Actually, you are wrong. Perhaps before you decide to post something insulting, you should make sure you have some ground to stand on. Things that don't match stick out to me like a fat man on a supermodel runway. Although if all of those statusbar textures look the same to you, it's possible that you might mistake that fat man for Kate Moss. :P
I just felt the need to post my general comments about a lot of the compilations I see posted on this forum and elsewhere. To start with, I'd like to say that the main thing about a ui is that YOU are happy with it. It doesn't really matter what someone else thinks if you're enjoying your time in WoW and you can get the info you want when you need it. With that said, it seems that a lot of people try to put a big bar at the bottom of the screen and just fit a bunch of stuff into it. I guess I'll never understand that... I use a lot of buttons but still like my screen as "clutter-free" as possible. I put the mods and their respective data where I want them. I enjoy playing with my ui too much to ever quit changing it I think but at least I know I'm doing it for myself and nobody else. The point I'm trying to make I think is that while it's fun to share, just don't lose sight of the fact that your ui is for you... make it so that it makes YOU happy. :P
Note: If you're changing your ui to make someone else happy, stop it! hehe
Whats up with a FrameXML folder that doesn't exsist??
[2008/07/21 01:42:28-2802-x8]: Interface\FrameXML\WorldStateFrame.lua:337: table index is nil:
Interface\FrameXML\ChatFrame.lua:2085: in function <Interface\FrameXML\ChatFrame.lua:2077>:
(tail call): ?:
(tail call): ?:
Interface\FrameXML\ChatFrame.lua:1935: in function `ChatFrame_OnEvent':
<string>:"*:OnEvent":1: in function <[string "*:OnEvent"]:1>
EDIT: Just did a search and found out that many addons are having this, any cure or workaround? Thanks.
I don't know of a cure or workaround but I did open a ticket and spoke with a Blizzard GM about this. They actually told me that it's a known issue and it's a confirmed Blizzard bug.
I tried Nmainbar and like it a lot... just can't use it because the short bar hides the micromenu. I'm not much for keybindings and trying to remember the ones for the micromenu so that's really the only reason I don't use it.
How can i display the group number on the raid frames?
What I do is create a custom text dogtag for it... ie [outline][raidgroup:bracket:hpcolor]. That will put the group number in a bracket, put a shadow on the text, and color for health which is nice if you just have bars with player names.
My eyes aren't that good so it was kinda tough to see your video but I do have a few things for you to try:
1. Put in single target mode.
2. Set test mode.
3. Drag the bottom right corner to resize the bars window to make it large enough for the bars to appear inside it (make sure it isn't locked in setup when doing this).
4. Once you can see the bars in test mode and you have the window positioned and sized correctly, just lock it in place. You can click another mode and then reclick single target mode to make it collapse again.