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    Quick question about pitbull raid frames

    Hey guys,
    I have spent the last 2 hours looking for some form of drop down box or check box in pitbull trying to find an option to disable the player from showing up in your raid frames. I know this is possible with the party frames, but have not been able to find out if it is also possible with raid frames. Any help would be appreciated.

    Cheers

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    pitbull 3 or 4?
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    Pitbull 4

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    lol then sorry I can't help u.
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    No such option exists.

    The "show when" option affects groups of unit frames, not individual units. The player frame is not in a group, nor can it be added to one.
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    thanks for the quick replys guys.

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    It's possible with Shadowed Unit Frames, which I switched to and have found alot better than PB or AG_UF.
    Shadowed Unit Frames : WoWInterface Downloads : Unit Mods

    Unlike PB, SUF are so stupidly easy to configure and customise it's rediculous.. also raid, party etc frames are constructed out of the boxx so no need to twiddle if you don't want to.
    Oh an it's very lightweight.

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    Thanks Vlad will definately check that out

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