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2-16-2010 @ 12:29PM
Nice UI for a Blind: Big buttons and Big vital informationAs for me, my case is desesperate... I use around 55 addons ( UI, Castbars, Targets CD's, Arena frames, Mage procs watcher, Raid frames, Healing (Vuhdo in my case), RP addons (for my port casts, always nice to have a random chuck norris joke pop in your face ;), auto-selling junk, Autionner, Raid "must-have" addons (Omen, DBM and such), boss strats all mocroed in an addon for explaining fights (saves time), SCT, Actions bars, Decursive, Bagnon, and some others i cant remember.Yes, trying to put all these addon in a minimalist UI was a real Pain, but i've done it and im quite proud (still have a problem, Ekano's buff bars dont filter Boss debuffs... in 25 mans, it all adds up and fills my screen, if anyone can give me advices, its apreciated)Maybe i'll try and submit mine, looks nice
2-16-2010 @ 12:37PM
Also, forgot to add, playing at 1280x1024WTB edit button
2-16-2010 @ 3:49PM
You can blacklist any specific buff or debuff. You would have to manually set it, and make sure the debuff in elkano's is spelled exactly how the debuff is, but yeah, just go to the blacklist option under your debuffs and type in the individual debuffs you want to filter out.
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