Stacking debuffs with VuhDo?

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Stacking debuffs with VuhDo?

Postby Galektra » Fri Jun 18, 2010 9:23 am

I was looking for a mod to show me debuff stacks on the other tank, so I wouldn’t need him to tell me when to taunt on Precious/Stinky etc. I heard VuhDo had this, so I just installed it last night. We were already past the dogs in our clear, but I didn’t notice the frames showing any debuff information through ICC. I didn’t have a lot of time to mess around with it, but I guess I need to configure something to show the stacks?

One other question, can I get it to show class colors (pink=Pally, orange=Druid etc) like the traditional raid frames do? I set up some of the click options for HoP, HoS, Di etc, but I’d like to be able to identify individuals faster when needed.
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Re: Stacking debuffs with VuhDo?

Postby Marblehead » Mon Jun 21, 2010 1:47 am

I can't answer your question, cause I've never used VuhDo. However, I use Grid and GridStatusRaidDebuff to do the exact same thing (and with colors too :P)

On a side note, the simplest way to track a debuff on your co-tank is to focus him.
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Re: Stacking debuffs with VuhDo?

Postby hoho » Mon Jun 21, 2010 1:55 am

Marblehead wrote:On a side note, the simplest way to track a debuff on your co-tank is to focus him.
Making target's target visible and showing debuffs on unit frames is even easier, though would require the tanks to attack the same target.
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