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7-07-2011 @ 1:20PM
What bugs me about these frames is there is no option to just not show them. Everyone I know still prefers to use whatever they were using before. With these profiles every time they join a raid they have to manually hide the Blizzard frames.
7-07-2011 @ 1:33PM
This. 1000 times this. If only the frames where more resizable i'd stop using Grid, but as they are currently, it's just a nuissance.
7-07-2011 @ 1:34PM
Yes this is annoying. I wish there was a way to permanently turn them off. The will also "unhide" themselves if you edit anythin at all in your settings while in a raid.
7-07-2011 @ 1:48PM
Ahhh so that's what's happening. I thought there was some setting I had checked that made them keep showing up whenever the raid size changes... And yes, it's very annoying.
7-07-2011 @ 3:18PM
There's an addon called Raid Frames Begone available on Curse. I know that it works with xperl at least.
7-07-2011 @ 3:44PM
There's a script you can macro that will remove them, as well, so you don't have to have yet another addon installed. Just click the macro once and you're done (until you log out/log in again).
7-07-2011 @ 5:53PM
I'm not sure if its just the luck of the draw for me, but either xPerl does a good job of hiding them when I use it, or whether I just hit the hide button and they never reopened again.
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