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5-11-2010 @ 5:17PM
I have all of my most common spells/abilities key bound, but I still need to see them. Am I the only one. I'd love to go to a minimalist setup like this, I just can't play without a ton of visible buttons.
5-11-2010 @ 5:59PM
I'm too afraid to hide buttons as well, as I worry that if I do, I will start to confuse spells between specs and characters. However, I don't have everything keybound yet, that's still a work in progress.
5-12-2010 @ 5:27AM
I'm much the same.. It's one reason I also can't use extensive click cast mapping when I heal.So I ended up with this as my UI:http://img717.imageshack.us/img717/7113/wowscrnshot041910154301.jpgIt's been changed a little since that Screenie was taken, but the layout is the same. The main difference between that one and my current one is that my unit frames are now entirely Stuf, with Stuf Raid having replaced Vuhdo as i found it much easier to edit and display what information I wanted, and where.
5-12-2010 @ 8:28AM
@Ahoni: Opie is your friend. It allows you to bind anything non-essential to a pop-up menu. Without it I wouldn't be able to run my super-minimal UI.
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