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11-18-2010 @ 1:18PM
It's not just the customization. The entire UI lacks a lot of functionality, and the thing is once you start putting other addons in there like MSBT, DBM, recount, Omen, things just don't add up really well.I don't want to bag on tuk/elv, but I do want to point out its limitations. It is an excellent addon if you are severely limited by system resources, want a complete UI overhaul over the default blizzard one, or just like the style of how it's pictured. But it is certainly not friendly to information intake, to recognizability of the status of yourself or players around you, and it is not friendly to additional addons or modding itself.In terms of customization, the last time I checked (which was a few days ago), there was no simple in-game way to resize, hide, or move the action bars. If I have to download another addon just to allow me to get those options, then what that is doing is taking a "simple" ui and making it more complex.And actually, looking at the raid interface on wowinterface, tbh, it's not minimalistic in terms of screen real estate at all. http://s.wowinterface.com/preview/pvw45408.jpg
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