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Old 02-14-08, 10:19 AM   #13
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I don't disagree with the bloated. I also still use most of the default ui as oposed to what you guys use.
The most important things to me are my bar layouts and where my avatars are. I like having my bars where things are grouped somewhat and my avatars close to my line of sight where I can see castbars and health and not at the top of the screen.
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Old 02-14-08, 10:29 AM   #14
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makes me wonder if I have a screenshot of my ui... hurm
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Old 02-14-08, 10:30 AM   #15
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Magus, I'm on Azgalor Horde PvP server if you need some help or anything. I'm still leveling a new toon at the moment. It's been slow going as RL has been occupying me.

Also, don't ever use Cosmos.

Zelda, what's the mod you use instead of Xperl?

This is how my compilation looks on my work PC, the video card is only an ATI X550. I have it running at 800x600 to keep the frames up. On my home PC it looks a lot different due to having the 8800 and 22" widescreen.
I use PitBull for my unit frames. It's much more customizable than XPerl imho. Also, every addon I used (except for the auctioneer suite which lets me milk the AH for around 80G per day) runs on the Ace2 or Rock framework, so there isn't a lot of overhead.
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Old 02-14-08, 10:31 AM   #16
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Ace is the way to go. I love the wowace updater as well.

I will check into this Pitbull mod. XPerl has served me well though.
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Old 02-14-08, 10:40 AM   #17
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this is close to what my ui is now, except my jump count is closer to 200k not I think

and while I am at it...



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Old 02-14-08, 10:57 AM   #18
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Magus, I'm on Azgalor Horde PvP server if you need some help or anything. I'm still leveling a new toon at the moment. It's been slow going as RL has been occupying me.

Also, don't ever use Cosmos.

Zelda, what's the mod you use instead of Xperl?

This is how my compilation looks on my work PC, the video card is only an ATI X550. I have it running at 800x600 to keep the frames up. On my home PC it looks a lot different due to having the 8800 and 22" widescreen.
Maybe I will join you... My server is full too often and my friends list is all offline lately.

BTW Guys, Thanks for the recommendations... think im gonna pick and choose which I like best.

I tried Bongos but like Bartender better.
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Kul Tiras yo!
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Maybe I will join you... My server is full too often and my friends list is all offline lately.

BTW Guys, Thanks for the recommendations... think im gonna pick and choose which I like best.

I tried Bongos but like Bartender better.
The customizability is my biggest draw to playing WoW. No other MMO will get consideration from me until they can offer something similar. I have tried numerous MMOs since I've been playing WoW, but all fail to capture the customization that makes the game feel more personal.

Thor: You're a feral without the Druidbar mod? Like zomg! I love my Druidbar.
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yeah.. what is that... might have to go looking


edit: yeah I have seen those... meh. I don't normally do enough shifting or casting to worry about mana unless I am doing the ray daily, or hydros where I was shifting a lot.
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yeah.. what is that... might have to go looking
It shows your mana while you are in feral forms.
With Xperl, it adds another bar to the avatars info. On default UI, I think it adds another movable bar or can split your energy/rage bar into 2 with mana on one side.
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Damit I hate starting over... alwas jump between characters trying to figure out what class I want.

Playing wow makes me feel like a noob(and a boob)
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Damit I hate starting over... alwas jump between characters trying to figure out what class I want.

Playing wow makes me feel like a noob(and a boob)

realizing your problem is your first step to recovery.

personally I like druids... but I think that is obvious to people who read my posts in this forums section.
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