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12-23-2010 @ 3:27PM
My top addons:1) Baggins - Best bag addon ever. It takes a bit of know how to setup by it will organize your bags into categories and automatically sort them for you. Check it out2) Stuf UI - Very customizable unit frame mod. I used Discord Unit Frames for years until it finally died. Stuf was the perfect replacement and allows me to do everything I want such as 3D models and Vertical bars.3) Macaroon - Bar addon. I love Macaroon because of how much control I have over everything. You can do paged bars, stance bars, pet bars, everything! you can put each button into a different state such as action, macro, or pet. You can have as many bars as you want with as few or as many buttons as you want on each. This one's home page in on wowinterface.com
12-23-2010 @ 5:00PM
+1 for Stuf, +1000000 for Baggins. The bag/category options are so powerful that my bags really became set & forget throughout Wrath. When Cata dropped, I was able to make a bank bag for all my Wrath gear and tell it not to "open with all bags".... Poof! All the clutter was gone from my bank! I love that addon so much!As for the bar addon, *cough* I use Dominos. I guess they're all about the same though. :P
12-23-2010 @ 5:21PM
I have tried dominos, bartender, and many others. If you like fully customizable and powerful macaroon is the way to go. I used to use Dominos predecessor (can't remember the name) but they dumbed down dominos too much for my liking.
12-23-2010 @ 5:23PM
Macaroon also allows for status bars, bag bars, and your menu bar. Status bars give you things like your XP bar, breathing bar, and fatigued bar. Also cast bars can be made as well all though I use Ice hud for that.
12-23-2010 @ 7:41PM
I've been working with Dominos/Stuf/Bagnon, but I might give Macaroon a try, as I've heard good things about it.
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