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3-09-2010 @ 6:32PM
Thanks for the feedback guys.For anyone interested in some higher resolution pics or if you want to download it i have my addon uploaded on WoW Interface:http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info15013-KussiesUIv4.htmlAfter i submitted this i have started to tweak and change it a bit more but it's kind of morphed into a semi new ui project which i am debating on whether to continue ahead with or just further enhancing this one. I'll be updating the addon on wowinterface sometime this week to include some the changes i have made, such as removing numerous rarely used addons and some screen clutter and some other minor changes i've done.I was never actually happy with the unit or raid frames in it's current form, the raid frames just sort of sit to the left and feel rather disjointed from the rest UI and i could never a good position for unit frames, i eventually settled on the middle since thats where my eyes and my focus is a majority of the time so it worked at the time. As for my new UI project it's still heavy under construction and messing around with a lot so it is rather messy. But here are some pics thus far:http://i46.tinypic.com/f2ldlf.jpghttp://i48.tinypic.com/nwhifd.jpgA lot has change and most of the unit, party and raid frames still a slightly modified version of my previous layout and i still have to give them a make over. With that said, i'm not finding the unit frames at the top of the UI being all that helpful or functional, though I may be a bit too used to having torwards the bottom. The only thing i really consider completed so far is the chat box, action bar box and cast bar/forte. Even then i have tweaked it a little more since I took those screenies. But as i was saying I'm currently debating on whether to add some of the enhancements/changes to the existing ui or continue working on it as an entirely new ui.
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