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    posted a message on Grid — compact party/raid unit frames
    I just logged back in, and it looks like i can configure it with dual profiles. I will go this route. However, my point is that a hide feature is much easier than configuring profiles for all 6 (or a subset thereof) of my active characters.
    Posted in: Grid & Grid2
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    posted a message on Grid — compact party/raid unit frames
    Quote from Phanx
    Could you give an actual example of a specific situation where you'd want to temporarily disable Grid? If you're not using it, you're probably not in a group, so simply setting the Solo Layout to "None" should solve the issue. I can't think of any situation where you'd be in a group but not want to see group frames, so unless you or any of the other people griping about the loss of "standby" can give me a concrete example of such a situation, there's little I can do to help you.


    I'll admit it. I miss the standby feature and I guess I was "griping" about it being gone. I will give the layout hiding a go and see how I like it, I just thought that /grid standby was a terribly convenient feature. I liked it because it made grid super easy to control regardless of my character. If i go shadow on my priest, I don't want or need grid there. I can probably figure out a away to use a layout/profile setting, but I thought standby mode was easy. I don't even know what standby did. I'd be just as happy with hiding it with an easy option. I apologize if my example isn't specific enough.

    I love this addon enough to comment on it. Thanks for all the hard work.
    Posted in: Grid & Grid2
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    posted a message on Grid — compact party/raid unit frames
    Quote from Phanx
    Ace2 provided a "standby" command; Ace3 does not. The recommended ways to hide/disable Grid are to either set the layout for your current group type to "None", or to log out and disable it at the addon screen. Could you give me an example of a situation where you'd want to hide Grid, where you wouldn't want to use one of those options?

    You can also just do stuff with "GridLayoutFrame" directly, instead of doing module lookups.


    I just want to chime in and say that I agree with the other poster about missing standby. I have been looking for it here and there, getting frustrated, and finally i came here to make a post. I disable grid for my dps toons, but on my tanks and healers I like to disable it when I am not using it. I don't like the disable reloadui approach (or the logout and disable approach) for these characters because of the added time and inconvenience of logging off and on.
    Posted in: Grid & Grid2
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