Vuhdo and raid frames

Hello healers,

I have a simple question. I recently started using Vuhdo and I really like it. However I cannot turn off the wow raid frames. So I have the Vuhdo frames and the wow raid frames on my screen and would like to get rid of the wow raid frames. The same thing happens in 5 man dungeon groups. I tried going into the wow interface in the unit frames and raid profiles and I do not see an option to turn off the wow frames. Please help. Thanks.
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90 Night Elf Druid
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You can hide them by just clicking to the left of them and chosing the hide box.
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Thank you.
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90 Draenei Shaman
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Additionally, there are options in VuhDo to turn them off completely (if you click on the in-game raidframes "options" panel and opt to "hide" the raidframes, you're still left with the... uh... tab? for the in-game raidframes "options" panel on the left of your screen. Not that that's a big deal, but you can turn it off completely in VuhDo).

With your VuhDo config open, select the "General" tab at the bottom of the VuhDo window.

Now move to the buttons at the far right of the VuhDo window, and select "Misc"

In the top left of the display, you'll now have a bunch of "Hide Standard" options to look at.

"Raid Manager" is the third option from the top, in that box. Click the bottom dot on the "Raid Manager" option. This will "hide" the in-game raidframes stuff completely.

... I love what VuhDo can do for me as a healer, but MAN, I hate interacting with it! Everything seems... hidden and sometimes unintuitive, sigh.
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Thanks for the help. I really like vuhdo. I didn't think it would be that big of a difference but it really is. And yeah the interacting is a bit clunky, have to look for stuff... But so far it seems to have great potential. I especially like those arrows telling me in what direction people are from me.
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