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10-22-2010 @ 1:12PM
I like the idea too... but here's the thing.I have all of my spells binded to Clique which I then incorperate onto grid. I have to raid frames, just mine, the thing I'm targeting, and the target's target. I don't need to see health bars on the side of my screen because everything is on Grid. Clique takes bindings directly from my spellbook so I'm not even sure it's possible to bind a macro using my system. If it is I'd love someone to teach me how to do it because you can't open the Macro screen while you have Clique up because that will close out your spellbook which is what the add-on is attached too. If I wanted to manually make a macro that would mean I would have to download an entirely different add on, figure out how to use it, then make said macro and make it be seperate from all my other add-ons which gives me more add-ons, which means more lag, which means less heals, which means more people dying... ALL of that just because people can't teach themselves "Hey, DBM isn't screaming at me to move out of something, I don't see any debuffs or ticks of damage floating around my screen, and I seem to be getting healed, but this must be a UI error from the patch so I gotta GTFO!!!" Yeah, no. Learn it... not that hard. I have every single role that the game offers, all geared ICC level... I think I can figure this one out on my own :P
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