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10-11-2011 @ 2:33PM
Two comments:I use vuhdo and decursive, though I don't know why I still have the latter installed as I never use it. I let vuhdo color the unit frame for remediable things, then I use vuhdo's spell binding to single click (or mousewheel down in my case) the nasty away. Why keep decursive when vuhdo allows you to single click cure/dispel/decurse?And then... sigh. I so want to have my heal frames tucked so nicely down at the bottom, freeing up space and being pretty like this UI. I've tried, I really have, but it makes my tunnel vision even more deadly with moving my eyes from the bottom to the middle to see fire, DBM warnings, etc. So my vuhdo panels are clunkily laid out to the left of my toon, in the center of the screen. It is ugly, but fewer people die that way.
10-11-2011 @ 4:15PM
Because Decursive goes "Bong".
10-12-2011 @ 9:58AM
I use decursive for the "bong" as well as since it frees up key bindings. I can then use left and right click on a frame for another spell. I believe I use left for chain heal and right for riptide. It's simpler for me than having to use a shift/ctrl/alt modifier to dispelling.
10-12-2011 @ 10:08AM
Ah, I don't notice the bong, but I guess my unit frame changing to a bright color does the same thing for me. It isn't like I'm looking away from the frames anyway! I found it easier to have the dispel tied to my healing frame because it resulted in less mouse movement.In regards to running DPS meters above, I laughed last night thinking of the comments because in a BH 25 pug I wish I had one showing DPS when about 40% of the raid died at once. Both tanks were alive and healthy so I could have brezzed a DPS, but I didn't know which ones had been doing the most damage.
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