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11-04-2010 @ 11:10AM
Tukui is also great!
11-04-2010 @ 11:35AM
11-04-2010 @ 11:57AM
Another vote for TukUI, one of the best out there, and it was updated even before 4.0 launch.
11-04-2010 @ 12:11PM
I prefer a TUKUI derivative, Elv's UI http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info17749-ElvsUI.html - that is for TUKUI-related UIs.Been a fan of LUI since v2, love it to pieces, best UI I ever had. Although I used Elv's UI when LUI broke with 4.0.1 until he finally fixed it with 3.03Can't wait for LUI v4, gonna be awesome, if you remember the jump from v2 to v3. It's gonna be legen- wait for it...... - dary!Thx for the info on the RealUI though. Don't think I'm gonna use it but I've been wondering what this player/target-frame UI mod is, for a long time after seeing it one some screenshots.
11-04-2010 @ 1:04PM
I agree, I use TukUI and really like it.Good support, easy to edit. I like the two layout option (/heal for healers - yay grid!- , /dps for kill'n things.)For those who want to see what it looks like, here are a couple of screenshots (/heal screenshots coming soon(tm) ).http://www.flickr.com/photos/tanisawowCheers,T.
11-04-2010 @ 1:12PM
The problem I have with tukui (and any one that works like it) is that you cannot customize the interface while in-game, and have to either grab additions from forums and websites, or you have to do your own lua.I'll stick with dominos where all I gotta do is type /dom config if I want to modify my action bars.
11-04-2010 @ 2:06PM
Actually you CAN customize Tukui from in game. Have you even bothered to read the updates?
11-04-2010 @ 4:47PM
I didn't realize that tuk allowed you to do that now. When I tried tuk, there was no in-game modification settings, and couldn't be bothered to modify it with lua outside the game (which seemed silly to me). So I built my own interface, and haven't been in the market for an interface overhaul. I might give it a go on my laptop though, now that I know about it.
11-04-2010 @ 5:02PM
Yes Pyro, you can now do in-game setup with TukUI. You do, however, have to download the configurator and install it like a plugin. Once that's done, simply /tukui in game and you're off to the races.I still edit the lua myself as it had more options and allow me to customize it further.Cheers,T.
11-04-2010 @ 5:05PM
aaarg... darn no-edit-button...You can also alt-tab out and edit a lua file, then reload the UI (I usually switch between /heal and /dps) to see your changes.Cheers,T.
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