome because it lets you set up keybinds so instead of selecting a player and pressing "3" to heal, "4" to cleanse and "5" to put a bubble on them, you hover over the little box and then right click, or shift-click, or alt click to do the same thing without even changing your main target. It's the same thought process, but with less keystrokes so you can do more in less time.The bottom line is that the default interface gives you too much information to filter through and forces you to heal inefficiently, but macros and addons allow you to spend less time figuring out what's going on and more time actually healing. Which is a good thing as far as I'm concerned.
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