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3-09-2010 @ 3:58PM
I like it its a very nice clean UI. Although I have to say I've never understood why people ruin (to my mind) a perfectly nice minimalist UI by putting their unit frames so high up in the middle of the screen. For me a UI should fill no more than the bottom fifth of your screen. After all, the point of a minimalist UI is that you can see more of the game... right?Anyways, kudos on a cool UI.thebarrenschat.wordpress.com
3-09-2010 @ 7:07PM
I run a reasonably minimalist UI (more than what's in this one, but still as little as humanly possible for me), and I tend to keep my unit frames towards the center simply because that's where I'm looking most often. Instead of looking down towards the bottom of my screen to see my health or mana, I look towards the left of where my character stands. I can keep my eyes on the center of the screen to avoid incoming aoe (DnD on Lady Deathwhisper, Defile on Arthas, etc), instead of looking down and potentially causing a problem because my attention wasn't focused on the area around me.
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