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8-06-2010 @ 3:19AM
Am I the only that loves the new VuhDo direction arrow?If you didnt know about it, when somebody is out of range, just mouse over their box and direction arrow (with optional distance number below) will appear in his box and you quickly and easily know where to move. Its great help for fights with a lot of movement over wide area.
8-06-2010 @ 5:31AM
HELL NO! I'm really bad about reading release notes for my addons. I don't know when they added it but it is very cool.I admit I've never used clique/grid. I stated in BC with healbot, and since I'm a Druid ran with Lifebloomer for a while. I have to say Vuhdu is just amazing. It wasn't too daunting to set up and all the nice extras like raid debuff icons, and that little arrow just get me. I've unsuccessfully tried to get my ICC10 healing partner to try, and she won't. But seriously to all healers. If you haven't give it a serious try.
8-06-2010 @ 11:21AM
I started with Healbot and then read about Vuhdo in this column. I switched just to see what it was like and have never looked back. I was so enthusiastic about Vuhdo, most of the healers in my guild have switched to it. My husband figured out a way to configure Vuhdo to handle his pally buffs instead of having to download another addon (Pally Power).Hooray Vuhdo!
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