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11-18-2010 @ 4:17PM
@Pyromelter: I can't speak for ElvUI (I don't like the look of it either - it's too bulky for me), but Tuk is much easier to configure, you can supplement it with add-ons for any information that you might require.I've never said Elv was minimalistic - I was speaking about its base, TukUI. (Frankly, the only way I am going to try this out is if I can get all of its extra features to look exactly like base Tuk. This edit is not my version of minimalistic; however, Tuk fit's the bill.) What information are you unable to get from base TukUI that you would have, when and where you want, in a default UI, without evoking another addon?You're absolutely right about one thing - if this UI suite doesn't do it for you, find something else or code a variant of your own. Yeah, it's got shortcomings, but if you require low usage or like the screen real estate (at least on TukUI) or whatever, it's fine. You seem to be implying that this UI has poor configuration and is too bulky to be used. All of which can be overcome with a bit of research, if someone likes the aesthetics of the thing, and use addons or edit lua to make their changes. For an out of the box UI replacement, I don't think it's too bad. One can manage just fine with the configuration options available, and by using your stock addons.
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