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8-05-2010 @ 5:46PM
Well there is something to be said for "working out of the box". So I understand why you might want to use Healbot.Grid use to frustrate me too, to no end. Trying to figure it out -- took me a long while and a lot of searching around on youtube for good tutorial videos, a lot of searching around on wow.com and other websites to get some instructions.But I guarantee that Grid is well worth the frustration of getting it how you want it. I can now pretty much set up grid in my sleep, with my eyes closed. And once you understand how stuff works it's not really daunting at all.The thing about Grid which makes it -so- popular is that it's -is- so customizable. It allows you to use just what you need -- and lets you leave all the rest. Which is very good for people with lag issues, etc. It has many many many plugins which reduces how many additional add ons you need to get the job done -- without a lot of extras you really don't need. Even if you're comfortable with Healbot, I would recommend that you still try other raid frames from time to time. They're ever evolving and a lot has changed over the years. Expanding your horizons will change how you react as a healer -- and may even make you appreciate healbot all the more.
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