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8-10-2011 @ 6:07AM
I have to agree with others here on Vuhdo and Skada. Vuhdo especially seems like it would help here, to me it has everything you'd want from Grid with much less hassle. It looks great too!
8-10-2011 @ 6:56AM
I have 2 monitors and an HD tv I can play WoW on. The flat screen is at my other place and this is my good old, 24" CRT.But on the CRT I addedSET gxResolution "1365x768(wide)" to my config.wtf. (Lately though WoW is trying to change it. So I made the file Read Only for now. Windowed of course.It leaves room at the top and bottom of my screen but it gives much extra room for me.Another Vuhdo, Skada and Opie fan here. I also like Pitbull. It is a little complicated at first, but I have some sweet raid/party frames I use when I am not healing. When healing I switch to Vuhdo. I use Fortress for all my buttons. It took me a while to figure that out, but now I have all the shortcuts as nice small, even buttons with currency and guild buttons that I simply mouseover to see who is online, motd, ranks etc. Very small. All turn off in combat.Sexymap is okay. It looks better than Chinchilla. But Chinchilla is easier to hide and move elements on the screen. All turn off in combat.Hope this helps.
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