Hi there please dont spam me for this but i have been looking of a way to setup grid with out being in a party, sort of entring a config mod so it brings up 10/25 or 40 sqaures, so you can adjjust hieght width etc etc, i have ahada a quick look through the forums but nothing has caught my eye.
Also can i ask woul anyone have any suggestion of must have setting for GRID for a Resto Druid.
Shifilis Your local friendly Resto Druid
P.S. i have added GridStatusHots, and am goiong to give that ago, but anyother suggestions would be welcome.
@Greltok I don't think any of the guides linked on that page have been updated since the Burning Crusade. I mainly left the page up in the hopes that people would add current links to it, but so far that hasn't happened.
@joniboy4844 Grid does not, and will most likely never, have a "config mode", as the Blizzard template system upon which it relies does not support this functionality. You should be able to configure nearly everything outside of a group (Grid > Layouts > Solo > By Group 5, to show a frame for yourself while solo), and make minor adjustments as needed when you are in a group. During buffing, between pulls, and during loot rolls are great times to make adjustments.
As for how you should set Grid up as a resto druid, well, that's up to you. What information do you need to see to perform effectively in a raid? Start by turning off any information you don't need. Then, you should have plenty of space available to display what's left. Remember that you can "group" information using the priority system. For example, you don't need to show Curses and Poisons on separate indicators, since you can only dispel one at a time; if someone has both, you'll see the Curse until you dispel that, and then you'll see the Poison.
If you're new to Grid, I'd highly recommend trying it without any plugins first. Get a feel for how the addon works, and what configuration options are available. If you find yourself missing information or wanting information displayed differently, only add one plugin at a time. If you go install every plugin that's remotely relevant to your class, you'll end up with a confusing and unusable mess. Think about what you really need, and stick with that.