World of Warcraft
mainly just supplies you with things you can always use, and setting it up is fairly easy, supplying several different menus and bars for making the UI look and act just how you want it to.
Warcraft, it was made initially as a personal collection but after realizing getting some of these mods to work together or even standalone was a bit complicated for the average user I decided to release this compilation. Credit should go to the original authors of the modifications who gave their free time and effort to bring us all these great enhancements to the game.[/quote]
looking for a compilation to use now, this would definately be one of your choices. Just remember to turn on extra addons in the addons menu, as by default they don\'t all come on(some you may not want, I didn\'t use them all because a lot of them were unneeded.) Flexbar is very important in this UI, and is probably the most confusing part. Just turn it on in the addons menu though and use the ingame help commands.
a few problems, though it really is a great UI.
100,000 downloads, so do not think that this is just a first time slap-job in the UI business. With the help of people like you, UUI has grown incredibly fast. Despite a few setbacks in the recent weeks, I hope UUI will grow to the number one used mod package in WoW. Remember, I don't get paid for this, nor paid to promote this in any way, but what I do get is the satisfaction in knowing I just helped each and every user of UUI have a much better playing experice. Try UUI yourself, whether you're a "newbie" with UI's or an expert, and witness the great extent to which it can help you. UUI takes a few minutes to setup in the beginning, this few minutes can be several minutes if you are new. I offer a lot of ways to get help with this, do not hesitate to ask. The first time you setup UUI will be your last time, as everything is saved. [b]Updates / New in v9.6.0[/b] Finally, I can most unhesistantly say this is the first version straight up that won't cause a SINGLE error for ANYONE. Why? Because errors no long appear if you even get them. Who wants to know that the "UIERRORDROPDOWNFRAME on line 3403095345345 is a nil value" etc etc. That's just stuff you don't need to know, just stuff I need to take care of. So I disabled the UI's ability to even show script errors. - I just entirely ditched the NoErrors addon that I was working on, it was buggy because the action it needed to catch didn't have an event and hooking the error function seemed to have problems so I just made a simple FrameXML hack that hides all errors. Simply delete BasicControls.xml in your framexml directory if for some odd reason you want to see script errors. - Updated .toc files. - moved ImprovedErrorFrame to optional addons because you won't be needing to see errors anymore. - Updated titanpanel - Updated Flexbar UUI Forums: http://www.wowguru.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=71
still is widely used today. Many of the mods first seen in Cosmos have made blizzard realize they should add the mods into the game itself and they did, however, Cosmos still has a ton of useful features. I found an interesting site that lists them all in detail, check it out at: http://www.wowwiki.com/Cosmos_AddOns Note however if you currently have other mods installed to make a backup first as I\'ve had cosmos wipe my interface folder when I was installing it to make sure it works, so pretty stupid of me, don\'t follow my lead :o Be sure ot check out the Cosmos homepage and forums at: http://www.cosmosui.org/ - Pro-Filer
innovative features, such as the Map Mod and Buff Mod.
always is more.. If your not currently using a UI, perhaps check this one out, or maybe if your current one is beginning to not suit you anymore.
(1500) - CT_BuffMod v1.73 (1500) - CT_ItemBuffs v1.33 (1500) - CT_MailMod v1.3 (1500) - CT_MapMod v1.46 (1500) - CT_PartyBuffs v1.45 (1500) - CT_PartyHealth v1.3 (1500) - CT_PlayerNotes v1.2 (1500) - CT_QuestLevels v1.2 (1500) - CT_TickMod v2.2 (1500) - CT_Timer v1.1 (1500) - CT_UnitFrames v1.57 (1500) For additional information see the readme below. For additional CT Mod addons see the bottom of the download section on http://www.ctmod.net/
liberty to update, replace and add AddOn's from the original pack. This newer version has been tested for 1.4.2 (EU) and for 0.5.0 (EU Test). The EU Test servers requires some of the AddOn's to be disabled. For instance the UberQuest is not yet compatible.... Remeber. This UI Compilation is not the easiest one to install but it works very well if your a spellcaster. [b]Currently used AddOn's:[/b] myAddOns myReloadUI EZoneLevel bc_AutoMailSubject Reputation MapCoords LootLink Enchantrix TooltipPlacer EnchantedDurability AF_Tooltip Auctioneer Sea ErrorRedirect ImprovedErrorFrame Goodinspect UberQuest AutoBar AutoPotion AvgXP BibCore BibToolbars Chronos Clock Gypsy_BuffBar Gypsy_General Gypsy_Shell Gypsy_UnitBars QuickCash QuickLoot SiMiHiOi UberActions BibWindowMods EquipCompare MyInventory MozzFullWorldMap FlexBar Gatherer [b]Changes:[/b] v0.2 - updated more add-ons and fixed stability for WoW 1.4.2 (EU)
[b]Included AddOns:[/b] http://www.fischerfam.net/wowFiles/AddOns/ChopSUI/Contents.txt [b]Usage Information:[/b] http://www.fischerfam.net/wowFiles/AddOns/ChopSUI/Usage.txt [b]History of Changes:[/b] http://www.fischerfam.net/wowFiles/AddOns/ChopSUI/Changes.txt [b]Version 2.0:[/b] - Changed .toc files to match new patch. - Upgraded CT_PartyHealth - Upgraded FrameXML files to work with new UI options. Removed the following: - Crastos (will return in a newer version) [b]Things I want to add:[/b] - A button near the compass for "MoveAnything". I don't like it in the main menu. - A GUI set of options for each of the addons that are in ChopSUI, so they can be integrated into the myAddons AddOn. [b]Known Bugs:[/b] None [b]Small Tips:[/b]Delete everything in your World of Warcraft\Interface folder before installing new versions of your UI. (If you use Cosmos you will need to /leave the cosmos channel when you enter the game. You can get a list of the channels you are currently in by doing /chatlist) 2. Delete your SavedVariables.lua file in your WTF folder before you install ChopSUI for the first time when moving from another mod like Cosmos. (Make a backup copy of course if you use mapnotes or something like that.). That way your file is as small as possible to reduce lag. 3. If you have a pet, you need to open the the "PetActionBarFrame.lua" file in the FrameXML dir with notepad and edit these two lines to line it up how you want it to line up: PETACTIONBAR_YPOS = 94; PETACTIONBAR_XPOS = 36;If you are in-game and you edit/save the file you can just type: "/console reloadui" (without the quotes) to test it.