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8-26-2010 @ 8:25PM
I did try GRID and I didn't like it because it only can show a DELTA of the health as a number, and only if some health is missing. Whereas PITBULL 4.0 (the screenshot I attached above) shows virtually anything you want, a %, the max health, the delta, anything.Another important point (for me, again its an opinion) is to treat a UI as a Head Up Display (HUD) as much as possible. So I don't need to know about who is not in my range because I can not do anything at all for them, those folks just overload my UI and take my attention away from Folks I can act on right now. I think GRID can do that too from my test.Really consider this: put the 'range' transparency to 100% if someone is not in your healing range.Your UI is going to clear up so fast and you can focus better, and this without changing anything at all at your setup (and its easily reversible if you don't like it, its just a % on frame transparency).
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