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9-11-2009 @ 12:15PM
Like it or not... Blizzard has taken a great cost-wise approach to handling UI mods. By having unpaid developers create the tricky UI options for the community, they can save money by not investing nearly as much themselves. For every developer paid by blizzard to develop UI mods, think of the hundreds of 'at-home' 'smalltime' developers who are doing it for free, just to help out other players.Its good to see them keeping their ears open to their developers, and I echo the idea that they should get to tinker with the new Cat UI prerelease so we can enjoy the new game, without being frustrated while exploring the new content :)I can't imagine this game without mods hehe :) Kudos to Blizz, and especially the dev's who make them, for creating a part of this game that really sets it apart!
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