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8-06-2009 @ 4:17PM
One of the more challenging aspects of UI customization is attempting to make the interface feel seamless when switching between characters. When you're an altaholic like I am, that's important; it lets you focus on your character's class instead of having to re-learn a different interface layout for each alt.
8-06-2009 @ 4:50PM
I agree about having an interface that works across multiple alts/classes. That's one of my biggest issues. As it is I use Healbot for a lot of things that I doubt it was originally intended for. It serves the purpose well enough when my paladin is spec'd Holy. For my mage it serves up Mana Strudels and Heavy Frostweave Bandages with a Remove Curse here and there. The interface is located in the same place across all of my alts, but serves various functions depending on the class I'm playing.
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