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12-01-2010 @ 12:05PM
"There is always the choice of an addon like Grid, VuhDo, Clique, or HealBot, but those are intended for doing healing as well and usually take up a lot of screen real estate"Clique takes up a single tab in your Spellbook (that it creates itself) and work with all of your spells/macros, not just healing. I've used it in combination with Grid's threat tracker to taunt mobs off of people I can't find quickly with Righteous Defense (quick ctrl+Right Click), works like a charm!
12-01-2010 @ 12:06PM
I forgot to add that it works with your existing unit frames as well, no need to use Grid if you don't like it.
12-01-2010 @ 2:21PM
Grid has a threat tracker? Explain...
12-01-2010 @ 2:34PM
Clique > decursive. IMO, decursive is overly complicated. I have a 5-button mouse, and my mouse-button 4 is my cleanse/descurse button on all my characters that can do that. My raid frames light up like a christmas tree when someone has something that I can dispel, so clique really does the trick. Decursive seemed needlessly overcomplicated in comparison.
12-01-2010 @ 3:17PM
Seconded. All raiding paladins of any spec should have Grid (or the present raid frames) and Clique set-up to handle all the Hands and cleanse, plus Righteous Defense if you're Prot. Macros (Hand of Freedom on your focus target) are useful, but Grid+Clique will allow you to be dynamic.
12-01-2010 @ 9:21PM
@Possum Aggro is one of the settings within Grid, I personally have it set so that whenever anyone has aggro of a mob it'll paint a red border around their health box. I should have mentioned I also have it set up for all my "Hands" as well, but I figured just mentioning the one major thing I use it for is good enough.
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