Alright For those of you waiting for the new UI I've been posting, I'm uploading it right now. A few things for you to know.
Recount has custom button skins, f you update it, you'll lose them.
Shared Media is set up specifically for mage voice procs for use with scorchio2. If you update it, it may possibly mess up.
MOST IMPORTANT - Satrina buff frames SBFFrame.lua is filled with custom buff colors. My husband added this code and it's a work in progress. If you aren't a mage, there are going to be many debug messages in the chat window letting you know what buffs need to be added to the table. Mounts that you have that differ from mine are going to spam your chat box also. If you don't want to add the new things to the code, please replace satrina with an unedited version. Each proc, buff, mount, etc had to be added seperately and the debug messages are there to let you know what you have not yet given a color to. (I will have updated versions of the replaced files for people who want them, we've added more stuff since the upload even)
You can ask me any questions here or feel free to pm syrupk at www.wowinterface.com. Choose Frostyce for any profiles. 1680x1050 resolution ONLY. It's up to you to keep the compilation updated.
This is a UI I was working on before I got knocked out of WoW and entered my semi-retired state. I don't have an in-combat shot nor do I have a raid shot (I never raided with this toon as I lost my Windows install shortly afterward and my Ubuntu 9.04 install does not support WoW (my ATI GFX card is too old for the drivers that do have decent 3d OpenGL/D3D via WINE model support). The UI files are safe however and currently in a frozen state along with my Death Knight.
I was going for a semi-minimalist look. When I am in combat or mouse over the area, an additional 14 button bar appears under the main bar. In addition two smaller 8 button bars on either side of the main bar (visible upon mouseover) allow for access to non-combat items (such as frequently used mounts, elixirs, buff foods and such). Both the main bar and secondary bar are keybound (I use a combo of keybinds and clicking for combat, it works well for me). Over the player UF will appear Forte timer bars for abilities while a Forte CD bar appears below the action bars to track CDs.
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Mods seen in this SS:
oUF (with oUF Nivaya)
PhanxChat (blurred as the guild alliance channel was a bit "interesting" that night)
kgPanels (around the UFs/main bar)
DockingStation (info at the top right and bottom corners)
Carousel (upper left corner, holds Broker plug-ins that I don't need displayed all the time, many are on autoshow such as my Guild and Roll plug-ins)
various Broker feeds (launchers are largely hidden on the Carousel bar)
In addition major mods in use (but not seen/hidden in the screenshot) include !LyMedia (custom texture mod), !LySettings (custom UI settings containing a fair bit of custom code plus code from smaller mods that I like and have tweaked to taste), !ClassColors, MiksScrollingBattleText, Clique (for my healer alt), Camma's UI textures, caelNameplates (a customized fork), Quartz, Outfitter (outfit bar is hidden just above my chat), and assorted oUF plugins to support my oUF layout.
Fonts used: ExpresswayFree is the main one used by most of the visible mods including oUF_Nivaya and Eavesdrop, WoW UI (including Chat) fonts is Bitstream Vera Sans Bold
Texture used: Bars - Minimalist (from SharedMedia), custom textures via my own art AddOn. The default Blizzard UI elements have been replaced by Camma's wonderful frames.
This was (and still is once I get back in a few months) a work in progress so some things are out of place such as the quest tracker is visible (only quests that in that area should be seen via the "tracked" tracker) and some Broker plug-ins are seen twice. The quest tracker is now hidden in my latest version. However even in this state it is quite usable, fast (even on my old hardware) and will be a great UI to use for raiding.
Sweet setup and I like the simplicity you have put into it! Keep up the good work!
Thanks! Essentially my goal is strip my UI down to the bare metal and then build only what I need/use. I think I pulled it off quite well. I have done a fair amount of custom tweaking of my mods (I am beginning to really love config by lua only mods as I am learning a good deal by diving in and tweaking). Too bad my UI project is now on hold until my return...