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10-12-2011 @ 10:02AM
I would actually recommend using Elv's UI over this. I used to run a pitbull frame setup, but it's far more complicated than the author gives it credit.Plus Elv's UI tracks critical raid debuffs and flags them for you, and updates to the addon will capture new debuffs for new raids. Pitbull this list needs to be managed manually. However, neither addon tracks critical buffs (e.g. healer and tank cooldowns) for you and you need to whitelist these.If you do download Elv's UI, the first thing you'll want to change is the UI scale. The setting is pulled out from the standard frame and placed under the Elv's setup. I suggest running the healer mode, even if you dps./ec brings you into Elv's UI config and /hb brings you into keybinding mode. The 'L' on the chat frame will unlock the UI and let you move stuff around.
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