Basically Fubar with a bucketload of fubar-addons.
Autobar and Bongos.
Still messing around with it occasionally. But I pretty much like it the way it is right now. I hate all those weird unit frames people use. It makes WoW look completely un-WoW to me. Personal opinion of course :>
Names and links people... all searches for 'All in One' bag mods bring up only the old Sarf AIOI mod, which looks nothing like that. Point us in the right direction ;)
EDIT: Okay, I'm just a dope. It is 'Baggins'. I didn't realize Baggins had such an option for that layout (I may have used an older version that didn't have it). Changes my whole opinion of the mod, so am trying it out much more closely. So far it is quite slick!
Okay, I'm just a dope. It is 'Baggins'. I didn't realize Baggins had such an option for that layout (I may have used an older version that didn't have it). Changes my whole opinion of the mod, so am trying it out much more closely. So far it is quite slick!
I had a "holy crap, can I do that with Baggins?" moment too - and I was already a lover of the AddOn. ;)
I finally have my UI to a place I am some what proud of.
Nice an clean looking, only thing that really stands out if ElkBuffBar. If you copy the LiteStep.tga file from Surfaces and open the ElkBuffBar.xml file you can change the texture for EBB. It's roughly line 55 and should look like:
<BarTexture file="Interface\AddOns\ElkBuffBar\BarTexture.tga" />
Ex: Change to -> <BarTexture file="Interface\AddOns\ElkBuffBar\LiteStep.tga" />
Also you can change the colour of it to black or something else by modifying the line (56?):
<BarColor r="0.5" g="0.5" b="1"/>
I haven't played with this yet, however the RGB values are pretty much 0 = 0% and 1 = 100%. In theory all 0 would be black and all 1 would be white.
You can also just rename a copy of LiteStep.tga to "BarTexture.tga" and move it into your ElkBuffBar folder, replacing EBB's original texture. Remember to rename and move a copy of LiteStep.tga - you still want the original as it is named in Surfaces. This isn't necessarily a better solution, but it's an alternative if you'd prefer not to touch the .lua files.
I only use hotkeys, so I don't really need an actionbar (Bartender3 hidden). The best thing there is are Candybars like in Antagonist (not showing, well I'm dead so no use for it), CDT2 and Chronometer. Pity those couldn't save me from being owned so hard.
Been using this layout for quite some time now and I absolutly love it, the only thing bothering me is the placement of EavesDrop, Grid, Autobar and SW-Stats (disabled in screen for performance). I'm gonna look into it if I ever get out of those arenas :)